TORONICS by D.Levi Wing
by, 11-21-2006 at 04:13 PM (4835 Views)
Before we can enter into the concepts of physical characteristics of Torons and the more advanced structures, we need to acquire an understanding of waves and their properties and interactions.
What are electromagnetic waves? Waves have common behavior characteristics that experience reflection, refraction, diffraction, interference, dispersion, and linear propagation.
Reflection is a change in the direction of a wave after striking a surface.
Refraction is the change of direction of a wave as it passes from one medium into another.
Diffraction is the spreading out of waves in a conical or spherical pattern.
Interference is the differential phenomena of summation of in phase and difference when out of phase of waves at the interface of contact.
Dispersion is the separation of waves according to their frequency.
Linear propagation is the movement of waves in straight lines.
We also have two types of waves called transverse waves and longitudinal waves.
Transverse waves produce vibrations perpendicular to the direction of the wave's travel; examples are the waves produced by shaking a rope up and down with a small forward an back motion. The loop of the rope appears to travel from you to the other end of the rope with the loop perpendicular to the ground.
Longitudinal waves produce vibrations along the direction of the wave's travel; examples are sound waves in the air that compress molecules of air momentarily as the wave travels.
When we look into the night sky, we have been lead to believe that what we are seeing or what is entering our eyes, is something that left that star many years earlier. This would mean that light would have to be an object propagated from these stars and traveling through space until it enters our visual senses or one of many scientific instruments. This may indeed be a plausible concept if it were not for Relativity indicating that space itself has physical properties. If space has physical properties, then space is a physical entity or medium; Light, therefore are the vibrations of this substance and not a particle of light or photon moving from place to place. For some unknown reason, scientist of the early twentieth century who proposed this concept, were ignored or unable to provide a functional concept for the medium; thus, complexity, confusion, and chaos has plagued science for over a century.
All waves require a medium:
Albert Einstein deemed it unnecessary and others claim it does not exist. Possibly without knowing it, Einstein developed a mathematical theory that defined the behavior of the fundamental substance of matter in such a chaotic state of vibrating motion that it has defied the scientific methodology for over a century. This state of matter is what's known as "spacetime" by the Relativists and as "Aether" prior to Albert's solution.
Electromagnetic radiation is considered to be transverse type waves that travel without the need of a medium. In reality there is a medium of pseudo unstructured matter that varies its spatial density and promotes waves much like the longitudinal compression waves of air molecules that produce sound waves of different air densities. This would mean that the electromagnetic waves are not truly transverse; Only the electrical and magnetic properties produced by the changing spatial densities are transverse in their nature.
Aether and Matter Waves:
The nature of the Aether is such that at any given instance, a spatial location is expanding and condensing in all spatial directions. The chaotic wave and interference randomization of this fundamental matter is what constitutes the Aether and what is commonly known as space or a vacuum. Unfortunately we have assigned terms like charge, gravity, voltage, and so on as properties depicting types of matter or as space itself. Thus the nature of the Aether has been hidden as a result of it being scaled and accounted for in the mathematical terms of our equations. If we adopt a paradigm of physical interactions between structured matter and Aethereal unstructured matter, it becomes vividly apparent as to the cause-and-effect processes taking place.
Many who have only considered the randomized wave function of matter tend to define all phenomena as only waves. This is predominant in Quantum Theory and M-theory. Though the wave nature of matter follows a proportional relationship to the behavior characteristics of matter, it is only part of the total motion component of any physical system. This has also lead to the many concepts that separate matter and energy as distinct entities. Energy viewed as anything other than the motion state of matter, becomes an obscure and abstract notion that requires complex interpretations.
If we view the universe as a sphere with ultimate boundaries, we can say that the Aether is confined to the boundary limits of this sphere. Since waves have a finite velocity, it requires time to propagate a change over long distances. This results in the Aether lacking what we can call "wave symmetry" where the waves of the universe form a coherent interference pattern. Other than the physical size of the universe, the other disruption to symmetry is the fact that there are other objects in the universe that introduce vibrations of the Aether at all different wavelengths; thus the Aether is chaotic with wave motions and interference patterns.
What would happen if we could confine electromagnetic waves within a perfect sphere the size of a marble with perfect reflecting internal surface? The wavelengths would be limited to the physical dimensions of the marble's diameter and thus only wavelengths smaller than this diameter would exist in the sphere. Due to the physical size of this sphere, waves would be able to interact in almost instantaneous time. This would setup differential interference that would produce a symmetrical pattern within the sphere. This in affect is wave symmetry and the concept of a fundamental unit of structure. The question arises as to what causes waves to be confined within finite volumes?
Angular uniform motion:
We have stated that the bonding property of matter increases as motion becomes uniform. When a quantity of matter acquires spin (uniform angular motion), the volume of matter associated with this spin condenses forming an interface boundary with the surrounding Aethereal matter. This volume of matter now confines the vibrating wavelengths within these boundaries. This boundary forms a surface characteristic that promotes standing waves about and through the object or field.
The photon is one of the most misunderstood concepts in scientific literature. We are often lead to believe this is a particle of radiant energy and given the illusion of it traveling through space. Though this visualization is convenient when explaining various phenomena involving light, it leads to unnecessary confusion. What we refer to as a photon, is the observed measured quantity of energy that is emitted or absorbed by structured matter. Planck showed that this quantity occurs in discrete increments relative to the frequency of the radiation; Einstein coined this as packets of energy and thus the illusion of light as a particle was born again. In a sense, the photon represent the quantity of matter that defines a Toron but does not acquire the angular momentum needed to become autonomous. The photon is the quantity of an Aethereal transverse matter wave and not the particle of light so often proclaimed.
When it is said that energy is absorbed or emitted, we sometimes view this as an interaction that denotes the exchange of matter or the exchange of an entity of energy. The reality is that there is not an exchange of anything. This concept of exchange comes from the notion that the term "mass" is referring to a quantity of matter and that mass and energy are equivalent. These two terms are equivalent only due to the fact that they are two terms that define the same phenomena - the measure of the motion state of matter (mass) and the measure of the change in the motion state of matter (energy). The interactions we call absorption and emission are changes in the distribution of the absolute motion of the autonomous particle matter. If the motion is randomized the particle will expand (decreased self-affinity) and oscillate its diameter. If the interaction results in converting the randomized motion of the particle to uniform motion, the particle will attempt to collapse its matter (increased self-affinity); again resulting in an oscillation of its diameter. Thus, no exchange of any entity, no matter, and no energy. Energy however, remains a mathematical term needed to define this change in the distribution of absolute motion; however a more vivid understanding of the physical interaction taking place will allow us to comprehend and interpret these mathematical and measured terms.
What was describe in the previous paragraph is the fundamental concept of producing coherent light (Laser light). The oscillations of the physical structures produce a common wavelength of vibrations in the substance's spatial Aether and thus produces the effect of a temporary change of the electron's energy state. This coherent vibration is propagated as a wave into the environmental Aethereal matter producing the observed EM wave.