MM Model FAQs

View previous topic View next topic Go down

MM Model FAQs

Post by LloydK on Wed Nov 02, 2016 11:50 pm

PLAN
(My initial plan is to get good definitions listed of all terms in MM's  model, and eventually get simulations or diagrams for each object or term.)

INVITATION
(Everyone feel free to suggest what MM terms should be explained here. I can revise this and other posts any time, so it doesn't matter if it's sloppy or incomplete for a while. It's a work in progress. I guess we should only cover terms that aren't explained well in the mainstream, so terms like these we don't need to address, I suppose: time, length, volume, density, velocity, acceleration, force, momentum, angular momentum. energy, power, work, etc? Below are some terms I can think of to begin with. What should be added to the list?)

FAQs
Light: is photons of any size on the EM spectrum, from gamma rays to x-rays to ultraviolet to visible light to infrared to microwaves to radio waves and perhaps longer waves as well.
- Translational Velocity of Light is c.
- Spin Velocity of Light is c?

EM Spectrum: is the range of photons listed under Light above. EM typically means electromagnetism.

EM Radiation: is Gamma Rays, X-rays, UV, Visible Light, IR, Microwaves, Radio Waves and possibly longer waves.

Foundational EM Field: is the field of photons and antiphotons of all sizes in any given location, which motivates the ionic EM field, where ions are present.

Ionic EM Field: is the field of ions in any given location where ions are present.

Electricity: is work done on a load by photon translational forces.

Magnetism: is work done on a load by coherent photon spins.

Electromagnetism: is work done on a load by electric and magnetic forces.

Electric Discharge: is high velocity movement of a stream of electrons "recombining", i.e. neutralizing, with protons.

Charge Neutrality: is the state of an atom or molecule that emits little charge.

Charge: is photon pressure, or photon streams emitted by subatomic particles.

Gravity: is apparent attraction between all mass volumes, due either to expansion of mass volumes, or to universe spin, or possibly some kind of aetheric pressure.

Aether: is a term not used in the MM model, but may be thought of as the field of photons and possibly subphotons.

Heat: is infrared photons.

Photon: is the building block of all matter in the universe; it is a particle of a fundamental mass and radius, or a multiple thereof, according to the number of gyroscopic stacked spins thereof.

B-photon: is a fundamental bombarding photon, having few stacked spins.

Antiphoton: is a photon with the reverse outer spin of Earth's predominant photon.

Virtual Photon: is a mathematical symbol for an imaginary zero-mass, zero-radius photon in mainstream science.

Photon Spin: is the spin of a fundamental photon, or the spin of the gyroscopic layers of a photon.

Stacked Spins: are gyroscopic paths in shells of a photon's fundamental particle motion.

Spin-level:
A-spin: is the axial spin of a fundamental photon particle.

X-spin: is the spin of the photon particle around a point on its surface, perpendicular to the translational motion.

Y-spin: is the spin of the x-spin photon around a point on its surface, perpendicular to the x-spin.

Z-spin: is the spin of the y-spin photon around a point on its surface, perpendicular to the y-spin.

Gyroscopic Effect: is the tendency of a photon in collision to spin around a point on its surface after collision.

Mass: is the cause of momentum and inertia.

Charge: is the emission of photons from subatomic particles.

Through Charge: is the emission of photons entering one pole and leaving the other of a subatomic particle.

Equatorial Charge: is the emission of photons from the equatorial region of a subatomic particle, due to centrifugal force on the emitted photons after entering the poles.

Charge Channel: is a path that a stream of photons follows through the nucleons of an ion, atom, or molecule.

Charge Stream: is the photons moving through a charge channel.

Ambient Charge Field: is the field of photons at any given location.

Electric Field: is the translational motion of any ambient charge field, whether or not an ion field exists there.

Magnetic Field: is the orthogonal spin motion of any ambient charge field, whether or not an ion field exists there.

Ion Field: is the field of ions at a given location, where ions are present.

Recycling: is the movement of photons into and out of subatomic particles.

Emission: is the movement of photons out of subatomic particles.

Reception: is the movement of photons into subatomic particles.

Axis: is the diameter of a subatomic particle around which it spins.

Pole: is one of the two areas on the subatomic particle surface that intersects the spin axis, where ambient field photons enter and in case of neutrons and nectrons exit.

Equator: is the circumference of the subatomic particle surface 90 degrees from each pole, where photons largely exit in the case of protons and electrons.

Carousel: is the square arrangement of four protons around the axis protons.

( definition, diameter, mass, velocity, density, wavelength, frequency, list:)

Subatomic Particles: are electrons, positrons, nectrons, protons, antiprotons, and neutrons.

Electron: is the smallest subatomic particle too large to reach the speed of light; it has 4 spin levels above a certain photon size; its mass is ___; its radius is ___; it exists in 4 different forms ___<mag paper.

Proton: is the primary subatomic particle responsible for charge; it emits 19.19 times its own mass per second; it is 4 spin levels above the size of an electron; its mass is 1821 times the mass of the electron, which comes to ___; its radius is 4 times the radius of the electron, which comes to ___; it exists in 8 different forms ___<mag paper.

Neutron: is a less charged subatomic particle than the proton; in larger atoms it can attain 0.667 the charge of the proton ___<recent forum post; its outer spin is reverse that of the proton, causing it to block its equatorial emission; its radius is the same as the proton, i.e. ___; its mass is ___.

Nectron: is an electron with outer spin reverse that of full charge electrons, causing it to block its equatorial emission; its radius is the same as the electron, i.e. ___; its mass is ___.

Positron: is an electron that emits mostly antiphotons, instead of photons.

Antiproton: is a proton that emits mostly antiphotons, instead of photons.

Neutrino:
is a field wave of four x-spinning electrons in the ambient field of photons;
and is not an indivisible particle ( http://milesmathis.com/evo.pdf ).

Nucleon: is a proton or neutron in an atomic or ionic nucleus.

Nucleus: is the framework of an atom or ion, containing protons and usually neutrons.

Ion: is an atom with missing or excessive electrons.

Atom: is an individual unit of an element, having equal numbers of protons and electrons and often a larger number of neutrons.

Element: is a basic unit of matter that has characteristic chemical behaviors.
Periodic Table of Elements:

Molecule: is a group of atoms bound together by charge streams.

Alpha: is an alpha particle, or helium nucleus, two protons and two neutrons.
-- definition, diameter, mass, velocity, density, wavelength, frequency, list

ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE AND THE CHARGE FIELD at http://milesmathis.com/atmo.html
Ions are charged atoms with an unbalance of protons and electrons that are radiating photons.
Molecules do not radiate many photons, and this is because the electrons in the shells are blocking radiation from the nuclei. Molecules are mostly neutral, as we know, so few photons are escaping the electron/proton exchange. But with ions, this is not the case. I have shown that electrons also emit the charge field, so negative ions will be creating a charge field, not just positive ions. Both negative and positive ions are emitting a positive, real, bombarding field of photons.

CBR, or Cosmic Background Radiation: is a mostly infrared ambient field in space.

Relativity
Quantum Mechanics
Quantum Electrodynamics
Quantum -- definition, diameter, mass, velocity, density, wavelength, frequency, list

Unified Field Equations: are equations that show the mathematical relationships between the ambient charge field and the gravitational field.
List of UFT Equations: the law of universal gravitation;

Dalton: is the ratio between electron and proton masses, viz. 1/1821.
List, Sublist, Superlist
Conductor
Insulator
Magnet
Magnetic
Wifi
Kinetic Pi
Static Pi
Constant

What other terms should we include?

LloydK

Posts : 400
Join date : 2014-08-10

View user profile

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum