Sunday, August 29, 2010

Lattice Interactions, Part IV



In Part III, I hypothesized that, if electrons have only two faces (quantum spin directions in modern physics), there should exist three types of electrons, each with a different magnetic face. My reasoning is that, if bi-faced electrons were all the same, then they could interact with only half of the lattice particles. Another possibility is that every electron might have four faces, one for electric interactions and three for magnetic interactions. This would insure that they interact with all four types of seraphim in the lattice. In this post, I continue my investigation by examining the concept of the electric charge and, more specifically, how the electric field emerges from a particle's interactions with the lattice. I also introduce an exciting new interpretation of Ezekiel's wheels and the concept of elementary mass. Please read the previous installments before continuing.

Electric Seraphim, Ezekiel's Wheel and Nonlocality

The electric charge of a particle is a measure of the strength of its surrounding electric field. The latter is the result of the particle's motion along the fourth dimension and its repeated interactions with a specific type of lattice particles (electric seraphim or e-seraphim for short). My current understanding is that a huge number of e-seraphim are continually being jettisoned from the points of interaction at various angles. I believe that it is this emission that we observe as the electric field of a charged particle. The orientation of the faces of the emanating e-seraphim depends on whether or not the charged particle is positive or negative. Now, take a look at this diagram of a positron that I borrowed from Wikipedia:
Imagine that the radial arrows represent the paths of the emanating e-seraphim as they move away from the positron. I got to thinking that this is probably what Ezekiel's wheel symbolizes. Ezekiel wrote that the wheels that he saw in the vision were gigantic and it is a fact that the electric field of a charged particle can extend indefinitely. However, what is much more intriguing, from my perspective, is that Ezekiel insisted repeatedly that the spirit of the creatures was in the wheels and that the creatures and their wheels moved in unison.

This is all very exciting but what could it mean? I think it means just what it implies. The electric field that surrounds a charged particle moves with the particle without lagging. That is to say, regardless of how far away an e-seraph has moved from its parent particle, the two retain a nonlocal connection that causes the e-seraph to adjust its movement to reflect any movement of the parent. I think this is a prediction that can be tested in the lab. It won't be easy but I think it can be done. Of course, this squarely contradict's Einstein's dismissal of what he called spooky action at a distance. I may be wrong but, being the incorrigible rebel that I am, I am inclined to go with Ezekiel on this one.

Elementary Mass?

Here is a question that has intrigued me for a long time. Why is it that the absolute magnitude of the electric charge is the same for all charged particles regardless of their mass? For example, the proton is more than a thousand times more massive than the electron and yet the strengths of their electric fields are equal. From my perspective, this makes very little sense. The reason is that the magnitude or intensity of the electric field of a charged particle depends on the energetic level of its interactions with the lattice. Remember that every particle of normal matter is moving at the speed of light in the fourth dimension. Light speed motion requires that the total energy of the particle must be involved in every interaction with the lattice and that it must interact with a lattice particle of equal energy. Recently, it occurred to me that the mass of every truly elementary charged particle must be equal to the mass of the electron. This must mean that any charged particle that is more massive than the electron must be a composite particle. I think that this is one of the messages that Ezekiel's vision of the four creatures is trying to convey. I will return to this topic in my next post.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Lattice Interactions, Part III



In Part II, I wrote about Ezekiel's vision of strange symbolic creatures called cherubim. I wrote that cherubim represent normal matter particles and I gave a rundown of the various symbols and metaphors associated with seraphim and cherubim. In this post, I examine the electron in the light of my current interpretation of the ancient symbols. I also argue that there might be three types of electrons and that a positron is really an electron with a flipped orientation.

Why I Think that There Might Be Three Types of Electrons

Physicists tell us that the electron is a point particle and that it has several properties such as mass, charge and spin angular momentum. Spin is responsible for the electron's magnetic properties. We are told that the electron is a spin 1/2 particle meaning that its has two spin states or directions, +z and -z. Let us ignore the angular momentum nonsense (particles do not really spin) for now and suppose that the electron's spin is just a discrete property corresponding to its absolute, discrete direction. My hypothesis is that the scriptural symbol used for a particle's direction is the face and that a face can have one of two orientations, forward or backward. This would suggest that an electron has only one face and two possible orientations. However, I have good reasons to suppose that an electron has at least two faces, one for magnetic interactions and one for electric interactions (see paragraph below). Let's call them the magnetic face and the electric face for now.
As I wrote elsewhere, one of the four seraphim that comprise the lattice is associated with the electric charge while the other three are responsible for magnetic phenomena. The problem is that, if the electron only has one magnetic face, it can interact with only one of the magnetic seraphim in the lattice. This may not really be a problem but somehow I find it hard to believe that one half of the lattice is unused. I would seem that there should be three types of electrons. I'll get back to this important topic in an upcoming post.

The Real Difference Between Electrons and Positrons

As I mentioned above, an electron apparently has two faces, a magnetic face and an electric face, each of which has two possible orientations. What this means is that a positron is just an electron whose electric face is oriented in the opposite direction. In Part IV, I'll explore the finer details of electron/lattice interactions and electric fields in the light of the properties I have described so far.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Lattice Interactions, Part II



Physics is about particles, their properties and their interactions. Everything else (distance, space, time, etc.) is either abstract or voodoo. In order for two particles to interact, they must have at least one property in common. In this post, I explain the meaning of the symbolic properties described in the ancient texts in greater detail and I examine the dubious concept of spin angular momentum. Please read Part I before continuing.

Cherubim, Seraphim and Their Strange Properties

About two and a half thousands years ago, an Israelite priest named Ezekiel described a vision in which he saw four cherubim (living creatures) each having a body, four faces, four wings, feet and hands. Ezekiel also wrote that he saw what appeared to be gigantic wheels next to the living creatures and that they had the appearance of wheels within wheels. Many have speculated that Ezekiel may have been observing extraterrestrials and their flying saucers. However, it does not take a genius to realize that Ezekiel's vision is purely symbolic. My current understanding is that Ezekiel's creatures and wheels were metaphors for an idealized or special type of composite particle and its properties. Elsewhere in the same book, Ezekiel describes another type of cherubim having only two faces. So obviously, just as there are several types of seraphim with their properties, there are also several types of cherubim with their own sets of properties.

The books of Isaiah and Revelation use symbols such as wings, faces, eyes and feet in connection with seraphim. Ezekiel's cherubim have additional properties such as bodies and hands. What follows below is a quick rundown of the symbols that I have decoded so far and what I think they represent.  (Please note that I am just a researcher and that I don't have a complete understanding of all the metaphors. One of my goals is to create a research institute whose purpose is to fully unravel all these mysteries. That will take money, but that's another topic.)
  • Sea of Glass. Both Ezekiel and the book of Revelation mention an immense crystal-like sea of glass. This is what I refer to as the lattice proper. Its primary function is to provide the energy needed to sustain motion. There can be no motion without the lattice because particles move in the lattice only by interacting with the seraphim. In turn, the interactions give rise to electric and magnetic phenomena.
  • Throne. Apparently, there is some sort of authority or central principle, if you will, that gives meaning to all properties and determines how they interact.
  • Seraphim. These are the energetic particles that comprise the lattice. There are four types of seraphim, each of which is associated with one of the four dimensions. Seraphim are originally at absolute rest. However, once dislodged via an interaction with another particle, they immediately begin to move at the speed of light by interacting with other seraphim. My current understanding is that one type of seraphim is associated with electric interactions and the other three with magnetic interactions.
  • Face. The face is the particle's orientation with respect to the four dimensions. A particle can have up to four faces, one for each dimension. A seraph only has a single face. Furthermore, a face can have either of two orientations, forward or backward.
  • Wing. The wing is one of four possible types of energy that a particle can have, the others being the body, the feet and the hands (see below). It is similar to what physicists call kinetic energy. Every particle must have wings in order to move in the lattice. Every wing is associated with one of the four dimensions and can be either positive or negative. Therefore, a non-composite particle can have up to eight wings.
  • Body. This is what physicists normally refer to as matter or mass but, in reality, it's just another form of energy. What is important to note here is that energy can be transfered from the body into the wings and vice versa. That's assuming, of course, that the particle has a body in the first place.
  • Feet. This property is apparently used to force all matter particles to move in the fourth dimension at the speed of light. This property is essential to my gravity hypothesis.
  • Hands. Hands are associated with grabbing behavior. It seems that composite matter particles need some mechanism to keep them from moving apart. This is probably related to what physicists refer to as the strong nuclear force.
  • Eyes. Eyes are normally associated with sensing at a distance. Having many eyes is a way of saying that one has the ability to sense what's going on around oneself without actually being there. I liken it to what quantum physicists call nonlocality.
  • Wheels. My current understanding of the wheel is that it represents the sphere of energetic influence that every particle seem to have on every other particle. This is not unlike what physicists call the wave function of a particle. Note that I am still debating in my mind the full meaning of Ezekiel's wheels. I will have more to say about them in a future article. And no, they are not flying saucers or chariots of the gods or alien spacecrafts or what not.
They Turned Not as They Moved

One of the things about particle physics that has always bothered me is the concept of quantum angular momentum otherwise known as the spin of a particle. It's obviously a bogus idea since a sizeless point particle cannot possibly have an angular momentum. Besides, angular momentum assumes the existence of continuity, a bogus concept. So I was immediately struck with a sense of excitement and joy when I read that Ezekiel's allegorical creatures moved straight forward and turned not as they moved. That's when I became totally convinced that I was onto something. One of the questions that I have asked myself is, which of the properties of cherubim and seraphim correspond to what physicists call spin and charge? Based on the known behavior of normal matter particles, it is not too hard to deduce which properties they have in common with lattice particles and which correspond to the ancient scriptural metaphors I listed above. This will the subject of my next post in this series when I discuss the electron, its charge polarity and its magnetic spin.

Thursday, August 19, 2010


Sorry about the delay. I have been busy with all sorts of mundane but important things in the last few days. Hopefully, I'll find some time to post Part II of Lattice Interactions this coming weekend. I know that some of you are impatiently waiting for it. As a preview of what's coming, let me say that I will have something to say about the electron and its so-called magnetic "spin" and how it interacts with the lattice. Hang in there.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Lattice Interactions, Part I



In Physics: The Problem with Motion, I showed why the causality of motion leads to the inevitable conclusion that normal matter is immersed in an immense lattice of energetic particles. I argued that the motion of a particle is sustained by a series of interactions with lattice particles. I also explained why the lattice has four dimensions and why the entire visible universe must be moving at the speed of light in one of the four dimensions. In this multi-part article, I would like to delve further into the details of lattice interactions. A thorough grasp of lattice interactions is a prerequisite to understanding electric and magnetic phenomena. Knowing how normal matter interact with lattice particles is also essential to our eventual exploitation of the lattice for propulsion and energy production.


The interactions of matter with the lattice account for all observed electric and magnetic phenomena. They are also indirectly responsible for gravity (See my gravity hypothesis for more on this topic). Please note that my understanding of lattice interactions comes from applying simple deductive logic to my current knowledge of seraphim and their properties. I obtained my knowledge of the properties of seraphim (see explanation below) from my interpretation of a few ancient metaphorical texts contained in the books of Revelation, Ezekiel and Isaiah. In the years prior to my discovery of the meaning of the metaphors, my physics research (I was looking for a plausible explanation of gravity) had come to a standstill. There were just too many variables to consider and, had I not made the discovery, a thousand years of diligent search would not have been enough to unravel the mechanics of it all.

Please refer to the symbolic diagram below while reading the rest of this article. I have retained the use of some of the ancient symbols because I find them rather appropriate and descriptive of the particles and properties they represent. Note that the diagram is for illustration purposes only and in no way implies that particles have either extent or actual faces and wings. These symbols are part of an ancient naming convention that makes it easy for us humans to talk about the physical properties of point particles.

The lattice contains four types of particles called seraphim. Seraphim is the plural of seraph, a Hebrew word usually translated as the burning or shining one. There is a huge number of seraphim located at every discrete position of the lattice, one for every possible energy level. Each seraph has a single face which corresponds to its type. Each face is associated with one of four dimensions and represents the absolute orientation of the particle. Each lattice particle is thus polarized and can face in two possible directions, forward or backward.

Every seraph has six wings and each wing is associated with one of the six possible directions of normal 3-D space, that is, two directions for each of the three dimensions. A particle's wings are used for normal 3-D motion in the lattice. Seraphim also have feet (not shown in the diagram) but, unlike normal matter particles, they have no body (mass). Feet are required for motion in the fourth dimension at the speed of light. The main difference between feet and wings is that motion associated with wings can be stopped or modified whereas motion associated with feet cannot be stopped or changed. This distinction is one of the keys to understanding gravity.

Coming up

In Part II, I will describe the various intrinsic properties of the interacting particles in greater detail. In the meantime, please read Physics: The Problem with Motion and Understanding the Lattice.