Part I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
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:
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.
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.