Monday, September 6, 2010

Lattice Interactions, Part VI



In Part V, I argued against the relativistic explanation for the magnetic field generated by a moving charged particle. I explained that, since neutral particles can have a magnetic field, it follows that the magnetic and charged components of a particle are two independent properties and not the single unified phenomenon that the physics community has brainwashed itself into believing. I also argued against the fractional charge quark hypothesis. In this post, I explain why a particle must move in at least one of the three familiar dimensions in order to generate a magnetic field. Please read the previous installments.


I think it's important that I make my position on electromagnetism even clearer than I already have. I maintain that, contrary to the claims of the physics community, especially the relativity camp, it is not the electric component of a charged particle that generates its magnetic field. Although it may be true that a magnetic particle must also have an electric component (although I have doubts about it, I think an electric face might be required for motion in the fourth dimension), it is not true that an electrically charged particle must have a magnetic component, nor is it true that the magnetic field of a neutral particle is due to the electric charge of its component particles.

Faces and Jumps

To return to the topic of how magnetic fields are generated, consider that it is not any kind of motion that causes a particle to generate a magnetic field. Even though all normal matter particles, including electrons, are moving in the fourth dimension at c, an electron does not generate a magnetic field unless it is also moving in one or more of the three familiar spatial dimensions. The question is, why? I mean, we know that, as an electron moves in the fourth dimension, it does not interact with the magnetic seraphim that exist at every point in the lattice. We know this because a stationary electron does not generate a magnetic field.
It seems to me that there must exist some law or principle that prevents a normal particle from interacting with a seraph unless the particle is moving in the same dimension associated with the seraph's face. Can motion happen in more than one direction/face/dimension at a time? I don't think so and here is why. Notice that Ezekiel was very careful in his description of cherubim motion:
Ezekiel 1:12. Each one went straight ahead. Wherever the spirit would go, they would go, without turning as they went.
Later, in verse 17, he describes how the wheels move:
As they moved, they would go in any one of the four directions the creatures faced; the wheels did not turn about [d] as the creatures went.
As explained at the given link, the phrase turn about can also be translated as turn aside. This certainly sounds like the creatures and their wheels can move in only one of the four dimensions at a time. This would neatly explain how a moving particle generates a magnetic field: when it makes a jump, it interacts only with the seraph whose face corresponds with the direction/dimension in which it is moving. However, the problem with this restricted motion is that, since a particle is always moving in the fourth dimension at c, there would be no time left for any normal 3-D motion if all jumps have to happen sequentially. The reason is that, when a particle is moving at c, there can be no wait periods between the jumps. (see Physics, the Problem With Motion for more on discrete jumps). It would seem that a normal spatial jump should happen simultaneously with a fourth-dimensional jump but Ezekiel's text does not allow it. This is problematic. I'll continue my investigation in Part VII.

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