Neutron Decay
Proton Stability
We also have an explanation for matter expulsion in a highly charged electric field such as may have happened in the past (and may be about to happen again with the red spot on Jupiter). Under very high electrical stress, the local aether will be full of highly charge imprinted neutrinos which could result in the size limit for a proton being reduced enough to create instability. If the electrical stress is high enough, it will seek to maintain stability by reducing in size – ejecting electrons and positrons which then recombine by mutual attraction and together with photon condensation, if conditions permit, to form new stable atoms. All the protons will be smaller in such a charged environment and, again, we can therefore expect that new stars and planets, born out of hugely charged electrical fields, may well have smaller protons consistent with the prevailing electrical conditions.
Ejection of Matter
Gamma rays are known to transform into positrons and electrons when in a highly charged field. These positrons and electrons form clusters and continued photon condensation then leads to the assembly of protons and atoms as previously described.
Creation of matter
Protons start off small in the high energy electric fields in which they are ‘manufactured’ and then grow in size as the electric field environment decreases but whilst there is still an appreciable flux density of gamma rays present. As the z-pinch electric field decreases to a point where gamma rays are no longer being produced, or neutrinos are not sufficiently highly charge imprinted to trigger them, the process effectively ceases. Protons which are outside this high field, high gamma ray environment, such as throughout our galaxy, will therefore all have similar sized large and stable protons. Because they start off small and then grow as the electric field which created them dissipates, the size of protons in the cosmos is likely to be an indication of their age.
This means that all matter is created from photons in a powerful electric field and it explains how the z-pinch areas of interstellar electrical fields give rise to the formation of matter such as new stars and planets.
This is happening as an ongoing process throughout the universe wherever gamma rays and sufficiently highly charged electric fields exist.
Neutron Decay
Proton Stability
We also have an explanation for matter expulsion in a highly charged electric field such as may have happened in the past (and may be about to happen again with the red spot on Jupiter). Under very high electrical stress, the local aether will be full of highly charge imprinted neutrinos which could result in the size limit for a proton being reduced enough to create instability. If the electrical stress is high enough, it will seek to maintain stability by reducing in size – ejecting electrons and positrons which then recombine by mutual attraction and together with photon condensation, if conditions permit, to form new stable atoms. All the protons will be smaller in such a charged environment and, again, we can therefore expect that new stars and planets, born out of hugely charged electrical fields, may well have smaller protons consistent with the prevailing electrical conditions.
Ejection of Matter
Gamma rays are known to transform into positrons and electrons when in a highly charged field. These positrons and electrons form clusters and continued photon condensation then leads to the assembly of protons and atoms as previously described.
Creation of matter
Protons start off small in the high energy electric fields in which they are ‘manufactured’ and then grow in size as the electric field environment decreases but whilst there is still an appreciable flux density of gamma rays present. As the z-pinch electric field decreases to a point where gamma rays are no longer being produced, or neutrinos are not sufficiently highly charge imprinted to trigger them, the process effectively ceases. Protons which are outside this high field, high gamma ray environment, such as throughout our galaxy, will therefore all have similar sized large and stable protons. Because they start off small and then grow as the electric field which created them dissipates, the size of protons in the cosmos is likely to be an indication of their age.
This means that all matter is created from photons in a powerful electric field and it explains how the z-pinch areas of interstellar electrical fields give rise to the formation of matter such as new stars and planets.
This is happening as an ongoing process throughout the universe wherever gamma rays and sufficiently highly charged electric fields exist.
Neutron Decay
Proton Stability
We also have an explanation for matter expulsion in a highly charged electric field such as may have happened in the past (and may be about to happen again with the red spot on Jupiter). Under very high electrical stress, the local aether will be full of highly charge imprinted neutrinos which could result in the size limit for a proton being reduced enough to create instability. If the electrical stress is high enough, it will seek to maintain stability by reducing in size – ejecting electrons and positrons which then recombine by mutual attraction and together with photon condensation, if conditions permit, to form new stable atoms. All the protons will be smaller in such a charged environment and, again, we can therefore expect that new stars and planets, born out of hugely charged electrical fields, may well have smaller protons consistent with the prevailing electrical conditions.
Ejection of Matter
Gamma rays are known to transform into positrons and electrons when in a highly charged field. These positrons and electrons form clusters and continued photon condensation then leads to the assembly of protons and atoms as previously described.
Creation of matter
Protons start off small in the high energy electric fields in which they are ‘manufactured’ and then grow in size as the electric field environment decreases but whilst there is still an appreciable flux density of gamma rays present. As the z- pinch electric field decreases to a point where gamma rays are no longer being produced, or neutrinos are not sufficiently highly charge imprinted to trigger them, the process effectively ceases. Protons which are outside this high field, high gamma ray environment, such as throughout our galaxy, will therefore all have similar sized large and stable protons. Because they start off small and then grow as the electric field which created them dissipates, the size of protons in the cosmos is likely to be an indication of their age.
This means that all matter is created from photons in a powerful electric field and it explains how the z-pinch areas of interstellar electrical fields give rise to the formation of matter such as new stars and planets.
This is happening as an ongoing process throughout the universe wherever gamma rays and sufficiently highly charged electric fields exist.