Dipoles
The molecular arrangement of protons and electrons in all molecules will mean that there is a varying flux of positive and negative i-neutrinos within and around them. The specific structure will define whether a molecule may be more positive or negative at one end than the other or perhaps more in the centre than at the ends. In an electrical field, there will therefore be a different degree of attractive or repulsive force on these areas which will, to a lesser or greater extent depending on the material, distort or orient the molecules within the material. By way of illustration:
Static charge
Gravity
In a negative field, the positive i-neutrino cloud around the more positive end of a molecule will interact with the negative ‘field’ i-neutrinos and revert to smaller zero point or low charge imprint neutrinos. This causes a shrinkage of the local aether and hence attraction. The positive part of the molecule is therefore attracted towards the field’s negative charge. The opposite happens for the more negatively charged end of the molecule and it is repelled. The result is an orienting or distorting force on the molecule.
Local field rich in positive i-neutrinos
Opposite charge i-neutrinos ‘cancel’ to zero-point
aether shrinks
Local field of negative i-neutrinos
Local field fills with negative i-neutrinos
aether expands
Local field rich in negative i-neutrinos
Repelling force
Attractive force
Dipoles
The molecular arrangement of protons and electrons in all molecules will mean that there is a varying flux of positive and negative i-neutrinos within and around them. The specific structure will define whether a molecule may be more positive or negative at one end than the other or perhaps more in the centre than at the ends. In an electrical field, there will therefore be a different degree of attractive or repulsive force on these areas which will, to a lesser or greater extent depending on the material, distort or orient the molecules within the material. By way of illustration:
Static charge
Gravity
Local field rich in positive i-neutrinos
Opposite charge i-neutrinos ‘cancel’ to zero-point
aether shrinks
Local field of negative i-neutrinos
Local field fills with negative i- neutrinos
aether expands
Local field rich in negative i-neutrinos
Repelling force
Attractive force
In a negative field, the positive i-neutrino cloud around the more positive end of a molecule will interact with the negative ‘field’ i- neutrinos and revert to smaller zero point or low charge imprint neutrinos. This causes a shrinkage of the local aether and hence attraction. The positive part of the molecule is therefore attracted towards the field’s negative charge. The opposite happens for the more negatively charged end of the molecule and it is repelled. The result is an orienting or distorting force on the molecule.
Dipoles
The molecular arrangement of protons and electrons in all molecules will mean that there is a varying flux of positive and negative i-neutrinos within and around them. The specific structure will define whether a molecule may be more positive or negative at one end than the other or perhaps more in the centre than at the ends. In an electrical field, there will therefore be a different degree of attractive or repulsive force on these areas which will, to a lesser or greater extent depending on the material, distort or orient the molecules within the material. By way of illustration:
Static charge
Gravity
In a negative field, the positive i-neutrino cloud around the more positive end of a molecule will interact with the negative ‘field’ i-neutrinos and revert to smaller zero point or low charge imprint neutrinos. This causes a shrinkage of the local aether and hence attraction. The positive part of the molecule is therefore attracted towards the field’s negative charge. The opposite happens for the more negatively charged end of the molecule and it is repelled. The result is an orienting or distorting force on the molecule.
Local field rich in positive  i-neutrinos Local field of negative i-neutrinos Local field fills with negative i-neutrinos  aether expands Local field rich in negative  i-neutrinos - + Opposite charge  i-neutrinos ‘cancel’ to zero-point aether shrinks