The Electric Force
The explanation for the electric force is now simply as follows:
Small zero point neutrinos in neutral field
Large negative i-neutrinos between two negative charged bodies which are forced apart
For two bodies given opposite charges, the local cloud of neutrinos around one will comprise positive i-neutrinos and around the other will comprise negative i-neutrinos so that, when they collide in the space between, the equal and opposite charge imprints will be cancelled out and the neutrinos will shrink back to their zero point size. The aether between the bodies therefore contracts and we have attraction.
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Zero point neutrino
Negative i-neutrino cloud
Positive i-neutrino cloud
If the charged bodies are constrained, such as with two fixed plates, then, for ‘same’ charges, some of the imprinted neutrinos will be forced out of the field as the expanding aether is forced outwards. They will rapidly diminish in size outside the field through multiple collisions with zero point neutrinos. For opposite charges, zero point neutrinos will be drawn in by the contracting aether and, now within the field, they will be energised and increase in size along with the existing charge imprinted neutrinos. In both cases there will be a strong repulsive or attractive force maintained between the two plates. If the charged bodies are not constrained, such as with astronomical bodies in space or with subatomic particles, they will move closer together or further apart depending on their relative charge.
Range of the Electric Force
The Neutrino
From the foregoing analysis we already have that:
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The density of the i-neutrino field will decrease with distance around each charged body and, as the density decreases, multiple collisions and charge imprint exchanges with ‘external’ zero point neutrinos will rapidly diminish the i-neutrinos’ energy and therefore size until they also revert to zero point size.
Within the field, as i-neutrinos appear at the surfaces of the bodies, the field is ‘instantly’ pushed out and away from the bodies. The i- neutrinos at the surfaces result from zero point neutrinos travelling a few neutrino diameters at the speed of light before getting imprinted and expanding, whereas the movement of the field is much faster since it is the result of the neutrinos in contact growing (similar to two people at either end of a piece of rope - a pull will be felt immediately whereas a wave travelling down the rope will take some time).
c) Neutrinos with charge imprints are larger than zero point (non-imprinted) neutrinos
a) A void is impossible, which means that everything is touching
b) Neutrinos are able to accept, carry and transfer charge
Which means that zero point neutrinos colliding with a charged body will take on a charge imprint and therefore grow in size.
If, instead of a single body, we have two bodies with the same charge, then the local cloud of energetic i-neutrinos around each means that the aether between the bodies will expand as the neutrinos in the space between grow in size, giving us a repelling force. The greater the charge, the greater the energy (size) of the neutrinos and so the greater the range and magnitude of the effect.
All bodies exist in a superfluid sea of speed-of-light neutrinos which, upon collision with those bodies, will take on a charge imprint.
Any charged body will therefore immediately be surrounded by a cloud of i-neutrinos. These neutrinos, being now higher energy, are larger than the previously zero point neutrinos and, since a void is impossible and everything is therefore touching everything else, the entire space around the body will expand as the neutrinos grow in size. Essentially, the aether around the body expands. This will happen regardless of whether the charge is positive or negative.
Repelling force between charged bodies
Attracting force between charged bodies
If the two charged bodies are so far apart, or the charge is so low, that the i-neutrino fields surrounding them do not interact with each other (due to the decreasing densities of the fields with distance and the associated increasing incidence of collisions with zero point neutrinos) then there will be no measurable force of attraction or repulsion between them.
The Electric Force
The explanation for the electric force is now simply as follows:
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Small zero point neutrinos in neutral field
Large negative i-neutrinos between two negative charged bodies which are forced apart
For two bodies given opposite charges, the local cloud of neutrinos around one will comprise positive i-neutrinos and around the other will comprise negative i-neutrinos so that, when they collide in the space between, the equal and opposite charge imprints will be cancelled out and the neutrinos will shrink back to their zero point size. The aether between the bodies therefore contracts and we have attraction.
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Zero point neutrino
Negatively charge imprinted neutrino cloud
Positively charge imprinted neutrino cloud
If the charged bodies are constrained, such as with two fixed plates, then, for ‘same’ charges, some of the imprinted neutrinos will be forced out of the field as the expanding aether is forced outwards. They will rapidly diminish in size outside the field through multiple collisions with zero point neutrinos. For opposite charges, zero point neutrinos will be drawn in by the contracting aether and, now within the field, they will be energised and increase in size along with the existing charge imprinted neutrinos. In both cases there will be a strong repulsive or attractive force maintained between the two plates. If the charged bodies are not constrained, such as with astronomical bodies in space or with subatomic particles, they will move closer together or further apart depending on their relative charge.
Range of the Electric Force
The Neutrino
From the foregoing analysis we already have that:
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The density of the i-neutrino field will decrease with distance around each charged body and, as the density decreases, multiple collisions and charge imprint exchanges with ‘external’ zero point neutrinos will rapidly diminish the i- neutrinos’ energy and therefore size until they also revert to zero point size.
Within the field, as i-neutrinos appear at the surfaces of the bodies, the field is ‘instantly’ pushed out and away from the bodies. The i- neutrinos at the surfaces result from zero point neutrinos travelling a few neutrino diameters at the speed of light before getting imprinted and expanding, whereas the movement of the field is much faster since it is the result of the neutrinos in contact growing (similar to two people at either end of a piece of rope - a pull will be felt immediately whereas a wave travelling down the rope will take some time).
c) Neutrinos with charge imprints are larger than zero point (non-imprinted) neutrinos
a) A void is impossible, which means that everything is touching
b) Neutrinos are able to accept, carry and transfer charge
Which means that zero point neutrinos colliding with a charged body will take on a charge imprint and therefore grow in size.
If, instead of a single body, we have two bodies with the same charge, then the local cloud of energetic i-neutrinos around each means that the aether between the bodies will expand as the neutrinos in the space between grow in size, giving us a repelling force. The greater the charge, the greater the energy (size) of the neutrinos and so the greater the range and magnitude of the effect.
All bodies exist in a superfluid sea of speed-of- light neutrinos which, upon collision with those bodies, will take on a charge imprint.
Any charged body will therefore immediately be surrounded by a cloud of i-neutrinos. These neutrinos, being now higher energy, are larger than the previously zero point neutrinos and, since a void is impossible and everything is therefore touching everything else, the entire space around the body will expand as the neutrinos grow in size. Essentially, the aether around the body expands. This will happen regardless of whether the charge is positive or negative.
Repelling force between charged bodies
Attracting force between charged bodies
If the two charged bodies are so far apart, or the charge is so low, that the i-neutrino fields surrounding them do not interact with each other (due to the decreasing densities of the fields with distance and the associated increasing incidence of collisions with zero point neutrinos) then there will be no measurable force of attraction or repulsion between them.
The Electric Force
The explanation for the electric force is now simply as follows:
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Small zero point neutrinos in neutral field
Large negative i-neutrinos between two negative charged bodies which are forced apart
For two bodies given opposite charges, the local cloud of neutrinos around one will comprise positive i-neutrinos and around the other will comprise negative i-neutrinos so that, when they collide in the space between, the equal and opposite charge imprints will be cancelled out and the neutrinos will shrink back to their zero point size. The aether between the bodies therefore contracts and we have attraction.
- + + -
Zero point neutrino
Negative i- neutrino cloud
Positive i-neutrino cloud
If the charged bodies are constrained, such as with two fixed plates, then, for ‘same’ charges, some of the imprinted neutrinos will be forced out of the field as the expanding aether is forced outwards. They will rapidly diminish in size outside the field through multiple collisions with zero point neutrinos. For opposite charges, zero point neutrinos will be drawn in by the contracting aether and, now within the field, they will be energised and increase in size along with the existing charge imprinted neutrinos. In both cases there will be a strong repulsive or attractive force maintained between the two plates. If the charged bodies are not constrained, such as with astronomical bodies in space or with subatomic particles, they will move closer together or further apart depending on their relative charge.
Range of the Electric Force
The Neutrino
From the foregoing analysis we already have that:
The density of the i-neutrino field will decrease with distance around each charged body and, as the density decreases, multiple collisions and charge imprint exchanges with ‘external’ zero point neutrinos will rapidly diminish the i-neutrinos’ energy and therefore size until they also revert to zero point size.
Within the field, as i-neutrinos appear at the surfaces of the bodies, the field is ‘instantly’ pushed out and away from the bodies. The i-neutrinos at the surfaces result from zero point neutrinos travelling a few neutrino diameters at the speed of light before getting imprinted and expanding, whereas the movement of the field is much faster since it is the result of the neutrinos in contact growing (similar to two people at either end of a piece of rope - a pull will be felt immediately whereas a wave travelling down the rope will take some time).
c) Neutrinos with charge imprints are larger than zero point (non-imprinted) neutrinos
a) A void is impossible, which means that everything is touching
b) Neutrinos are able to accept, carry and transfer charge
Which means that zero point neutrinos colliding with a charged body will take on a charge imprint and therefore grow in size.
If, instead of a single body, we have two bodies with the same charge, then the local cloud of energetic i-neutrinos around each means that the aether between the bodies will expand as the neutrinos in the space between grow in size, giving us a repelling force. The greater the charge, the greater the energy (size) of the neutrinos and so the greater the range and magnitude of the effect.
All bodies exist in a superfluid sea of speed-of-light neutrinos which, upon collision with those bodies, will take on a charge imprint.
Any charged body will therefore immediately be surrounded by a cloud of i-neutrinos. These neutrinos, being now higher energy, are larger than the previously zero point neutrinos and, since a void is impossible and everything is therefore touching everything else, the entire space around the body will expand as the neutrinos grow in size. Essentially, the aether around the body expands. This will happen regardless of whether the charge is positive or negative.
Repelling force between charged bodies
Attracting force between charged bodies
If the two charged bodies are so far apart, or the charge is so low, that the i-neutrino fields surrounding them do not interact with each other (due to the decreasing densities of the fields with distance and the associated increasing incidence of collisions with zero point neutrinos) then there will be no measurable force of attraction or repulsion between them.