Range of the Electric Force
As said on The Neutrino page, two same-charge neutrinos in collision will bounce. This bounce will be very nearly perfectly elastic, so no energy is lost. This means that, at first sight, a sufficiently highly charged body will produce a field that might extend outward without limit. However, because charge imprinted neutrinos in collision with zero point neutrinos will rapidly diminish in charge imprint and size it provides us with a limit through two mechanisms. Firstly, as the field of highly charge imprinted neutrinos extends outwards from the source, the flux density will naturally decrease as an inverse square law. There will therefore be an increasing incidence of collisions with zero point neutrinos and so the field will deplete. The other limit is because, as the field grows it will have a ‘leading edge’ which, as explained in the preceding page, moves much faster than the speed of light. It will however reach a point where the rate of production of i-neutrinos at the ‘source’ body matches the rate of charge imprint loss at the leading edge due to zero point collisions. For highly charged bodies in the universe, this may only happen after the leading edge has travelled huge distances, possibly many thousands of light years.
Electrons & Positrons
The Electric Force
As above, the leading edge of a force field is the result of the aether growing due to particles in contact rather than particles colliding at the speed of light. Because collisions between neutrinos are perfectly elastic and all particles are touching, this growth is almost instantaneous and hence the ‘speed’ of the electric force dwarfs the speed of light. Its effects are felt thousands of light years away almost instantly.
Speed of the Electric Force
This also means that all charged bodies in the universe, from atoms to stars, will have an almost instant effect on all other charged bodies in the universe.
Range of the Electric Force
As said on The Neutrino page, two same-charge neutrinos in collision will bounce. This bounce will be very nearly perfectly elastic, so no energy is lost. This means that, at first sight, a sufficiently highly charged body will produce a field that might extend outward without limit. However, because charge imprinted neutrinos in collision with zero point neutrinos will rapidly diminish in charge imprint and size it provides us with a limit through two mechanisms. Firstly, as the field of highly charge imprinted neutrinos extends outwards from the source, the flux density will naturally decrease as an inverse square law. There will therefore be an increasing incidence of collisions with zero point neutrinos and so the field will deplete. The other limit is because, as the field grows it will have a ‘leading edge’ which, as explained in the preceding page, moves much faster than the speed of light. It will however reach a point where the rate of production of i- neutrinos at the ‘source’ body matches the rate of charge imprint loss at the leading edge due to zero point collisions. For highly charged bodies in the universe, this may only happen after the leading edge has travelled huge distances, possibly many thousands of light years.
Electrons & Positrons
The Electric Force
As above, the leading edge of a force field is the result of the aether growing due to particles in contact rather than particles colliding at the speed of light. Because collisions between neutrinos are perfectly elastic and all particles are touching, this growth is almost instantaneous and hence the ‘speed’ of the electric force dwarfs the speed of light. Its effects are felt thousands of light years away almost instantly.
Speed of the Electric Force
This also means that all charged bodies in the universe, from atoms to stars, will have an almost instant effect on all other charged bodies in the universe.
Range of the Electric Force
As said on The Neutrino page, two same-charge neutrinos in collision will bounce. This bounce will be very nearly perfectly elastic, so no energy is lost. This means that, at first sight, a sufficiently highly charged body will produce a field that might extend outward without limit. However, because charge imprinted neutrinos in collision with zero point neutrinos will rapidly diminish in charge imprint and size it provides us with a limit through two mechanisms. Firstly, as the field of highly charge imprinted neutrinos extends outwards from the source, the flux density will naturally decrease as an inverse square law. There will therefore be an increasing incidence of collisions with zero point neutrinos and so the field will deplete. The other limit is because, as the field grows it will have a ‘leading edge’ which, as explained in the preceding page, moves much faster than the speed of light. It will however reach a point where the rate of production of i- neutrinos at the ‘source’ body matches the rate of charge imprint loss at the leading edge due to zero point collisions. For highly charged bodies in the universe, this may only happen after the leading edge has travelled huge distances, possibly many thousands of light years.
Electrons & Positrons
The Electric Force
As above, the leading edge of a force field is the result of the aether growing due to particles in contact rather than particles colliding at the speed of light. Because collisions between neutrinos are perfectly elastic and all particles are touching, this growth is almost instantaneous and hence the ‘speed’ of the electric force dwarfs the speed of light. Its effects are felt thousands of light years away almost instantly.
Speed of the Electric Force
This also means that all charged bodies in the universe, from atoms to stars, will have an almost instant effect on all other charged bodies in the universe.