The implosion waves

In analyzing the electron source I described two types of disturbance generated in the substance of the field, the
Intensity impulses and the Implosion waves.

The
implosion's waves are the result of the dynamic action exercised by the energy localized in a source that aggregate the
field particles around the linear segment representing one diameter of its spherical volume, The field surrounding the spherical
volume of the source will possess, at the instant of implosion, a higher energy level than is contained in the overall volwne
of the source itself and will necessarily rush to fill the vacuum created by that event. (See chapter 13). I attributed to
the diameter of the spherical volume of the electron the value of:

10^{-24} m.

and therefore a volume equal to 4.188x10^{-72} m ^{3}

While at implosion the general volume of the source has an intensity value close to zero the surrounding field at
rest possess an energy equal to

- h x
GeV ^{-3} = -4.137 x 10^{-24} GeV x sec x GeV^{-3} (See chap. 13).

In the new hypothesis
the energy possessed by an implosion wave must be equal to a negative value of the energy contained in the Plank constant
h (representing force of action Et ) multiplied by the unit of volume expressed in GeV^{-3}.
During the implosion, a volume of field substance surrounding the source will rush into it with a velocity equal to C, in
order to fill the vacuum and reestablish the original intensity value. The implosion will involve a portion of the surrounding
field, equal to the source volume (In the case ofthe Electron Ve = 4.188 x 10^{-72} m^{3} ) We can envision
the field volume involved in the Electron first implosion to be limited in
space by two spherical surfaces respectively of radius re and r1 separated by a distance equal to d1. Subsequently (as required
by the first universal law), the region of field substance surrounding the volume of the first implosion wave will follow
with a second and so on. Each imploding sequence involving a volume of the field equal to the source volume limited by two
spherical surfaces separated by the distance d. The dimension d is diminishing at each successive shifting wave away from
the source. (See chap. 7) for evaluation of the dimension d at a distance r from the source center. Each following dimension
must diminish in a function of the inverse of the cubic root of its distance from the center of the source. I have called
these disturbances implosion waves.

At a distance ri (radius of influence
of a source) the dimension di reaches a limit defining the dimension of a single field particle and cannot therefore diminish
further. A somewhat simplistic analogy can be made in describing the action of the implosions originating
in and around the source; if we imagine the substance of the universal field as a fluid and the energy in it acting in rhythmical
intervals of time as a pump, ejecting this fluid at a compressed rate while reabsorbing it from its immediate surroundings.
Of course the waves generated by a source, being governed by the laws pertaining to the field, must develop characteristics
significantly different from those envisioned in a fluid. The intensity impulses radiating along the X Axis, being at the
same time, under the revolving action of the source and its transitory movement along the Z axis, will acquire the particular
space time characteristic of the source that is creating them. Due to the mechanical dynamics of the source, the trajectory
in space of each originated pulse will eventually intersect the imploding shifting action of the incoming implosion waves.
This action will force them into a spiral around the source center. (See chapter 5, sketch 4), At a distance ri from the source
center, when the force of action contained in each successive Implosion wave has decreased to a point where it ceases to produce
an effective deflecting force, the intensity impulses' trajectories will resume their original linear direction. The implosion
waves will in the first phase of their emission, (occurring when at a distance of less than ri from the source center) maintain
a constant negative energy value of - h x sec x GeV^{-3} acquiring an ever diminishing wave length dimension and therefore
a diminished force of action. In the second phase of the implosion waves (when beyond the distance ri) the wavelength di has
reached that mentioned minimum possible dimension, each successive wave, (representing a depression in the intensity ofthe
Field substance), will continue to expand at the velocity of light, but now with a constant wavelength di that comprehends
in its expansion an ever increasing volume of field substance. The force of action contained in an implosion wave with an
increasing volume but of constant energy, must naturally tend from the original negative value to a limit defining the value
of the field at rest. The force of action contained in these waves will now follow the same laws that Newton found apply to
the action of gravity, where the force generated by two masses diminishes in intensity with the inverse of the square of their
distance. In the atomic model that I am proposing here, the implosion waves when changing their characteristics at a distance
greater than ri from the source, will represent the forces of gravity, so I call them gravity waves. The implosion forces
are therefore acting in a different way when at a short distance around the source than when farther from it. When the waves
are close to a source they consist of a constant negative intensity (representing a vacuum in the substance of the field)
and possess a linear dimension d that is diminishing in a function of the inverse of the cube of their distance from the source
center.

These shifting forces, within the radius of influence of the source may represent what in particles physics was called
the strong force. When the waves are at a farther distance from the source than ri, the linear dimension is remaining
a constant, equals in value to di, or 10^-53 m. (see next chapt. ) and the shifting negative intensity in the wave will increase
tending as a limit to the value of the field at rest, the increase being in a function of the inverse of the square of its
distance from the center of the source. These forces are now acting through the surrounding field in the same way that the
force of gravity (yes I consider it as a force) is known to behave in the natural world. I have called the volume of
field contained in a sphere of radius ri, where d has reached its minimum dimension di, the zone of influence of the source.
I assume that in the Electron this distance ri must be in the order of a molecule or large atom equal to 10^{-}^{10} m: At this point, where the dimension
d reaches its minimum possible size di, we have arrived at that final indivisible grain constituting the substance of the
field.

The minimum size of the universal substance particle can be represented by a spherical domain representing its volume
(see chapter 10) The intensity of the Field can be increased or decreased by ( in a figure of speech) compressing or depressing
these physical volumetric domains within the field.