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Interference between sources (See sketch N.8)

In the light of a new understanding I will now examine the universal substance and the disturbances created in the field by the Electron and the Positron sources.

How the intensity and implosion waves generated by the sources can originate attraction or repulsion? I have described the sources as entities possessing no substance in themselves, but representing instead a three-dimensional domain where energy localizes in a selected volume of the field. The energy localized in the sources possesses no substance, but makes its presence feIt by actively controlling the intensity of the elementary parts contained in a determined volume of the Field thus designing a world that we have consciously come to perceive. When an energy source generates an Intensity impulse, whose natural  trajectory cuts within the volume of influence of another source, the incoming Impulse is deflected toward the center of the receiving source through the influence of the shifting implosion waves encountered. When the trajectory is close enough to the source, the pulse must fall-in, thus generating a synchronized space-time event. The volume of influence of an electron is limited in space by a sphere surrounding the source with a radius that I assumed to be equal to
10 -10-m.
 When at rest each intensity pulses energizing the receiving Electron source posses an energy of action equal

Eet = 0.51 x I0-3 GeV x sec = 0.5l x 106 eV x sec

The source, after absorbing the additional energy input will implode in synchrony, creating as consequence intensity-impulses with renewed space time characteristics, and intensity level of energy. The additional pulses of intensity with their particular space-time characteristics will, in entering the receiving source, increases its total energy value and change its dynamic behavior resulting in a higher velocity of the source transitional velocity and a realignment of its velocity vector (see drawing). If the  direction of revolution of the source XY plane is the same as the interfering intensity impulse its velocity vector on the Z axis will increase and will realign itself with the direction of the incoming pulse; as a consequence the source will proceed with increased velocity that will distance it from the source. If the source interfered has an XY plane direction of revolution opposite to the interfering intensity impulse, it will (in order to acquire the sign of rotation of the interfering signal) realign its velocity vector and proceed this way in a new direction pointing toward the incommg interference this way causing an attraction. (See sketches) In the classical world of Galileo and Newton the particles constituting the substance of matter were envisioned to be interacting on each other through direct collisions, following the line of the shortest distance separating them, like solids possessing a mass and a perfect degree of elasticity, acting and reacting on each other in a way similar to billiard balls. That simple and clear classical idea had to be abandoned when it became evident that it was failing to explain the phenomena observed by Faraday occurring in a magnetic field created by an electrical current. Faraday had discovered that the action generated by an electric current on a magnetic needle was occurring at an angle of ninety degrees with the direction of the electrical flow in the conduit. To explain this phenomenon Faraday and Maxwell theorized the existence of a universal electromagnetic field possessing properties that could transmit from point to point the actions and distortion produced in it by the electric charges. The existence of a field had become necessary to explain the behavior of electric and magnetic charges acting at a distance through it. When the quantum theory developed by Plank came to envision the phenomena of light and matter as particles acting on each other through other particles, the idea of a field could not be sustained and was consequently discarded as was the idea of a four dimensional space-time continuum.

 While the quantum theory, in dismantling our original philosophical understanding of the physical world explained many of the atomic phenomena observed and in doing so vastly expanded our knowledge of the infinitesimal world of particles, the idea of a material substance constituted of specs of matter acting on each other in an empty space while denying the existence of waves transmitting signals from point to point could only explain those phenomena through purely mathematical terms. After De Broglie theorized that every particle and therefore every object possessing mass and velocity could also be represented by waves, a new theory was lately advanced that considered all the particles as infinitesimal vibrating strings each with its particular space time dimension in a configuration that could define each particle physical property.

In trying to understand the new particle physics picture, and the string theory as well, our mind finds impossible to accept it. I have come to believe that the reason why we cannot reconcile the two equally logical trains of thought is because the original hypothesis on which we had based our assumption was not correct.

 Is it possible to visualize a new atomic model founded on a new concept of the universal substance? I believe so and I am proposing in this paper a model complementing the one visualized by Rutherford and Bohr, but envisioned under the new assmnptions on what constitutes the substance of matter.

If we abandon the notion of interacting particles and we embrace the idea of localized energy sources acting in the comprehensive substance of the field through intensity-impulses and implosion-waves, the natural world envisioned acquires indeed a more satisfying and understandable character. Nothing of substance can now exist in this Universe, but the Field with the variations in its intensity occurring in a space time relationship that is creating events we can measure and determine with three cardinal dimensions in space and one in time. These new assumptions must change the interpretation of the observed physical phenomena: we cannot think for instance of a particle being at rest with respect to three cardinal axis and define for it a certain level of a definite energy value while in that state. In the new interpretation of our physical world only the Field can be at rest, while the events happening in it can only be interpreted as a shift or as a temporary change in its intensity value. When I then use the word at rest in describing the conditions found in a source, we indicate that it is at its lowest possible level of energy, not that is standing still in a space-time relationship within its environment. In our new understanding this condition becomes impossible since only a dynamic change in the intensity of the Field, being itself at rest, can produce an event. I can now describe the actions taking place between particles, atoms and molecules as simple interferences generated by waves created in the substance of the Universal Field and not because of a mysterious alien event that would compel them to reach and affect each other at a distance while acting through an empty space. In order to explain the phenomena occurring in the gaseous substances under the action of heat that developed in the science of thermodynamics, the molecules of gases that are continuously interfering with each other and with the walls of the container had to be considered as perfectly elastic balls. When hitting against each other or against the walls of the container the gas molecules had to bounce back and forward while conserving the total average velocity of the system. It's easier to understand this property to be the result of an exchange of intensity impulses between the respective sources rather than as a reaction between two perfectly elastic bodies. When the Protons and Neutrons of a gas molecule are at a distance of less then 10-15 m from each other, they must exchange their reciprocal intensity impulses. As stated before the velocity vector of each source will have to rearrange its direction in order to complement the gyration of the incoming signal. Sources with similar direction of gyration will therefor repel, while sources with opposite gyration will attract each other. It appears to us that the phenomenons encountered in the field of thermodynamics can be easily understood by following this new hypothesis.   

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