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Natural Matter

Vernon Brown

In the paper linked by the left side gold button, Professor Willis Thompson shows that unification of the forces of nature is simple. The paper linked by the right side gold button describes how nature behaves the way that allows the unification of all the forces.

We have known since the time of Maxwell that all of nature behaves exactly as if all of nature is made of light. Although we knew that fact, almost all established theories describe a kind of nature that can not exist within that concept.

Planck's equation for the energy content of quanta does not contain electric and magnetic amplitude. Only the rate of change of the electric and magnetic amplitude is present. Since the amplitude reached by the amplitude change is not present, it must be a constant. That constant amplitude must be a fundamental property of space.

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All photons must exist as points of constant amplitude surrounded by electric and magnetic fields of force. The fields of force occupy planes with the magnetic force plane situated perpendicular to the electric force plane.

The classic photon of the early twentieth century need be modified very little to accomplish this photon description. We add the points of saturation, T2 and T4 in the image. We say the photon is mass less. However, when trapped in a mirrored box, a photon adds mass to the photon-box system.

The planes of electric and magnetic force fields seem to instantly communicate change in amplitude to the overall path. A change in the field some distance away from the points seem to instantly change the path.

We don't detect a delay in the direction of force between moving charged bodies. It might be possible to utilize this field property to speed communications. We would need to sense the direction of force sensed by one particle when a distant particle is moved.

Photons have no mass. However, they do have momentum. When trapped in a repeating pattern, such as a reflecting box, photons add mass to the photon-box system. So we know that photons trapped in repeating patterns are massive.

Should we suspect that there is more than one kind of massiveness. We know that trapped photons are massive, what other kind of massiveness would there be? We know that any change in electric and magnetic amplitude in an enclosed system adds mass to the system. We can say then that


without fear of being wrong.