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Mathis on Graphene? Any hints?

Sun Aug 23, 2015 1:46 am by Cr6

Just wanted to examine how "Graphene" is expressed in the Charge Field.  This apparently is a high focus area of research at the moment.

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The Mechanism of Stacked Spins

Sat Nov 24, 2018 3:24 am by jacksoncapper

What is the reason a spinning b-photon would begin to spin about an origin at its surface after a collision? Intuitively, I thought it was due to the velocity of one side of the b-photon being unable to exceed c, and therefore spinning about the subsequent axes as the only means to conserve velocity. Is there a general theory or consensus on this?

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Conservation of Velocity Problem

Fri Nov 30, 2018 6:28 am by jacksoncapper

How can a stacked spin proton live for more than a fraction of a second? In order to produce any coulomb effect, the proton would be having to distribute its velocity to all the charge b-photons in order to change their velocities. Any stacked-spin structure should collapse within a few attoseconds. What am I missing?

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Superluminal B-photons in Stacked Spins

Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:29 pm by jacksoncapper

Given that we accept b-photons have a tangential velocity of c in their end-over-end spins, how do we account for the fact that the b-photon would therefore be travelling at 2c half the time in its second stacked spin and even faster in subsequent outer spins. Nevyn's paper calculates the angular velocity of each spin. They are much slower than c, so I suspect this accounts for it. If I …

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Neutrons and Neutral Charge

Mon Nov 26, 2018 8:41 am by jacksoncapper

As Mathis' model supposes, a particle's apparent charge is due to the cross-section of a stacked-spin b-photon (it's effective size) relative to gravitational attraction. Consider also that mass is proportional to the stacked spin count. How could a neutron possibly exhibit a neutral charge when it's mass (and therefore it's cross section) is greater than a proton? Shouldn't it be positive, if …

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Bizarre Cosmic Rays Are Shooting Out of Antarctica and Physicists Can’t Explain It

Fri Oct 05, 2018 1:52 am by Cr6

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The Ambient Field Currents

Tue Mar 27, 2018 5:32 pm by Ciaolo

I recently read a paper with an interesting concept. Unluckily I couldn’t find it to post a link here... Anyway Mathis stated that a spinning photon that became a recycling particle has an effect on the ambient field that makes smaller particles spinning in the same direction (photons) move into its North Pole, and the ones with opposing direction (antiphotons) into the South Pole. This effect …

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The Sun's Galactic orbit, and charge field implications.

Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:43 am by Lichtmechaniker

Hi again guys, I've had another charge field based idea that I feel the need to share.

It's about the 2/3rds ratio of photons to anti-photons we see reported a lot in MMs papers.

The mechanical explanation I have is that the motion of the Solar system around the galaxy causes this difference.

The solar orbit is not on the same plane as the planetary orbits. Currently the planets are at about …

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