45- positron structure


Positron - high energy level structure

Proton structure

Neutrino structure

Neutrino converting to photons

Proton - 3-D unidirectional energy component

Antiproton structure

Hydrogen atom and proton


Neutron decay into proton


Positron structure

A positron consists of 1-D electric energy moving outward (accelerating) from system center along the 1-D axis of spin toward a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to adjacent 123d space, which forms opposing 1-D magnetic energy along a circular circumference (i.e., enclosed or confined 1-D energy) perpendicular to the 1-D elecric energy.  The 1-D magnetic energy provides directional balance to the electric energy.

Once the magnetic energy reaches its maximum energy level - the inherent 1-D (or 2-D?) energy magnitude of 123d space, it can take on no more energy. It then begins to return its newly acquired energy back to the electric energy, forcing it to return to its original higher energy level (higher energy density) at system center.  The electric energy returns as 2-D electric energy (along a 2-D plane) converging back to system center. 

The process then repeats itself.

Because the 2-D electric energy of a positron moves toward a higher energy level, this is analogous to a river flowing up hill. So the positron represents a higher energy level structure than that of an electron with 2-D electric energy moving toward a lower energy level.

It is likely that positrons only exist as entangled particles or in conjunction with some other energy that provides directional balance to its high energy level structure. However, positrons may exist as unentangled, charged particles within larger entangled energy systems, such as protons and atomic nuclei.

Update (4-29-14): It may that the 2-D electric energy of a positron consists of predominantly kinetic energy of 123d space (e.g., ratio of 20:80 potential:kinetic energy of 123d space), while its 2-D magnetic energy is composed of predominantly potential energy of 123d space (e.g., ratio of 80:20 potential:kinetic energy of 123d space). See more about this in sections, Particle jumping out of its gravitational energy gradient and Vacant gravitational energy gradients form new particles.


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45- positron structure


To explore traditional views on properties of a positron, see "Positron" on Wikipedia.