46- positron structure

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Positron - high energy level structure

The positron has a higher energy level structure than an electron. The positron consists of 2-D electric energy flowing inward toward system center, with 1-D electric energy flowing outward from system center along its axis of spin. 

When elementary energy moves from lower density to higher density, this motion is equivalent to deceleration because energy, left alone, does not move in this direction (if it did, it would be like a river flowing uphill). Likewise, when elementary energy moves from higher density to lower density, this motion is equivalent to acceleration since all energy, left alone, moves toward a lower energy level (like a river flowing downhill).

The displacement order of 123d space by unidirectional, or electric, energy plays a role in the positron’s higher energy level structure.  In order to move toward a lower energy level, all unidirectional energy must displace the energy of 123d space.  Unidirectional energy moves toward a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to adjacent 1-D, 2-D, or 3-D space.  The easiest space to displace is 1-D, followed by 2-D, with 3-D space requiring the greatest effort to displace. In other words, the inherent 1-D energy magnitude of 123d space is less than that of its 2-D energy magnitude, and its 2-D energy magnitude is less than that of its 3-D energy magnitude. 

In the case of the positron, its 2-D electric energy represents a higher energy magnitude than that of its 1-D electric energy.  As a result, the directionality of the 2-D electric energy governs whether or not the positron has a low energy level structure.  Since the positron’s 2-D electric energy moves from a low energy level to a higher energy level (like a river flowing uphill), it represents a higher energy level structure than an electron, in which the 2-D electric energy moves from a high level to a lower energy level (like a river flowing downhill).

The positron, then, does not exist as an isolated charged particle, but only exists when it is entangled with, or directionally balanced by, another energy system.  For example, a positron may exist as an entangled partner with an electron or a neutrino, the entangled partners possessing opposing and alternating e-m directionality with every e-m interaction to provide directional balance to each other.

However, the positron may exist as an unentangled charged particle within the proton or atomic nucleus. In these cases, the positron exists as a charged particle "trapped" within the entanglement of other particles - being an "odd-particle-out" unable to become entangled with the other constituent particles, and unable to escape.

 

See illustration below. Click here for enlargement.

 

46- positron - high energy level

 

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