62 - energetic particle jumping out of its gravitational energy gradient and charge field - 4-12-14

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Energetic particle "jumping" out of its gravitational gradient (and therefore charge field)

Extremely hot environments, such as in the star nurseries of hot gas clouds in interstellar space, possess highly energetic particles.  The most elementary 2-D electromagnetic (e-m) particles, electrons and positrons, oscillate or vibrate at a high frequency, and may occupy varying positions relative to the center of gravity within their gravitational energy gradients.

Gravitational energy gradients are formed by the inherent energy of surrounding 123d space by providing a changing ratio of greater potential energy to kinetic energy of 123d space inward toward a body of mass - in this case, a 2-D e-m particle. The potential energy of 123d space consists of bidirectional basic units of 1-D energy while the kinetic energy of 123d space consists of the rate of motion of the basic units of 1-D energy relative to each other. If the potential energy of 123d space increases, then the kinetic energy of 123d space in that region must decrease proportionally to maintain the directional balance of the inherent energy of 123d space. 

The particle's center of gravity adjusts to the varying positions of the elementary e-m particle, maintaining an “average” center of gravity, and provides inertia for the particle to occupy positions closest to the center of gravity.  In other words, the particle has the highest probability of occupying positions nearest to the center of gravity, and lowest probability of occupying positions near the outer regions of its gravitational energy gradient (and charge field).  If the particle is energetic enough, it may actually “jump” outside its gravitational gradient, escaping its gravitational gradient and therefore its charge field (since the charge field consists of the gravitational gradient vibrating with the electromagnetic oscillations of the particle). 

At this point, a new gravitational gradient will immediately form about the particle to provide directional balance.  The “empty” gravitational gradient will immediately react to its own directional imbalance.  The outer region of the 2-D gravitational gradient is composed of a greater proportion of kinetic to potential energy of 123d space (for a 2-D electron).  The inner region including the center of gravity is composed of a greater proportion of potential to kinetic energy of 123d space.

At the instant its 2-D electron “jumps” out of its gravitational energy gradient, its outer region of predominantly kinetic energy of 123d space converges inward toward the central region of predominantly potential energy of 123d space to maintain directional balance with the surrounding inherent energy of 123d space. As it does, the potential energy at system center moves outward perpendicular to the approaching kinetic energy to provide maximum opposing force, and maximum directional balance.

The condensed 2-D kinetic energy meets the perpendicular condensed 2-D potential energy to form an electromagnetic energy system – the 2-D kinetic energy becoming the electric component and the 2-D potential energy forming the magnetic component.  The two perpendicular 2-D planes of energy form a 2-D e-m particle equal to and with opposing directionality of the 2-D electron – the antiparticle of the original particle, in this case, a positron.  The process then repeats itself if the particles continue to exist in an extremely hot environment, making them high energy particles capable of escaping their gravitational energy gradients.  If so, this process will lead to a proliferation of particles, which will condense under a stronger and stronger gravitational energy gradient, eventually forming a star.

NOTE: This process of proliferation of particles may take place not only in stellar nurseries, but also at the core of a star (possibly forming the star from the inside - out, and then involved in the processes at the core of a star) and inside an atomic nucleus, resulting in the formation of a proton, a neutron, or an alpha particle, which are emitted (or escape) from the atomic nucleus. [Under construction for this website.]

 

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62 - energetic particle escapes its gravitational energy gradient and charge fielf - 4-12-14

 

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