63 - proliferation of particles in a stellar nursery - 4-12-14

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Proliferation of elementary 2-D e-m particles due to high temperature environments, such as those in a stellar nursery, resulting in high energy elementary e-m particles “jumping” out of their gravitational gradients

Extremely hot environments, such as in the star nurseries of hot gas clouds in interstellar space, possess highly energetic particles.  The most elementary 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. 

Although an elementary particle has the highest probability of occupying positions at or near its center of gravity, if it is energetic enough, it has a probability of occupying different positions within its gravitational energy gradient, which also constitutes the particle’s charge field.  With enough energy, an elementary particle may occupy positions in the outer regions of its gravitational energy gradient, even “jumping” out of its gravitational gradient. 

When a 2-D e-m particle, such as a positron, escapes from its gravitational gradient, it is immediately surrounded by a new gravitational gradient.  The “empty” gravitational gradient then collapses to form another 2-D e-m particle with opposing e-m directionality (since the gravitational gradient opposes the particle’s e-m directionality to provide directional balance). 

In the case of a 2-D e-m positron, its gravitational gradient is inverted or an anti-gravitational gradient, with a changing greater ratio of kinetic: potential energy of 123d space inward toward system center.  When the positron “jumps” out of its inverse gravitational gradient, the predominantly potential energy in its outer regions moves inward toward the predominantly kinetic energy at system center and the kinetic energy moves outward from system center toward the potential energy.   As each 2-D plane of energy moves toward each other, they turn perpendicular to each other to provide maximum opposing force to gain optimum directional balance.  The kinetic energy forms a 2-D plane of electric energy, while the potential energy forms a 2-D plane of magnetic energy perpendicular to the 2-D electric energy.  This new 2-D electromagnetic energy system composes an electron, with opposing e-m directionality to the original 2-D e-m positron.

The process then repeats itself.  The newly formed 2-D electron may “jump” out of its gravitational energy gradient, while the 2-D positron may “jump” out of its gravitational gradient.  The “escaped” electron and positron are immediately surrounded by new gravitational energy gradients.  The empty gravitational gradients then form two new particles, each immediately surrounded by their own gravitational gradients.  The process again repeats itself over and over, creating more and more particles that eventually form the initial mass of a new star.

 

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63 - particle proliferation in a stellar nursery - 4-12-14