9- electromagnetic energy

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Nonrandomness in 123d space creates unidirectional, or electric, energy.  Since electric energy is unbalanced, it exists at a higher energy level.  Electric energy moves toward a lower energy level by transferring some of its energy to adjacent 123d space which responds by forming opposing magnetic energy to provide directional balance. The magnetic energy forms perpendicular to the electric energy to provide maximum opposing force and optimal directional balance.

When the magnetic energy reaches its highest possible energy level - the inherent energy magnitude of 123d space - it can proceed no further, and returns its newly acquired energy to the electric energy, forcing it to return to its original higher energy level.  The process then repeats itself.

The electromagnetic energy system “moves” perpendicular to the electric and magnetic energy in a 1-D energy system (photon) at v = c due to a ratio of the inherent properties of electric energy to those of magnetic energy.

The inherent energy of 123d space also forms time energy at 180 degrees to the formation of magnetic energy to directionally oppose it, thereby maintaining the directional balance of 123d space. Unlike its "sister" magnetic energy, time energy immediately dissipates back into 123d space as random energy as it forms. This allows the magnetic energy to provide maximum directional balance to the electric energy. 

The path of v = c is the 1-D equivalent to the center of gravity of 2-D and 3-D electromagnetic energy systems. The dissipation of time energy as it forms results in the unidirectional path of v = c for a 1-D photon. In the case of 2-D and 3-D electromagnetic particles (e.g., 2-D electron, 3-D proton), the dissipation of time energy as it forms results in system spin.

To summarize:

1-D electromagnetic energy = photons, neutrinos; the 1-D magnetic energy forms to provide directional balance to the 1-D electric energy until it reaches the inherent energy magnitude of 1-D space, and then it returns to its original lower energy level, forcing the 1-D electric energy to return to its original higher energy level. The process then repeats itself.

2-D electromagnetic energy = electrons, positrons; the 2-D magnetic energy forms to provide directional balance to the 2-D electric energy until it reaches the inherent energy magnitude of 2-D space. The process then reverses and repeats.

3-D electromagnetic energy = protons, neutrons, atomic nuclei; the 3-D magnetic energy forms to provide directional balance to the 3-D electric energy until it reaches the inherent energy magnitude of 3-D space. the process then reverses and repeats.

It should be noted that from the frame of reference of 123d space, it provides complete directional balance to the 1-D electric energy with each electromagnetic interaction because in the process, 123d space maintains its own directional balance.

However, from the perspective of all observers consisting of electromagnetic energy, a 1-D photon is only partially directionally balanced because the energy system moves in one direction at v = c relative to all other electromagnetic energy, including us.

 

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9- electromagnetic energy

 

To explore traditional views on electromagnetic energy, see "Electromagnetic radiation" on Wikipedia.