(Reprinted with permission)
A quantum of energy is really similar to a short duration sigma
bonding, where the electrons bind together with their sides rather
than like pi bonding where the bonding is a repetitious polar bonding.
An electron being a tiny magnet can either bind with another "locked
in place" electron using either its sides or poles.
I have no idea how the quark inertial binding works because the
quark does not seem to precess (wobble) like the electron does because
the electron, like the earth, is an oblate spheroid.
But, in order to deliver a quantum of energy, a spin up electron
in a high energy level spot can only drop to a lower energy level
providing it locates a perfectly matched spin down electron.
This is not easy because FOUR things must match perfectly: mass,
orientation, precession or wobble frequency and orbital positioning.
- They must both "see" themselves spinning in the same
planes with their closest sides going in the same direction.
- They must "see" their mass exactly the same.
- Also they must "see" their precession rates (wobble)
- They must also "see" themselves positioned perfectly
180 degrees from each other on their respective orbitals and this
is a very difficult thing to achieve.
Energy transfer is not easy. It is difficult but because there
are so many electrons, these holes to transfer through can be
And there is one FIFTH important thing: the electron receiving
the energy must be in a lower energy or less massive area and this
is where the general relativity view comes in.
What is transferred is the precession energy or wobble.energy hf.
Let's look at light from a star coming to your eye
This transfer is going to take place over a certain very brief
duration of time in which both electrons will continue to "see"
each other as the same mass/time h and the oscillation
or wobble at the same frequency f.
You must now use general relativity to see that if the above is
to happen then the speed of the electron in your eye must be on
a path at that particular instant, at a high enough speed, --- relative
to the star --- so that its intrinsic mass is increased so that
it exactly matches the higher real mass of the electron on the star.
By delivering a quantum of energy this way nature will always deliver
energy from a high energy area to a lower energy area.
You can view this as an instant binding attraction (at this instant
space-time is removed between the two via the "A" Laws)
and the electron on the star is pulled down an orbital and the electron
in your eye is pulled up an orbital.
You will have radiation because the electron is wobbling as the
orbital is changing and each light wave is produced by the electron
wobbling in and out of the collapsing orbital.
The reason h is a constant is because the real mass of
the electron never changes but what changes is its intrinsic mass
seen by us as it drops closer to the tri quark nucleus. In the microcosm
--- as is pointed out in my Theory
Of Everything book --- you get a blue shift when approaching
a higher mass, not a red shift as in the macrocosm.
Also in my
Theory Of Everything book is the fact that you cannot take the
deBroglie wavelength formula out of the microcosm and apply it to
items in the macrocosm where exactly the reverse is true
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