Microvita and elementary particles

By Pankaj / Frank van den Bovenkamp, Jan. 10, 2015

In order to understand how microvita relate to elementary particles, we need to analyze not only the radiant state of light, but also the bound state in one single approach. This can be achieved using Sarkar's concept of sub-waves, instead of Einsteins famous, but generalizing equation E=mc2.

The standard- or main wave, propagating from A to B is the result of bifurcation, and the original inference is abstract. At the exact point of the bifurcation, the radiant and bound states can be discerned, however are controlled by the single cosmic nucleus. Hence, it is a semi-abstract, singular approach.

Within the abstract, at the onset of the bifurcation, the subwave structure of the original inference can be discerned. One part constitutes the sequential aspect and is referred to as "Knower-I", and the other part the nuclear aspect or "Doer-I". At the onset of the physical wave, energy becomes detectible, whereas the equilibrium is preserved by microvita.

Finally, after the bifurcation, when the main wave has been detected, it's energy is the photon, the nuclear state is a quark-gluon plasma and the synchronized state between the two is the electron. If after the bifurcation, through the subwave structure of the original inference, the nuclear plasma's remain in a state of synchronization this may be considered ectoplasmic. It is subtler than normal matter.

In quantum physics, the relation between the nucleus and the electron shells can be calculated, but its causality is not yet entirely understood. Hence, in order to understand the relation between microvita and elementary particles in terms appealing to modern physicists, a new particle is to be proposed that fills the fundamental gaps in causality, such as the so called "Pauli exclusion" and certain exotic properties of intrinsic spin, as well as quantum entanglement, in a single stroke.

Where the bound state of light relates to the primordial "Knower-I" and "Doer-I" subfields (or geometric gauging fields) directly, i.e. not through the mediation of bosons, this is a weak effect, leading to the gradual waning of the bifurcation. This effect might also be used to compare the number of microvita in chemically identical compounds from different sources.

In order to make progress in the the field of microvita science, it is crucial to study the subwave structure of the universe, which is currently unknown in physics.

Exploring the "weak effect" or subtle re-geometrization of the
synchronized state, to precisely predict the wavelengths of the
primary colors. Source: science.trigunamedia.com (not yet published)

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