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Phased Particle Theory
By Michael A. Carlson

I propose herein a new model of how matter functions at the atomic level: that phased particles, magnetism and thermo-fields define the basic interaction of the material universe. Phased-particle theory is separated into three concepts.  The first part addresses the nature of sub-atomic matter.  Sub-atomic particles of matter are non-reactive to normal matter  (thus, for all practical purposes, invisible to us) until they are charged with energy.  The photon is a variety of sub-atomic particle that phases into and out of our three-dimensional universe when a wave of light energy (or photonic energy) charges the photon.  To be absorbed, the waves of photonic energy that travel through the universe must encounter an un-energized photon particle that has the correct orientation. The photon particle becomes dynamic matter with physical characteristics, and is now an active part of the physical universe. The reason light behaves paradoxically both as a wave and as a particle, is because it is a particle (photon) when charged with photonic wave energy and a wave of energy when traveling between photons.
The second part concerns magnetism. All magnetic fields are closed loops of energy, and both electrons and protons are complete magnets, both having north and south poles.  The interaction of this elementary magnet within the atom has profound implications for chemistry and for electrical systems, as well as the physical arrangement of protons and neutrons within the atomic nucleus.
The third concept proposes the existence of a field of energy that surrounds atoms, called the thermo-field. It emanates from every proton within the atomic nucleus, and it’s how the protons sustain the heat energy of the atom.  All protons maintain two closed loops of energy, the heat energy of the thermo-field and the magnetic energy of the magnetic field. The significance of this is that the heat energy field (thermo-field) of a single proton balances one electron’s orbit. Instead of reacting to the magnetic energy of the atomic nucleus, the electron’s orbit is linked to the proton’s thermo-field. This realization about the relationship between the thermo-field and electrons influences how we can define the states of matter, as well as other effects. The thermo-field responds to any change of heat energy as a change in temperature or pressure (field size). We observe the variability of the thermo-field’s strength and size in response to heat as measured by temperature, mitigated by the position of the electron’s orbit.
If this model is borne out experimentally, it will have numerous and valuable practical applications in all sciences, particularly applied chemistry and physics.

 

 

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