The Dynamic Nature of the Fabric of Space

: a physical model / theory & view of the universe

Chapter 3

To explore gravity and the interaction between electrons and protons we must first return to the structure of a proton. For it is here that the true nature of one half of the force termed 'charge' originates, and it is the protons who are the source of the "mass" that is responsible for gravity.
     The electron is attracted to the FOS density gradient of the proton, which to it is the positive aspect of the force known as charge. The structural aspect of the proton that produces part of the effect, known as charge, is the induced pressure upon the surrounding fabric (by the compaction of it) as it moves in to fill the spaces between the emitted waves produced by the proton's undulating (resonating) surface and rotating "mass". Resulting in the formation of a FOS density and pressure gradient. When an electron passes through space it leaves behind it a dissipating wake-region of a less rigid and lower density (pressure) nature FOS. Which if close enough to a proton provides a volume of space to which the proton, under the right conditions, can be pushed towards by its own FOS density gradient pressure on the side opposite of the wake. Analogous to a high pressure volume of gas expanding and thus pushing some object in it's path into the newly encountered low density volume of space. This is why protons are attracted/forced into such regions. These wakes, FOS gradient pressure reducers, are the negative aspect of the force known as charge for which the electrons are responsible.

     A typical hydrogen atom is formed when an electron enters into orbit around a proton approximately at a distance of 0.5 x 10-12 metres. The electron does so because it is attracted to the FOS gradient of the proton (the positive aspect of the force of charge). And moves not much closer in or farther away because at this distance its conduction towards the proton is restricted. By its own momentum? Momentum would seem at first to be the control preventing an electron from shell "K" from moving in to become part of the nucleus. In other orbitals what prevents electrons from traveling from one orbital position, into an orbital closer to the nucleus, is the wake dissipation region of the shell below it (closer to the nucleus). The lower density nature of this region deters the conduction of an electron into a shell closer to the nucleus. This appears to be because each electron's conduction strength is proportional to the region it is contained within and due to the wake region below it. Thus normally to an electron the potential orbital below is not as conductive to it as the region it already resides within. But if an electron were ejected, or lost, from the shell below, the wake dissipation region would become more conductive, [remove:since there is now one less electron maintaining the regions lower conductibility] and thus permit an electron to pass through the wake region and take up residence. Which in turn would then return the wake dissipation region, it had just been conducted through, back to the formidable barrier to electrons that it once was. Doing so by adding its wake energy to the wake dissipation region that forms above any nuclear encircling electrons. The structure of the surrounding FOS gradient actually becomes of a stepped, or terraced structure of levels of higher FOS density regions separated by lower density wake regions (see 3.7).

     Within the shells the individual electron orbitals remain separated, and terraced as well, for similar reasons but the wakes have not yet expanded enough and combined together to form a larger scale barrier. Like that separating the shells (K,L,M,etc.). So electrons can orbit around one another fairly close to each other but do remain in separate orbitals. A lone electron's wake seems to be just active enough to lower the density of the fabric of its own orbital such that it shall have just returned almost back to it's normal density by the time the electron has returned to this region since it's last orbital revolution. But not quite. The result is that the electron will find paths parallel to its last one more conductive thus forcing it into "precession" about the atom. This forced precession can in some cases be overcome by placing the atom within a magnetic, or electric field, to counter the electron's attraction elsewhere. In magnetism this precession can only be overcome if the surrounding FOS gradient is not great enough to have forced the two closest electrons into being what is termed a "pair". So called pairs of electrons are too close together such that the upper electron's own wake also reduces the FOS gradient characteristics of the electron's domain below it's own. Because the material is expanding to fill in the wake region of the electron above - this action further reduces the regions gradient. Forcing further conductive induced precession as the electron, closer to the nucleus, is drawn to regions that have had greater time to recover from its own wake as well as that of it's neighbour's wake above. If the spacing of the electrons is  ...
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The purpose of this series of pages introducing "The Dynamic Nature of the Fabric of Space" is not only to find a publisher to turn this draft [first posted on the internet on December 1, 2008] into a book, but it is also to earn enough money to pay off my student loans, and hopefully raise enough money to initiate the Farm Robot Project. With any luck, and marketing, I will also be able to fund my robotic under water camera platform and observation posts. These would be used to both capture images of marine life, and also provide biologists with another tool to study life in the ocean. Along with this research, hopefully there will be a few patent spin-offs to generate additional income to keep the research and projects going. Presently I'm unable to effectively finance my own projects due to my student debt to which I'm enslaved to my student loan payments.

Along with finding a publisher I'd like to put out the word to mathematicians, physicists, or at least someone better at calculus & differential equations than me, that I have some ideas on the mathematics for the Fabric of Space atomic model. And that ideally I'd like to collaborate on some of the mathematics while completing the book. This would be a great opportunity for someone to start off their career, as the implications for both chemistry and physics are enormous.

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