On the Motion of Electrical Bodies in Particle Accelerators

Note: To really comprehend this scientific article, you must have an understanding of the electromagnetic force as presented in both classical physics and in post-modern physics.

The presentation of the electromagnetic force in classical physics is the well-known Coulomb’s force law, and you can read about the post-modern presentation of the electromagnetic force in this scientific article.

In this scientific article, I will be explaining the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators based on the inverse square law. This is the only true and simple way to go about understanding the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

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“And God made two great lights; the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night…”

The Beginning – KJV

Introduction

The Cosmic Principle of Proportions: The fundamental distinctions that underlie the interactions of bodies are set based on the exhibition of lesser and greater proportions.

The above stated cosmic principle of proportions should obviously be what expands the generally accepted belief of the interactions of bodies based on polar opposites such as the negative and positive forces to what now includes the interactions of bodies based on proportional opposites such as the lesser and greater forces.

I have been contemplating this scientific article for some time now, and I think the time is now right for us to discuss the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators according to post-modern physics, examples of which are the linear accelerators and the synchrotrons which are a more advanced form of cyclotrons.

However, in this article, I will be explaining the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators by using a simple depiction of an accelerator which can easily be extended to other more complex depictions. 

The Illusion of Proportions

Before we proceed to the majorly scientific aspect of this article, I will like to bring to your attention to a kind of illusion which I have decided to call the illusion of proportions and it begins with a common observation that we make of the Sun and the Moon from our position on Earth.

What I am about to inform you about this common observation is very paramount in this scientific article and it will go a very long way in helping you to become suspicious of how we already understand the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

This is as a new understanding of the motion of these electrical particles is explained based on post-modern physics. So, what is this common but observation?

This common observation is the observation of the Sun and the Moon from the Earth. If you observe the Sun and the full-moon from the Earth, they appear to have the same size.

This is a common observation even though we know that the Sun is about 400 times the size of the Moon. Now, the Moon and the Sun seem to have the same size from Earth because as the Sun is 400 times bigger than the Moon, it is also at a distance from the Earth that is 400 times the distance of the Moon from the Earth.

So for an observer on Earth, the Sun and the Moon would seem to have the same size. The diagram below simply depicts this observation.

Perspective illusion between the Moon and the Sun

Figure 1: Perspective Illusion

This interplay of the respective lesser and greater proportions of the size of the Sun and the Moon and their distances away from the Earth is what creates the illusion that the Sun and Moon have the same size even though it is not true.

The Sun is actually bigger than the Moon and as said it is about 400 times bigger than the Moon. So, for an observer on Earth, if he hasn’t directly observed the Sun and the Moon using a telescope or any other more subtle means, he will not be able to know really which of them has the bigger size.

Now, imagine how the understanding of the Solar System will be for the observer on Earth if he goes with what he sees about the size of the Sun and the Moon with only the assistance of his physical eyes. Surely, he will have an abysmal understanding of the Solar System.

I want to point this out to you because a similar situation is what occurs in our description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators. And for the case of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators, the illusion goes deeper into the dynamics of these bodies in these accelerators.

So, we can say that an observer on Earth experiences a perspective illusion of the sizes of the Sun and the Moon while an observer experiences a dynamic illusion of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

While the latter goes deeper, both are still illusions due to the interplay of lesser and greater proportions. This is why I have decided to collectively call the both of them the illusion of proportions.

So, just like an observer on Earth would be wrong about the sizes of the Sun and the Moon unless he goes close using any of his physical tools, so also have we being wrong about the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators because we have not gone close enough to observe the motion of these particles in their true nature.

However, we can now do that with the provisions of post-modern physics. But before we get to the post-modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators, I will like us to first discuss the modern description.

Modern Physics and How Electrical Bodies Move in Particle Accelerators

To discuss how electrical bodies move in particle accelerators according to modern physics, we will first begin with a natural particle accelerator. By this, I refer to how electrical bodies move in the case of natural acceleration during attraction and we will use the electron and the proton as the two electrical bodies that form the natural particle accelerator in this scientific article.

So, our natural accelerator in this scientific article is the electron-proton system. Also, you must know that the same mechanism by which the electron and the proton are attracted or accelerated toward each other in this natural particle accelerator is what is extended to explain their motion in artificial particle accelerators.

I am bringing these two types of accelerators into our discussion because I want you to have a simple understanding of this scientific article. 

A Natural Particle Accelerator

This is important and the diagram below shows us a natural particle accelerator which is made up of an electron and a proton that are accelerated towards each other by their local fields.

A natural electron-proton accelerator

Figure 2: A Natural Electron-Proton Accelerator in Modern Physics

This simple diagram above clearly depicts how modern physics interpret the attraction or motion of an electron and a proton towards each other.

From the diagram above, the electron and the proton having negative and positive charges respectively are experiencing the same electromagnetic force which follows the simple Coulomb’s force law and for this reason, the centre of charge (CoC) is placed mid-way between them.

The focus is on the center of charge because according to modern physics, charge is what determines and governs the interactions of electrical bodies. This center of charge is placed mid-way between them as they both have the same charge magnitudes.

It then results that the same electromagnetic force is impressed on both the electron and the proton in the electron-proton accelerator according to modern physics and both electrical bodies will always remain at the same distance from their center of charge. This is what the above diagram shows as Fe=Fp.

Also, from the above diagram, I want to refer to the respective distances x and y between the electron and the proton from the center of charge as their electric distance from the center of charge, and it is important in this article because it will also be applied, though with a different interpretation, in the post-modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

So, for the charge governed motion of the electron and the proton, their electric distances x and y from the center of charge are equal in all conditions according to modern physics.

Having understood how the natural accelerator moves electrical bodies according to modern physics, it is important to know that it is this understanding that is extended to explain how electrical bodies move in an artificial particle accelerator.

This is what I want to show you in the next section. 

An Artifical Particle Accelerator

Now, this view of the case of attraction between the electron and the proton is what is extended to interpret how they move in artificial particle accelerators.

It first begins with the elucidation that when an electron and a proton are placed in an electric field in an artificial accelerator, the electron is attracted towards the positively charged pole while the proton is attracted toward the negatively charged pole or terminal.

An artificial accelerator in modern physics

Figure 3: An Artificial Accelerator in Modern Physics

I hope you can easily see from the above two figures, figures 2 and 3 for the natural accelerator and the artificial accelerator respectively, that the motions of electrical bodies are governed by charge according to modern physics.

This applies even to a magnetic accelerator where the poles of the magnet can be referred to as magnetic charges. The explanations are all the same in modern physics even though it seems like we are focused on an electric accelerator in this scientific article.

Now, according to modern physics, when an electron and a proton are placed in an artificial particle accelerator like the one above, because of the constant magnitude of charge, they would experience the same electromagnetic force and energy just like for the natural accelerator but their trajectory and acceleration become only further determined by their masses.

So, in modern physics, it is said that the electron experiences a greater deflection than the proton in an artificial accelerator because it has a lesser mass-to-charge ratio than the proton and that because of this the electron is easily accelerated than the proton by the same force and energy in Joules.

The above shows that the electron and the proton have equal electric distances x and y in the particle accelerator, so their different trajectories can only be due to their different masses or mass-to-charge ratios.

There is obviously an anomaly in the above paragraph, which is that in modern physics, the deflections of the electron and the proton do not show how they complete their electric distances in an artificial particle accelerator.

In modern physics, the deflections of the electron and the proton do not show how they complete their electric distances in an artificial particle accelerator.Click To Tweet

(Remember that the electric distance refers to the distance between an electrical body and the center of charge. The significance of the introduction of the concept of electric distance will not become very clear until we discuss the post-modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators which will be done shortly.

In modern physics, the electric distance should be considered as a more fundamental length than the length of the accelerator because it goes a long way in determining the trajectories and the character of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

Also, consider that in modern physics and for a magnetic accelerator, we would have the magnetic distance which would be the distance between the particles and their respective center of magnetic charge which would lie on the same vertical line like the two above centers of electric charge.)

This anomaly in the modern description of particle acceleration based on charge will be further addressed in the post-modern description.

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We can take the case of the acceleration of an electron and a proton in an artificial accelerator to be the case where the center of charge due to the pervading electric field splits as shown and does not lie on a common axis connecting the centers of the electron and the proton like in the natural accelerator. 

This splitting of the center of charge is obviously associated with the phenomenon of deflection in artificial particle accelerators. This deflection does not happen in natural accelerators as the charge center lies on a common line that cuts the centers of the electron and the proton. 

However, according to modern physics, the splitted center of charge will lie on the same vertical axis in the accelerator since they are both influenced by the same field force and energy in the accelerator. 

So, the electron and the proton still have equal electric distances x and y in the accelerator. Thus, according to modern physics, the difference in their motions and trajectories can only be due to their different mass-to-charge ratios. 

Looking at the diagram and at the modern description of the motion of the electron and the proton in the artificial accelerator, it seems as though the proton is the particle that at least tries to complete its own electric distance y since it has a greater mass-to-charge ratio according to modern physics.

Also, this situation can be reversed, such that the electron would tend to complete its electric distance x and the proton would tend to go father beyond its electric distance y.

For the first possible case shown, the electron tends to fall short of its electric distance x whereas the proton tends to complete its electric distance y. But for the second case not depicted, the electron would tend to complete its electric distance x whereas the proton would tend to fall farther away from its electric distance y.

Both are similar scenarios because in modern physics and in particle accelerators, the electron and the proton have equal electric distances x and y to cover.

Like I have said, this situation is an anomaly, it’s unnatural, for why would both particles not be able to only complete their electric distances or tend toward their respective center of charge as shown in the figure 3 above? You will understand this better when we get to post-modern physics.

Also, it has been observed that the energy it would take to accelerate a proton to a particular level is usually greater than the energy it would take to accelerate an electron to the same level and this same situation is said to be because they both have different masses or mass-to-charge ratios.

It therefore noteworthy to know that according to modern physics, all these differences in the motion of the electron and the proton in a particle accelerator are said to be due to the lesser and the greater masses of the electron and the proton respectively.

Modern physics goes further to inform us that the electron approaches the speed of light quicker than the proton because of it lesser mass-to-charge ratio. This is all the while maintaining that at any instant or point in a particle accelerator both the electron and the proton are given the same energy in Joules.

Now, before I proceed to the post-modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators, I will like to first of all show you the criticism against the discussed modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

The Criticism of the Modern Description of the Motion of Electrical Bodies in Particle Accelerators

If you notice carefully how I presented the modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in the natural and artificial accelerators, you will see that I avoided mentioning the mass-to-charge ratio when describing the motion of the electron and the proton in a natural accelerator but I did when I described their motion in an artificial accelerator.

Why did I do this? I did this in order to show you what I call the inadequacy of the inverse square law in modern physics or you can call it the inadequacy of Coulomb’s force law.

This inadequacy raises the question: why the need for mass in explaining the motion of electrical bodies in an electric or magnetic field if it is absent in Coulomb’s inverse square law itself? This is very important.

If mass is important for the motion of electrical bodies, why is it absent in Coulomb’s inverse square law? Coulomb’s force law should by itself be enough to explain the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators without the ad-hoc addition of mass.

If mass is important for the motion of electrical bodies, why is it absent in Coulomb's inverse square law?Click To Tweet

When we look at Coulomb’s law, mass is absent, yet we enforce it when we want to describe the motion of electrical bodies. For everything to be truly right, mass should be present in the Coulomb’s force law.

We must see immediately from Coulomb’s force law how mass affects the motion of the electron and the proton in particle accelerators. This inadequacy is what has resulted in the obvious disunity between the interpretation of natural accelerators and artificial accelerators according to modern physics.

Thus, modern physics does not provide a synthesized understanding of the motion of electrical bodies both in natural and artificial particle accelerators.

This is the ultimate aim of post-modern physics, which is to provide us with a completely synthesized description of the motion of electrical bodies in both natural and artificial accelerators based on the complete form of the electromagnetic, inverse square law which incorporates charge and mass.

The way we included mass as a factor in the mass-to-charge ratio into the interactions and the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators were ad-hoc and they were indicating to us that there is actually a real relationship between mass and charge in electromagnetism that had not been properly identified.

If the different masses of the electron and the proton are responsible for the differences in their motion in particle accelerators, then there must be a way to incorporate the role of mass directly into the Coulomb’s inverse square law and make it adequate.

A particle accelerator

This is the only way we can truly understand how the mass of the electron and that of the proton influence their motions in a natural accelerator and in an artificial accelerator.

This is where we now delve into post-modern physics which addresses the inadequacy of the Coulomb’s inverse square law. 

The Preliminary to the Post-modern Description

I have decided to include a preliminary before I present the post-modern description of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators because of how subtle and naturally hidden from human observation what I want to inform you are.

Why is the actual nature of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators naturally hidden from human observation? It is simply because, among other things, the essence of energy and light in the atomic world are not applicable in the world of the observer.

In the atomic world, we are talking about the energy in Joules/s2 and not about the energy in Joules which is the nature of energy to the human observer. Also, in the atomic world, we are talking about the acceleration of light and not the constant speed of light which is what light is to the human observer.

So, what I want to inform you about the motion of electrical bodies is coming from the illuminated attempt to pierce the veil of appearance into the nature of this kind of motion. There is a qualitative boundary between the observer and the electrical bodies in motion that he is attempting to observe.

It is not as simple as we thought! We have to become very careful and attentive to observe these particles as conceptually closely as possible. We don’t want to fall into the error of taking illusion for reality as sadly has been the case.

So, in this scientific article, I will be explaining when necessary how the differences in the nature of light between the human observer and the electrical bodies affect how the human observer interprets the motion of these electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

That is, I will be explaining the actual nature of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators from an atomic perspective and also from the perspective of the observer which is where modern physics had already placed its description of their motions.

Post-modern Physics and How Electrical Bodies Move in Particle Accelerators

Post-modern physics addresses the error in the modern description of the motion of electrical bodies by introducing mass into the electromagnetic inverse square law changing it from its original form which Coulomb first presented.

This leads to a whole new understanding of the motion of electrical bodies as I will share with you. So, like the modern description, for the post-modern description of the motion of electrical bodies, we will first begin with how they move in a natural accelerator. Remember that our natural accelerator is an electron-proton system.

A Natural Particle Accelerator

Now, in modern physics, the differences in the motion of the electron and the proton were due to their lesser and greater masses respectively. But in post-modern physics, the differences in their motion is due to the lesser and the greater accelerations of light.

Notice the difference between the modern and the post-modern perspectives for this is where the new understanding of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators begins.

The lesser and the greater accelerations of light are the natural results of unifying mass and charge in the electromagnetic inverse square law. This is depicted in our natural accelerator below:

An natural electron-proton accelerator in post-modern physics

Figure 4: A Natural Electron-Proton Accelerator in Post-modern Physics

From the above diagram, it can be seen that the electron is closer to what I call the center of electromagnetic acceleration (CoEA) or just the center of acceleration of the electron-proton system while the proton is farther away from it.

The lesser and the greater accelerations of light are the natural result of unifying mass and charge in the electromagnetic inverse square law.Click To Tweet

The center of electromagnetic acceleration is similar to the center of charge for the electron-proton system in modern physics, but the center of electromagnetic acceleration (CoEA) is due to the fact that the interactions of these bodies are directly governed by the acceleration of light and not their charges.

So, electromagnetic acceleration in this scientific article refers to the acceleration of light and remember that it is a quantity that embodies the unity of mass and charge in the inverse square law.

Now, as shown above, the electron is closer to the center of electromagnetic acceleration than the proton, but nevertheless, the electron moves with a lesser acceleration or force Fe towards the center of electromagnetic acceleration than the proton which is moving with a greater acceleration or force Fp.

Remember that in modern physics, the center of charge for the electron-proton system is equidistant to both particles. This is not so for the center of electromagnetic acceleration in post-modern physics and as shown in figure 4 above.

However, something happens in the center of electromagnetic acceleration in post-modern physics that doesn’t happen in the center of charge in modern physics. What this something is is what I called dynamic illusion at the beginning of this scientific article.

This dynamic illusion is that for an observer at the center of electromagnetic acceleration of the electron-proton natural accelerator both particles are carrying the same acceleration towards this center.

This dynamic illusion is due to the fact that the electron while having a lesser acceleration is closer to the electromagnetic center than the proton which is farther from the center of electromagnetic acceleration but has a greater acceleration than that of the electron.

This dynamic illusion is just similar to the perspective illusion that happens to someone observing the Sun and the Moon from the Earth, but it goes deeper beyond sizes to actual dynamics as it obviously implies.

(You can compare figures 1 and 4 to see this similarity. You know, because modern physics describes the interaction between the electron and the proton based on only charge, it usually ignores their different masses in the diagrams.

But in the above post-modern depiction, we are making the effort show that the electron and the proton have different masses just like the Moon and the Sun. This is why the proton is drawn to be bigger than the electron. This is just to show this and to make you see the connection between perspective illusion and dynamic illusion.)

So, the dynamic illusion is what occurs at the center of electromagnetic acceleration of a particle accelerator which causes the electron and the proton to appear to have the same acceleration even though they don’t. I want you to hold this understanding of dynamic illusion as we proceed.

In post-modern physics, we come to the simple realization that the acceleration of light is naturally greater for the proton than for the electron and it is because of this that the proton requires a greater energy in Joules/s2 to accelerate than the electron even in the natural accelerator shown above.

This is what has been observed in a somewhat different sense in artificial accelerators which we will discuss in the next section.

I want you to understand from this section that the center of electromagnetic acceleration between an electron and a proton is not equidistant to both particles and that the electron naturally carries a lesser acceleration to the center of acceleration than the proton.

This is as the electromagnetic distance x between the electron and the center of acceleration is lesser than the electromagnetic distance y between the proton and the center of acceleration. So, according to the diagram above, the electron has a lesser electromagnetic distance x than the electromagnetic distance y of the proton.

In post-modern physics, the electromagnetic distance is the analogy of the electric distance for modern physics, it’s just that the electromagnetic distance refers to the distance of either the electron and the proton from the center of electromagnetic acceleration and not the center of charge.

An Artificial Particle Accelerator

Just like for modern physics, in the artificial accelerators, the center of electromagnetic acceleration no longer coincides as they become splitted due to the pervading electromagnetic field (and not electric field) in the particle accelerator.

In discussing the motion of electrical bodies in artificial particle accelerators according to post-modern physics, we will look firstly at the deflection after which we will then look at the dynamics of an electron and a proton in a particle accelerator and how the observation or interpretation may differ for the human observer.

The Deflection of the Electron and the Proton

As shown below, the proton is accelerated towards the pole of the greater acceleration of light while the electron is accelerated towards the pole of the lesser acceleration of light.

An artificial accelerator in post-modern physics

Figure 5: An Artificial Accelerator in Post-modern Physics

Now, in post-modern physics, the electron experiences a greater deflection in accelerated space (not just space) because of its lesser acceleration and lesser electromagnetic distance than those of the proton in the artificial particle accelerator.

The proton experiences a lesser deflection because of its greater acceleration and electromagnetic distance y in the particle accelerator. That is, the proton has a greater electromagnetic distance to cover in the accelerator than the electron.

(In post-modern physics, the electromagnetic distance is a more fundamental length than the length of the accelerator).

Now, the observer is able to observe this exactly because of the continuity of accelerated space between the observer and the electrical bodies, but because of his wrong physics, he simply attributes these differences in deflection to the different mass-to-charge ratios of the electron and the proton.

According to the observer following modern physics which maintains that the electron and the proton have the same electric distance, the proton experiences a lesser deflection than the electron because it has a higher mass-to-charge ratio than the electron.

But in post-modern physics, the difference in the deflection of the electron and the proton in particle accelerators is simply because they are influenced by the unequal accelerations of light to travel different electromagnetic distances in artificial particle accelerators.

I want you to see that the observation of the deflection of the electron and the proton is the same for the observer as it is in the atomic world, but their interpretations are different. This continuity in observation is because of the continuity of accelerated space for the observer and the electrical bodies.

This continuity of accelerated space for the observer and the electrical bodies corroborates the two corollaries found in the Treatise. I will discuss them soon in this blog.

So, post-modern physics introduces naturalness into our understanding of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators. It informs us that the deflected paths the electron and the proton follow in the accelerators are their natural paths due to the two different accelerations of light in the accelerator.

Deflection is more natural in the post-modern explanation of electrical bodies in particle accelerators than in the modern explanation, and as can be seen in figure 3 for the artificial accelerator in modern physics, the electron and the proton are not heading towards their respective centers of charge in the accelerator.

But in figure 5 above for the artificial accelerator in post-modern physics, the electron and the proton are naturally heading toward their respective centers of electromagnetic acceleration (CoEA).

This is the true meaning of natural deflection which post-modern informs us about the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators. What we had before in modern physics where artificial deflection and not natural deflection.

In modern physics, the electron and the proton not only deflect from one opposite pole, but also from their respective center of charge.

This is not the case in post-modern physics, and as shown above, both the electron and the proton deflect from one of the poles but they are heading towards their respective center of electromagnetic acceleration.

Now, let’s proceed to discuss the dynamics of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

The Dynamics of the Motion of the Electron and the Proton

In the dynamics of the motion of the electron and the proton, we begin to look at their energy, acceleration and any other quantity of motion.

Now, this continuity which is found for accelerated space no longer continues for energy and the actual dynamics of the motion of these electrical bodies as the nature of energy and the nature of light are not the same for the observer and for the particles.

The observer sees that in the particle accelerator he can naturally influence the electron and the proton with the same force and energy in Joules. But post-modern insists that it is impossible and that the electron naturally carries a lesser force Fand energy in Joules/s2 than the force Fp and energy in Joules/s2 carried by the proton.

Now, seeming contrary to the above, the observer even observes that the electron is approaching the speed of light faster than the proton for the same energy in Joules applied to them.

Considering that outside the atomic world, both the lesser and the greater accelerations of light becomes the one constant speed of light for the observer, so the electron only seems to approach the speed of light faster than the proton because it is attempting to approach an acceleration of light that is lesser than that of the proton in the atomic world.

In the atomic world, the electron and the proton are attempting to approach different accelerations of light and not the constant speed of light which the observer knows, but because of this real divide in the nature of light between the observer and the electrical bodies, he assumes that both the electron and the proton are actually attempting to approach the same constant speed of light in the atomic world.

Light is an acceleration limit of motion in the atomic light, but outside the atomic world, light is as a speed limit. This is why the observer sees that the electron approaches the speed of light than the proton.

Light is an acceleration limit of motion in the atomic light, but outside the atomic world, light is as a speed limit.Click To Tweet

The acceleration of light for the electron which translates to the speed of light for the observer is actually lesser than the acceleration of light for the proton which also translates or transforms to the speed of light for the observer. The observer cannot escape this divide.

The same way the observer thinks that the electron and the proton are racing towards the same speed of light is also the same way the observer thinks that in an artificial particle accelerator, like the one drawn above, the electron and the proton are being impacted the same energy in Joules, whereas in the atomic world, they are being impacted different energies in Joules/s2 .

I want you to see how the observer is really wrong about the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators according to the laws of the atomic world. The observer cannot in any way observe light accelerate or experience the energy in Joules/s2. These are the unique experiences of the atomic world.

We are now escaping the illusion to go conceptually closer and observe the motion of these particles using the actual post-modern laws of atomic physics.

Thinking that the electron and the proton are racing towards the same speed of light and consequently being impacted with the same energy in Joules, the observer has proceeded to build the body of description in modern physics discussed above.

This is why the observer then attributes the differences in the motion of the electron and the proton to their different masses or mass-to-charge ratios not knowing that they are due to the different accelerations of light for the electron and the proton.

When an electron and a proton are placed in a particle accelerator, they are immediately influenced by different forces Fe and Fp and different energies in Joules/s2 and they immediately race toward different accelerations of light. 

But for a human observer, the electron and the proton are influenced by the same energy in Joules and they are racing towards the same speed of light c.

When an electron and a proton are placed in a particle accelerator, they are immediately influenced by different energies in Joules/s^2 and they immediately race toward different accelerations of light.Click To Tweet

I want you to see how the fact that the electron and the proton are influenced by the different energies in Joules/s2 is associated with the different accelerations of light in the atomic world and how the fact that the electron and the proton are influenced by the same energy in Joules outside the atomic world is associated with the constant speed of light.

The difference in the nature of light for the two electrical bodies and for the human observer is what causes the difference in the nature and the comparative quantity of their impacted energies.

For the observer, the electron and the proton are racing towards the same speed of light by the same energy in Joules, but in the atomic world, the electron and the proton are racing towards different accelerations of light by different energy in Joules/s2.

Looking at the above, we will see that the observations of both are related because what is happening inside the atomic world is what is qualitatively transformed to suit the observer outside the atomic world.

We can even in this sense say that the observer is not wrong about his observations but this will only be due to post-modern physics and not due to modern physics which is conceptually wrong about the nature of electromagnetic interactions.

And in another sense, the third paragraph above shows that the human observer is experiencing dynamic illusion.

The sense in which the electron and the proton are racing towards the same speed of light and are impressed with the same energy correlates with the observation of the motion of the electron and the proton from their coincided center of electromagnetic attraction in the atomic world. 

From their center of electromagnetic acceleration in the atomic world, it would seem as though the electron and the proton have the equal energies in Joules/s2 and are therefore racing towards equal accelerations of light just as it seems to the observer that the electron and the proton could be impressed with the same energy in Joules and are racing towards the same speed of light.

So, the observer outside the atomic world is observing a dynamic illusion of the motion of the electron and the proton in particle accelerators. His observation of the motion of the electron and the proton is similar to and it is a translation of the observation of the motion of the electron and the proton from the center of electromagnetic acceleration.

Remember what I told you about perspective illusion which happens to an observer on Earth who without close observation will think that the Sun and the Moon have the same size. The same is occurring in the human observation of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

Only close observation by the laws of post-modern physics will show the observer that the proton has a greater energy in Joules/s2 than the electron at any instant in a particle accelerator and that both cannot have the equal energies in Joules/s2.

But without close conceptual observation, the observer takes that in a particle accelerator, both the electron and the proton are impacted the same energy in Joules but their trajectory and motion in the accelerator become different due to their different mass-to-charge ratio.

Taking that they have the same energy and are racing towards the same speed of light is a dynamic illusion because of its similarity with the observation of the motion of the electron and the proton from the center of electromagnetic acceleration.

Crucial Discussion

In my scientific articles on post-modern electromagnetism, you will come across me say easily that the electron carries a lesser acceleration than the proton in a particle accelerator.

This obviously seems contradictory to what is generally accepted in modern physics. So to address what only seems as a contradiction is why I have written this scientific article.

All of my scientific articles discuss natural phenomena in a way that obviously questions our understanding and observations of these natural phenomena and this scientific article is specially one of them.

It informs us that our observations of the motion of electrical bodies in a particle accelerator are dynamic illusions or the translation of the true nature of their motion in the atomic world at best. There is no case for the observer of unhindered observation and complete interpretation of electrical motion.

We have always had this suspicion that the atomic world is a closed box and this was because of quantum mechanics. But what I am informing you in this scientific article is closely related to how we have been understanding even the double-slit experiment.

If we accelerate particles using accelerators towards a double-slit and cannot explain the results of the experiment, then it means that something is wrong with how we understand the motion of these particles in the accelerator, so not just the outcome of the experiment should be our concern.

The new explanation of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators presented in this scientific article harmonizes with the explanation of the double-slit experiment presented in this article.

This scientific article shows us that to understand the double-slit experiment, we have to look into the acceleration of light and the energy in Joules/s2 and how they determine the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators and not the speed of light and the energy in Joules.

In post-modern physics, mass is completely absorbed into the new inverse square law for electromagnetic interactions. This is the simple but revolutionary way in which we have changed our understanding of the motion of electrical bodies.

This was not the case in modern physics where mass was not a part of Coulomb’s law. There is so much wrong with modern physics and how it describes the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators and this is beyond the fact that there is a boundary between the human observer and the electrical bodies.

In comparing the modern and post-modern descriptions of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators, you can see how post-modern physics is the truth.

Modern physics describes the motion of electrical bodies based on the relationship between force and charge but post-modern physics describes the motion of electrical bodies based on the relationship between force and (the) acceleration (of light).

I want you to see from the above how the electromagnetic force is better presented in post-modern physics with its association with acceleration than in modern physics with its association with charge. 

This is why we can now claim to have a better understanding of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators in post-modern physics than in modern physics.

Conclusion

In this discussion of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators in both modern and post-modern physics, we began with a natural accelerator which is simply an electron-proton system, and we know that there is relative motion between them due to attraction.

This first and simple discussion is what was extended to explain the motion of an electron and a proton in an artificial particle accelerator which is also another case of attraction but that is due to a greater pervading field inside the accelerator.

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It is high time we understood the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators according to the laws of post-modern physics. This is the effort that is being made in this scientific article.

Post-modern physics is informing us that the electron and the proton in a particle accelerator naturally carry different energies in Joules/s2 and cannot have or be impressed with the same energy in Joules and that they are racing towards two different accelerations of light and not the same constant speed of light.

The above, among others, are what changes our understanding of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators and they are fundamentally different propositions from what we had in modern physics.

We now have to go closer to these atomic particles and it’s now possible because of post-modern physics. And as we go closer, it then becomes possible not to fall into illusions and unmatching interpretations of the motion of electrical bodies in particle accelerators.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa



M. V. Echa

M. V. Echa

My message is the universe, my truth is the universe, and this blog contains all you need to know about the universe, from the true nature of reality to the long-sought unity of the cosmos — which is the big picture!