The Two Fundamental Magnitudes of the Acceleration of Light

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Physics is experiencing a paradigm shift, which is transforming our understanding of electromagnetism. Basic concepts such as positive and negative charges are giving way for the much profound and encompassing concepts of the lesser and greater accelerations of light.

This article is about the focused description or presentation of these new concepts. This article introduces what would be known in this post-modern era as the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light.

Before now, we had the two charge signs, which are the positive and negative charges. We described the translatory motion of electrical particles, such as the electron and the proton, based on how they respond to electric charge, and these particles in themselves are said to possess charge. The electron is said to be negatively charged while the proton is said to be positively charged.

However, we describe the rotatory motion of electrical particles, such as the electron and the proton, based on how it produces the phenomenon of magnetism.

In a magnet, we proposed that magnetism is caused by the collectively aligned spinning electrons and by following this description, we were able to assign two poles to a magnet, the north pole and the south pole, and which are called “magnetic poles”.

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So, we had two kinds of electrical charges for the description of ‘electricity’ and two kinds of magnetic poles for the description of ‘magnetism’. These concepts were what served us in our understanding, though unapprovedly, of the two aspects of electromagnetism, which are electricity and magnetism.

But now that we have come to the maturity of scientific knowledge, we have to do away with these two separate concepts and begin to understand electromagnetism as a unified phenomenon of electricity and magnetism and should no longer separate these two aspects.

This is what brings us to the new concept of the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light that assists us in understanding both the translatory and the rotatory motions of electrical particles on the unified basis of electromagnetism.

The diagram below shows you how the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light apply to the translatory motion of an electron and a proton, which are also being attracted or pulled towards each other, and now by light and not charge. As you can see, charge is omitted in the diagram.

The two fundamental magnitudes

In the diagram above, you can see how the lesser acceleration sign < replaces the negative charge sign – for the translatory motion of the electron while the greater acceleration sign > replaces the positive charge sign + for the proton.

Also, the length of the field is what is obviously used to depict magnitude. The above shows that the electron translates due to the lesser acceleration of light < while the proton translates due to the greater acceleration of light >.

The electron translates due to the lesser acceleration of light < while the proton translates due to the greater acceleration of light >.Click To Tweet

This is why an electron has a lesser acceleration and a greater deflection in an accelerator while the proton has a greater acceleration and a lesser deflection in an accelerator.

So, the observed differences in the acceleration and deflection of an electron and a proton in an accelerator have nothing to do with the interaction or resistance of either to the pervading ‘electric field’, but rather due to their different respective interactions with the two electromagnetic fields present in particle accelerators

Also, and very importantly, notice how the lesser and accelerations signs are attached to the electromagnetic field and not to the particles themselves. The two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light are not attached to electrical particles but to the field (light). This implies that we now have a complete field description of the motion of electrical bodies.

We now have a complete field description of the motion of electrical bodies.Click To Tweet

Now, for the rotatory motion of an electron and a proton, we have similar diagrammatic representation, and which is shown below:

The two fundamental magnitudes

The above shows us how the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light also govern the rotation or spin of an electron and a proton. The electron spins due to the lesser acceleration of light < while the proton spins due to the greater acceleration of light >.

The electron spins due to the lesser acceleration of light < while the proton spins due to the greater acceleration of light >.Click To Tweet

This is how we now describe magnetic accelerators or magnetic materials. So, the electron has a lesser spin while the proton has a greater spin because of the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light for all electrical particles or bodies.

Therefore, we should no longer be mystified by the observation that protons naturally have a greater spin than electrons. This is due to the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light for the electron and for the proton and not due to any supposed “quark” or “gluons”.

In other words, the acceleration of light cannot in any way be fundamentally the same for an electron and a proton. You now have to understand this.

The acceleration of light cannot in any way be fundamentally the same for an electron and a proton.Click To Tweet

Also, the above description of the rotation or the spin of electrons and protons is what now forces us to abandon the former concepts of magnetic poles, which as you may have thought is a superficial attachment to the phenomenon of ‘magnetism’. 

The motion of electrical bodies, whether translatory or rotatory, will in this post-modern era be described based on electromagnetic field or light and not separately on the electric field and the magnetic field. This is the great legacy of the new theory of electromagnetism.

This article shows you exclusively the concept of the two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light. Also, we now have to make it a tradition to insert the lesser sign < and the greater sign > in our diagrammatic presentation of electromagnetic interactions.

The concept of charge, like I said in my other article on the accelerator principle linked above, still remains, but it is now an entirely positive value without the notions of negative and positive signs attached to it. The acceleration of light, which is the exclusive property of the electromagnetic field, is what now produces the acceleration of electrical bodies.

The acceleration of light, which is the exclusive property of the electromagnetic field, is what now produces the acceleration of electrical bodies.Click To Tweet

The two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light is a post-modern concept which strips our description of electromagnetic interactions from their particle dependency and places them on their true field dependency.

So, electricity and magnetism are now two phenomena that are only distinct in the manner that translatory and rotatory motions are distinct and not because of the concepts of charge and magnetic poles.

The two fundamental magnitudes of the acceleration of light is now the sole concept for describing electricity and magnetism based on how light influences respectively the translatory and rotatory motions of electrical bodies.

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!