Tuesday, March 24, 2009

8. The Pyronic Field

The Pyronic Field is where we live. It is far from the edge of the universe, so questions regarding The Pyronic Edge are moot, as any "pyronic energy" transferred from or to a pyron will be to or from another adjacent pyron, and not possibly create a new one, as it would have to if it was The Original Pyron with its Fundamental Anthropic Energy, or the Edge Pyrons, which are constantly creating new Pyrons as well as bouncing MatterWaves that reach the Edge back into the Universe.

We are moving rapidly through this field, which is static.

Energy is defined as massless bundled up waves.

Matter is defined as bundled up waves with mass.

What we call "quanta," i.e., particles, are therefore defined as a concentration of pyrons rapidly gaining or losing "on/off" energy states, thus giving the illusion of particles.

Think of the pyronic field as being the blackboard upon which all energy and mass are written, and you will be well on your way to understanding this theory, and hopefully coming up with experiments to either prove or disprove it.

A good analogy would be the screen at a cinema. The film is projected onto the screen. The screen is the pyronic field, and each timestep of 3-D space is one frame of the film.

With these few assumptions, and based on experiments to date and other theories, we first hope to show the exact dimensions and structures of photons, gluons, neutrinos, quarks, and electrons.

I am indebted to Louis-Victor-Pierre-Raymond, 7th duc de Broglie (1892-1987), better known as Louis de Broglie, whose seminal 1924 paper first positing the wave nature of matter got me thinking of this subject in the first place.

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