SECTION 7-6: DOT-WAVE SPINS AND SPHERICAL OSCILLATIONS

Another important feature of the bipolar dot-waves is a spherical oscillation. The dot-wave may exist at the Plank radius one split second and at the proton radius at another split second. The stationary dot-wave has both spin momentum and spherical momentum. When the dot-wave moves, only the total momentum is conserved. Therefore:

(Linear + Angular +Spherical) Momentum = Constant (7-15)

Equation 7-15 is the conservation law for the dot-waves and is applicable to Quantum Mechanics as well. The sum of all the momentum’s is a constant although any momentum can change into a different momentum.

Mass = Spherical momentum with Angular momentum (7-16)

Photon = Linear Momentum with Angular momentum (7-17)

When a mass-dot changes to a photonic-dot, the spherical momentum becomes linear momentum. At the same time the angular momentum can change.

In the same manner we can define charge momentum and magnetic momentum as:

(Linear + Angular + Spherical) electro-momentum = Constant (7-18)

Equation 7-18 is the conservation law for the dot-waves in the electrical domain. The total electro-momentum is constant although any momentum can change into a different momentum.

Charge = Spherical electro-momentum with Angular electro-momentum (7-19)

Magnetic = Linear electro-momentum with Angular electro-momentum (7-20)

When a charge-dot become a magnetic-dot, the spherical electro-momentum become linear electro-momentum. At the same time the angular electro-momentum can change.