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Now to the second part of that sum. One of those strings splits apart and unravels. It's catastrophic. The formation is lost and all the zipons in that string - simply tumble together in a massive nebulus. But as they do so all that latent energy - that velocity of 2c is expressed in two ways. Some of the zipons accelerate and lose volume - something less than 0.5. Some of the zipons decelerate and gain volume - something more than 0.5. But deceleration and acceleration is precisely proportionate to decrease and increase in mass - respectively.
Ok Vern. I explain the frequency of the phootn - still reconciled to C but with an interaction with the field. I'm not there yet. My question is - are we on the same page - bar 0.5 for the zippon mass?
I think if we can bend the zipons into little loops we can make a universe out of them. We can put two of them together front to back and see that we have all the trappings of a photon. Then we can bend these two into a loop and show that the bending causes an electric field on the outside of the bend. Then we have an electron.Put four such loops together in a sandwich and we can make a neutron 
I think Vern is in danger of becoming way too frivolous which is hardly appropriate to a science forum.
Glad to see you can turn some of Witsend's ideas into your concepts. I like that she has some very long strings. The wavelength of my longest dot-wave is 2 pi times the radius of the universe.
Quote from: jerrygg38Glad to see you can turn some of Witsend's ideas into your concepts. I like that she has some very long strings. The wavelength of my longest dot-wave is 2 pi times the radius of the universe.It was just an attempt to fit the notion into the real world.
EDIT - the point being that I kept starting posts and kept interrupting them to read Vern's message - and then lost my post. And it wasn't as if Vern had anything to say. He was showing off. Very distracting.
But I found symmetry in the smaller faster truant - not manifest. That's the first stable particle. The photon. Through some miracle it finds a partner with a precise velocity and mass to compensate for its own lack of velocity and mass. They're both at either side of the primary field.
Here's how I picture it the photon's interaction. They have a helical orbit on a shared axis. The one small twists bigger, the one big twists smaller. The meet at ground zero - the primary field - and they're then repelled into the neutral arms of the field at the junction of those two zipons - jerry's dots. But at that junction they swap lattices, the big to small and vice versa.
This is patently absurd. The more so as the photon can move through an almost infinite range of frequencies. BTW is there an upper or lower limit?