Compressed Orbits and the Secret Behind E = mc²
Date: Saturday, January 28, 2017 @ 13:47:58 EST
Topic: Science

Input energy is required in order to produce an electron-positron pair from the vacuum.

This might suggest that these particles are being rescued from a low energy level, and that as such there is not very much actual energy being stored in the bound state.

This view changes when we examine how an electron and a positron could possibly be bonded together in a stable lattice in the first place.

This article introduces the very important distinction between a compressed orbit and an uncompressed orbit, and it is suggested that the background inertial and luminiferous medium is a store of centrifugal potential energy.

The paper is available at:

David Tombe

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