Space, Field & Matter


  1. We may view Space as “undisturbed field” with zero frequency. As space is disturbed a field of finite frequency is generated.

  2. The field has electrical and magnetic aspects to it. As these aspects change, they reinforce each other through generation of force.

  3. Thus field conveys force, which brings about changes elsewhere.

  4. Inertia is expressed as “mass” in classical mechanics of matter. The equivalent expression of inertia would be as “frequency” in the field.

  5. Inertia in a field shall increase with frequency. Higher frequency regions in a field shall have higher inertia, and more force shall be conveyed through such regions.

  6. In very high frequency regions in a field, the frequency may condense and precipitate as mass.

  7. Field has properties of interference and diffraction.


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  • vinaire  On December 7, 2015 at 5:37 AM

    I think that photon (light particle) is a different kind of particle than all the other particles because it is a simple disturbance. Other particles are higher frequency disturbances within disturbance.

  • vinaire  On December 7, 2015 at 5:40 AM

    Photons appear only in interactions. So they may be particles in the sense of energy and not necessarily spatially. Photons are elements of an electromagnetic field but they are not discrete spatially. The electromagnetic field is something continuous.

    This would explain the results of the double-slit experiment.

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