[forcefieldpropulsionphysics] Re: Ross: The electron of Tessien versus the electron of Milo Wolff
- Well, yes and no.
Correct, spacetimes wave energy converges into the electron standing wave.
Indeed, as it converges, it becomes the electrons standing wave due to
refraction changing the geometry of the waves from the more cube like
spacetime geometry into the spherical electron geometry.
On the way out, the spherical exiting waves are curved and become the more
cubic geometry of spacetime wave energy.
So in essence, all matter in a galaxy and in the universe is buzzing and
contributing to the energy of spacetime due to all of the out waves from
all resonances. So yes, it is spacetimes wave energy that is converging
into the electron, but without a universe of matter, emitting wave energy,
there would be no spacetime wave structure in the ocean of aether.
Also, while the majority of the universe is just buzzing (residual buzzing
from the big bang), the buzzing is also being re-enforced. This happens
due to all exothermic reactions. Remember that aether is emitted in fusion
reactions (all exothermic reactions). But remember too that it is emitted
in bursts, in cadence with the local buzzing of spacetime. So exothermic
reactions are the "noisy speakers" driving acoustic energy out into the
universe to keep the spacetime wave energy buzzing.
It is conceivable that there could be some places inside of our universe
where there isn't an organized structure of spacetime waves. In the lobes
shooting out of black holes could be one such place. In any event, in such
a place, any matter would just boil and release all of it's confined aether
in a big explosion, and no matter would remain. Sort of a mini big bang.