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ZetaTalk: Particle Flow
Note: written on Feb 15, 1997.


Magnetic particles flow from the nucleus and back into the nucleus on the other side of the atom. Where the iron atom is among others in a fluid state, such as liquid metal when heated, the flow moves from one atom’s outlet point to the intake point of another atom nearby, thus magnetized iron. Humans have learned to magnify and set the direction in this liquid iron by setting a strong magnet alongside, creating yet another magnet in the process. Some humans are confused by our magnetism cycle description of 3 groups of 3 in a cycle of 10, or 4 groups of 3 in a cycle of 12. A cycle is a completed electron or other subatomic particle pattern around the nucleus of an atom. Equate the subatomic magnetic particles and their pattern, for simplicities sake, to sub-way trains leaving the central station to go out into the suburbs and then returning. Normally the train schedules are regular, continuous, but in some cities they become infrequent during the middle of the day or middle of the night, when there are expected to be few travelers. There may even be breaks in the pattern so that shift turnover can occur, or maintenance. Now, equate the flow of magnetic particles from the nucleus to the steady press of passengers, and assume a steady flow arriving at the central station. Assume that these passengers, like subatomic particles, do not care which direction they go in. If the trains are kept running at an even pace, there would at no time be an accumulation of passengers during one portion of the 24 hour day than another. The train loads would be equalized, or close to that.

Gravity acts in a mechanical fashion, failing to interact with all but a handful of sub-atomic particles, so being an independent particle on the move both the downward drift and upblasts push aside atomic structures in their path. The particle flow of gravity particles is rapid, and the interaction with other particles essentially mechanical, so the bulk of interactions is out from a gravity giant and back into that giant. The reason the updraft is faster is not only due to the pressure that occurs when a press finds an outlet, but due to the pathway that is arranged. Like water spouting from a breach in a dam, this moves faster not only because of the pressure, but because the flow itself provides a type of vacuum behind it, sucking in what would fill that vacuum. The force of the flow keeps the atomic structures which have been pushed aside to the side, and this likewise allows the intensity of the updraft to continue until abated. Thus, the exit has a greater speed, while the entry spreads its mechanical press downward over a larger area, and for a longer time.

Relative to the slow drift of gravity particles downward, the outward bursts are 4.87235 time faster. Compared to the speed of light, gravity particles move more slowly. If gravity moves at a rate of 1, light is a rate of 9.87104, a ratio putting gravity at approximately 1/10 of the speed of light. We use the imagery of two fire hoses pointed at one another to explain when the Repulsion Force kicks in. The water flow from such a hose is high pressure, as the stream is to reach to the top of buildings, optimally, and carries a lot of water so as to put out the fire. If the firemen holding these two hoses stand close together, they had better have their shoes nailed to the floor, as the push back is strong. Moved further apart, they find a couple things changing, so holding the hoses is still difficult, but the push back has reduced. First, the water pressure in the stream has reduced due to spray to the side as well as straight ahead, relieving the pressure. Second, the water stream has spread to the sides, and increasingly as water is lost in spray, the amount of water is reduced.

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