THE NATURE OF MATTER
PART I THE BACKGROUND OF MATTER
OF A BACKGROUND
The cosmic background radiation and magnetic flux were immediately realized to be manifestions of the background of
The cosmic background radiation and magnetic flux are proposed to be manifestions of the background of
Section 1 Magnetic Flux as Evidence of the Background of Matter
Section 2 Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation as Evidence of the Background of Matter
Section 3 Conseqences and Considerations
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Part III PHYSICS MYSTERIES
Part III Physics Mysteries Explained: Chapter 1 The Missing Mass of Galactic Rotation
Part III Physics Mysteries Explained: Chapter 7 The Nature of Magnetic Flux
MAGNETIC FLUX AS EVIDENCE OF THE BACKGROUND OF MATTER
Section 1 Overview
The flow of magnetic flux is proposed to be the flow of the background ocean of matter.
COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND RADIATION AS EVIDENCE OF THE BACKGROUND OF MATTER
Section 2 Overview
The cosmic microwave background radiation is proposed to be the thermal blackbody
radiation of the background of matter.
CONSEQUENCES AND CONSIDERATIONS
Section 3 Overview
The phenomenon know as virtual particle screening
is proposed to be caused by the energy hosted by the screened charged particle temporarily
borrowed by background oceanic particles in the vacinity of the screened particle,
which then screen the charge particle.
The background of matter is proposed to be the source of matter required for particle
The `m' famous in the equation E=mc2 stands for mass, but it is presently
confused with the `m' in matter. Matter is proposed to be permanent in nature. Matter
is proposed to be permanent in nature, as energy is presently known to be.
The General Theory of Relativity idea that the curvature of spacetime is responsible
for the path a massive object will follow through spacetime is proposed to be the
same concept as the flow of the background of matter being responsible for the path
that a mass will follow through the background of matter.
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