Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Near and far fields

Curt Youngs: Yes! At longer wave lengths an antenna is required. Now, radiation around the antenna develops a near field at the transmitter and the receiver. This near field is a standing wave. Within the standing wave, the electric and magnetic fields are at 90 degrees. In the far field, these fields are parallel to each other, and parallel to the propagation, so it is said.

Aaron: The reason, in my model, the near and far fields must be perpendicular to each other is that they are different vibrations. The far field I have described as the W boson and the near field is the Z boson. They have two different functions.

The W boson carries information directly from Gluon to Gluon. This is the far field. This field can travel large distances. The information it carries is voltage, current and charge plus a counter. When the W boson is received by another pro-spin Gluon, it is read as magnetism.

When the W boson is read by an anti-spin Gluon, it is read as pressure. It too is magnetism but non-baryonic Dark Matter uses this information differently. Dark Matter reacts to magnetism as a pressure and is repulsed by it. This causes a bubble in the Dark Matter allowing for Baryonic Specific Density (what use to be known as gravity).

The Z boson is the near field electric component of the Gluon's transmission of information. The Z boson excites the electron. This can have two outcomes. First is the releasing of a photon wave. Second is to excite the electron with charge, current, and voltage causing the near field.

As an antenna, an electron can move from atom to atom to continue to read information from the same wavelength. The longer the wavelength the further the electron travels up the field while reading. The electron reads one entire spin of the wavelength, gathering all the information from the photon wave. This information is converted to a z boson and returned to a gluon for processing. The gluon reacts to the information by expressing pressure, heat, and charge.

(Addendum) 5/10/09 - The W+/- and Z Bosons are nearly perpendicular to each other. The spin of the Baryon causes variation in position of each field. This is an equilibrium point.
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