The  Intercategorical Physics

Chapter V

The Discovery of Ergomatter

Another problem that needs to be solved is this. In modern physics it is easy to find the mass of any given atom simply by adding up its electrons, protons, and neutrons and subtracting a small amount of binding energy. Unfortunately, however, the protons would repel each other electromagnetically if they were packed together as closely as they actually are inside the nuclei of atoms Even the electrons in their orbits are subject to some degree to this repulsion of like charges. So muons had to be added as atomic energy-binders in the electromagnetic fields of the electrons and protons, and pions had to be added as nuclear mass-binders in the nuclear strong-force fields inside the nuclei for binding proton to proton and neutron to neutron. Unfortunately, however the electrons, protons, and neutrons were included in the total atomic mass but not the muons and pions. So, how can the muons and pions bind up the atom and its nucleus without their considerable masses being detected in the total mass of the atom itself? To get out of this difficulty some physicists were ready to assert that the pions were created and destroyed as they entered and left the uncertainty interval of their moment of binding action. We might just as well affirm that the sun was created every morning and destroyed every night simply because its mass does not figure directly inside the earth's gravity field. Actually, however, what we had here were categorical spatial physicists trying to solve an intercategorical problem. It wasn't that the muons and pions mysteriously lost their masses during the binding interval, but that their masses were active in other categories. Evidently here we had particles passing in and out of the category of space at regular intervals to bind together the protons and electrons and neutrons of the material atoms in space. But where did they go when they left the category of space? Soon we discovered that the muons were going back and forth into space and time out of the category of energy and that the pions were going back and forth into space and time out of the category of mass. Then we discovered in the process that the category of energy was occupied by a form of matter called ergomatter made up of muoprotons and muoneutrons and ergoelectrons, and that the category of mass was occupied by a form of matter called mesomatter (mesonic matter) composed of pioprotons and pioneutrons and mesoelectrons.

The equation for the muon is q2c2eb.

(4.803,250 x 10-10)2 x (2.997,925 x 10-10)2 x 0.996,496,6 = 206.627,31 emu.

To this must then be added the weak-force binding neutrinos---1 muino (0.081,507.3) + 2 electrinos (0.029,984,84 x 2)---minus 1 q-gyrino (0.000,586,673) for the electric charge, giving 206.7682 as the mass of the muon (compare this to the measured 206.7684 emu).

What does this equation represent? It tells us that a muon is a celeritonic (c = celerity of light), electromagnetic (K) field consisting of two electric q-charges revolving around an electron base eb at the celerity of light and bound to it by adding three neutrinos with a q-gyrino subtracted as its particle charge.

 

The Celeritonic (c) Electromagnetic (K) Field of the Muon

Now there are two kinds of electromagnetic K fields---the atomic binding energy muonic fields rbe = K/mc2 with a celeritonic (c2) mass energy in the denominator, and a spatial electronic field re = K/mv2 with a velocitonic (v2) mass-energy in the denominator. A celeriton is particle that travels at the celerity of light c, and a velociton is a particle that travels at some lesser velocity v. Since K is the electromagnetic constant q2 (2.307,121 x 10-19 erg-cm), the two charges can be moving with respect to their electron base at the celerity of light (in which case the whole field shrinks away into a particle called the muon) Or they can be moving at some lesser velocity v (in which case we have an ordinary electromagnetic field. Where the relative velocity of the charges is ve, the velocity of the electron in the hydrogen atom, 2187.69 km/sec., the velocitonic radius re is exactly A = 137·036,02 times the celeritonic radius rbe.

A good example is the muonic binding-energy field of the neutron. Problem: Find the binding energy radius of the electron and proton and antielectrino as they come together to form a neutron.

The difference between the neutron (1838.640,238 emu) and the proton (1836.108,947) is 2.531,291 emu. Add the mass of 1 antielectrino (0.029,984,8), and we get 2.561,276 emu. Multiply this by the mass of the electron 9.109,558,6 x 10-28 gm, and we get a total mass of 2.333.209,2 x 10-27 gm. Multiply this by c2 = (2.997,925 x 1010)2 - (8.987,554,3 x 1020), and we get a binding energy of 2.096,984,4 x 10-6 erg. Place this in the denominator of the equation rbe = K/BE. Then the binding energy radius: rbe = 2.307,121 x 10-19/2.096,984,4 x l0-6 = 1·100,209 x 10-13

Therefore, the electron with its antielectrino is found at a distance of 1.1 fermions from the center of the proton (1.1 x 10-13 cm being the optical radius of the proton) as the three particles come together to form the neutron. Such is the muomagnetic type of field formed inside of matter by muons emanating from muoprotonic ergomatter in the category of energy completely outside of our three-dimensional space.

In our experience ergomatter is the stuff out of which our energy bodies are made. Every living creature has not only a physical material body but also a psychic energy body made of ergomatter. Everything made of velocitonic matter or antimatter will perish, for particles traveling at less than the velocity of light can be slowed down to a stop. But everything made of the five celeritonic forms of substance is made of particles that always travel at the velocity of light. In the beginning. yesteryear, today, tomorrow, and forever..., they are still traveling at the velocity of light. Never do they either speed up or slow down.

Photomatter is one of these celeritonic substances out of which our social corporate bodies are made. Ergomatter is another celeritonic material. Our soul bodies of energy are made of ergomatter. We can see them now through the wonders of aural photography. But they will be with us always. When we die and step out of these material bodies and leave them behind us as corpses and pass into the next world, we will find ourselves still in our soul bodies that last forever. Those who accept the testimony of the Bible should here read the story of the rich man and Lazarus in Luke 16i19-31· There two men, the one rich and the other poor, died and left physical material bodies behind; but when they reached the hereafter, they found themselves still clothed in psychic ergomaterial bodies with eyes, bosoms, fingers, and tongues with which to experience their new life or existence in the Great Beyond.

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