2.c.2.b.3. Motion and mass of the electron

We have just seen what electrons are and the meaning of their motion within an orbit in dynamic equilibrium. We had also previously seen the special characteristics of the electron mass.

Now we are going try to understand the configuration of electron orbits from an analytical perspective; that is, which the points of equilibrium of the different forces are and why these points are found in what are called points of gravito-magnetic potential valley.

For a more simple presentation of electron configuration, electron motion and electron mass, let us take a look at the following elements of the atom one by one, in spite of the fact that they all coexist in the atomic structure.

The goal is to communicate bit by bit:

  • Orbital levels of the electron configuration in the atom

    Due to both the electron motion and the number of loops of globine, or reticular structure of gravity, of which electrons are made up, the different stable orbits are formed within the characteristics outlined in the previous section.

    Naturally, the electron mass or wavine is based on the loops and on the physical limit of the creation of the loop by transversal torsion.

    Therefore, since the torsion force is discrete, the orbital levels, the electron mass and the energy of change between some levels and others of the electron configuration will also be discrete. As always, the electron motion is purely mechanical and there is no magic involved, nor are there forces at a distance, other-worldly dimensions or time-travelling, nor Alchemy, nor anything of the sort.

    All these relationships in the structure of the atom with mass and electron motion are brought together by the complex Rydberg constant and the various numerical series that modulate it.

    Gravitational Law of Equivalence
    g = [ c² * h * R / G ] * n

    The Rydberg constant is also included in the Giga-Chron experiment. In order for this experiment to have a positive result in every case of electron configuration, the Rydberg constant has to be modulated for the different orbital levels.

    [ G * g = c² * h * R * n ]

    The Balmer, Paschen, and Lyman series adjust the different levels of energy of the electrons with the Rydberg constant (the wavelength appears in all the numerical series mentioned above, but we know that it corresponds to the frequency and, consequently, to the energy).

  • Annulment of the electromagnetic positive charge

    In the new electron configuration of the atomic structure, the electron is a loop, curl, spiral or particle belonging to the family of wavons, which is created at the points where the two forces of torsion meet, forces which have the same spin in the direction of their movement but are opposed to each other.

    Both the creation of the electron mass as well as the electron motion are a result of the mechanism of elastic relaxation of the transversal torsion forces. Consequently, both forces dissolve, and the electric charge of the whole disappears.

    It can also mean the difference in magnetic potential between a positive charge and a neutral mass or a null electromagnetic potential. In any case, the mechanism of elastic relaxation is the same.

    Electron configurationAtomic structure
    Electron configuration

    What has happened is that the energy of transversal tension has been transformed into energy of reversible deformation, or elastic deformation tension, that is, an accumulation of electromagnetic energy in the form of a spiral, in other words, physical mass.

    A third possibility is that the exterior of the atom has a large negative charge, so more electrons are formed than are needed to neutralize it, and the atom will end up with negative electric charge.

    This condition of equilibrium of the electron configuration is also found included in the formulation of the Giga-Chron experiment.

  • Annulment of the gravitational force

    Meanwhile, something similar happens to the tension of longitudinal curvature in which, before changing the sign of the convexity of the lines of gravitational tension, a point of inflexion will be produced, where the force will also be null. The need to modulate the force of gravitation in the surroundings of the atomic nucleus due to the spatial configuration of globine has been mentioned in the section on Gravitation at atomic distances.

    It seems to me that the electron configuration in the current Quantum Physics considers that the mass of the electron does not end up falling into the nucleus of the atom due to the electron motion because of the Principle of Uncertainty. In my opinion, that form of argument has always seemed very odd and very mistaken; either that or it is a bunch of fiction.

    However, the fact that the atom and its electron configuration are situated in a particular gravitational field – for example on Earth or the Space Station – does not mean that there are more or fewer electrons, but rather that the point of inflection of the longitudinal tension of globine may be at a larger or smaller distance from the nucleus of the atom.

    This condition is what makes it possible for the fundamental equation in the Global Equivalence Theory – in which Global Mechanics is included – to be applicable in all situations, both for the previous case of the different atomic levels as well as for the different conditions of gravity that we are discussing here.

    As in the previous case, this condition of the electron configuration is empirically verified with the Giga-Chron experiment, or one of its analogous presentations:

    [ g = E c/ G ]

  • Electron mass

    In the interior of the loops that make up the mass of the electron, or wavine, the density of matter increases; this is a general characteristic or property of the phase of matter that constitutes mass.

    It also seems that in this case, the language of mathematics includes this aspect in the same fundamental equation. It would make sense that, if this equation is the fundamental one for a Theory of Everything, then it would include the constants, or relationships, between the essential magnitudes of the model:

    [ g = m c3/ G ]

    One must keep in mind that, when discussing photons, we observed how the speed of a transversal wave in a non-dispersive medium does not depend on the intensity or energy of the wave; but does depend on the square root of the longitudinal tension and on its density.

  • Contraction and expansion of globine by electrons

    In the section regarding the creation of physical mass, we saw how it provokes the spatial contraction of the reticular structure of matter, or globine.

    It seems that Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, without realizing it, defines space as a combination of the points – or reticules – which make up the structure of gravity and its tension; as if motion were merely a displacement over them. If they move, come together or separate, it is thought that it is space itself which contracts or expands, or that time changes.

    Then, the inevitable happens! Everything becomes complicated and space ends up getting confused with time, and reality with the observers.

    The implications that Global Mechanics has on movement is analyzed in the section on Physics and movement in gravity of the online book Global Dynamics.

    In the creation of the mass of electrons, or wavine, the phenomenon of spatial contraction also occurs; that is, the gravito-magnetic changes of the reticular structure of matter constantly produce contractions and expansions in it. If this is defined as space instead of movement of globine, that’s another problem; in my opinion, this is not correct, it is not necessary, and it creates many more problems than it resolves.

    Fortunately, Chemistry changes the volume without resorting to the expansion of space or of the Universe due to an increase in the temperature of an element or chemical compound. Not even Alchemy would have been brave enough to attempt such a thing!

I hope that with these general outlines I have managed to express the most pertinent and relevant ideas of Global Mechanics regarding electron motion, the structure of the atom, and fundamental particles.