Light itself is a resonance of two frequencies that form the electric and magnetic fields with a three-dimensional length-space that expands and advances as a spherical wave as well as a cylindrical expansion and advancement. This explains the double-slit experiment in its 'particle' and 'wave' appearances, and is represented by the Fine Structure Constant of (2pi*((e^2))/((16pi^2(e-sub-emax)^2)). The cylinder is ((2pi)*(e^2)), and the wave is ((e-sub-emax^2)*(16pi^2)), where 16pi^2=2 orthogonal spheres or 4 torus-shapes, and 2pi=cylindrical geometry. Not only does it describe the geometry, but also 2pi describes 1-spin, and 16pi^2 describes 2-spin. Thus the 8pi difference is to unite these two spins and geometry and form a geometrical and spin resonance. There is a way that the radiation in these two manners makes a point on the film or wall it hits, which is a mystery to me as of late, as a single dimension of mass is a line, which can form a circle, and not a point-center-of-mass.

- Sithri
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Spin progresses at 1/2, 1, 3/2, 2 spin.

((pi)/(16))=1/2 spin,

2pi=1-spin,

((pi^2)/2)=3/2 spin

and 16pi^2=2-spin.

½ spin turns into 3/2 spin by multiplying by 8pi. Changing 1-spin into 2-spin is also by multiplying by 8pi. Also, ½ spin into 1-spin is a multiple of 32, and the same with 3/2 spin to 2-spin being a multiple of 32. Changing from 1-spin to 3/2 spin is multiplying by pi/4, of which 8pi is 32 multiplied by it.

This means that the fine-structure constant of alpha, which is

alpha=(((e^2)*8pi)/(e-sub-emax^2))

balances out 1-spin to 2-spin and 1/2 spin to 3/2-spin. Thus electrostatic charge and magnetic charge are equivalent in the fine-structure constant, and electrons and positrons, both 1/2 spin, meeting, make a photon that is 1-spin in mass by multiplying by 32.

Spin is not ‘spinning a top’; it is the number of rotations per cycle, which is a way of quantizing degrees of freedom of choice in quantization of onta.

I noticed that if electrostatic charge is one-spin, that is, having one pole, then if magnetism is to be a certain spin, then it's 2-spin, because a magnetic monopole would be exactly electrostatic charge. 2-spin is two poles of magnetic charge out of 2-spin total, while 1-spin is one pole out of 2-spin total, which means that it is either positive or negative electrostatic charge. Mass is ½ out of 2-spin total, thus being 4 ‘poles’ or choices out of 2-spin of choices of ‘poles.’ But mass is something that doesn’t have ‘poles’ like electrostatic or magnetic charge, thus its choices remain within the realm of mass. For mass, the following is the meaning of the 2-spin cyle being 4 times ½: Up and down onn spin, right or left hand spin which is equivalent to forwards-backwards time because the spin-direction is related to the forwards or backwards time that they exhibit, positive or negative gravitational mass, and Proton or electron mass.

((pi)/(16))=1/2 spin,

2pi=1-spin,

((pi^2)/2)=3/2 spin

and 16pi^2=2-spin.

½ spin turns into 3/2 spin by multiplying by 8pi. Changing 1-spin into 2-spin is also by multiplying by 8pi. Also, ½ spin into 1-spin is a multiple of 32, and the same with 3/2 spin to 2-spin being a multiple of 32. Changing from 1-spin to 3/2 spin is multiplying by pi/4, of which 8pi is 32 multiplied by it.

This means that the fine-structure constant of alpha, which is

alpha=(((e^2)*8pi)/(e-sub-emax^2))

balances out 1-spin to 2-spin and 1/2 spin to 3/2-spin. Thus electrostatic charge and magnetic charge are equivalent in the fine-structure constant, and electrons and positrons, both 1/2 spin, meeting, make a photon that is 1-spin in mass by multiplying by 32.

Spin is not ‘spinning a top’; it is the number of rotations per cycle, which is a way of quantizing degrees of freedom of choice in quantization of onta.

I noticed that if electrostatic charge is one-spin, that is, having one pole, then if magnetism is to be a certain spin, then it's 2-spin, because a magnetic monopole would be exactly electrostatic charge. 2-spin is two poles of magnetic charge out of 2-spin total, while 1-spin is one pole out of 2-spin total, which means that it is either positive or negative electrostatic charge. Mass is ½ out of 2-spin total, thus being 4 ‘poles’ or choices out of 2-spin of choices of ‘poles.’ But mass is something that doesn’t have ‘poles’ like electrostatic or magnetic charge, thus its choices remain within the realm of mass. For mass, the following is the meaning of the 2-spin cyle being 4 times ½: Up and down onn spin, right or left hand spin which is equivalent to forwards-backwards time because the spin-direction is related to the forwards or backwards time that they exhibit, positive or negative gravitational mass, and Proton or electron mass.

- Sithri
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