excerpts and rebuttals. Miles, Sparky, and Airman
M1. In my theory, all objects are “gravitating” and all objects are emitting
A1. Lloyd mode on.
M2.The electron, due to its very small radius and surface area, is able to dodge most of the photon bombardment from the proton.
S2. No problem here, but keep this in mind.
A2. Two nearby objects will reach an equilibrium distance, balanced between gravity and the charge field, and within the ambient field.
M3. rate of gravitation is dependent upon its radius, and nothing else.
S3. Not so sure about this. Mass is suppose to inter into the metrics.
A3. This is central. Newton invented the mass variable as a basic unit, but it is not a basic unit. Mass is a product - density times volume . Density is the rate of charge emission. Gravity, it turns out, is a function of the object's size alone. Gravity and the charge field co-exist within the mass variable. And they have been that way all along.
M4. The Earth must be emitting a very powerful charge field, radially out from its surface. Now, this field is not the electric field or the magnetic field, but it underlies and causes both.
S4. Radially?? Away from, yes. It would appear as a hair ball, with lines extending out in all directions.
A4. Not a hair ball, but more like a single dandelion. In your picture below you show several dandelions, which doesn't represent the earth well.
M5. The electrons would be expected to be moving almost parallel to each other, out from the center of the Earth,
S5. See previous answer! Remember, "center of the Earth".
A5. Radially out from the center of the Earth. The great majority of the photons comprising the Earth's emission field behave as a rain of particles traveling up from the ground. Granted, even in the desert each grain of sand is emitting in all directions, most of the photons travel straight up.
M6. In fact, we detect the charge field indirectly every time we detect the electric field or the magnetic field. The E/M field, as it is known now, cannot act as it does without a mechanical cause, and the charge field is that mechanical cause.
S6. Not so fast with the conclusion....bumping photons does not seem like an efficient way to produce a magnetic field.
A6. Miles is asserting that the charge field causes the electric and magnetic fields. Let him explain.
M7. The field lines and potentials can only be caused by a sub-field, and this sub-field is made up of what I have called B-photons. That is, by bombarding photons that are real and mechanical.
S7. Correct observation, but bombardment is not a field. It is too random, and chaotic.
A7. Each impact conveys forward and orthogonal forces. All the impacts together can be taken as a field result, which quantify the total forward and orthogonal forces. A lot of the random and chaotic can be just heat or light.
M8. The electrons are physically carried along with the B-photons, by direct contact.
S8. Remember the previous quote?
A8. The photons are really tiny, but they are still able to be push electrons along. In a chaotic, or balanced field, the electron wouldn't be pushed along, but instead display brownian, herky jerky random movements. Electrons will flow where the charge field flows, at a much slower speed.
M9. The electron, due to its very small radius and surface area, is able to dodge most of the photon bombardment from the proton.
S9. n Does not seem consistent.
A9. We look out and see that the moon and sun appear the same size, the same size the proton appears to the electron. The objects tend to drift together as per gravity, until charge bombargment begins to separate them.
M10. The charge field is being emitted radially, so that although the field lines are nearly parallel on the surface of the Earth, they are not completely parallel. The distance between these lines must increase with greater distance from the surface. In this way, the rod acts as a sort of reverse funnel. It creates an area of low pressure above it, increasing in size with greater height. In this way it is able to capture electron flows, even electron flows that are not directly above the rod.
S10. As explained, no near parallel radiation. It is a hair ball! Therefore all conclusions from that premise are illogical. MM's imagination has failed at this point.
A10. The Earth's emission causes electrons to flow up until they reach an equilibrium between the emission and gravity.
M11. How does a storm create that low potential area? Simply by varying cloud densities. The clouds are material and so must block the charge field just like the pyramid does, though on a smaller scale.
S11. Cloud Density!!?? Yes, clouds are material, so they are emitting just as all mater emits! And some of that photon emittance goes down! Again, like a hair ball, it moves away from a cloud in all directions. A cloud can block sunlight, but a charge field?!
A11. The earth's emission field travels up from the surface bumping electrons along. Some of the charge field is blocked by clouds, which also causes an electron build up on the clouds' bottom. Electrons from the surface traveling close by, up past the edge of the cloud will no be stopped by the cloud itself, but will tend accumulate above the cloud, in the shade from the charge field given by the cloud. Simultaneous charge separations are caused by the Sun and Moon, though smaller than the Earth's own emission field.
M12. blocking the field emitted by the Earth as a whole, thereby creating a pocket or funnel of low charge pressure reaching up into the sky.
S12. Oh, give me a break!! The Earth emits as a hair ball. So does all matter! The pyramid does not block Earth's charge, it supplies part of that charge, in all directions!
A12. True, but the earth's perpendicular emission is the dominating field here.
M13. simply because the Earth has a lot more mass behind every unit of area
S13. Remember, super dense clouds block charge field. Why doesn't the top layer of Earth block charge from below??!!
A13. It does. Dust and water vapor water are also pushed up by the emission field.
Sparky: I do wish I could find the information about the pyramid's electrical connections...
Me: I think that water could have been part of the circuit.