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What is that grey sphere that produces the colour track as moves ?
Is that a "photon" ?
Yes, that is a base photon (sub-infrared). It is just a visualization of the stacked spin mehtod to make larger particles. My point was that it starts as a spining sphere and is a real physical entity. It is very rough, there is also a picture in this paper by miles > http://milesmathis.com/neon.pdf
on page six, with quote:
John McVay sent me a color diagram he created to picture this, and I have
added it for those who need immediate gratification.
I think he actually has one too many spins. The innermost spin would be axial, so it wouldn't create a
larger spin radius. But this diagram does help you see both the space inside and the channels through
the proton itself. An electron moving through a proton would need to navigate those spins, avoiding
the inmost nut. In later papers I will show that at some energies that isn't feasible, but that at some it
is. The electron moving through has to have more velocity than the nut of the proton, in which case it
can outrun it, you see. It can get through before the proton core hits it. Of course that is a visual and
theoretical simplification, but it gives you the rough idea.
Transistors work with real physical photons (the base kind, sub-infrared)