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The Theory of Absolutes © 2009
by: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND
A philosophical, theological, and science-based exploration of physics and life
To discover God’s principles and Laws underlying the phenomena of:
Particles & Fields, Classical & Quantum Mechanics, Relativity;
the fundamental nature of Mass, Energy, Space,  and Time;
and the logic and purpose motivating the drama of Body, Soul, & Spirit
Note:
Pre-Publication Edition: Contains Duplication, Errata, Incompletely Developed Concepts, and Discarded Hypotheses

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Photon Capture

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

 

o This energy capture can only occur when the incoming photon’s kinetic energy field is properly directed and focused in relationship to the orbital electron.  

o The photon must directly impact the orbital electron.  If properly oriented and positioned, the photon’s E field will accelerate the orbital electron, causing it to absorb the energy of the photon.  

o To properly connect with the orbital electron and accelerate it, the photon must superimpose its kinetic energy field parallel to the electron’s orbital tangent.  

o This will accelerate the photons E field with the orbital electron’s velocity, thus allowing the E field energy to accelerates the orbital electron, and thus convert the photon’s E field energy into B field kinetic energy.

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