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Posted by Michael Gutchess on October 4, 2002 19:50:29 UTC

Mr Redbourne,
I want to hear it allright. Where does one go for it? I am a true dissident of relativity.

The duality of energy and anti-energy is the only way to make something out of nothing, which at one point, or many, happened on a great scale.
There are others who believe in the dual particle nature of light. I found a very interesting vision at http://www.lighttheory.com.
It is similar to what I came up with on my own. I have not yet contacted Mr. Urbina, though I will soon.

There needs to be no mechanism for generating negative or anti energy; because of the dual nature of EM waves, and the continuous radiation caused by orbiting electrons and other shifting charges in all matter, there is the possibility of alternate charge, or spin alignment in cross-flowing (standing) waves of equal wavelength between bodies of matter. This is what causes gravitational attraction, not the emission of anti-energy.

As for conservation of energy - why is it that the average value of all energy in empty space is zero? Quite simply, there are equal amounts of energy and anti-energy.

Best Regards,
Mog

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