1. Besides the 2°.7 blackbody of Penzias and Wilson and the other known electro-magnetic radiation of space I assume there to be much other. More than 90% of the substance of the world is unaccounted for; it is needed to account for the formation of the gravitational systems. If this missing mass is in the form of photons we should have enough.

2. The elementary particle aspect of the UPT with which this paper is concerned was first conceived in about 1957, excerpts of which were printed in pamphlet form (on three occasions in the early 1960's). New data was added as it became available. I call the overall scheme the unified particle theory, and intend publishing the concept in book form. As far as I can determine the French-Swiss LeSage was the first to propose a particle shadowing effect gravity.

3. Though a filled in cylinder is not apparently a prequisite here, it might give us a clue as to why the Bohr energy orbits contain the numbers: 1,4, 9 ... 36 (Balmer and other series). If R, r are the lii (in usual sense) of the torus; then in maintaining a constant volumn as r assumes values 1, 1/2, 1/3 R assumes the values 1, 4, 9...

4. I apologize if due credit has not been given anywhere. I have little access to the literature.

5. I assume that both the broken and unbroken tori have the ability to replicate themselves, given enough energy through acceleration. The new material is from the basics of space. But no torus can rcplicate unless it has basics on both sides (and acceleration sees to this) thereby producing pairs of components of opposite spins and Hows — all the intrinsic properties there are (all other properties arc seen as caused by these spins, and flows, and, their interactions with basics).

7. The electron charge remains constant due to constant volumn, spin, and flow of the torus.

8. Although the numbers and kinds of particles and resonances are, by this hypothesis, restricted in the lower mass range there are nearly unlimited possibilities at higher and higher masses, given sufficient energy of acceleration and some degree of stability.

9. Since I have made the assumption that nr>thing exists except the basic photons of space the two tori, broken and unbroken ones, then -ii '"forces" of nature, gravity, weak, electromagnetic. and strong must ensue from these. It is not difficult to envision that tori in proper juxtaposition would be difficult to break apart because of helicity of basics (charge) flowing through the holes of tori whereas at some distance we might

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have repulsion. Further, certain positionings can be seen as readily breaking apart, i.e., being pushed apart; others only slowly, only after having flipped over — recall, if you will, that we have a preference of helicity for the closed tori; and a permanent hclicity for the broken ones. And gravity can be seen as a push shadowing gravity, much like the one LcSagc envisioned. The total interactions (weakening) of the basic flux is the important criterion here. We need no "field" - - the weakened flux density is the field.

10. In our view an electric "field" is the alignment of spins of basics causcd In the flow of electrons through the basic stuff of space; a magnetic field is the spin alignment of basics caused by the flow of the basic stuff through electrons (which are alligned and usually "stationary"). In both cases the basics go through the hole of the torus, i.e., when the tori move past the basics we have the electrical, and when the basics move past the tori we have the magnetic one.

11. In the famous parity overthrow experiment suggested by Lee and Yang.

13. Radioactivity, its randomness, and tunnelling are naturally explainable by slight inho-mogeneitics in the basic flux. One should not stop here. Both the high energy production and super-luminal velocities of QSO's can be seen as causcd by matter (galaxies) having reached near the edge of a bounded, steady — more or less — ball of basic flux. The nearer one comes to the edge the more particles that become unstable. Out of the flux all are unstable. Total internal reflection will keep the size of the world constant. At edge of basic flux, matter all across a galaxie, without regard to extent, could simultaneously break up to radiation — hence the "superluminal" velocities.

14. If this view (from the unified particic theory) is correct then the v, while possibly masslcss, should not of necessity have a linear velocity of c. By producing short bursts of neutrinos one should be able to time the flight of the bunches. A test. An alternative to this view of the v. -.nd one which I once considered, was this: It is a mold pattern molded in the basic flux by reactions against that flux by the tori — a pattern molded by kick-back at time of break up of composites, so it would be a dimple in the flux of specified energy and spin angular momentum.



The expansion and collapse of the coil's magnetic field can aiso be considered independently of the cylindrical permanent magnet. In addition, the cylindrical perma nent magnet could be placed inside the coil structure If this is done, then \ to avoid a "cancellation Q effect" the width of the opening on the coil structure should exceed the end width of the cylindrical permanent magnet.


spiral-helix path of gyroscopic particles (only a few depicted) which generate the magnetic field around the coil


input (catalytic) current direction to mtiaily align the atoms - within the copper coil

[When this happens the gyroscopic particies physically expana away from the atoms of the wire from which the gyroscopic part cles emanate ]

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