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Hypothesis of the Principle of Particle Pulsation. (Original in 1980)

Authors: Terubumi Honjou

Hypothesis of the principle of particle pulsation. (Original in 1980) Elementary particles repeat the divergence and contraction of self-energy. The spontaneous breaking from the symmetry of the vacuum space is repeated at a very high speed. It is an energy aggregate that changes the degree of self-mass at a moment. The vacuum space is filled with energy, and the energy acts as a repulsive force to each other and holds the symmetry. The energy atmosphere is the vacuum itself. The vacuum space has a symmetry that the energy density of the energy atmosphere is the storage amount. The increase or decrease in the energy density from the vacuum level is a breach of the symmetry to the positive or negative, causing the mass to become a distortion of the space. Particle and wave conversion is repeated at a very high speed by alternating the symmetry breaking of the positive and the negative with the pulsation with the particle. In the mass extinction process of the particle pulsation, the whole mass of the particles is converted into energy and released into the field. Subsequently, it becomes mass generation stroke by the reaction, an equivalent amount of energy containing the information of the field is absorbed, the mass of the equivalent is formed again particles.

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