Basically my current theory is that gravitational forces of all the stuff of the universe and their constraining gravitational force upon themselves cause light and particles to form spirals as they move through the universe. This is supposed to give light its property of frequency will being able to remain a particle.
The Problem of the Electron
Anyone who has read my previous thread Theory of Spiral Energy will remember that I left off with the dilemma of the Electron and the problems with it being able to have a workable physical shape or form.
I may have an answer to this now and offer it to the scientific community.
Originally I considered a vertical spiral out from the centre of the atom that was standing but spinning like one of those spinning tops. The problem this creates is that the top has a spin in one direction and the inner end has a spin in the opposite direction. In other words it created a negative force at one end and a positive force at the other end. Grab a slinky and see for yourself. Just doesn't sound right to me.
Then I considered a torus spiral spinning around the centre of the torus but the problem with this is that the top of the torus creates a left to right period and the bottom creates a right to left period which again creates opposite forces. Again the electron would be positive at the top or bottom and the opposite side vice-versa. As I said that doesn't sound right to me.
It occurred to me, just before writing this, to think about the gravitational effects and how this would shape an electron. If you recall from my previous thread I said that for light travelling through any medium - including space - that the greater the gravitational pull upon the light the more shorter and fatter the light spiral will get. Hence why light travels slower through glass but faster through air and fastest in space where there is the least pull on it as it travels by.
Well, if we apply this idea to electrons we can come up with something similar in a more confined space and still retain an electron that has only one force (as in negative).
First we take the spinning spiral idea where the spiral starts from the outside and spirals down in the direction of the nucleus. Next we consider the thread of the spiral. That thread being in a confined space is being acted upon by gravity so again it will fatten and shorten and form a spiral of its own.
If you were able to look at it with a microscope (which we can't) you would see the electron as a spiral. If you zoomed into closer to part of the thread of that spiral once you got close enough you would begin to see that that thread was itself actually a spiral.
Let's consider just two iterations of this spiral of a spiral (kind of like a fractal). I say two because it may be that each spiral thread in this constrained space may itself be a spiral and the thread of that spiral may also be a spiral and so on and so on. It may be an infinite number of spirals of spirals just like a fractal.
But as I said let's just consider two iterations. (I could be visualising this wrong but I've considered it and I think I am visualising it right).
Now the main spiral as I originally thought spins on its axis. This makes it a standing spiral as it is considered for the exercise to be in one place. Just like current theory talks about electrons being standing waves except with I replace these with spirals. What this generates is that the second iteration spiral is now not a standing spiral but is actually moving through space like the light spiral.
Now does this fix the problem of generating only a negative force? I think it does. If you look at the beginning of the spiralled spiral from the top you will see a left to right period moving in relation to you. If you look at the end of the spiralled spiral from the bottom you will see a left to fight period moving in relation to you. If you look at it from the side you will also see a left to right period moving in relation to you.
In this way you get a negative force all around the electron.
If you think about it it is kind of like a marriage of my first two ideas.
Phew! I think I've given myself a solution now to the problem I was having with my idea. I hope this helps someone out there to further science and maybe get it on the right track if I turn out to be right. At the moment fundamental science theory seems to be based upon and hinge a little bit on plain old simple magic.