I started to ask this "elsewhere"... I still think this is a good question...

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I also have a question that might be interesting... where does that electric field in an electromagnetic wave "come from"? Once you have that you can "construct" particles but as a fundamental concept... where is it coming from? I assume that it is a non-linear effect in "Uberspace"... but what? It must be related to the fluctuating energy somehow. Has anyone got a classical idea about the origin of this precisely and without much ambiguity. Please do not use charges to explain it. Remember "energy" does not carry charge, yet "uncharged" photons propagating exhibit this plus ... minus 'wave" phenomenon. Note also you need to simultaneously explain what is magnetism somehow too.

The other aspect of this question you may think about is what about the virtual photon? What about that strong unseen interaction (think of the forces in a bar magnet)... What do you think causes it and where is it "really" coming from? Yeah I know about "moving electrons" but what about that "force"?

What I would like is "apeman" to come up with a paper on this...

The other aspect of this question you may think about is what about the virtual photon? What about that strong unseen interaction (think of the forces in a bar magnet)... What do you think causes it and where is it "really" coming from? Yeah I know about "moving electrons" but what about that "force"?

What I would like is "apeman" to come up with a paper on this...

The deformation of "Uberspace" in higher dimensions must result in this "unbalanced" property we see as electric charge. There is that scalar and vector potential that is responsible for the Aharanov-Bohm Effect. This seems to be the proto-property that electromagnetism is "seeping out of". It is though a "neutral" property is "displaced" and their centers are no longer coincident and what you get is this "stress" in the "ether". Please do not take that word literally. There could be some zero point energy pervading all space and all dimensions. Maybe this is an imbalance between dimensions when you place them under stress. You can create matter and anti-matter from just this kind of energy.

For instance an electron positron pair from two very energetic photons with the right geometry. Before you have that matter and anti-matter there must be some "proto-stuff" from which energy is able to work on to raise that dynamic charge. It is indeed similar to plucking a string.... isn't it? It is possible that something can be moved between dimensions and then this tension is there to "push it back" from where it has come from. If you push hard enough you "create" stuff from just energy. For instance the bending of these dimensions usually produces nothing other than an "elastic" recoil (EM waves but not spawned from the source - evanescent). If the process is intense enough such as if the energy density compared with the wavelength of this "disturbance" exceeds h times the frequency (E=hf) then a particle (a photon) will form. More energy, higher density it spawns particles and antiparticles. The constant "h" is an impulse and the photon is a multiple of that frequency (linear function). The "bubble" packet formed by this process works similar to blowing bubbles using a small loop and a soap solution. You also need someone to blow. Fast and hard for small bubbles and loops, long and slow for big bubbles and loops. The small bubbles have higher surface tensions than the big bubbles so the small bubbles could store more energy (short wavelength - high frequency).

The energy of blowing produces bubbles of a fixed size from a "loop" of fixed dimensions. Blowing needs to exceed a critical "velocity" otherwise no bubbles actually are spawned. Maybe higher dimensional space is like that loop and the energy that deforms it 'blows bubbles" in hyperspace. A minimum of energy will be necessary to blow the first bubble and all successive bubbles need the same tension to create new "quanta". Bigger loops with soap bubbles need to be inflated more to produce a big bubble. The bigger the size of the bubble... you need to "blow" for a longer period to inflate them before they finally pinch off, but the energy is actually lower. Little loops have more tension in their bubbles. There are two competing ideas... the diameter of the bubble... small bubbles have high surface tension but "something" is also stored in the volume of the surface area of the bubble... a competing concept (small bubbles store less surface and big bubbles will have larger surfaces). Is this the simultaneous "electric" and "magnetic" concept? The size of the bubble is a function of the wavelength (size) of the "bubble". If it has a near infinite wavelength it would have a very large surface area but very little curvature of the surface. Consider "two bubbles" touching each other one inflating and the other contracting... exchanging energy dynamically. Bubbles that are unable to make it to a critical size to "pinch off" as a free standing bubble just "stretch" the "membrane" back and forth endlessly without the capacity to breach the work function of the "spawning" surface (loop).

Here we have principles of a quantum, the energy density which inflates the bubble and higher dimensions. The equation E=hf is a "stiffness" factor of dimensions. The size of the photon is critically dependent on the ability of the dimensionally curved bubble to form. Too big... it will not "spawn" the bubble, too small it requires too great an energy density to blow it up. Spaces are "elastic" and it is a fixed "elastic membrane". Remember those small balloons that, as a child, you had to get your dad to blow up for you even though they were small? ... he he he! The bigger balloons you could handle. Paradoxical eh!

Back to the first question... what about the charges? Is this something to do with trans-dimensional energy bouncing back and forth? Shuffling the energy from one brane to the other? Maybe this process actually "creates" the dimensions as it goes and this is an actual creation event of space itself. After all before you create a "brane" there was none so this higher dimensional object is forced to be "inflated" from the vacuum. Something we take for granted in our Universe is the space itself. This "space" is not in 3D + T so it does not affect our space but it does affect the greater manifold. The charges could be a reflection of "stuff" in our dimensions of 3D + T being pushed into new "fresh" hyper-dimensions at right angles to our 3D + T dimensions. The "complex" or "imaginary" (i,j,k) higher spaces do not look like "distances" but like "charges" seen from 3D + T, especially before they pinch off from our Universe.

What do people think of this concept? I would like others to comment please.

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