﻿ The Electron Phase Shift

12: THE  ELECTRON  PHASE  SHIFT

The lambda / 2 phase shift.

The lambda spaced lines on the wave peaks switch to valleys on the right.

The electron is a pulsation wave center because its standing waves progressively transform to regular traveling waves.

The emitted energy is borrowed from all aether waves traveling in the vicinity because of a lens effect.

 Now, let us suppose that two electrons are very close together. Then only pure standing waves, not partially standing waves, are present. It becomes obvious that the wave addition, especially along the axis joining them, may vary. As a matter of fact, adding or removing just a half-wavelength to the distance produces opposite effects which are clearly visible in the diagrams below.

Intermediate on-axis waves cancel, but the rest add constructively beyond both electrons.

The external radiation pressure produces an attraction effect.

Here, the distance is .5 wavelength shorter and the result is rather a repulsion effect.

Intermediate waves add constructively but they rather cancel beyond both electrons.

So there should be an equilibrium point for a .25 wavelength distance difference.

The electron standing wave amplitude.

This is no longer true for very long distances, where amplitude is nil.

 Mr. Milo Wolff's phase shift. Those calculations were very satisfactory and all seemed O.K. More similar schemes can also be found on the Internet and may have been elaborated hundreds of years ago. However, Mr. Milo Wolff suggested that this wave system could be an electron.  Mr. Wolff also spoke about a "phase shift". He invoked it in order to justify the electron spin. However, I do not agree. In my picture, the electron and positron spin is the result of a phase difference, which is well visible in the animated diagram below:

The electron spin.

 The –1/2 and +1/2 spins are opposite, yet they both belong to the electron. The electron vs. positron phase is not opposite, there is rather a pi / 2 difference only. Thus, there is no need to invoke a phase shift in order to explain spin. Such a phase shift seemed to me a quite useless and weird idea. However my computer programs could easily reveal phases. So I begun investigating inside the electron core and I found... a phase shift! The phase shift is clearly visible below:

The lambda / 2 phase shift.

The leftward and rightward wave addition produces the standard electron.

One could also say in-waves and out-waves, but both interpretations are wrong from my point of view.

 Faster than the speed of light. Clearly, the wave accelerates inside the spherical central antinode. Since the beginning I always thought that the waves mean speed was constant whether the aether was filled with high energy waves or not. For this reason the speed of light is a constant. It is absolute. However, the speed of sound, for example, is faster at sea level then at high altitude. The temperature being constant, the sound waves are faster where the air pressure is higher. From Mr. Wolff's "onion layers" point of view, the spherical wave amplitude should be linked to each layer volume:

Surprisingly, the first onion layer volume is exactly seven (7) times that of the electron core.

The sine wave energy distribution inside each layer leads to the equivalent sin(x)/x equation.

 Clearly, as soon as they are penetrating the internal sphere, incoming waves have to deal with a seven times smaller volume (please bear in mind that this is only the mathematical point of view) where the medium compression is very high. But the important point is that the medium is compressed on a full lambda distance, allowing an unusual faster wave speed there.  The acceleration inside the core is also clearly visible on this animation :

Here, the Huygens' wavelets come from the surface of just one hemisphere, that on the left hand side.

Both hemispheres simply reproduce the unmoving electron.

 The radiation pressure. It becomes clear that any convergent hemispheric wave must move faster than the speed of light inside the core or focus point. Such a situation may be seen as the result of millions of Huygens' wavelets incoming from the inner surface of only one hemisphere. However, this does not occur inside a static, unmoving electron because both hemispheres theoretically produce waves traveling in opposite directions. This strongly suggests to me that when the wave amplitude is not equal from both sides, the electron central antinode must be pushed away. This motion produces a slight Doppler effect, and it becomes more and more significant until the unequal amplitude situation stops. The result is my Doppler moving electron:

The Doppler moving electron.

Each spherical wave center of curvature stays at rest inside aether.