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H4.2. Whirls of counter-matter: dynamic equivalents of permanent objects from our world

In our physical world we are used to the fact that almost everything in our surrounding takes the form of permanent objects. And so the planet on which we live, or the Sun that gives its energy to us, is just a relatively permanent object. Similarly, such an object is every stone or a car. Even our body, as well as bodies of all living organisms that surround us, are formed into relatively permanent objects.
The existence of permanent objects is possible in our world, because gravitation has in it the form of attraction, and also because inertia and friction does exist in it. But the counter- world is deprived of these attributes. After all, in the counter-world all the gravitational interactions are various forms of repulsion. Also the counter-world does not have inertia (in our understanding of it), or friction. So in a static manner in the counter-world it is impossible to form any permanent object, that would be a counter-material equivalent to a permanent object from our world. Thus, in the counter-world everything is in a state of continuous motion and change. The question that thus comes to mind is "whether the counter-world has any dynamic forms that would be similarly permanent, as permanent are static objects from our world?"
The answer to this question is "yes". In the counter-world various relatively permanent dynamic structures can be formed. But these structures take a form of dynamic whirls of counter-matter. In the counter-world such dynamic whirls of counter-matter are equivalents to permanent objects from our world. Actually this similarity goes even further, namely "every permanent object from our world, in the counter-world is balanced by an appropriate bundle of whirls of counter-matter, which constitute a counter-material duplicate of this object”. Because of the huge significance of such whirls of counter-matter, in this subsection we describe and reveal their most important attributes.
The name “whirl of counter-matter” is assigned here to a semi-permanent swirling of the substance which prevails in the counter-world. Such a whirl takes a semi-permanent form. Thus it is characterised by a collection of attributes which are unique for it. In the sense of appearance, such whirls of counter-matter usually have form similar to whirls of water that we know very well from our world. But otherwise to whirls of water, such whirls of counter-matter are characterised by a number of different attributes. Let us now list and describe the most important of these attributes of whirls of counter-matter.
1. Closed circuit of the axis of rotation. In our world, if something is spinning, usually the axis of rotation of it lies approximately along a straight line. Only whirls of very volatile gases, such as tornados, may display twisted and bend axes of spinning. But semi-permanent whirls of counter-matter, as a rule will have an axis of rotation that forms a closed circuit. If the axis of rotation of such a whirl remains open, in conditions of the counter-world such whirls become impermanent, unstable, and fast changing its position (means it becomes a “stream of counter-matter”).
2. A huge number of form, versions, and sizes. A most elementary whirl of counter- matter, and thus probably the most frequent in the counter-world, must be a whirl shaped like a toroid (or a "donut"). In such a whirl, the axis of rotation is formed into a circle, while the spinning counter-matter forms a kind of dynamic ring. Of course the fact, that axes of rotation of such permanent whirls of counter-matter is always closed, does not mean that all of them take the form of perfect rings (i.e. a perfect shape of spinning toroid, or a "donut"). Axes of spinning of some whirls of counter-matter may have very complicated course and may become more similar to a very complicated knot formed from a thick rope than to a simple shape of a ring.
The fact that subsequent whirls of counter-matter differ from each other by their size, length of axis, the manner of knotting onto themselves, and the direction of spinning, means that there are in the counter-world literally thousands of versions of these whirls. For example, each elementary particle is going to be formed from a different type of such a whirl. Also each galaxy, planet, or each type of sun, is going to be a different whirl of counter-matter.
If one considers the phenomena released inside of such spinning whirls with closed axes, then it turns out, that there can be two basic types of every shape and size of a whirl, namely:
- low-pressure whirls, and
- high-pressure whirls. The low-pressure whirls of counter-matter are those which release the physical phenomena that maintain a distribution of pressure within the whirl, which is lower in the centre of whirls and higher on peripherals and in the surrounding of the same whirls. In turn the high-pressure whirls of the counter-matter are those which release the physical phenomena that maintain a distribution of pressure within the whirl, which is higher in the very centre of these whirls and lower on their peripherals and in their surroundings. One can understand most easily differences between these two kinds of whirls, by realizing their impact on the areas of atmospheric low-pressure and high-pressure – as this is explained below in subsection H5.4. Notice, that according to item 4 below, for example all toroidal (donut) whirls that belong to the group of low-pressure and are approximately the same size, are going to mutually repel from each other, although they are going to attract whirls that belong to the group of high-pressure, and vice versa.
3. Inward forces. In every whirl of counter-matter radial forces of dynamic pressure are formed, which act between the peripherals and the axis of rotation. These forces separate a given whirl from its surroundings, and keep this whirl in a stable state. Thus they allow the whirl to remain in a form that is relatively permanent. Furthermore, they exert a constant pressure on the axis of rotation of a given whirl, trying to straighten this axis.
4. Interaction with other whirls from the environment, and with other sections of the same whirl. Whirls of counter-matter have also this property that they interact with other nearby whirls. This interaction has the following character:
- attraction, if both adjusted whirls belong to the opposite kind, i.e. one is a low- pressure while the other is a high-pressure, and
- repulsion, if both adjusted whirls belong to the same kind, e.g. both are low- pressure ones, or both are high-pressure ones.
Notice that not only two different whirls mutually repel (or attract – if they are of opposite kinds) each other, but also two separate sections of the same long whirl must repel each other.
5. Coaxial thrust (coaxial flow) of counter-matter in low-pressure whirls. In low- pressure whirls of counter-matter appears a unique phenomenon. Namely the coaxial thrust which induces in such a whirl a coaxial flow of counter-matter. This thrust can be expressed with the "rule of clockwise cork-driver". Namely, if a whirl of counter-matter is viewed in such a manner, that the direction of its whirling is clockwise, than such a whirl causes the counter- matter to be moving along its axis, similarly like a clockwise cork-driver does, i.e. in the direction from the onlooker into the interior of such a whirl.
6. The circulation of counter-matter through the whirl's clearance. Because these whirls have axes of rotation that form closed circuits, they always form a kind of clearance in the middle. In turn through this clearance also counter-matter is circulated, forming a phenomenon that in subsection H5.2 is described as "magnetic field". The circulation of counter-matter, that a given whirl forces through its clearance, is always corresponding with the direction of spinning at the inner side of a given whirl.
7. Attracting or repelling of streams of counter-matter that are circulated through clearances of other similar whirls. The stream of counter-matter that is circulated through a clearance of a given whirl, is interacting with similar stream of counter-matter that is circulated through the clearance of another whirl, together forming forces that mutually attract or repel two such whirls. These forces are acting parallel to the repulsion or attraction that are formed by the inward pressure of these whirls, thus forming together a kind of self-balancing system of forces.
8. Formation of complex configurations, that are combined from several such whirls. Because a given whirl attracts to itself other whirls of similar size but opposite kind, with the elapse of time every such a whirl is catching at least another similar-sized whirl of an opposite kind, together forming a kind of complex configuration. As the result, in the counter-world it is extremely difficult to find individual such whirls, but rather they are going to appear as the entire configurations of whirls mutually attracted to each other. Most frequent such configurations will include: couples, strings, and clusters.
The multitude of such configurations is additionally complicated, because whirls that are of much greater dimensions, are capable of spinning smaller whirls inside of themselves. As the result, some of such configurations are formed into hierarchical structures, in which smaller whirls are spinning within the volume of much larger ones.
9. State of permanent equilibrium. Every whirl of counter-matter, and every configuration of such whirls, is characterized by a dynamic state of permanent equilibrium. This means that all forces and interactions that act on such a whirl, are mutually balanced, giving to it a state of permanent equilibrium.
10. Imposing a dynamic inertia on material objects linked with these whirls through gravity forces. Because every whirl of counter-matter forms the entire range of force interactions, which are kept in the state of equilibrium, every change of behaviour of a given whirl requires a physical interaction with it. Therefore whirls of counter-matter impose onto the physical objects with which they are linked via gravity forces, a phenomenon which can be named a "dynamic inertia". This inertia is causing, that without the action of any external factor on a whirl itself, a given whirl of counter-matter is maintaining the unchanged original state of the object that it represents, for any period of time.
The knowledge of above attributes of whirls of counter-matter is very beneficial for us. It allows to explain with the theory of these whirls every phenomenon and behaviour that originates from counter-matter. For example, subsection H5.1 below describes that elementary particles are just configurations of such micro-whirls. Subsection H5.2 explains that magnetic fields are circulations of counter-matter through clearances of such whirls. In turn subsection H5.4 explains, that all weather phenomena and climatic changes are governed by such whirls of counter-matter. Actually the entire counter-world is not a stationary ocean of counter-matter, but a kind of concentration of counter-matter that is kept together by a countless number of such whirls. Sizes of these whirls are varying from microscopic ones - that form elementary particles, to huge ones - that forms entire stars and galaxies. Every object from our physical world is held together and supplied with energy by a corresponding cluster of such whirls of counter-matter. Therefore every counter-material duplicate of a physical object, in reality is a very complex knot formed from multitude of whirls clinging together and assuming various sizes, shapes and lengths.
The phenomena, which in our world are very close to such whirls of counter-matter, are all pillars of spinning air. Therefore, one of the most effective manners of empirical analysis of whirls of counter-matter is to observe natural weather phenomena. Such phenomena as tornados, hurricanes, cyclones and anticyclones, on the present stage of our learning about counter-world are able to supply us with multitude of precious hints about the operation and behaviour of the counter-world. (For more information on the same topic see subsection H5.4.)

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