H5.1. What are electric fields Motto: "Electric fields are areas of..."
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H5.1. What are electric fields Motto: "Electric fields are areas of compressed or dispersed counter-matter".

The Concept of Dipolar Gravity reveals that the counter-world is filled up with a unique substance. We call this substance "counter-matter", in order to clearly distinguish it from the "antimatter", that was used in the old concept of monopolar gravity. Counter-matter is a kind of reversal of matter from our world. Independently from the intellectual properties, it also displays a number of physical properties. For example, as classical physicists already deduced it quite a long ago, counter-matter must possess no mass, must produce no friction, and display no inertia. Counter-matter can be put into a state of tension and be caused to move. However, the actual state and behaviour of this substance may not be observed directly from our world, as our devices and sense-organs have no access to the world in which counter-matter is contained. Fortunately, counter-matter interacts with the opposite ends of gravity dipoles that prevail in its world and thus its state and behaviour impacts the behaviour of matter contained in our world. Because of this, counter-matter can be observed indirectly by registration of its interactions with matter from our world.
If we analyze all possible interactions that may occur between our matter and counter- matter, these may be of three kinds, i.e. (1) these caused by the compression of the counter- matter, (2) those caused by its motion, and (3) these caused by the vibration of counter-matter. The areas where counter-matter is compressed or decompressed must display all the attributes of what is presently known under the name of positive and negative electric fields. Thus the electric fields in the Concept of Dipolar Gravity represent potential states of counter- matter. The motion of counter-matter will display all the attributes of magnetic fields. Therefore magnetic fields are the carriers of kinetic states of this substance. (Finally the vibrations of the counter-matter are sources of various phenomena, some of which, namely telepathic waves, radiesthesia, and permanent telekinetising, are also discussed in this chapter.) The first two interpretations above, reveal that the electromagnetic phenomena in the Concept of Dipolar Gravity are understood as various states and behaviours of counter-matter.
When we define electric fields as areas where counter-matter is compressed, or dispersed, a natural consequence is to ask what then is a single electron, or a single positron. Well, consequently, from the definition of electric field it stems, that "every electrically charged elementary particle, is a micro-area within the continuum of counter-matter, in which a local compression or dispersion of this substance was accomplished through introduction of permanent compression or dispersion forces". These local areas of compressions or dispersions of counter-matter, represent either a kind of hole where no counter-matter is present, or an excess of this substance. Therefore, such a "hole" in the counter-matter introduces a kind of "suction" force which spreads in the surrounding counter-matter thus acting as a positron. In turn an electron is an area of compressed counter-matter, which is maintained by permanent squeezing forces that exert pressure on it and that form the local area of repelling force field.
Of course, the above simple and clear explanation of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity regarding the nature of all elementary particles, still does not answer a question that we probably already have, namely "how it happens that such elementary particles are permanent"? After all, if we form a local compression or dispersion of counter-matter somewhere in a continuum of this substance, then because of the lack of friction, it quickly restructures the remaining counter-matter. Thus, a given electrical elementary charge should disappear quickly. As it turns out, there is also an answer to this question. In the counter-matter, which does not show friction or inertia, it is possible to maintain local compressions or dispersions of the counter-matter infinitively long, through putting them into the state of spinning. Such local micro-whirls of compressed or dispersed counter-matter, form dynamic inward or outward pressure in the counter-world, which makes impossible their decompression to the density of the surrounding counter-matter. So in this manner, both electrons and positrons are formed. As it turns out, the only difference between these two elementary particles is the reversed direction of spinning of counter-matter.
The micro-whirls of counter-matter that form electrons and positrons, in reality do not resemble at all these whirlpools of water, with which we are used to associate all types of whirls. This is because the shape of whirlpools on water is defined by the fact that water has inertia, and is subjected to vertical forces of gravity. In turn counter-matter does not show inertia, or gravity does not act on it in the same manner as it acts on water. Thus, the micro- whirls of matter that form electrons or positrons, in fact resemble a shape of couple of "toroids" that cuddle each other, or couple of "donuts" that stick to each other. Each single one out of the couple of such mutually cuddling toroids (or donuts), is actually a curved whirl, the main axis of whirling of which forms the closed circle - as this is explained in subsection H4.1. Also each one of them, on the principle of planetary gears, or on principle of the cascade of whirlpools of counter-matter described in item #7H5.3 from subsection H5.3, forms also another toroidal micro-whirl that sticks to it, but that is spinning in an opposite direction. Depending in which direction such two toroidal micro-whirls are spinning in relationship to their central point, they form either an electron, or a positron. An electron is formed, when both spinning donuts have such direction of rotation, that they compress counter-matter in their central point, thus forming a permanent cluster of the increased pressure of this substance. In turn positron is formed, when an identical to electron couple of such spinning micro-whirls, is rotating in an opposite direction than in the electron, thus causing the permanent dispersion of counter-matter in their central point.
Of course, only electron and positron form micro-whirls of counter-matter, which in their shape resemble two tightly cuddling toroids (donuts). Other elementary particles are formed from systems of closed micro-whirls of different shapes and directions of whirling. For example a neutrino is a half of an electron (or a single toroid/donut), which for some reasons parted from its partner in spinning.
The above explanation of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity regarding the structure and behaviour of elementary particles, explains also many other phenomena that are connected with elementary particles and with counter-matter, but that remained unexplained so-far. For example, of one considers the fact that both swirling toroids that constitute an electron or a positron, are not exactly the same size, then the circulations of the counter-matter that they form, are not balanced completely. This in turn means, that through the clearance of such double toroids, some energy is always pumped. This energy that flows through the clearance of elementary particles, forms the elementary gravitational force. This in turn explains what gravity actually is (notice that this explanation corresponds to that given in subsection JE3.7.1 /?/). According to it, gravity is a kind of the flow of energy that is formed due to a constant pumping of counter-matter. If we further carry out this type of considerations, then it is going to turn out, that the motto of this chapter is correct, i.e. that actually everything in the universe is just one of many possible manifestations of counter-matter.
The above explanations are rather simplified and do not address many details of the mechanisms that are connected with formation of electric fields, and with structure and behaviour of elementary particles. Still they give a starting point and introductory ideas as to what electrical field and elementary particles actually are in the light of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity. According to these explanations "electric fields are local compressions or dispersions of the counter-matter formed on static principles", in turn "electrically charged elementary particles are also local micro-compressions or dispersions of the counter-matter, only that formed and maintained in a dynamic manner through the formation of local micro-whirls of this substance".

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