micro mechanics

deterministic approach

The twisted string theory and its an underlying model of quantum matter are creating a very plain and simple world. It just contains a three dimensional space and constantly moving quantum matter, that can be aggregated. Nothing more.

The advantage is, that this world can be computed very easy. The disadvantage is, that it relays on complete different mechanics.

wave particles

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The wave particle is a simplified model, it explains only the basic effects.

standard model wave particle
Energy of a photon The particle diameter, respectively the oscillation of the tails.
Charged particle A particle moving without "collisions protection". The tails aren't moving ahead and it could be disturbed by field lines. Charged moving is temporary until the dragging line motion is regained.
Flash Disintegration of a field line. Links are released as photons.
Absorbed spectral line Disabled "collision protection system" of a sticking particle, because the strings are caught. Passing particles of same size are hitting the cluster and are torn apart.
Boson Free moving particle, chains, cluster moving at speed of light.

twisted strings

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The twisted string is more complex and explains some more effects.

standard model twisted string theory
Antimatter All twisted strings in a cluster are rotating synchronous. This chained rotation of the cluster determines, if the cluster is matter or antimatter.
valenz electrons escapement spinning strings.
electric field line A chain temporary caught by an escapement spinning string. The whole chain is moving at speed of light.
magnetic field line A chain permanent caught by a sling. The motion of the chain is connected to the cluster. The chain is oscillating and can pull or push other cluster with slings.
molecular heat energy of valenz electrons of an atom or size of escapement spinning twisted strings and its sling of a cluster.
Quantum entanglement A destroyed unbalanced junction releases simultaneously two synchronized spinning twisted strings.

photon

A photon is an untrapped twisted string moving by the speed of light. Because the motion is not derailed by borders of traps, a photon experiences no inertia and therefore has no mass.

The photon interacts with fragments, thus the moving is disturbed and it is attracted by mass.

The photon is also losing fragments, it loses energy, the glue crossing will move to the tail and the frequency increase.

It has the capability of catching other twisted string and therefore should be charged. But if the photon is moving for a while, the swinging tail is in front of the photon. It divides all field lines of chained twisted strings and the photon can't interact with them. The photon appears uncharged.

The interaction with matter, trapped twisted string, depends on the size of the photon.

radiation pressure

The photon has no mass, but it can produce radiation pressure. It is explained by the exchange of momentum between the object and the electromagnetic field.

The twisted string theory it is the exchange of momentum by a collisions of the particle spheres.

gluon

Trapped gamma ray.

potential well

It is the capability of a trapped twisted string to catch another twisted string. A free moving twisted string can at least catch two other twisted strings.

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This doesn't happen, because the spinning tail in front of the twisted string is protecting the glue crossing, which is nothing else than the trapping mechanism. Only if the twisted string is colliding with another twisted string, the protection of the tail doesn't work any more and both strings are untwisted.

If a twisted string trapped in a cluster has a free binding position, mostly the tail is heading to the centre of the cluster. The twisted string has no "collision protection" any more, but the glue crossing is still protected. If the trapped twisted string will be hit by an other one, only the free moving one will be untwisted, the trapped string stays connected to the cluster.

charge

An uncharged particle is a twisted string with a closed glue crossing and the tail flying in front.

If a twisted string is disturbed by a collision and the tail is not moving in front of the twisted sting, the sphere can be disturbed by field lines and the motion of the twisted string is distracted.

A twisted string on the edge of a cluster is usually spinning reversed matter direction and is acting like an electron. If it breaks up it has to flip 180 degrees. During the flip the twisted string interacts with field lines.

If a twisted string on the edge is spinning non reversed matter direction, it is acting like an neutron or proton. If it doesn't need a flip and just can move ahead, it is called a neutron, gamma ray or photon. If it has to flip, it is called a proton. During the flip it interacts with field lines, but less than an electron.

inertial frames of reference

There are two sorts of inertial frames of reference:

  1. Inertial frames without trapped quantums.
  2. Inertial frames with trapped quantums.