This text refers strongly to the treatise – bonitistic geometry
Matter consists of fermions, which attract and repel each other by their electromagnetic and gravitational properties.
I generalize fermions here as a basic basic object, and matter is a composite of such objects that orbit each other.The individual orbital orbits vectorially determine the direction and relative velocity of matter.
For example, if two objects are on a collision course of almost 180°, this can lead to a reciprocal circid.
In the image, the black arrows represent the gravitational effects and the red arrows represent the electromagnetic effects.
The red arrows are to be understood as the known magnetic field lines. In the centre, it is easy to see how the contrasting polarity provides distance, with gravity ensuring cohesion.
And because both objects are now moving at the speed of light, one object can no longer catch up with the other.
The gravity will direct all movements to the center, where in turn the magnetic effect provides the necessary distance and the polarity north and south pole now run one after the other. Such a thing is then a composite system, which we understood rather as a morphic field and generalized it simply called matter.
And in order for matter to move relatively in space, at least another object (yellow) must be introduced into the composite.
Thus, all orbits, vectorially summarized, form the relative motion and direction, which is captured from the outside, although the inner movements and varying directions of the objects describe spiral paths.
In the same way, however, other objects can penetrate the system, in order to stabilize or‘glue’the webs, for example, to be called gluon.And so everything continues to move at the speed of light. This also clarifies the problem of particle-wave dualism, because matter from objects or objects. consist of electromagnetic waves.
The effect mass:
When a photon crosses a very large gravitational field, it is deflected relatively low.
matter, on the other hand, is significantly distracted, because those inner objects, rotating manner, the shorter distances (towards the center), cross extremely frequently, therefore were also much more often exposed to the ‘attractive’ effect and the vector parameters were therefore repeatedly reorientation. In the case of a photon, on the other hand, the direction of movement is only straight for once and therefore the ‘attractive’ effect crosses only once. Therefore, mass can only be detected (weighed) in matter, but in a photon the effect is too small to be determined as a mass.
An atom would also be matter, only there do not orbit individual quanta, but the individual elementary particles, where their inner quantums continue to draw their circles at the speed of light.
I think this will become quite complex and only be simulated if you have all the basic data from the quantums involved.
So for the time being, the usual formulas will have to be reckoned with until my alternative model is reviewed. I think this will only happen in the next 100 years, when the world has been so unsuccessful that even out of frustration, the alternative model is being seriously examined.