Gravity and The Unified Theory                                           
The Physical Means of How Gravity Works and at last, The Unified Theory.

Author: Eric Sabo East Haddam, CT
Matter-Anti Matter

The Matter-Anti Matter reaction gives us insight into the composition and relationship of Matter and Energy.

The Matter-Anti Matter Reaction

Jan 31, 2008 Author; Eric Sabo


            Because, “When you have eliminated the impossible, what ever remains, however improbable, must be the truth”: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, all of the following should be correct;

            The Matter-Antimatter reaction gives us true insight as to the composition of matter. It is unimaginable that we have all not contemplated at least some of the scenarios expressed in this paper at one time or another.

            First, if matter can be converted into energy, then it must be that energy can be converted into matter. How could this process work? It has been suggested that light (Photons) have dual states, a particle and a wavelet. Why not three states, a particle, a wavelet, and a fluid? The fluid state being what exists in protons, neutrons, and electrons.

            Being that photons come in a wide variety, from infra-red, through the visible spectrum, ultraviolet, to x-ray and gammas, what makes them all different is their frequency or rate of oscillation. What makes them oscillate? Why not a small positive and negative charge revolving around each other?



            The frequency is the rate the charges revolve around each other. The greater the frequency is, the greater the energy the photon carries.

            The photon travels through a vacuum as a particle. When encountering a medium such as the earth’s atmosphere, it leap frogs through the medium, the charges pulling each other along, interacting with the medium in a wide variety of ways depending on their frequency. It appears as a disturbance in the medium. For example, in the visible spectrum, blues scatter making the sky blue and reds travel straight through making a red sunset. Radio frequencies emanate from an antenna, depending on its configuration, as a point source.

            Suppose photons do contain a minute positive and negative charge revolving around each other. Call them “Halflets”,  a P-halflet and a N halflet. Observe below;


            This may be too extreme for most but, the above photon model would be affected by a gravitational field. The positive element is attracted by the field negatives and vice versa.

            How could these photons be converted to matter?

            In a nova or supernova event, at the ablation boundary, the overwhelmingly large forces exist capable of performing the task. Perhaps, even inside or own sun it may be possible for the process to occur.

            Immense radiation pressure brings photons into close proximity. Observe the following drawings with a small portion of photons depicted;


Once in close proximity, all the photons positives and negatives attract.

(Only a portion of the lines are drawn in) 

All the charges interlock in stasis forming a free neutron.

(Only a portion of the halflets and lines are drawn in)

Why does the free neutron have a discrete size?

It probably falls within a small range but, at the edge a fall off of attraction occurs that manifests itself in a manner not unlike the buckling effect in a nuclear reactor.


Photons that are outside the free neutron boundary, form into other neutrons or fly off as radiation.

Once a free neutron is formed, it can be “popped” to form hydrogen, with one proton and one electron. When this occurs, the proton surface has an equal number of P-halflets to N-halflets on the electron’s surface.
(Only a portion of the halflets and lines are drawn in)


            When a neutron is incorporated into a nucleus, because the halflets are fluid, their distribution can be influenced by adjacent protons or neutrons. A neutron’s and proton’s proportions (or halflet content) in the nucleus change as the nuclear size increases up the periodic table because of total nuclear halflet content. The nuclei increase in atomic number up the periodic table (mass increase not being linear) to reach a point that the nuclei become increasingly unstable until the limit (end of the table) is reached. This process is similar to the free neutron size limit.

            Obviously, there are no Antimatter neutrons.

            In the matter-antimatter reaction, a proton and anti-proton (Negatron) approach each other. They spiral around each other until they come into contact. When that happens, both are totally converted to energy in the form of photons. This is a true statement. Observe below drawing;


With the proposed halflet model, this is how such an event could occur;

            The Proton has P-halflets on its surface and the Negatron N-halflets on its surface. When they come into contact, the P-halflets and N-halflets combine, pairing up once again to form photons, one at a time.



            When the two come into contact, they pull each other apart because they are in contact and neither is viable because of the range limitation. The halflet pairing proceeds very rapidly until nothing remains.

            It may be possible that the process might stop when a mass equal to a free neutron is achieved. It would be interesting to have analysis of the reaction to see what the product consists of. Is there a free neutron remaining? Is the product all gammas of the same energy level? If so, then that is what should be used to “pop” a neutron.

            When you have eliminated the impossible, what ever remains, however improbable, must be the truth”: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

                                           Thank you for your time.