SLIDE 3.
CHARACTERISTICS OF
SELECTED CONCEPTS
• ENERGY
• ANENERGY
• PRESENT
"CHARGE"
• TRUE CHARGE

FLOW OF
OBSERVABLE MASS PARTICLES
FLOW OF VIRTUAL PARTICLES
VIRTUAL PARTICLE FLUX
TIED TO
OBSERVABLE MASS PARTICLES
VIRTUAL PARTICLE FLUX
WITHOUT MASS 
• FLUX
• FLOW
• CURRENT

MULTIDIRECTIONAL
FLOW THROUGH A POINT
UNIDIRECTIONAL MOVEMENT
OF A FLUX
[GRADIENT]
UNIDIRECTIONAL
GRADIENT OF A
[USUALLY CONSTRAINED] FLUX

On this slide I
show some fundamental defining characteristics of energy, "charge" or charged mass as
presently in the theory, flux, flow, and current. These
fundamental
concepts are often somewhat confused in the literature.
Particularly
note that the concept of energy, being tied to "the capacity to do
work," is specifically tied to the concept of mass. Eventually,
energy must be expressed in terms of moving masses  specifically, in
accelerating or decelerating masses.
I introduce
the term "anenergy" here, specifically in relation to the
concept of a virtual particle. Anenergy is roughly equivalent to the
present idea of "virtual energy,"
except it more precisely implies the flow or flux of virtual particles.
We also
redefine charge as virtual particle flux, in order to remove the present
error in EM theory where "charge"
always implies a charged mass. The electrostatic scalar potential, phi
(Ø) , then merely becomes the intensity of the massless charge  that is, the
intensity of the virtual particle flux  at a point. Let me point out,
however, that in the new view this
"point" is always in ndimensional space, where n is equal
to or greater than four. The present 3space formulation of Ø is thus
a highly special case.
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