QR5.5.2 Quantum Remainders Spread

In current physics, mass and charge are inherent properties of matter with no connection but in quantum realism, mass and charge are two sides of the same quantum processing coin, where:

1. Mass is the net processing that repeatedly runs to overload a node, and

2. Charge is the processing remainder left over after the overload.

As all quantum processing spreads on the network by the pass-it-on protocol, the remainder must also spread. If the spread of net processing causes gravity, how does the spread of the charge remainder affect the quantum field?

If a quantum network node first passes on all its processing, its quantum cycle has two phases:

1. Share phase: Pass on all current processing to neighbor nodes:

a. Cancel: First, cancel any positive/negative processing.

b. Share: Then, share all the net processing left among neighbors.

Execute phase: Run all the processing received from neighbors:

IF a node overload: Request a restart from the server(s) involved.

a. If ignored: If no server response, drop the job.

b. If accepted: Restart processing from the server(s) as a physical event.

As concluded, gravity arises when the processing gradient around a massive body alters the execute phase of nearby matter, to make it overload and restart more often one way. In contrast charge, as a processing remainder, affects the share phase.

For bodies with opposite charges, the remainders cancel so the nodes between them have less processing to pass on. For same-charge bodies, the remainders add so the nodes between them have more processing to pass on. It is expected that nodes with less processing to pass on finish the share phase sooner, making their quantum cycle faster.

As a result, the quantum field between opposite-charged bodies runs faster but between same-charged bodies it runs slower. Each charge creates a remainder gradient around itself that interacts with other charges to alter the quantum network cycle rate. For opposite charges, that the quantum field runs faster between them makes quantum restarts occur more often towards each other so they move that way. The macroscopic attraction we see is the average effect of a quantum restart bias. For same charges, the quantum field between them runs slower so the effect is repulsion.

The charge remainder gradient reduces with distance to have a negligible effect on a neutral body, just as its gravitational effect is negligible, but when it interacts with another charge gradient, the effect is noticeable as opposite or same charges attracting or repelling. Unlike gravity, charge is based on the interaction between charges affecting the quantum field.

Gravity biases the quantum field load but charge interactions bias the quantum field cycle rate. In both cases, a quantum field bias around matter makes it move. Matter bodies restart every cycle, so if the nodes on one side of a charged body run faster than the other, they get server access first to restart more often that way, making charged bodies move together or apart.

Gravity and electric fields work differently because where matter restarts depends on:

  • Whether the quantum network overloads, where gravity causes a load gradient.
  • Where the quantum network overloads first, where electric field interactions cause a rate gradient.

Both effects arise because quantum processing spreads on the quantum network, and they reduce as an inverse square by Gauss’s law of flux. Physics sees the effect of a quantum field load gradient as a gravity field and the effect of a quantum field rate gradient as an electric field, but the same field causes both. They manifest differently because mass and charge are different properties of matter but electric fields come from the quantum field as gravity does. How then does magnetism fit into this model?