QR5.5.4 There is Only One Field

Current physics has many quantum fields, like strong, weak and electromagnetic, and sees gravity as yet another different field. In contrast, quantum realism has only one field, the quantum field. It accepts the equations of gravity, electricity and magnetism but sees them as the mass, charge and spin properties of a single quantum field. Current physics calls electricity and magnetism aspects of the same field but that they “self-sustain” defies logic. It makes more sense that both are aspects of a single quantum field that is always inherently active.

Quantum realism relates electromagnetism to gravity, which no other theory does. It proposes that matter spreads a single quantum field that projects net processing (mass), processing remainder (charge) and processing spin direction (spin), to cause:

1. Gravity. A net processing gradient that affects other matter.

2. Electricity. A processing remainder gradient that interacts with other remainders.

3. Magnetism. A quantum spin gradient that interacts with other spins.

All the above fields are based on a single quantum field spread by matter on the quantum network. Matter can have these effects because it is active processing not an inert substance.

Gravity, electricity and magnetism move matter by biasing its natural quantum tremble not by creating virtual particles from nowhere to “make” it move. A gravitational field is a bias caused by the quantum field processing strength. An electrical field is a bias caused by the quantum field processing remainders. And a magnetic field is a bias caused by the quantum field processing spin alignment. All these fields act at a distance because matter as processing spreads on the quantum network and is not confined to a location. One could call what creates gravity, electricity and magnetism the gravito-electro-magnetic field but it is simpler to call it the quantum field.

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