Supersymmetry: The mass (and charge) of the Proton is one electron less than the Neutron. Aggregates of Positron-Electron pairs create Neutrons and Protons rather than the eightfold way of QCD's fractional charges.
The Pauli Exclusion Principle is due to Positron-Electron pairs completing electron shell orbitals. (The ratio of the radius of the
Electron-Positron pairs to the Hydrogen atom radius is known as the Fine Structure Constant.) Thus, the anti-matter universe is
within us, balanced in a mutually attractive (due to charge) and repulsive (due to centrifugal force from the 'right hand rule'
interaction of the charged particles) structure which locks each of the photon's components into a specifically defined orbital
radius (This is the fundamental physical interaction from which all other forces are derived; and it generates the forces of motion
and change in relative positions for the referential system we refer to as "Time"). Any charge imbalance in the atom results in
reactivity --- otherwise, this resultant microgravity prevails.
When an electron and positron "annihilate" there are two gammarays formed by the rotating dipoles, each with one-half threshold gammray energy and traveling in opposite directions (due to conservation of energy and momentum).
Numerical equivalence of the Fresnel Dragging Coefficient and the relativistic velocity calculation of special
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