The third phase after the outburst of free energy start when magnetism as the counteractive part in electromagnetic causalities becomes active again.
To state the specific assumptions, postulates, and first principles as respected by The Dutch Paradigm:
- Before the Big Bang, the entities had manifestations with potential capabilities of spatial manifestation and interference only.
- In the second period, all related entities became manifest in spatial activity with free electric energy only. It is the particle component as identified in the particle/wave duality
- As from the restart in period 3, entities can interfere with their respective spatial manifestations, being the free electric energy and the electromagnetic system
- At the start of the third period, the electromagnetic system restarted per entity, but the compensating magnetic component has an ever continuing backlog in time on the electric component.
- That results in what we observe as a causal wave system. It is the wave component of the particle/wave duality
- This ever continuing backlog is related to the cycle of the repetitive TPlanck.
- The amount of free energy per entity can and will be reduced by mutual interference of entities, but the backlog in time of 1 TPlanck is absolute
- All entities, being naked or – after interference – as part of a construct, will have the speed of light as a limit. At least one of its manifestations will travel at the speed of light
- Therefore, the speed of light is an absolute reference always available and per entity
- The electromagnetic causal system is equal for all entities, but at one type that electromagnetic system is also rotating in its plane of activity
- Apart from the rotating capability, all entities are equal and ejected under the same conditions
- Therefore, we can recognize by observation two types of entities, being the photon and the neutrino and the constructs based on interference of the two types of entities.
We can use experiments of thoughts to imagine what interference processes emerge out of these specific assumptions, postulates, and first principles.