We observe causality in action, triggered by free energy.
The free energy released in the second period of the Big Bang is the particle part of the particle/wave duality of an entity. It is “electric” by definition, as part of the electromagnetic causal system working on an entity. During this second period, the “magnetic” causal response was absent.
What is the nature of magnetism as part of the electromagnetic causal system?
Let us first declare the general description of magnetism as published in Wikipedia:
Magnetism is a class of physical phenomena that includes forces exerted by magnets on other magnets. It has its origin in electric currents and the fundamental magnetic moments of elementary particles. These give rise to a magnetic field that acts on other currents and moments. All materials are influenced to some extent by a magnetic field. The strongest effect is on permanent magnets, which have persistent magnetic moments caused by ferromagnetism. Most materials do not have permanent moments. Some are attracted to a magnetic field (paramagnetism); others are repulsed by a magnetic field (diamagnetism); others have a much more complex relationship with an applied magnetic field (spin glass behaviour and antiferromagnetism). Substances that are negligibly affected by magnetic fields are known as non-magnetic substances. They include copper, aluminium, gases, and plastic. Pure oxygen exhibits magnetic properties when cooled to a liquid state.
The general view is that magnetism as a phenomenon exerts forces by magnets on other magnets. Another form of magnetism is in electromagnetism. That is the type of “physical” interaction that occurs between electrically charged particles. Notice that both descriptions relate to interference between multiple entities.
The system of electromagnetic radiation is active and manifest on a single entity. Apparently, this electromagnetic system is self-induced interference in between the two components.
The Dutch Paradigm assumes that magnetism per entity counteracts as a first principle the electric manifestation by compensation towards the potential equilibrium.
As a phenomenon in nature, magnetism has not shown an outburst at the start of the universe comparable to the free energy as previously discussed. Magnetism only came into action again after the very short period after the steady state before the Big Bang. It still has its characteristics as it did before the Big Bang, as in the steady state. Therefore, magnetism can be counteractive towards electric energy, but on a single entity, it is not able to compensate for the manifestation of the free energy of that entity. It is in a permanent backlash to fulfill conditions for equilibrium. In between entities it can compensate and reduce free energy. It will transform it into monopole magnetism that identifies itself as the source for the manifestation of gravity.
How magnetism does perform this counteraction on causalities is known in some special cases. We know it quite well in electromagnetic radiation and as a possibility to enable the production of electric current by moving electrical charges of electrons through space and magnetic “fields.” The fact that we only know some special cases must not favor the opinion that these cases are the only ones that function in nature. We have to consider magnetism as the basic driver for other counteractions in causality between particles as well.
The indication that each fundamental particle has its anti-particle could well be a specific interpretation of this counteractive functionality of magnetism. Driving this to higher levels of complex manifestations, this could trigger the idea that also each person has its own perfect “anti”-person. It is obvious that we must be careful with this type of extrapolations, but in essence, we are indeed rebuilding the causality within of our most basic constituents of entities on a continuous base. Every TPlanck or 10⁻⁴⁴ sec again,time and time over.
Another conclusion within The Dutch Paradigm is, therefore, that a positron is not the anti-particle of an electron. The positron is still an electron but in another state of oscillation.