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Lower Phase Transition
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 E (x) =1 (x) = velocity of swirling M

In lower phase transitions, waves lose energetic matter and the magnetic loop stands out. During the duality or photon phase, the photons maintain equilibrium between their magnetic and energetic properties and both properties are well defined. This phase is situated between the low phase in which the wave is in a solid state and a higher phase in which the energetic structure is obscure.

In a stable formation, the proportion of energy to matter is as follows:

 E =1 M

In higher phases, the energetic loop is enlarged and rotates at a slower pace (see picture, below left). However, in lower phases, the energy level drops and the energetic loop is smaller (picture, below right). Furthermore, the rotation velocity corresponds with the loss of energy in the energetic loop as well as the decrease in its size.

This phenomenon is represented by the formula to follow:

 E (x*) =1 (x) = velocity of swirling Mag

This is especially pronounced in neutron stars, which lose their energetic matter while rotating at unbelievable speeds. For example, a neutrino — which is a n independent magnetic wave with a limited amount of energetic properties and a high swirl rate — is nearly impossible to track. It can only be caught within the environment of laboratory water bath by a wave with greater energetic properties. This wave behaves like hydrogen, whose properties stand in contrast to those of the neutrino. Consequently, it is able to attract and capture the elusive neutrino.

Every formation loses energy. This causes magnetic properties to increase, while the energetic loop becomes proportionally smaller and the wave transforms into particle formations. Swirling waves disperse their energy in wave mode primarily from their energetic loops, and as they lose energy their speed accelerates.

This explains why an ultraviolet wave is more energetic than an ultra-red wave, as in the former its magnetic loop is dominant (picture, below), and the magnetic loop contains significantly more energy and rotates at greater speeds.