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   Do the charges of the vacuum react with each other? - part two

  Next contribution is the diagram with three particles seeing each other by means of two intermediate photons. There are four photon couplings then and a wavefunction diminishing factor 10.000.

In space this may look like


1 ---+ ++-+
2 --+- +-++
3 -+-- -+++
Attractive: 8 0121 1210
Repulsive: 8 2101 1012
Netforce: 0 -2020 020-2

Once again there are equal net amounts of attractive and repulsive interactions: there is no netforce to be expected. Let’s shift to the next type of diagrams, three particles, three interacting photons with 6 photon couplings and a wavefunction diminishing factor 1.000.000. The appearance in space is like

The corresponding Feynman diagram is by example


1 ---+ ++-+
2 --+- +-++
3 -+-- -+++
Attractive: 12 0222 2220
Repulsive: 12 3111 1113
Netforce: 0 -3111 111-3



Next: four particles on the corners of a tetraeder, three interactions, six photon-electron couplings, wavefunction diminishing factor 1000.000.



1 ---- +--- +++- ++++
2 ---+--++ --++-+++
3 --+--+-+ -+-++-++
4 -+---++- +--+++-+
Attractive: 24 01221132 23112210
Repulsive: 24 32112201 10221123
Netforce: 0 -3-111-1-131 13-1-111-1-3



Next: 4 particles, 4 interactions, 8 photon-electron couplings, wavefunction diminishing factor 100.000.000.




1 ---- +--- +++- ++++
2 ---+--++ --++-+++
3 --+--+-+ -+-++-++
4 -+---++- +--+++-+
Attractive: 32 02222242 24222220
Repulsive: 32 42222202 20222224
Netforce: 0 -40000040 0400000-4



Next: 4 particles, 5 interactions, 10 photon-electron couplings, wavefunction diminishing factor 10 to the power of 10.




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repulsive: 40
netforce: 0
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