Antimatter, what is it and where did it all go? Antimatter is no mystery to me. It is rare regular matter and not much was ever made in the first place. To explain antimatter, I will have to explain matter. I have done this previously and started out by saying that there are four fundamental particles. I was wrong, there are only two, the electron and the proton. A particle is a helical ring of charge. In the lowest state the helix has one turn. I call this the pitch. The voltage of a particle remains constant, one - electron charge for electrons and one + charge for a proton. This charge is distributed evenly on the surface of the ring. The whole ring rotates at the CONSTANT speed of light with an EVEN UNCHANGING electric flux. This constant moving charge flux in the center edge of the ring, constitutes DC current. This causes a magnetic moment in the center of the ring, with a north and south pole, perpendicular to the ring plane. So, all particles have one electric pole and two magnetic poles. All charge is self repulsive. Because of this, the ring is always trying to expand and fly apart, especially in the center where the lines from opposite sides repel each other. At the same time, the magnetic field is coming out of the south pole and surrounding the ring and returning to the north pole.....this compresses the ring. At the speed of light rotation, the electric equals the magnetic and the particle is stable at a particular diameter. There is no radiation because nothing is changing. It's a DC device. The charge is evenly distributed and constant. The electric field is constant. The magnetic field is constant. Central charge flow(current) is constant. The particle is not spatially moving. NO RADIATION. The main reason that particles are so hard to understand is because that act so differently from what we are use to seeing. In our living scale, we normally don't see objects expand and contract when we act on them. And when it does, it's usually one way. i.e..burning or blowing up. Or adding to or taking from. In other words, we don't take a two inch car out of our pocket and hit the remote....car expands to normal size...drive to work....hit remote....re-pocket car.......do we? But this is what happens to particles....and at a much LARGER scale. This is why it is important to understand surface area and diameter area of charge(particle). The surface area controls the electric field density and the diameter area controls the magnetic field density. When a charge contracts, it causes an increase in the electric flux and therefore a larger repulsive force in the center of the charge. This causes an increase in the charge flow(current), which causes an increase in the magnetic field that compensates for the repulsive force. When a charge contracts, it presents a smaller target for external fields. An external electric field has less effect on a stationary high energy particle than a stationary low energy particle due to surface area. In a low energy particle, the magnetic field is like a short fat weak bar magnet because of diameter area. As the charge and diameter area contract and current increases........it's like the bar magnet changes to a very strong, skinny, bar magnet. Now if electrons and protons have the same structure and mechanism, why are they not the same size? Why does an electron always 350-450 times larger size than a proton and why does a proton have about 1800 times the mass(AM) as an electron? Since a particle is only charge........there must be something more than than polarity of charge to cause this difference. There is....it's a mis-understood parameter....I call it IN and OUT. Some call this left handedness and right handedness. Science calls it chirality. Polarity of charge does not mean that field lines come out of positive charges and go into negative charges. All fields are emitted out of the charge. Polarity is the way charge moves. Charge can not move in a straight line, it coils. Negative charge coils to the left and positive charge coils to the right. Everything in the universe, from the very small, to the very large....spins. This is because the universe as a whole...spins. This does not mean all particles have a common direction of movement.......BUT it does mean that all particles have a common IN and OUT. When you throw a coil into a rotating system, the coil will tend to travel either in or out of the system, depending on the rotational direction of system spin. In other words......in a one way spinning system(spinning in the correct direction)......a right hand coil will have a tendency to spiral toward the center and a left hand coil will have a tendency to spiral out from the center. The center is not the center of the universe.......the center is the closest center. All charge centers have the same IN and OUT. That's chirality. End of part #1.