Charge as a Barotropic Polar Fluid Flow
With Internal Angular Momentum

(c) Robert Neil Boyd

I don't think you will find any reference materials on positronic circuits, except perhaps some speculative science fiction by Issac Asimov.

The problem is that it is difficult to generate the enormous densities of positrons that would make engineering of positronic circuits feasible.

Then there is the minor detail that positrons are anti-matter and tend to vanish rapidly in mutually annihilative collisions with normal matter in a relatively short distance along a conductor. At the densities similar to electron densities we are accustomed to in our electronic systems, such reactions would probably not make the conductors and other circuit elements too happy.

It has occurred to me that it is possible that positrons already are flowing in our existing electronic circuits, but how to accommodate such flows and take advantage of the time-reversed properties of positrons is not a simple matter either, as far as I can see.

Still, there might be a way, based on Shpilman's most recent studies of coherent electron flows. Any positronic circuit would probably be composed of complex organizations of multiple positron containment field structures, analogous to plasma circuits. Now, there *are* references on "plasma circuits", if you want to look for them.

Here is something else to contemplate: *Charge* is a flow of a barotropic POLAR fluid with internal angular momentum! Perhaps this fluid is comprised of subquantum particles. (Now, where does charge obtain its internal angular momentum?)

Also, from QM, probability evidences fluidic flows in the form:

@P/@t + div S = 0

where P is probability and the probability current, S, is:

hbar/2mi(sigma* @sigma/@x - sigma @sigma*/@x)

("@" denotes a partial.)

It is possible to conceive that this fluidic property of probability flows is due to motions of an aetheric fluid which may be comprised of subquantum particles.

The quantity of subquantum particles in an element volume is the unbalanced flow of some current S across the boundaries. Changes in probability are the result of this flow. Where this flow is convective, it can be superluminal. Such convective flows can occur in the manner of aether-energy-density longitudinal waves. Intersecting flows of longitudinal aether waves can result in standing wave patterns and holographic interference patterns in the physical vacuum. Repetitious events of this kind can lead to a re-enforcement of the structurings of the physical vacuum. As this is a successive process, each repetition will result in a more stable structuring of the continuum of subquantum particles which comprise the aether. This structuring can be viewed as similar to the changes of state of normal matter, e.g., plasma to gas to liquid to plastic to solid to crystal, where each successive state represents a stronger probability for a given event. This has been modeled by Henry Stapp as what he calls "quantum matter".

In the FPU lattice model, these flows are due to subquantum particle fluxes. This view, in combination with Ark's event-based QM, and Bohm's ontological QM, apparently leads to the deterministic QM to which you have aspired.

However, let us never forget that Consciousness is involved in *all* physical processes, and Consciousness is the ultimate determiner of all event sequences.

Considering all of the above, is it possible that gravitational waves are identical to probability waves in the vacuum media, being comprised of convective flows of energy density waves of subquantum particles which can proceed at infinite velocity?

This is related to Tony Smith's graviphotons which are the rotation group of Moebius transform E/M and which can also be superluminal. Graviphotons may be identical to tachyons which may be identical to neutrinos. Thus, probability current waves may involve tachyons/neutrinos/graviphotons.

If we can examine the physical structures of these entities, perhaps we may find some similarities. These entities may be directly related to the structure of the twistor on S3 as illustrated by Roger Penrose, and to the Kerr-Newman vortex model of the electron shown by Tony Smith, as being comprised of Clifford-Hopf flows of subquantum particles in a vorticular movement. Which brings us back to the Rodin/Clifford-Hopf coils...

I think C-H coils will work. The physics says that an energized C-H coil will result in a thrust vector along the principle axis of the C-H toroid.