Simply put, the dual field theory states that you can construct a model of space which can support particles and waves from two fields:
First imagine a network like a fishnet without bounds. Now make it 3-D so the strings form cube shaped spaces between them. This is the first field. Now take a second 3-D network and put it in the space between the strings of the first field. This is the second field. The two fields never touch. I imagine some elastic ‘stuff’ between the strings so they stay separated. Matter is nothing more that a ‘crossed over’ pairs of strings or simply twisted strings between two nodes. For instance a protron would be two strings, one from each field, which have been pulled out of place and are looped around each other. An electron might be a twisted string by itself. A neutron has both. This looping involves a twist to the right or to the left. A positron has a twist in the opposite direction to an electron. The twists come about by energetic collisions between other moving stuff or waves colliding with matter. Now it is obvious that two twists near each other will repel if they twist in the same direction (like charges repel) and two twists in the opposite direction will attract (unlike charges attract). Also every twist in any direction will pull the two fields together a little and like two balls on a bedspread all ‘matter’ will attract (gravity). This is the missing 5th dimension of Kalusa.no need for gravitons here)
There must also be an inherant
mechanism for a twist to travel in any direction within the dual field
so that matter can move. When an electron and a positron meet the twists
can then untwist setting up the vibrations of a photons which travel off
As in the FeynmamilEinstein’s "magnetic fields might be dispensed with" idea, I also see magnetic fields as simply artifacts of moving charges. Move a propeller through water and it spins, so does the ether. Spin the ether and you will push anything that is twisted in it.
Variations on a theme:
1. How about a dual network made up of roughly sperical cells where the joints between the cell walls form the actual net? This has the appeal of a simple formation of tiny balls of stuff squashed together.
2. Prossibly the fishnet does not have square holes but rather triangular holes. Making this 3-D taxes my mind but it might make more sense in the long run since hadrons are made up of 3 quarks.
3. Either that or three interlocked
fields (The Triple Field Theory) where hadrons have three looped strings
and leptons have
4. Or how about a rigid field (an absolute background) and a flexable field attached to it with the same properties as expounded above.