New letter from Jerry Bayles:

January 22,2015

Dear Associates in Electrogravitation Research,

Ordinary electromagnetic radiation in free space travels at the speed of light and obeys all of Maxwell's equations. The radiation is associated with the free space impedance of 376 ohms that is essentially a pure resistance.

If we now consider a waveguide structure, electromagnetic waves have a group velocity, a phase velocity and their product is equal to the square of the speed of light in free space.

Now, a quantum particle at nearly zero velocity can be associated assigned the term group velocity and that group velocity is therefore nearly zero. This also corresponds to a standing wave associated with the wavefunction of that particle. That same particle has a portion of its related quantum wavefunction being nearly equal to having an infinite velocity by phase velocity = c^2 / group velocity. As a quantum particle approaches the speed of light, both the group and phase velocity approach each other and the speed of light also. At that point, the particle has the smallest reactive component. At nearly zero velocity, the reactive component is the largest.

The conclusion is obvious, that quantum particles form their own waveguide structure within the wavefunction associated with them. Further, the nearly infinite phase velocity is the action velocity that transports the gravitational action.

It is also of interest that the phase velocity and group velocity in a wave guide have the mathematical form of the special relativity gamma function of the square root of 1 - vel^2/c^2. (Air Force manual 52-A and 52-B.)

From the above, we have the reason why supernovas have not been correlated to a gravitational wave occurring at the same time of observation visually. **Gravitational action is nearly instantaneous by reason of the superluminal nature of the waveguide construct as explained above.**

Peace be with us all.

Jerry E. Bayles (Quantum Mechanic)