# Why is there Entanglement: Because Definition is a Function of Equal & Opposite Relativities

Quantum fluctuations phase. Equal and opposite relativities define a change in dimension.

Equal and opposite fluctuations are what is.

Definition is a function of equal and opposite relativities.

That’s what we call entanglement.

A change in one fluctuation effects the other because they define each other.

# Where’s the missing Antimatter? The Story of the Electron and Potential Antimatter

Dirac equations describe  ‘negative’ energy.

‘Negative’ energy is a ‘negative’ particle.

Not negative energy.  Anti-energy.

Anti energy is potential, relative to energy.

Anti energy is defined, relative to energy.

But what do we see in a could chamber?

A high energy collision creates an electron and positron.

Relative to the antimatter created is the creation of potential matter.

We created a potential electron. We defined a potential electron.

The electron is defined relative to a potential anti-electron (positron).

The anti-electron (positron) is defined relative to a potential electron.

When an electron and a positron annihilate, energy is released.

Where’s the negative energy? Its potential anti-energy.

Dirac’s equation is sourced from four matrices.

One matrix defines the positive energy of the electron.

One matrix defines the potential negative energy of the electron.

One matrix defines the potential energy of the anti- electron.

One matrix defines the potential negative energy of the anti-electron. This is the energy that allows the potential electron to be defined when anti-matter is  defined.

When potential anti-matter goes from being potential energy to being realized energy, potential (negative?) energy of the electron is defined.