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.

We made antimatter. That’s not all we made.

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. **