The electric force can be explained entirely in terms of zero-point neutrinos. All that is required is to give the neutrino the ability to carry a footprint of whatever charged particle it has most recently interacted with.
When a neutrino hits a hook covered quantum, its hoops get drawn out. The neutrino gets a small charge which it carries with it back into space. A neutrino that hits a hoop covered quantum will return to space with its hooks drawn out.
The space surrounding a hook covered quantum is in this way filled with neutrinos with their hoops drawn out. The space surrounding a hoop covered quantum is full of neutrinos with hooks drawn out.
When charged neutrinos hit other charged neutrinos we get one of two types of collisions:
- If the neutrinos carry different charges, we get an abrasive collision. The hooks and hoops latch briefly onto each other. They make a hard turn and vacate the field in between the two charged quanta. We get a low pressure in the aether.
- If the neutrinos carry the same charge, we get a non-abrasive collision. There is no latching onto the other neutrino. There is no hard turn. The neutrinos stay in the field between the two charged quanta. This gives us a high pressure in the aether.
Low and high pressure regions are thus created in the aether by charged surfaces.
This explains why opposite charges attract while same charge repel.