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Re: Dielectric Fields

Post by user737 » Wed Sep 18, 2019 1:33 pm

bperet wrote:
Fri Jul 20, 2018 10:59 am
Now, field concepts match current concepts; voltage (t/s2) parallels Planck field (t2/s), current (s/t) parallels the dielectric (s) and their ratio has resistance (t3/s3) paralleling the EM field (t2/s2). The difference is ∢t, as the former is direct current, and the latter is alternating current.
Should be: "...and their ratio has resistance (t2/s3) ..."

What more can you share, Bruce?
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Re: Dielectric Fields

Post by bperet » Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:43 pm

user737 wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 1:33 pm
Should be: "...and their ratio has resistance (t2/s3) ..."
Thanks; fixed the original post.
user737 wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 1:33 pm
What more can you share, Bruce?
I have a lot more info, but have been busy trying to get Larson's out-of-print books back into print.

I did notice that the fields generated by an Van de Graaf generator don't behave as we've been taught (I have a 250kv machine). The presence of thorium (just a simple, calibration disk) causes different behavior--even though the particle emission rate is very low, the effect is constant. One would think that the arc would be repelled by the electrons being emitted from the disk, but that doesn't seem to be the case.

The dielectric field, itself, does not appear to be "lines of force," as commonly believed. I noticed the same thing with magnetism, where iron filings are used to show the "lines" ... in reality, those lines are just the parallel bits of iron repelling each other, giving the appearance of lines. They aren't really there.

Gopi and I were recently discussing electromagnetism, and how it does not technically have "poles", since it is a circular field about a wire. The poles don't show up until you put a piece of metal in the field, then the metal takes on poles--they don't seem to be inherent in the field, itself.

One thing that is omitted in conventional thought is Larson's concept of "speed ranges," one that Tesla actually proved exist in electricity with his coil experiments. Tesla found THREE resonant points in a coil that just had two, vertical wires with balls on the top, that sparked. The first resonant point, the one we conventionally use, makes a spark arc between the balls. The second, of higher frequency, causes a "brush," a spray of electrons that shoot up vertically, neither attracting nor repelling. The third, at a higher frequency yet, causes the brushes to become horizontal, where + and - repel each other. This behavior is identical to what is observed at astronomical levels with the low speed (attract), intermediate (neutral) and ultra-high (repel) speed ranges. This, to me, indicates that the electron, itself, is actually a 3D particle--but 3D in the cosmic sector, with a 1D projection, the conventional "rotating unit of space" that Larson refers to, in the material sector.

I think we have a lot of the particle structures incomplete, dealing with projections instead of the underlying rotational systems.
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Re: Dielectric Fields

Post by user737 » Fri Oct 18, 2019 2:51 pm

bperet wrote:
Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:43 pm
I think we have a lot of the particle structures incomplete, dealing with projections instead of the underlying rotational systems.
I was under the assumption this was already obvious to the group given that we understand that only ratios of space/time or time/space and various powers thereof represented true underlying motion. The electron, being a unit of space only (s) therefore not fitting this definition must be the "shadow," and not the true underlying structure.

Given the electron is an anti-particle and is thus viewed from across the unit speed boundary is seen as a wave (non-local) and such motions which extend beyond the unit boundary are themselves reduced to 1-dimensional structures upon observation fits. The magnitude of the angular speed of rotation (of space) would be this single projection.

The observation of electron "generation", normalized to time, gives current, a speed, or s/t. How can this be an anti-material particle or otherwise? This makes the electron the "waste" motion and as such the higher the current the higher the REAL losses (PLOSS = I2R). The observation of current flow (1-dimensional motion) is the residue (in a gravitational field) and as such would be a reification process of our consciousness to explain away the apparent (outward) progression in only one dimension.
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