Been running more dielectric field experiments... giving me some unusual and unexpected results.

I was using Geiger counter alignment disks (thorium 232) that each produce about 60 CPM (1 per second), so the meter was clicking irregularly, varying from about 110-125 CPM, but steady. Fluxuations occur from added background radiation. I put it in the dielectric field, to see what happens. From things I had heard from Dave Faust (deceased), the dielectric field tends to neutralize radiation. I've also seen this with nearby ground strikes from lightning in the past. But... nope, not much happened.

I left it running and was running an experiment on attraction and repulsion of a small metal sphere. That is also interesting, because when put in the field, it is pulled towards the center, then a spark arks across, kicking it outward with significant force. The inward pull of the field flips to outward push when it arcs.

I was moving the ball around the charged sphere, looking to see where the strong/weak points were, and the Geiger counter started clicking very fast. I looked at the meter and it was 180+ and climbing... 230, 250, 300, 340... I have NEVER seen it go that high before, and I've run background readings (hooked to my computer) for days on end. Shut off the Van de Graaff generator and the count immediately dropped back to the ~120 range.

OK, that is exactly the opposite of what I thought it would do... so tried to repeat it. Switched back on and it did it again... when it hit 250, I grabbed a small block of wood and put it between the thorium disks and the detector. Count dropped to less than 100. That means the thorium was the source of emission and it was most likely low-energy beta radiation (electrons). To verify, I removed the block of wood and set the detector back on the disks, and in a couple of minutes, CPM started climbing again. However, I have not been able to duplicate it since that night, so there may have been some environmental condition (or, THIS was that "accident" that caused that magnetic explosion that knocked out my electronics a while back).

I am puzzled by this behavior; it is opposite to what theory predicts--but, I based the theory on the premise that dielectricity was basically the 1D projection of cosmic magnetism. Looks like I was wrong there. Using observational data, I started to rethink the equations and it appears that the dielectric and magnetic "forces" are

*reciprocals* of each other, not conjugates. That indicates they are BOTH material effects, one inside the time region and one outside. That being the case, permittivity and permeability of free space and the materials need to be considered. Found some interesting relations:

Your basic "natural unit" relations:

I (current) = s/t

V (voltage) = t/s

^{2}
Q (charge) = t/s

R (resistance) = t

^{2}/s

^{3}
L (inductance) = t

^{3}/s

^{3}
C (capacitance) = s

^{3}/t

μ (permeability) = t

^{3}/s

^{4}
ε (permittivity) = s

^{2}/t

ϕ (magnetic field) = t

^{2}/s

^{2}
ψ (dielectric field) = s

φ (Planck field) = t

^{2}/s

One of the first things you notice is that these components split into speed relations, and energy relations:

speed: current, capacitance, permittivity, dielectric field

energy: voltage, inductance, permeability, magnetic field

ratio: resistance, Planck field

Using natural units, we can find equivalent relations, which follow the same pattern for both aspects:

L = Rt, inductance is resistance for a period of time

C = Gt, capacitance is conductance for a period of time (G = 1/R)

R = μI, resistance is permeability of current

G = εI, conductance is permittivity of current

L = μψ, permeability in a dielectric field produces inductance

C = εψ, permittivity in a dielectric field produces capacitance

φ = ψϕ, the Planck field (EM) is the cross-product of the dielectric and magnetic fields (psi-phi).

ϕ = με, the magnetic field is the cross-product of permeability and permittivity.

If you notice, there is an internal consistency in these relations as reciprocals, not conjugates--but something is still off, conceptually. And since these were all developed on linear/yang thinking... here is my "spin" on it:

We consider "time" to be linear, as "the arrow of time." What if "time", as in the Rt and Gt equations above, was an angular velocity? That would mean it would be analogous to

*frequency*, specifically the

*inverse* of frequency, "seconds per cycle."

Look at the electronic concept of resonant frequency:

or

Which means that LC resonance is nothing more than a birotation, where inductance and capacitance are the "resistance" (reactance) that is changing the angular speed, much like a drag coefficient or "brake shoe."

Considering this, such that you have ⇀t (linear clock time,

*magnitude of change*) and ∠t (angular clock time,

*frequency of change*), things start to make more sense... and may point out a misconception that was introduced by Maxwell, long ago... it may be that ϕ, the "magnetic field," is actually the

*electromagnetic* field and φ, the "Planck field" is actually a "dimagnetic field" -- a static magnetic field from scalar rotation, that parallels the dielectric field.

Now this does not change the math at all, just the conceptual interpretation of the math... so we need to rewrite equations in a more proper form, such as:

V = IR ⇒ V/I = R

φ = ψϕ ⇒ φ/ψ = ϕ

Now, field concepts match current concepts; voltage (t/s

^{2}) parallels Planck field (t

^{2}/s), current (s/t) parallels the dielectric (s) and their ratio has resistance (t

^{3}/s

^{3}) paralleling the EM field (t

^{2}/s

^{2}). The difference is ∢t, as the former is direct current, and the latter is alternating current.

Still working on the concept, but things seem to be making more sense. The "B field" of magnetism seems to be a reactance field, the angular form of resistance, so we never really take a look at the actual magnetic field, itself, hidden under Dollard's concept of the "Planck field."

This would also indicate my list above is incorrect, and should be:

speed: current, capacitance, permittivity, dielectric field

energy: voltage, inductance, permeability,

*dimagnetic/Planck field*
ratio: resistance,

*electromagnetic field*
Every dogma has its day...