The Double Helix Theory of the Magnetic Field
Date: Monday, April 03, 2006 @ 19:58:45 UTC Topic: Science
David Tombe writes: Dear Sir, I was interested to see that you support the idea of an electron positron dielectric. Check out this web link to obtain a more accurate double helix structure for it.
Yours sincerely David Tombe
Abstract. Maxwell’s 1861 paper ‘On Physical Lines of Force’ (parts I to III) is interpreted, and an improvement is proposed which involves replacing his vortex cells with rotating electron positron dipoles. The cause of magnetism is then explained in terms of a vortex sea of electron positron dipoles, in which magnetic field lines are comprised of helical springs created out these dipoles. The electron positron dipoles are bonded together in a double helix pattern and the resulting helical springs close on themselves in elliptical or circular solenoidal hoops.
James ClerkMaxwell published his paper 'On Physical Lines of Force' in 1861 in the Philosophical Magazine [1]. http://vacuumphysics.com/Maxwell/maxwell_oplf.pdf
The Interpretation I. In part I of his 1861 paper ‘On Physical Lines of Force’ [1], Maxwell proposes that magnetism can be explained by the pressure differential between the axial and the equatorial planes of a vortex sea, in which the vortices are aligned along their axial plane, and all rotating in the same direction. He considers that a tension exists in the axial plane, and that a centrifugal pressure exists in the equatorial plane. He justifies his proposal by introducing the equations of mechanical equilibrium and combining them with his vortex theory of pressure differential, and showing that such an arrangement would explain the mathematics of some important aspects of magnetism. In doing so, equation (1) in Maxwell’s paper gives us the relationship between density and magnetic permeability, which proves to be of ultimate importance in the final conclusion of his work, when he carries this result forward into equation (132) of part III. Maxwell attempts to reconcile his mathematical results with his physical model, and he arrives at some interesting explanations. He explains the alignment of a bar magnet in a magnetic field in terms of differential axial tension in his vortex columns, giving rise to a torque.
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