Image: presented online by Wal Thornhill, Nov 27, 2010
This entry was posted on April 15, 2012 by Zeke. It was filed under electricity .
It is just a word for a local effect: Rub a comb on your sweater and it will attract a piece of paper: It is called “statics”. All people working with rheology of powders know it. One and the same powder can have two different bulk densities: The one having more “atmosphere” on it has the lower density, as being more charged it repels the neighboring particles.
Really when the two opposite charges (ions or whatever) get close, at the point of almost neutrality they turn from being waves to being “mass”. The same phenomenon it is easily observed when we have two liquids reactants (an anion and a cation) out of which a product is obtained, and precipitates as a solid.
Every “discrete amount of energy” so “congealed” has a transient existence, and relatively, it can be considered also as a wave.
Time to revisit I.Velikovsky´s “Cosmos without Gravitation”: http://www.giurfa.com/cosmos_without_gravitation.pdf
May 24, 2012 at 11:40 pm
The electret depicted above are situated in the same direction, in real world they may have different angle however always close to form the acutest squared triangle possible (electricity and magnetism are always at 90º).
May 25, 2012 at 12:02 am
Thank you Adolfo. I am glad to have your links here.
July 16, 2012 at 9:49 am
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