EtherQuestions wrote: ↑
Tue May 12, 2020 5:56 am
"The reason there is no real loss of power like we have in conventional electricity whether wired or wireless is because the dielectric field (aka electric field or electrostatic field) and magnetic field is in 0 degree conjunction in longitudinal electricity instead of 90 degree quadrature."
Are you referring to the sine wave reading of potential/current or geometric angles of the physical field direction? And is this the dielectric field in the capacitor or conducting wire (e.g. pinch effect)?
I heard something in this theoretical position on EM that heat losses in the conductor are a frictional "drag" of the transient EM field and not flowing electrons. How does the 0 degree conjunction in the longitudinal electricity stop this frictional drag? By 0 degree does this mean the fields are no longer orthogonal (90 degrees) and are now physically pointing in the same direction?
Would a ferrous magnetic needle then point in the same direction as a dielectric needle when dangled over the conductor?
Transverse and Longitudinal electric wave tests by JLN Labs: http://jnaudin.free.fr/html/lmdtem.htm
Eric Dollard's demonstration of Tesla's Longitudinal electricity: http://ericpdollard.com/free-videos/tra ... ectricity/
If you use Trifield meter, you can measure that the electric field and magnetic field are flowing in the same direction meaning they are in 0 degree conjunction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ8drfI4j9o
Longitudinal electricity also allows for load to be powered with just one wire.
I don't know whether ferrous magnetic needle would point in the same direction as a dielectric needle when dangled over the conductor as no one has done that before for longitudinal electricity flowing on a conductor.
You will need to ask Eric Dollard about more as he is the one who knows best about it: http://ericpdollard.com/contact-eric-dollard/
LMD wave needs thorough research to correctly determine whats what and whats actually happening. Currently there's little known about LMD wave as mainstream scientific community think electricity only exist as transverse wave.
Also i think birkeland currents likely have longitudinal nature to it with electrical compression and rarefaction taking place. Electrical compression may be the cause of Z-pinch possibly.