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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #30 on: April 23, 2015, 09:10:32 PM »
Hello hanon and sadang !!

I have decided to post here informations about scalar electromagnetic filed - because i want to evade nonsence-flooding of top valuable information and really got tired of obscurantists which promote own ignorance and lack of knowledge.


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« Reply #31 on: April 23, 2015, 09:51:47 PM »
Gennadiy Vasilevitch Nikolaev and his science followers - Scientific books

Г.В.Николаев - Тайны электромагнетизма и свободная энергия RUS.djvu
Научный вакуум. Кризис в фундаментальной физике. Есть ли выход.djvu
Непротиворечивая Электродинамика. Теория, эксперименты, парадоксы. Книга 1 1997.djvu
1-1.Р.Г. Сигалов. Новые исследования движущих сил магнитного поля. 1965 год.djvu
1-2. Р.Г. Сигалов.Новые исследования движущих сил магнитного поля. 2-е дополненное издание - 1975 год.djvu
G.V.Nikolaev1997- Elektrodnamika.djvu
Samarin 2010 RUS.djvu
Р.Г.Сигалов и др. Динамическое действие электромагнитных полей.1967.djvu
Современная электродинамика и причины её парадоксальности. 2003 г.djvu
Томилин. О свойствах векторного электродинамического потенциала.doc
Томилин. Обобщенная электродинамика.pdf
Томилин. Основы обобщенной электродинамики. Части I,II,III .pdf
Томилин. Основы обобщенной электродинамики. Части IV, V. Прикладные вопросы.pdf
Томилин. Основы обобщенной электродинамики. Части IV, V. Прикладные вопросы_2.pdf
Томилин. Экспериментальное исследование продольного электромагнитного взаимодействия.pdf
Томилин. Экспериментальное исследование продольного электромагнитного взаимодействия_2.pdf
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Томилин. Обобщенная электродинамика и перспективы развития новых технологий.ppt
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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #40 on: April 24, 2015, 12:31:01 AM »
второе магнитное поле Г.В.Николаева
second magnetic filed of Gennadiy V. Nikolaev

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LslKr17gz-w

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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #41 on: April 24, 2015, 06:53:43 PM »
Hi Enjoykin,


All that good info in welcome here. As faf as I have research Nikolaev also points to the existance of longitudinal waves (also predicted by Tesla, Meyl and others...). I think this makes a lot of sense


I have found a 2004 book by Nikolaev in OCR format. It is so long (700 pages) that Google Translator is unable to traduce it into english:


ELECTRODYNAMICS PHYSICAL VACUUM. The new concepts of the physical world
http://electricaleather.com/d/358095/d/nikolayevg.v.elektrodinamikafizicheskogovakuuma.pdf


Also I have found a paper by Tomilin which seems to be what it is collected in your previous video:


The Fundamentals of Generalized Electrodynamics
http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/0807/0807.2172.pdf


Lastly this is a gift about a magnetic motor based on Siberian Colia magnets. The construction is depicted into this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3Pelqzqd_Y


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMHOiIfxZ1g



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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #42 on: April 24, 2015, 09:54:19 PM »
Hello hanon !!

Thank you !! Excellent informations and videos.

I have seen you already have joined builders.huiq.com forum.  I am proposing you continue our conversation on EJJunke private forum. As i can see there are lot of nice guys and peacful place for exchange ideas and thoughts.

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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #43 on: May 04, 2015, 01:59:04 AM »
I have learnt that the equation known to calculate Lorentz force (F=qv x B) violates Newton 3rd law because action and reaction forces are not aligned. By constrast, Ampere force equation match perfectly with Newton´s Third Law. both forces are aligned. In order to hold Lorentz force as correct our dear physicists must postulate the emission of a photon to keep the conservation of momentum. Therefore, which queation is correct? ... :-\ ...

http://www.panospappas.gr/INACURACIES.htm


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This law of AMPERE, in 1821  1826 to the French Academy of Science, retains always action and reaction. No need for photon emission as no photon emission is experimentally  really ever observed and neveris known to occur for DC.
When the law of AMPERE and that of LORENTZ is integrated for closed circuits which only is assumed to exist they are equivalent. This is why the wrong law of Lorentz may survive!


 Sadly Ampere force was buried with the arrival of Maxwell theory. Weber picked up this equation and developed his EM theory (Weber electrodynamics)


It seems that for close circuits both equation give the same results BUT ... for non closed currents / non steady currents  only Ampere law may represent longitudinal forces:


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In steady DC currents, forces for closed circuits can  be distinguished numerically that are due to Ampere's or  to Lorentz's force laws (See section MAGNETS, (3c)). Also by forces due to sparks, lightning, any transient currents. can be distinguished whether they belong to one of the two laws, actually they belong only to one, that of the correct law of Ampere or to the fictitious law of Lorentz ! This is for due to the fact that these currents are transient in very short time. Let me become clear. Suppose we have a stead state current in a closed circuit. All its forces are indistinguishable in origin. Suppose the circuit is suddenly interrupted by a spark unavoidably in a gap, then in the copper parts of the circuit charges are moving very slowly, as in every metallic conductor some cm/second, on the contrary in the unavoidable spark charges may move at any high speed. THEREFORE, DUE TO THE INERTIA, THE FAST MOVING CHARGES KEEP MOVING LONGER AND CONSTITUTE AN ISOLATED CURRENT.! ISOLATED CURRENTS EXHIBIT LONGITUDINAL AMPERE FORCES, WHICH DO NOT CANCEL OUT. As a result an Ampere explosion occurs with a loud audible sound. This explosion can be explained in terms only of Ampere forces.


By the way, Nikolaev was a follower of Ampere theory in the sense that Ampere postulated that magnetic field do not exist. It is just attraction and repulsion from current circulating in each magnetized atom. Therefore Ampere just gave credit to electric field and magnetism was just a  electric consequence of rotating current in magnet´s atoms (attraction or repulsion)






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Re: Is Faraday´s Induction Law correct?
« Reply #44 on: May 10, 2015, 07:52:06 PM »
Hi,


I have found in internet a book by Gennady V. Nikolaev called:  "UNKNOWN SECRETS OF ELECTROMAGNETISM AND FREE ENERGY" (2002). It is in russian but anyway I post here because it is good to have it for a possible future reference or translation. If anyone is able to get an english translation it would be very nice...


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