I tried to prove there is a third field. By showing resonance without a magnetic field component.

This is not true. Resonance, is still between electric and magnetic fields.

The "apparent" non magnetic field I tried to prove, actually was a magnetic field that was more north than south(or vice versa), due to the long duration (50%) positive pulses I used to get the coil into resonance.

This resulted in a swing of the compass, as the resultant vector of the fast changing magnetic field wasn't zero.

But It can be zero!

the magnetic field can be perfectly balanced, resulting in dielectric/magnetic resonance, that doesn't swing the compass needle.

The way to do this, is by instant voltage. off-on-off.

A simulation of a back emf spike, that has high voltage (energy), but is instant.

It has no duration in time. To do this is to connect and disconnect (instant) a charged capacitor to the resonant coil.

the resonance produced by this method is rather special. it has a much higher voltage then the original spike.

This is because, the counterspacial dielectric field bewteen the windings is instantly there. as soon as the voltage is applied from the cap, the voltage difference is instantly there bewteen the windings. it takes NO TIME, the dielectric field is instantly there.

In comparing with a capacitor, that needs charge time, because the plates are not connected,

the bifilar coil needs no charge time, the dielectric field is instantly there!!!

Now think what this does at resonance... where the fields transform back and forth between dielectric and magnetic.

The Sine wave representative of the dielectric field strength (voltage) reseaches its maximum voltage, and is charged instantly by the capacitor to a higher voltage. charge is even a wrong word... as it indicates time. it is instant.

this higher voltage, dielectric field, @ resonance transforms into a magnetic field, and back into a dielectric field (negative) and back into a magnetic field (negative) and again back to a positive dielectric field, where the whole process starts again.

But this time the dielectric field is stronger (only a small loss from wire resistance), than before. Again it is pulsed. the voltage becomes higher and higher...

super empose this onto the magnetic resonant sine, and we've got a runaway.

more and more voltage, stronger and stornger magnetic fields.

only restricted by the wire resistance, and the switching mechanism.

To create a output, simply ad another resonant coil in parallel, tune it to the first resonant coil, and rectify into a capacitor bank, to feed a DC load. the load, keeps the voltage rise under control. clipping of the top and bottom of the sine wave making it more like a rectangle...

This is what I'm working on, and what I'll keep doing until it works.

I'll use my youtube channel to explain it in smaller steps.

this is the playslist so far:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhY27Zoor-Q&list=PLFz4KwTTMz5HlNimggtTsrDN9_jD2ZTeS