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Author Topic: Is There A Second Kind Of Conduction?  (Read 2477 times)

Offline Eighthman

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Is There A Second Kind Of Conduction?
« on: July 11, 2017, 03:49:18 PM »
So, we visualize electrons as spinning little tops moving along a wire with their axis at 90 degrees to the direction of the current flow.  Kinda like a gyroscope sitting on a wire but moving along.


Is it possible to have electrons spinning with their axis ALIGNED with the direction of current flow?  Like a bead on an abacus  or a bead on a stretched out necklace, moving along, centered on the line, with any rotation centered on that line?


Yes, I know about drift current and details about quantum vs classical models of spin - but that doesn't address the question as electrons clearly have a direction of their spin - by which we observe macro effects ( magnetism).


So, I visualize one or more coils wrapped around a toroid of coiled wire.  If you pulse it just right, I would think maybe this strange form of conduction might exist - as the two coils are 90 degrees apart and not aligned as one would expect a transformer to be.  Like the Tesla patent.... ( guess what I'm gonna suggest next)