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Offline Grumpy

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Re: Just in case...
« Reply #15 on: June 23, 2008, 09:40:31 PM »

Glad to see the nice (Accurate....) picture, but I have a question.  Is there any way to define
where the "reversal" occurs.  I have never seen that specification, where the direction is
reversed at opposite ends.  I am curious as to the ends of WHAT.  I.E. standing wave?

Just looking for a little clarification.  There are very few that use the word "Tempic" wave
around here, so I have no-one else to ask.  I've seen lots of info and several tests, but I
have no true reference that I trust.

Any basic ibfo along the lines of How / Where that reversal takes place would be great.

Thanks  (I'm supposed to be on vacation, but this caught my eye.)


Where is the reversal?  Well, isn't the circuit a closed loop?  I don't think the green field in the image reverses like a magnetic field does, but is like two spirals in opposite directions - like Dollard and Leedskalnin indicated.  It is akin to light in many ways.

"Tempic" was coined by Wilbert Smith.  It is easier than saying or writing "electric scalar potential" or "electric vector potential" - see Einsteins four vector for more on those - the "phi" field is the "time" component of the four-vector, so equating the tempic field to the phi field may be correct.

Offline Gobaga

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Re: Just in case...
« Reply #16 on: November 10, 2008, 03:21:41 PM »
Is there anybody else who made any experiment on that subject?

Yes.  I have verified that there is a difference between the positive energy at one end of the wire and the negative energy at the other.  Positive produced a stinging effect when pulsed, but the negative did not.  I have not tried switching both sides.