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Electrostatics Seen By Ether Friendly Physics


Dunaev, Yuri




Mechanics / Electrodynamics



Date Published:

December 21, 2015




Electric charge, electrostatics, triboelectric effect, static electricity, gas laws, electric potential, electron, proton, electronic gas, electronic cloud, lightning, ball lightning, thunderstorm, Fatio forces, Faraday forces


The nature of electric phenomena is determined by two kinds of misbalance: the one between the amounts of proton and electron matter, which misbalance can be considered as a source of electric discharges and makes subject of electrostatics, and the other between electrons chaotic motion energies in different parts of electronic cloud that makes source of electric currents. Establishing of even a momentary contact between two electronic clouds of different potentials generates an electric discharge resulting in creation of a common cloud with even electric potential i.e. that one in which the electrons chaotic motion speeds are equal. Proton matter of interacting bodies attracts itself by the forces of Fatio, or in other words – by electromagnetic forces; electronic matter of such bodies repels itself by the forces of diffusion of electronic gas that we call Faraday forces. If the Fatio forces prevail over Faraday forces, the interacting bodies will attract one another; on the contrary, if the Faraday forces prevail those of Fatio the bodies will repel each other.....

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