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March 10, 2020 - The Constancy of the Speed of Lightview

March 04, 2020 - The Fine Structure of Four-Dimensional Space-Timeview

February 27, 2020 - Pythagoras's Theorem in Seven Dimensionsview

January 29, 2020 - The Significance of the Poynting Vectorview

January 25, 2020 - The Positronium Orbit in the Electron-Positron Seaview

January 18, 2020 - Maxwell's Displacement Current and Capacitorsview

January 01, 2020 - Maxwell's Original Equationsview

December 30, 2019 - Electromagnetism and the Rolling Wheelview

August 18, 2019 - Ampère’s Circuital Law and Displac...view

August 14, 2019 - Wireless Radiation Beyond the Near Magnetic Fieldview

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Comments

Dr. D. Jaisson(Palestinian Territories):
You are the archetype of the self-deluded English wanker in a state of contemplation of his own ideas, Tombe.

Posted: April 26, 2020 @ 7:18:43 am
federico(Milano, Italy):
I was born 10 years after you, I am a physic like you, I left the profession (but not the passion and the study) and like you I was tormented by doubt. I thought I didn't understand ... but then I began to suspect that the relationship DO NOT TO UNDERSTAND = DO NOT TO ACKNOWLEDGE. But took me much longer to come to this conclusion and the discussions at the university, apart from a couple of exceptions, I always preferred to avoid them. Having said that I congratulate you for your works!

Posted: January 21, 2020 @ 11:08:28 am
federico(Milano, Italy):
I was born 10 years after you, I am a physic like you, I left the profession (but not the passion and the study) and like you I was tormented by doubt. I thought I didn't understand ... but then I began to suspect that the relationship DO NOT TO UNDERSTAND = DO NOT TO ACKNOWLEDGE. But took me much longer to come to this conclusion and the discussions at the university, apart from a couple of exceptions, I always preferred to avoid them. Having said that I congratulate you for your works!

Posted: January 21, 2020 @ 11:08:22 am
Frederick David Tombe(United Kingdom):
The surface tension forces that you have drawn attention to are no easier to explain than gravity itself. Electrostatic force and gravity both come under the jurisdiction of Gauss's law, but that doesn't explain their actual origins at a deeper level, and so to try and explain one in terms of the other would be tantamount to explaining something in terms of itself. Physics is about identifying the laws of nature, and the controversy at hand in these scientific articles is about identifying the existence of and describing the medium (the luminiferous medium) that acts as the carrier of light waves and which channels the fundamental forces in a manner that manifests as electromagnetism. Centrifugal force on the large scale is a consequence of Newton's laws of motion, and I contend that these fundamental laws of motion arise through interaction between ponderable matter and that same luminiferous medium. Mainstream scientists don't believe that any such medium exists, and so the issue in these articles is to demonstrate that it does exist. But as to how it came into existence or how it is animated, that is a deeper question which lies outside the field of physics. By analogy, we can physically describe a television set, but unless both electricity and a signal are injected into it from beyond, it is simply a dead object. Likewise, a physicist can describe the universe but can't explain the vitality that is injected into it from beyond. The tiny electron-positron dipoles that I contend fill all of space, each of which constitutes a sink and source, are portals to the beyond in like manner to the two pin electric socket in the wall which leads to the power source for the television. And there lies the source of gravity and the other fundamental forces.

Posted: August 21, 2016 @ 5:07:09 pm

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