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RE: Physics of Wireless Transmission
Original poster: "David Thomson" <dwt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Terry and Bert,
> >Do they concur with your interpretations?
> I certainly did "not" concur with Dave's interpretations as
> to the root cause!
> The spark thing is rather odd on first inspection, but with a
> little testing and thought, it makes perfect sense with
> conventional physics.
My theory merely states that electrostatic charge and
electromagnetic charge have different geometries. This only
implies that the charges will have different physical appearances
and behaviors. How the different appearances and behaviors are
manifested in a given physical experiment is completely
irrelevant. In fact, there should be dozens of different methods
for producing the effect. In this case, my theory predicts the
effect, not its cause.
The fact that we witnessed two distinctly different appearances
to charges is evidence in favor of my theory. This is what I've
been trying to convey all along. My theory does not replace
modern physics, it provides a replacement only for certain sub
theories such as wave/particle duality, force particles, and
probability functions. My theory follows the same rules of
dimensional analysis as does Classical physics. There are a few
new and useful additions (Unified Force Theory, subatomic and
space-time geometry, and strong force law, for example), but
otherwise the physics are essentially the same.