Tombe, F.D., The Double Helix Theory of the Magnetic Field (An Interpretation of Maxwell's 1861 Paper 'On Physical Lines of Force'), December 2008
Maxwell's 1861 paper 'On Physical Lines of Force' is interpreted. An improvement is proposed that involves replacing his molecular vortices with rotating electron-positron dipoles. These dipoles will each comprise of an electron and a positron undergoing a mutual orbit. Electromagnetism is then explained in terms of an electric sea in which magnetic lines of force are physically comprised of helical springs created out of rotating electron-positron dipoles. The electron-positron dipoles are bonded together in a double helix pattern and the resulting helical springs form elliptical or circular solenoidal hoops around an electric circuit or a bar magnet.