Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Double Helix Theory of the Magnetic Field

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.


Anaconda said...

Interesting that some of the largest astronomical structures like the Double Helix nebula (UCLA image) near the center of the Milky Way take the same shape.

And for the same exact reason as in the post, magnetism.

Funny how that works.

"We see two intertwining strands wrapped around each other as in a DNA molecule," said Mark Morris, a UCLA professor of physics and astronomy, and lead author. "Nobody has ever seen anything like that before in the cosmic realm. Most nebulae are either spiral galaxies full of stars or formless amorphous conglomerations of dust and gas — space weather. What we see indicates a high degree of order."

"If you take these magnetic field lines and twist them at their base, that sends what is called a torsional wave up the magnetic field lines.

"You can regard these magnetic field lines as akin to a taut rubber band," Morris added. "If you twist one end, the twist will travel up the rubber band."

Or, in other words, torsional dynamics causes instantaneous action at a distance.

So, explicitly, the Double Helix nebula is attributed to the force of magnetism.

And you know what?

The Universe is fractal in nature.

See, Fractal Universe, a pictorial hypothesis

A worthwhile slide show presentation.

The double helix as the foundation of biological life, as a building block for matter, and at the comic level of large structures.


It follows in a way doesn't it?

Jeffery Keown said...

"Or, in other words, torsional dynamics causes instantaneous action at a distance."


Try again.

Quantum_Flux said...

Um, the magnetic field probably does play a role in double helix dna, or in triple helix or RNA for that matter.

Anaconda said...

Jeffery Keown: "Instantaneous?

Try again."

How about near instantaneous?

Evidence abounds that gravity travels much faster than the speed of light, otherwise, Earth would sling out of orbit as gravity would take eight minutes to travel from the Sun to the Earth.

I accept your point.

Quantum_Flux said...

Um, gravitation doesn't come in pulses, it's a constant bombardment of gravitons, much like air pressure is a constant bombardment of gas molecules or how light is a constant bombardment of photons. Each of those elements are the summation of particle-waves.