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The Transverse Electromagnetic Wave is a dual helical wave transport that rotates along and between 2 wires creating a magnetic equipotential structure from the centre of the wire and an electric equipotentia; along the surface of the wires.That is, a dipole field exists in the dielectric between the 2 wires and surrounding them.
If the wires are attached to a source/ sink the Equipotentials take the shortest routein contra motion to the ends of the wires where they are reflected. Thus it is a mix of two sorts of equipotentials, dielecctric and diamagnetic.

Should a load be connected across the wires , or the wires shorted ,then a transformation takes place which draws the wave to the load or short to do transformative work.
The wave thus transformed dissipates any difference in potential down or op to ambirmy potential, and thus dissipates the power of the wave to do work. The equipotentials in the dielectric and diamagnetic diminish and revert to some less active form.
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