Ken Wheelers Uncovering the Missing Secrets of Magnetism

https://youtu.be/VWMu0cndKl4Ken Wheeler

Kens terminology can be confusing.

He combines insights from Eric Dollard with insights from some other observant specialists. The result can be gobbledygook . However, a little patience is rewarded by an insight into what Ken is pointing out .

First let’s explain what is a dielectric. The term derived from Latin refers to the fact that materials can hold separated charge. This refers back to the two fluid theory of electric charge on all or in materials.The term dielectric is a generalisation of the idea of a dipole. The words Paul and charge refer to points. Dipole is two separated points each. Believed to have different charges. These charges often characterised as opposite; that is plus and minus. In the more general theory separated points can just be at different “potential “

Dielectric is a region which consists of different charges the charges are believed to be points. Again the charges can be opposite, plus and minus, or different potentials.

Issue here is that in standard electrostatics the charges are assumed to be in static equilibrium. Thus in standard electrostatics the dynamic stage in which the charges rearrange themselves into separated regions is totally ignored.

Are these charges electric or magnetic? So William Gilbert and Ampére believe them to be magnetic. Later theorists, including Maxwell, separated the charges into two sorts. The first sort was magnetic and the second sort was electric. The justification for this was the observed differences in behaviour of so-called charged objects. However it is clear that the process that was being observed was, is called induction on an object or material. The nature of the charge is indeterminate.

You’re able to build a theory therefore, on the idea of an electric charge or on the idea of a magnetic charge. The Ideas are indistinguishable because the observed behaviour is behaviour of induction

Because the dynamics of the situation is ignored in electrostatics, and in Magnetostatics, the notion of induction is also ignored until much later. The velocity of induction for a magneto static or electrostatic situation differs. In the so-called electrostatic situation, according to the material, induction appears to take place at a very rapid rate. In fact rapidity of the rate is described by the term conduction. Maxwell determined that the induction in certain materials is so rapid that they would be called conductors. However we are looking at the same process the process of induction into different materials.

Because the fields were determined to be static, by that I mean the fields of study, the rate at which the in juicer was brought near to the inductor, that is material that will be induced, the rate of induction caused by the movement of the inducer was ignored until much later.

What Ampére noted was that statics was the wrong way to consider magnetic phenomena. Therefore he coined the term electrodynamics. This is not a tall to say that he believed in little points called electrons. In fact he considered many options but his favourite was dynamic circuitous movement which generated magnetism in a north south pole orientation. He believed that in a copper wire, or copper rod there were small regions which were in this dynamic. Beyond that he could not give any account of is notion, Ampére observed when the battery is connected in a circuit a magnetic North Pole alignment is generated within the circuit . So therefore some circular dynamic is causing this dipole or dielectric arrangement.

Later on Faraday noticed when the magnetic field was changing, that an induction was noticed within the circuit. So both a battery or a moving magnetic field induced this behaviour within a circuit. Equivalence of a battery and a changing magnetic field, the dynamic situation, should not be ignored at any scale or any dynamic or changing situation including chemical reactions.

Because of the belief in electrons, or magnetron the movement of the magnetic field was ignored. Movement was therefore placed only n the so-called electrons or magnetrons, this movement represented both induction and also generation of the magnetic field. It is much simpler to represent the changes as different modes of the same thing. Therefore the movement of a magnetic field generates a different mode of magnetic behaviour. The rate of induction by the movement of the magnetic field is equally as fast as the rate induction by the so-called electric charge in a conductor. The rate of induction in the conductor is therefore the same weather is induced by so-called battery or that induced by removing magnetic field. “Field quote is just a shorthand expression for the region around a magnet which influences material which is in its environment.

Is the field steady? Magnetostatics that it would have you believe that it is. However magneto statics like electrostatics ignores the dynamic stage of induction. When iron filings are sprinkled onto a magnet it is obvious to the eye and findings are in motion. When they achieve a state of rest they settled quickly into a state of equilibrium. When the paper is tapped get moved and they then also move into a different state of equilibrium. So therefore it is hard to think of the “field “as being static, it is easier to think of it as being in dynamic equilibrium.

Because the field is in dynamic equilibrium Ken is right poles as static entities do not exist. Instead we have dynamic regions where the dynamism concentrates.

When we discuss attraction and repulsion we are talking about these dynamics within the “field “.

Kens use of the word counterspace is misleading. The idea of counterspace comes from Steinmetz. It is a mathematical term and it refers to the fact that the field that we use to count or measure the strength of rotation within a magnetic field is an exponent or power or a logarithm . The term field or space here is the mathematical one. That is it is a set of numbers.

When objects are “drawn “together it is a moot point. The objects are either drawn by some spring or they are pushed together by some spring externally. This is mechanical explanation of what is observed. However it is more useful in thinking that space is somehow disappearing into some dimension. We can replace a spring by a dynamic pressure of expansion and contraction in a fluid.

Bloch wall, which appears between the north and south polarities when they brought together, indicates where the dynamic is nUllified. When we mhttps://youtu.be/LzdsRu1zscseasured this Bloch wall by means of a test dipole we find that there is a region where the torque is balanced on the dipole. So that we can talk about the alignment of the dipole with the alignment of the larger magnetic type as being parallel.

However when we look at magnetodynamic we do not get a static equilibrium of the dipole, instead we get the rotation of the dipole as it mous relative to the inducing magnet. We need to understand that in general magnetic behaviour generates rotation not static equilibrium. That’s what we see as attraction and repulsion as part of this general rotation relative to each other. At one end of the so-called polls rotational be observed t at the other end attraction will be observed as there is and is it a rotating away from each other will push the other end together.

This the analogy of a gyroscope is apt and is useful. It’s utility comes in acknowledging that the “field “ is dynamic, it is a torque or Rotating field , and therefore gyroscopic motions with in dynamic fields or torque fields need to be considered.

It is important to realise that the dynamics of rotation are not usually properly understood. The best handle on the general idea of rotation is Study Trochoidal dynamics.u

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