@Gardener Very interesting. It of course presents mechanical problems if the magnetic particles are not a plasma . If the particles are a plasma there are problems characterising the magnetic status of an individual particle! Particle description is wholly inadequate.

However, this set up can be described in terms of a Masing or Lasing device, where the internal reflection keeps the coherent “beam within the device, and the accelerating primary is the Masing “pump” or stimulator . The secondary coil would be the receiver , and here I switch models to the NMR device structure. The secondary coil will be stimulated but at the current level of u derstanding that would be attributed to magnetic inductance by the primary coil!

NMR demonstrates without a doubt that a magnetic contribution from the accelerated plasma can be expected. Now switch to the P M H device. Is the wiring in this device conducive to sustaining a magnetic current in and through the Plasma? The situation requires further investigation and experimentation.

Here the current methodology is to quantise the electrical input as a quantum particle described by the Planck constant and frequency and then to deal with the characterisation statistically/probabilstically. The characterisation is then manipulated to give a statistical and probabilistic outcome and it is this that the data is compared to.

It’s mathmagic! And of course it is described as highly accurate! We are told Quantum Mechanics has not yet failed to give accurate results! When you look at it really it is all statistics and possibly mostly damn lies!😂 Any way the PMH is a foundational anchor in understanding magnetodynamic sin the universe,

Look carefully and you will see the fundamental but schematic pmh that underpins this theoretical machinery. The 2 interconnecting loops of vectors one called electric current the other magnetic flux( ie current)

So before I get into any problems with the quantum description of electromagnetic wave, that was seen in the video above, I want to point out the difficulties of using sine waves to explain diffraction . The problem arises when you look at the reflection through a large gap. From the video you can see that the interference pattern of the so-called sinewaves at a point actually lead to a curve in the phases of the sine waves. So, according to this explanation, we do not get a plane wave coming through a large gap. Another exclamations diffraction only occurs at the edges of the large gap. So the exclamation of why a single select create an interference pattern in this particular video is incorrect.

How do you get a plane wave from an infinite number of point sources? The video and also the common way to deal with this problem is to ignore it. The difficulty is glided over or finessed. In fact the difficulty was addressed by Feynman . If one assumes that the Huygen point. Source is a valid way of arriving at the diffraction patterns and the wave patterns of light, The question is how does light then propagate in a forward manner?

The problem is sold, if one uses Rayleigh waves. Feynman of course use the common notion of a Sine wave and was unable to remove it from the necessary spherical nature of the propagation for. Source. However Rayleigh waves and love waves deal with this as you quite effectively. They propagate a wave in a forward direction and do so by moving the point source in a circular orbit. In fact the way propagates in a spherical orbit and even though it is theoretically proven that radiowave cannot propagate in a horizontal direction to its motion of propagation, this is a mistake due to the over reliance on the mathematics. Rayleigh and love waves propagate in all three dimensions but according to the sine functions of the expression. This sine parts of the solutions are typically ignored as the imaginary part of the calculation. This is because the imaginary part of the calculation is misnamed.

I have dealt with the quarter turn quantity in the calculation is in previous posts, I will explain it again in a later post. The point here is, that the railway of oscillates within its region and when it meets a sweet or a gap in oscillates within the gap until it meets a Boundry line, as it meets the Boundry the edge of the gap, it then causes the diffraction patterns and wave patterns to occur. In the meantime, in open space the really observations create a plane way.

The Rayleigh wave actually travels through the interior of a body in a compressed fall. The amplitude of the Rayleigh wave dissipates and deeper into the body it is travelling through so for depths below the surface level of a material ready wave appears as a compression wave, as the forward compression motion is emphasised over the transverse motion of the Rayleigh wave .

Because of this the rainy wave appears as a compression wave in a medium, and spread out spherically in a compression format. However when the railway wave meet a surface or a change in the surface condition it will form an amplitude or a change in their amplitude of the wave .

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Very interesting. It of course presents mechanical problems if the magnetic particles are not a plasma . If the particles are a plasma there are problems characterising the magnetic status of an individual particle! Particle description is wholly inadequate.

However, this set up can be described in terms of a Masing or Lasing device, where the internal reflection keeps the coherent “beam within the device, and the accelerating primary is the Masing “pump” or stimulator . The secondary coil would be the receiver , and here I switch models to the NMR device structure.

The secondary coil will be stimulated but at the current level of u derstanding that would be attributed to magnetic inductance by the primary coil!

NMR demonstrates without a doubt that a magnetic contribution from the accelerated plasma can be expected.

Now switch to the P M H device. Is the wiring in this device conducive to sustaining a magnetic current in and through the Plasma?

The situation requires further investigation and experimentation.

Here the current methodology is to quantise the electrical input as a quantum particle described by the Planck constant and frequency and then to deal with the characterisation statistically/probabilstically. The characterisation is then manipulated to give a statistical and probabilistic outcome and it is this that the data is compared to.

It’s mathmagic! And of course it is described as highly accurate! We are told Quantum Mechanics has not yet failed to give accurate results! When you look at it really it is all statistics and possibly mostly damn lies!😂

Any way the PMH is a foundational anchor in understanding magnetodynamic sin the universe,

Look carefully and you will see the fundamental but schematic pmh that underpins this theoretical machinery. The 2 interconnecting loops of vectors one called electric current the other magnetic flux( ie current)

So before I get into any problems with the quantum description of electromagnetic wave, that was seen in the video above, I want to point out the difficulties of using sine waves to explain diffraction . The problem arises when you look at the reflection through a large gap. From the video you can see that the interference pattern of the so-called sinewaves at a point actually lead to a curve in the phases of the sine waves. So, according to this explanation, we do not get a plane wave coming through a large gap. Another exclamations diffraction only occurs at the edges of the large gap. So the exclamation of why a single select create an interference pattern in this particular video is incorrect.

How do you get a plane wave from an infinite number of point sources? The video and also the common way to deal with this problem is to ignore it. The difficulty is glided over or finessed. In fact the difficulty was addressed by Feynman . If one assumes that the Huygen point. Source is a valid way of arriving at the diffraction patterns and the wave patterns of light, The question is how does light then propagate in a forward manner?

The problem is sold, if one uses Rayleigh waves. Feynman of course use the common notion of a Sine wave and was unable to remove it from the necessary spherical nature of the propagation for. Source. However Rayleigh waves and love waves deal with this as you quite effectively. They propagate a wave in a forward direction and do so by moving the point source in a circular orbit. In fact the way propagates in a spherical orbit and even though it is theoretically proven that radiowave cannot propagate in a horizontal direction to its motion of propagation, this is a mistake due to the over reliance on the mathematics. Rayleigh and love waves propagate in all three dimensions but according to the sine functions of the expression. This sine parts of the solutions are typically ignored as the imaginary part of the calculation. This is because the imaginary part of the calculation is misnamed.

I have dealt with the quarter turn quantity in the calculation is in previous posts, I will explain it again in a later post. The point here is, that the railway of oscillates within its region and when it meets a sweet or a gap in oscillates within the gap until it meets a Boundry line, as it meets the Boundry the edge of the gap, it then causes the diffraction patterns and wave patterns to occur. In the meantime, in open space the really observations create a plane way.

The Rayleigh wave actually travels through the interior of a body in a compressed fall. The amplitude of the Rayleigh wave dissipates and deeper into the body it is travelling through so for depths below the surface level of a material ready wave appears as a compression wave, as the forward compression motion is emphasised over the transverse motion of the Rayleigh wave .

Because of this the rainy wave appears as a compression wave in a medium, and spread out spherically in a compression format. However when the railway wave meet a surface or a change in the surface condition it will form an amplitude or a change in their amplitude of the wave .