Faraday’s Iron Ring Experiment 1831’ Explained Better with ‘Gill’s Electronic Theory of Magnetism after 1964


Why should ‘Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964’ and its dot product equations be used instead of ‘Maxwell’s dipole theory of magnetism 1873’ and its cross-product equations?

With the help of ‘Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964,’ the following topics linked to Maxwell’s equations will be revisited and explained:

With the help of ‘Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964,’ Faraday’s law of induction [1] will be explained, and Faraday’s iron ring experiment of 1831 will take us to the workings of a transformer.

‘Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964’ will be integrated with Ampere’s law and Ampere’s right-hand rule.

‘Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964′ will replace magnetic Gauss’ law.

The law of electric Gauss will be changed.

‘Gill’s electronic theory of magnetism 1964’ demonstrates how the magnetic force has longitudinal, positive, and negative torque components, as well as how the opposing forces from two ends of a magnet entwine to form a single magnetic force B.

The electron (-e) based negative force and the proton (+e) based positive force will be combined to form the electrical force E.

It will be discussed and computed how a copper wire in the centre of an electric coil can create an enhanced electron (-e) based electric current that rotates around the central axis of the coil (Coil effect)n and should be used as a renewable energy source derived from the SUN.

Finally, it will be demonstrated that the travelling force as a wave is a combination of the negative electron (-e) dependant force and the positive proton (+e) dependant force as they entwine while heading for each other, rather than a combination of the electrical and electromagnetic (or magnetic) forces.

Author(s) Details:

Avtar Singh Gill,
Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York, Malaysia.

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