Milo Wolff said: & I agree.
>>>>In reality, charge is the property of two space resonances (wave
centers) that make them move together or apart. The minimum Amplitude
Principle (MAP) tells you why. If they are + and + the waves will add
up if brought together and amplitude in space will increase. Nature
does not allow this, so they move apart. If they are - and +, moving
the resonances together will allow the waves to cancel each other.
Nature want/allows this because amplitude becomes a minimum.
By the way, the MAP can be derived from Principle II, as GH has shown.
Summary: There is no charge substance. Charge is a property of the
waves and their medium.<<<<
I think I now see your MAP.
I also think I see why you said it was similar to Ampere's original long wire law & the "A" Laws, in that e-mail you sent to me.
OK. Let's say we agree on this.
Since neither of us believe charge is real, then let's forget it and concentrate on the electron'srelative motion.
If you look down on a north pole of a magnet the electrons are spinning CCW.
If you look down on a south pole of a magnet the electrons are spinning CW.
Reverse the south pole magnet and it will attract the other but then ALL the electrons are spinning CCW.
So what the universities are telling us that opposites attract is a bunch of bull.
SAME GEODESIC PATHS ATTRACT.
And the opposite
OPPOSITE GEODESIC PATHS REPEL
OK, Let's say this is also your MAP.
Now here is where it gets interesting.
Those electrons we were talking about were locked spin up or spin down on orbitals weren't they?
Now watch what happens providing they have a form of 90 degree reactive gyro torque.
LetsFREE them from their orbitals.
NOW WATCH WHAT HAPPENS when they areFREE
As soon as the SAME GEODESIC PATHStry to ATTRACT.
The 90 degree gyro torque always pulls them into a moreOPPOSITE GEODESIC PATHS REPEL Position.
So all you do now Milo is add 90 degree gyro torque to your MAP and presto you can see why we have charge and why both electrons and stars repel each other.
Simple, Simple, Simple, Simple, Simple, Simple, Simple, Simple.
No math needed.
That's the way I got all those airliners out at Pan Am, Milo.
Daniel P. Fitzpatrick Jr.
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