A Solenoidal Double Helix of Sinks and Sources
|Title||A Solenoidal Double Helix of Sinks and Sources|
|Keywords||double helix, electron, positron, dipole|
|Journal||General Science Journal|
|No. of pages||4|
The magnetic field is solenoidal, yet the equation for the magnetic field indicates the existence of singularities. This paper shows how a double helix arrangement of sinks and sources can resolve this dilemma. Faraday's lines of force, while being solenoidal on one scale, contain within them a double helix array of electrons and positrons. This accounts for the Coulomb force of attraction between two unlike magnetic poles, and the centrifugal force of repulsion between two like magnetic poles.