Bernoulli's Principle in the Antenna

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Scientific Paper
Title Bernoulli\'s Principle in the Antenna
Author(s) David Tombe
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Published 2008
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 2

Abstract

Electric current consists of a flow of pressurized aether. In an antenna, the associated aether pressure gives rise to static electric charge, and the associated flow of aether gives rise to a magnetic field. The charge is associated with potential energy and the current flow is associated with kinetic energy. It will now be discussed how the phase difference between the two associated surrounding fields is a manifestation of Bernoulli's Principle.