Electrical Arcing and Action-at-a-Distance
|Title||Electrical Arcing and Action-at-a-Distance|
|Journal||General Science Journal|
|No. of pages||5|
When the switch of an electric circuit is turned on, the immediate effect is that the pressurized aether from the power source arcs across the shortest gap from the output terminal to the return terminal. An electric circuit is instantaneously created and this begins the process of polarizing the electron-positron dipoles in that immediate region. As the dipoles become polarized, their opposing internal electric fields will impede further aether flow and so the aether will start to flow wide of that impeded region. This effect progresses wider and wider until the entire region enclosed within the electric wire is polarized, and the current is actually flowing totally within the wire. This article discusses the speed at which the linear polarization effect moves through the space enclosed within the circuit wire.