Maxwell's Sea of Molecular Vortices

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Scientific Paper
Title Maxwell\'s Sea of Molecular Vortices
Author(s) David Tombe
Keywords vortex, molecular vortices, Maxwell, aether
Published 2010
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 7

Abstract

Electrostatics is dipolar, gravity is monopolar, and magnetism is ostensibly non-polar. Any unified field theory will therefore have to explain how to reconcile these three distinct characteristics. The common link between all of these phenomena is the fact that they are all a consequence of aether flow. It only remains to establish the arrangement of the aether sources and the aether sinks in space, that simultaneously gives rise to all three of these phenomena. The solution is found by activating James Clerk-Maxwell's sea of molecular vortices. The electric particles that surrounded Maxwell's aethereal vortices become sources (positrons) and sinks (electrons), and this gives rise to fine-grained double helix patterns in space that trace out magnetic lines of force