The Link between Electric Current and Magnetic Field

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Scientific Paper
Title The Link between Electric Current and Magnetic Field
Author(s) David Tombe
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Published 2007
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 11

Abstract

It is proposed that the orbital electrons of an atom should be replaced by a much more complicated interaction of rotating electron pairs and rotating electron-positron dipole pairs. This scenario may better explain both magnetic spin moment and electric current inside atomic and molecular matter. Rotating dipoles can act as a source of stored kinetic energy by virtue of magnetization and linear polarization, and the associated solenoidal bonding can provide a link from the orbital electrons through to the magnetic field beyond. The link between electric current and magnetic fields will be explored by reviewing Maxwell's cogwheel/idle wheel mechanism in terms of mutually orbiting pairs. It will then be speculated that a magnetic field acts like a rotationally elastic sponge that soaks up the large scale vorticity of Descartes' universe.