The Richness and Quality of the Electron-Positron Dipole

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Scientific Paper
Title The Richness and Quality of the Electron-Positron Dipole
Author(s) David Tombe
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Published 2006
Journal General Science Journal
No. of pages 4


The rotating electron-positron dipole is the primary physical unit of electromagnetism. It consists of an electron in a mutual central force orbit with a positron. The axis of rotation of this rotating dipole is perpendicular to a line joining the electron to the positron. Aether flows out of the positron, crosses over, and sinks down into the electron. This results in a swirling aether vortex with the electron and the positron acting in the capacity of rolling idle wheels. The richness and quality of this prototype unit will now be discussed in terms of the manifestation of ten very important and distinctive physical characteristics.