Fundamental Properties of Electromagnetic Energy : Definitively Solved and Simply Explained
Overview - This book is the first in a series on major discoveries in the arena of electromagnetic energy. For the past three years I have made numerous discoveries in the fundamental properties and processes of electromagnetic energy and electrons. These discoveries will advance our understanding of the universe in major ways. Read more...
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This book is the first in a series on major discoveries in the arena of electromagnetic energy. For the past three years I have made numerous discoveries in the fundamental properties and processes of electromagnetic energy and electrons. These discoveries will advance our understanding of the universe in major ways. This book is designed for readers of any background. I explain all concepts very clearly, supplemented with numerous illustrations. Some of the most important discoveries and properties discussed in this first book include the following: Particle-Wave Duality: full explanation and illustrations of the solution, presented here for the first time. For over a century, the most brilliant minds have been puzzling over how electromagnetic energy can be both a particle and a wave. For the first time, the cause of this duality has been solved and fully illustrated. The true nature of the electric and magnetic fields, fully illustrated.What exactly is the electric field? What exactly is the magnetic field? This has been a mystery for many years. I have discovered the true nature of these fields. The "Hidden Variables" of electromagnetic energy are finally discovered, explained, and illustrated. Understanding these "hidden variables" will simplify all theorems related to Electromagnetic Energy, Quantum Science, the Atom, and much more. The composition of the photon, fully discussed and illustrated. The pulsation of electromagnetic energy: This is a key process in the nature of electromagnetic energy, and is demonstrated for the first time here. The creation of the wave pattern: I explain and illustrate exactly how a wave, of any type, is created. Reassessment of the relationships between energy, frequency, and wavelength. The relations have long been known, but from a certain perspective. Once you understand particle-wave duality, it is time to reassess the relationships. Detailed understanding of energy and power in electromagnetic energy. Accurate understanding of "quanta" of light, with detailed illustrations. Descriptions and illustrations of all motions of electromagnetic energy. One of the best features of this book (as well as every book in the series) is the numerous illustrations. Every concept is not merely explained in words, but also illustrated with detailed diagrams. On average, a chapter has approximately 25 full color illustrations. Most of these illustrations are highly detailed, with numerous elements in each figure. This brings us to another tremendous asset for any reader or student: my strong preference wanting to know the physical reality. In contrast to most physicists, who prefer to communicate their ideas through complicated mathematics, I much prefer to talk of real objects and real processes. In the same way that Bohr developed a series of physical models of the atom, I have developed a series of physical models for electromagnetic energy. Thus, my books have the related assets of 1) focusing on real objects (rather than complex math or abstract ideas), and 2) showing these discoveries through numerous illustrations (rather than a set of equations). I very much hope that these illustrations, along with the explanations, will help any reader and any student to easily understand each process and property I have discovered. Therefore, I am pleased to offer these discoveries for the benefit of the scientific community and the general public. It is my wish that these discoveries, models, and explanations will become commonplace, among both the layman readers and the scientific community, whereby more people can have a richer understanding of our universe.