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what Resistance is in Maxwell Equations (a phase change) Chapt15.34 explaining Superconductivity from Maxwell Equations #1115 New Physics #1235 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
Dec 27, 2012 6:24 PM
On Dec 27, 2:06 am, Archimedes Plutonium <plutonium.archime...@gmail.com> wrote: > Alright, so how does resistance defined as a phase change of the pilot > wave of a photon or electron explain Superconductivity? > > It is rather easy, in that as the temperature is cooled > to the transition temperature, the wire is a polarizer. > > And in normal conduction with resistance only a fraction of the > "intensity" gets through as governed by Malus law, whereas in > superconductivity, all the photons and electrons in motion are > polarized in the same direction of its pilot wave and thus 100% energy > in is 100% energy out. > > So superconductivity is polarization with 100% Malus law. >
Today has been a productive day for me, and I notice it because this is my 5th alloted post per 24 hours. I try to stick to that regimen, even though not forced to. And if all posters to Usenet obeyed two simple rules, no more than 5 posts per 24 hours and all posts with real legitimate names so they can be held accountable, then Usenet needs no moderators, no filters, and would be a clean environment.
When I finished posting the above, I realized also that the resistance as polarization obeying Malus law answers why superconductors are of two types according to magnetic fields. Superconductors are either Type I, a single critical field above which all superconductivity is lost or they are of Type II, where they have two critical fields, between which they allow partial penetration of magnetic field (source Wikipedia).
If you have resistance as polarization then each electron has a wavefront and a pilot wave. So the pilot wave alone is Type I and the pilot wave with the wavefront is Type II.
But in order to have the pilot wave, the waves of physics have to be Double Transverse Waves, not the puny old single transverse wave. Because the Double Transverse Wave creates the pilot-wave as the extra E field out in front of the main-body wave. And you need magnetic monopoles.
So I finally answered the question of what is resistance in Maxwell Equations and it gives me the answer to what is superconductivity. For superconductivity needs cold temperatures because they create a polarization of the wire of electrons.
However, I am not finished, for there is still an open question as to whether photons can split apart and produce two neutrinos. Another way of stating this is that all photons are composed of at least 2 neutrinos.
So we still need the experiments to prove that in polarization all the energy is absorbed by the sheets when the full light is blocked. I have not seen anyone perform heat testing measurements of polarized lens for photon absorption. I have the hunch that most of the blocked light is transformed into neutrinos. But enough posts for one day.
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