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Topic: Potter's Law #17 - Quantum event return path -
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Tom Potter

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Re: Potter's Law #17 - Quantum event return path -
Posted: Jun 26, 2013 11:59 PM
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"Tom Potter" <tdp1001@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:UvVxt.154833$cw4.40393@newsfe21.iad...
>A "transverse electro-magnetic" (TEM) wave
> exists between two material points in a homogeneous medium.
>
> The wave has an outgoing path,
> AND
> a return path.
>
> Coax
> ===+
> The return path in a coax is considered to be the outer conductor.
>
> The transverse electric field exists between the conductors.
> The transverse magnetric field exists about the inner conductor.
> and is confined by the outer conductor.
>
> http://images.books24x7.com/bookimages/id_22949/fig209_01.jpg
>
> Potter's Law #17 states
> that in a quantum interaction,
> a direct path exits between a source and a sink,
>
> and the return path of a quantum interaction
> that leads to stable particles
> is the universe.


Perhaps folks more advanced in physics
observed that Potter's Law #17

links electro-magnetism
to Mach's gravitational principle that states:

"the local motion of a rotating reference frame
is determined by the large scale distribution of matter.."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mach%27s_principle

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Tom Potter

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