Time02112 Posted August 4, 2001 Share Posted August 4, 2001 http://www.comteck.com/~doctor/Atom.gif What are spheromaks? http://ve4xm.caltech.edu/Bellan_plasma_page/spheroma.htm For those of interest in our "ccQts" Closed Circuit Time Stream concept, which is best described in forming a "bubble" that engulfs the pod, or chamber around a Time~Traveller to keep them on a more direct World-Line, or continuous Time~Stream that closely resembles one of their own origin from whence they depart from, we need to study the effects of applied Quantum mechanisims within current technological discoveries, and how this relates to our own theories of the quantum universe we would like to refer to as the quantum "Multiverse" currently, this is just one good example to demonstrate our theories. Spheromaks are plasmas with very large internal currents and internal magnetic fields that are aligned so as to be in a nearly force-free equilibrium, i.e., the currents are very nearly parallel to the magnetic fields. The spheromak equilibrium is a `natural' state since magnetic turbulence tends to drive magnetically dominated plasmas towards the spheromak state. Spheromak technology: Laboratory spheromaks involve very large currents, typically 100's of kiloamperes and high voltages, typically kilovolts. These currents and voltages are obtained using high energy capacitor banks which are switched in microseconds. The formation geometry is arranged such that magnetic flux cuts across the electrodes connected to the capacitor bank. This configurations generates helicity (twistedness) in the flux tube going from one electrode to the other. With enough helicity a spheromak is formed. Making spheromaks: Making spheromaks is analogous to blowing bubbles: the component of the magnetic stress tensor parallel to the magnetic field acts like the surface tension in the soap film while the perpendicular component acts like the air pressure inflating the bubble. When the destabilizing stress due to the perpendicular component overwhelms the stabilizing stress due to the parallel component, a detached spheromak breaks off. http://ve4xm.caltech.edu/Bellan_plasma_page/spheroma.htm "Everything you know,...is Wrong!soon we shall all discover the truth." http://profiles.yahoo.com/vosstech Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Guest Guest Posted August 5, 2001 Share Posted August 5, 2001 Hey Time02112, Thankyou for your great contributions to the many forums at which you post your research results. We truelly appreciate the countless hours that your spend researching the various concepts pertaining to the concept of temperal acceleration. The basic concept is based on our hypothesis that time relating to energy and time in some respects, may follow similar basic mathematical laws as electricity. For instance, a light field that is compressed to a singularity would have a frequency of infinity due to the infinite density of the light. Now according to the capacitor theory, the capacitive reactance(resistance) of a capacitor is defined by the following equation: Cr=1/2(PI)resonant frequency*capacitance. Now according to the equation, as the frequency of the capacitor rises to infinity, the resistance of the capaciter falls to zero. Now your basic capacitor is an open circuit that is composed of an cathode, and an anode seperated by a vacuum, or electrolyte. The resistance accross the vaccuum decreases from infinity to zero as the frequency of the electrical load at the cathode rises to infinity. I have to go but will finish on my next transmission. Regards, Edwin G. Schasteen Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

Guest Guest Posted August 5, 2001 Share Posted August 5, 2001 (This is continued from the last post) So an electrical current sent through a capacitor that has an infinite frequency would travel through the capacitor with zero resistance, for the capacitor would be superconductive. Furthermore, since the equation e/r=i, that is, amps= the volts divided by the resistance in ohms, if the resistance of a circuit falls to zero the amps and volts in that circuit both rise to infinity. Observe...if we take a circuit with a current of 6 volts at 2 ohms of resistance, then our amps would be 6volts/2ohms=3amps. Now if we have a circuit with a 6volts and zero ohms or resistance the amps will be 6volts/0 ohms=infinite amps, and in this case the volts equals the amps for if the resistance of a circuit is zero ohms then the v/r=a/r where r=o. In this case 6volts/0 ohms=amps/0 ohms 6volts/0 ohms=amps/0 ohms=infinite volts=amps/0 ohms =infinite volts=infinite amps So in a capacitor the volts and amperage of the capacitor would also rise to infinity as the resistance of the capacitor falls to zero as a result of the frequency of the electrical Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...

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