Anytime you have electric and magnetic fields together, there is a flow of energy and you can calculate it using Poynting's vector. ~ Veritaseum, at 5:50, The Big Misconception About Electricity
One can solve the riddle of whether electrons are particles or waves by assuming the nucleus is not a proton but rather a capacitor (pg 80)...Newton's laws work for large objects but don't work for atoms or the human body while it lives (pg 58). ~ Healing is Voltage, The Handbook (2013) by Jerry Tennant MD, pages 79-81
One can solve the riddle of whether electrons are particles or waves by assuming the nucleus is not a proton but rather a capacitor. The capacitor of each atom is different. It can store/emit different frequencies of light (electrons) depending on whether it is, say hydrogen or helium.
There is no such thing as a proton.
Each electron is a vortex of energy radiating away from or toward the central capacitor.
Each atom has specific frequencies of light that characterize it. You can find those in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. Hydrogen has about 100 frequencies. Oxygen has about 400. However, each atom has dominant frequencies.
Light is simply the vortex of energy known as electrons. Since we cannot measure where it is now because it is moving in a vortex, Heisenberg found he could not figure out where it was at any moment.
The two-slit experiment that confused the issue about whether an electron is a particle or wave can be understood when acknowledging that an electron is a moving vortex of light.
The frequency of each light vortex (electron) is the distance between the arcs of the vortex.
Two atoms join when the frequency of each atom is in phase with the other. It is not necessary to theorize that one atom is positive and one is negative. This can be explained by whether the direction of the vortex is clockwise or counter-clockwise, expanding or contracting as it moves. ~ All quotes above from Jerry Tennant, Healing is Voltage pg 79-81.
Remember that Newton's laws apply to the things you can see but don't work well for small things. Quantum physics laws apply to small things you can't see, like atoms. The energy exchange between atoms occurs before chemical reactions occur. (pg 79-80)
The universe appears to have a Newtonian component superimposed on a quantic component. The body is the same. The body is controlled by quantum laws until it dies. It then becomes Newtonian. Much of medicine treats the body as if it were Newtonian. At the moment the body loses its magnetic field, the body dies. (pg 79-80)
There are 2 major ideas to remember about quantum physics:
1.) All energy is quantized; i.e., all energy interactions occur in definite discrete steps called quanta. 2.) No quantum function can ever be solved exactly; the best you can do is estimate the probability of something happening....I wish to give special acknowledgment to the billiant Scottish scientist Aubrey Scoon, who taught me the things I have discussed above about quantum physics. (pg 79-80)
Physicists take a position that is unique in science. They can't figure out if an electron is a wave or matter, so they decided they would claim whichever one is needed at any moment to support the theory they are using! This clearly suggests that the basic theory is wrong when you have to change the rules to make sense of your experiment. (pg 79-80)