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E-m T-waves

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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on October 15, 2002 12:42:12 UTC

I say that the experiments misinterpreted these. I say that e-m waves are compression/rarefaction the same as sound in air. And what happens is that as a pulse of e-m (wave fragment from a selection aperture)is passing a given location, it causes a reciprocating out/in motion to the side. This does not drain energy from the c/r wave, whereas an actual generated T-wave would.

It therefore invalidates the current T-wave theory attached to the experiment data.

Further, there cannot be continuous radiation from "orbiting" electrons, or they would stop "orbiting", unless the energy is being replaced. Bear in mind that the word "orbiting" is not necessarily descriptive, but rather a tentative term referring to an aspect not yet properly understood.

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