Effect of sphere (drop, cylinder, sharp peak)


The nucleon is an electromagnet, the photon as well. Plus polarity cannot be detached, broken from minus polarity, in the same way that the north polarity cannot be detached from the south polarity of a magnet. Fluenic hydrogen is polar (it forms molecules). The planetary atomic model has independent "electric charges". The hydrogen atom has positive charges in the nucleus and negative charges in the electron. The two types of charges having "amounts of electricity" equal with one unit, cancel each other out. Planetary hydrogen is neutral. The electric properties of the two particles "vanish"! In fact, they "take the role of gravity". The electron can leave the atom, leaving there its positive pair. It becomes free to participate in other interactions. If the electrons are "brought" on the terminal of a condenser, we find on the other armature positive charges! As if the two polarities have been inseparable. Separation is the result of interpretation of electrification by friction. Fluen males a simple interpretation: Nucleons, like atoms, bond with electric polarities. The friction between two isolators breaks the bonds of the atoms, new bonds are created, even between the two bodies. As a result of the friction, part of the atoms remain with open polarities - "electrified". In conductors they would have been neutralized. The tape of the Van Der Graaf Generator transports "electrifications" - information. The brush reads the tape, loads the memory of the sphere, elevating the density of polarization. Therefore, tension = density of the orientation of fluen. The cupola has a spherical form (essential!) Here the properties of the electric dipole (electricity) manifest. In polarities, the orientation of fluen is divergent, the lines reject each other and close at the opposed polarity. The inside of the sphere gathers in a convergent way towards its center all the field lines. Their rejection force sinks the polarities in the metal and favours neutralization. The outside of the sphere directs in a divergent way the polarities and the field lines. Their rejection force draws the polarized atoms towards the exterior, "fixes" their position on the surface of the cupola, canceling the possibility of neutralization. However the increase of polarization of other atoms (tension) continues. Tension makes a file of the polarities of atoms of the nearby gases, their file lengthening itself proportionally with the tension. When the end of the file touches a conductor having electric capacity, the file becomes a conductor between two capacities. The current passes through the gas atoms, the electric polarities absorb the energy, releasing photons. This is how the spectacular optical and acoustic phenomena appear.