Here, the electron is very near to a lambda / 4 phased proton or positron.

Note the one-way waves responsible for magnetic fields.


Magnetic poles are emitters or receivers.

According to the wave mechanics, waves traveling in the same direction add constructively or destructively, but they never produce standing waves. On the contrary waves traveling in opposite direction never cancel; they always produce standing waves. If the particle position is inverted, two bipolar one-way systems (as shown above) produce more on-axis standing waves systems between them, hence a secondary magnetic field of force. On the contrary, two identical system will not produce any field of force. This explains magnetic north and south poles.

The field of force is amplified by aether waves. The resulting energy is radiated only along the axis because Huygens' wavelets are out of phase for any transverse direction in accordance with the Huygens Principle.

As a consequence, any magnetic system emitting waves toward another symmetrical system will push it because of the radiation pressure. However, two opposite poles (north vs. south or inversely) rather produce an attraction effect.

Two shifted sets of hyperboloids produce the well known magnetic lines of force.

Two concentric spherical wave systems produce interferences on hyperboloids and concentric ellipsoids. Neglecting the ellipsoids, one can then superimpose two sets of hyperboloids:


Two spherical wave centers produce hyperboloids.


Two or more hyperboloid sets produce a magnetic field.


Three emitters (or more) regularly spaced also produce complex magnetic lines of force.


The Lorentz force.

The animated diagram below shows the same one-way waves (traveling upwards here) created by 2 electrons and 2 protons. It also shows very special wave patterns undulating on hyperboloids:  


The Lorentz force arises on the standard hyperboloid wave patterns.

Positrons or electrons moving along any orthogonal plane must constantly change direction.


The mechanism for the Lorentz force is far more complicated then expected because the electron waves create a secondary field of force among more already existing and complex fields of force. It is not likely to be clearly explained until all other simpler magnetic phenomena are well established. 

Magnetic fields appear to be a rather complex phenomena, but they can still be explained by spherical standing waves. What's more, both electrons and protons must be present and traveling properties for magnetic fields are definitely ruled out. This means that the light and radio waves cannot be made of magnetic (and electric) fields traveling at the speed of light.

Electromagnetic waves and Maxwell's equation.

It turns out that the so-called electromagnetic waves do not exist. The light and radio waves are regular traveling waves which nevertheless can induce electric and magnetic fields inside matter. 

This also means that Maxwell's equations just explain how electric and magnetic fields behave around any material device such as an antenna. They cannot exist in a vacuum very far away from matter.


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