Theory of Electromagnetism and Gravity

by / Wednesday, 04 October 2017 / Published in Electrical Engineering

Modeling Earth as a Rotating Solenoid Coil

Greg Poole
Electrical Power Engineer
Pilot Hill, CA USA

Abstract—Presented in this manuscript are conventional electrical engineering tools to model the earth as a rotating electrical machine. Calculations using known parameters of the earth and measured field data has resulted in new understanding of the earth’s electrical system and gyroscopic rotation. The material makeup of the inner earth is better understood based on derived permeability and permittivity constants. The planet has been modeled as simple coils and then as a parallel impedance circuit which has led to fundamental insight into planetary speed control and RLC combination for Schumann Resonance of 7.83 Hz. Torque and Voltage Constants and the inverse Speed Constant are calculated using three methods and all compare favorably with Newton’s Gravitational Constant. A helical resonator is referenced and Schumann’s Resonant ideal frequency is calculated and compared with others idealism. A new theory of gravity based on particle velocity selector at the poles is postulated. Two equations are presented as the needed links between Faraday’s electromagnetism and Newtonian physics. Acceleration and Deceleration of earth is explained as a centripetal governor. A new equation for planetary attraction and the attraction of atomic matter is theorized. Rotation of the earth’s electrical coil is explained in terms of the Richardson effect. Electric power transfer from the sun to the planets is proposed via Flux Transfer Events. The impact of this evolving science of electromagnetic modeling of planets will be magnified as the theory is proven, and found to be useful for future generations of engineers and scientists who seek to discover our world and other planets.

Keywords: Ampere, Biot-Savart, Centripetal Acceleration, Centripetal Governor, Dynamo, Earth, Einstein-de Haas Effect, Electric Field, Electromagnetism, Flux Transfer Events, Governor Control, Gravity, Gravitational Constant, Helical Resonator, Lenz Law, Lorentz, Lightning, Magnetic Field, Motor Constant, Parallel Impedance, Planet, Speed Control, Schumann Resonance, Richardson Effect, Solenoid, Speed Constant, Solar Power System, Torque Constant, Velocity Selector, Voltage Constant

I. Brief History of Earth Magnetic Field and Gravity

The great problem of the earth’s magnetic field was first postulated as a giant bar magnet by William Gilbert (1544-1603) in his book De Magnete [1]. It was this book which inspired Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) who determined the earth rotated around the sun and was claimed to have performed his historic experiments of gravity from the Tower of Pisa [2] [3]. Galileo’s work in turn led to Isaac Newton (1643-1727) writing the infamous Principia Mathematic describing the laws of universal laws of motion [4]. Later, scientific consideration of the earth magnetic field was experimentally confirmed in 1838 when Carl Fredrich Gauss (1777-1855) used spherical harmonics to prove that almost the entire magnetic field was to be of internal origin [5]. Michael Faraday (1791-1867) wrote a paper in 1851 titled, “On the possible relation of gravity to electricity” [6]. Shortly after writing his special relativity paper in 1905, Albert Einstein (1879-1955), he described the problem of the origin of the earth’s magnetic field as being one of the most important unsolved problems in physics. In 1919, the British physicist Sir Joseph Larmor (1857-1942) was the first to postulate the Sun’s magnetism to a dynamo effect in analogy to conventional rotating generators of an electrical power station [7] [8]. Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) in preparation for a speech made a written statement in 1938 alluded to a theory of gravity and referred to forces and motion of heavenly bodies; but no theory was ever published. Quotes by Tesla regarding the earth being regarded as an “electric machine” or “solenoid” are noted, but a definitive source is not established by the author. The pivotal article “The Earth as a Dynamo” which first modeled the earth as a Faraday Disc (rotating machine) was published by Scientific American in May 1958 by renowned physicist Dr. Walter M. Elsasser (1904-1991) [9]. Many more recent scientists have progressed the understanding of the earth magnetic field using satellite imagery and computer modeling.

I. Introduction

The magnetic field of the earth is continually being addressed by geophysicist and scientist of multiple disciplines. This theoretical paper is a collection of idea’s that is intended to explain the workings of the earth and solar system in electrical engineering parlance. The authors life experience is admittedly limited to his area of technical discipline, so it is likely to stir debate among scientist, geophysicist, astrophysicist and engineers. There are no disclaimers in theoretical research so the success or failure of the theory, in part or in full, is solely the authors.   Discourse and controversy over new idea’s which appear to depart from the norm is the nature of meaningful technical progress. However, upon careful examination it will be demonstrated that the work presented in this paper does not conflict with existing geophysical theories of the earth. The paper does attempt to expand on the foundational work of National Medal of Science winner Dr. Walter M. Elsasser who is considered the “father” of the electric dynamo theory. It is the authors opinion that the electrical engineering concepts presented add to the body of work and complement the existing geophysical theories.

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