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Scientific Letter
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February, 28, 2005 Edition

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"New Discovery proves Milo Wolff's electron concept"
Charge rotates spheres

(Reprinted with permission)

Read about this new discovery by clicking the above link.

 

If you have read the above news release link then when you read this link you will see that the spheres had first to be manually rotated, then they kept on rotating because of the charge voltage applied,

Another similar device also must be hand started.

This is telling you, in no uncertain terms, that what they have constructed, with these three coke cans or spheres, is a simple, single phase motor.

Simple, single phase motors MUST be initially rotated for them to run.

This is also telling you, in no uncertain terms, that charge has a spacetime phase shift.

This is additional proof of Milo Wolff's discovery that the electron is a scalar wave entity (link below).

Milo Wolff's Quantum Universe

But you MUST NOT forget the particle picture ENTIRELY because our minds are used to dealing with particles and space and not with spacetime resonances.

General relativity deals with particles and the accumulated mass of these particles. Therefore you must NOT mix particles in with wave functions and you MUST explain it ALL using waves if you are using Milo Wolff's wave analogy.

OR

You can take ONLY a mechanistic view and try to explain it ALL by using particles and motion with Fitzpatrick's A Laws:

Aufbau Laws short version

The A Laws long version


BUT

Taking BOTH the particle view and the wave view alternatively will give you, by far, the best picture of this universe that you live in.





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