Rotating Magnetic Fields and Ferrofluids

The video to the right was published on Youtube. It shows the effects of rotating magnetic fields on ferrofluid suspended in a liquid medium. 

Of particular interest are the patterns that develop as a colony. By colony, I mean that the entire structure takes form as a whole, and not as individual processes. The colony is the circular objects within a clearly defined border. The structures outside the border have distinctly different structures, which are linear and curved. 

Obverse and Inverse

This video demonstrates that obverse/inverse structures identified in the Aether Physics Model. “Obverse” and “inverse” are reciprocal to each other, and it doesn’t matter which one we choose as being obverse. However, for the sake of discussion, the “obverse” structures will be the circles in the middle of the border, and the linear structures outside the border will be the inverse structures. 

When we look at the unit of time, we generally perceive a temporal structure that originates in the past and moves linearly into the future. When we perceive the inverse of time, which is frequency, we perceive a cycle that repeats itself. 

When we look at the unit of length, we perceive a line that extends in two directions. When we look at length’s inverse, which is a unit of “wave number,” we see a line that makes a circle. Both lines extend in two directions, however, one is linear and the other is cyclical. 

Aether Physics Model

The Aether unit has an obverse and inverse structure. The obverse charge of the Aether unit is its electrostatic charge, which is spherical and resides in the two centers of the Aether unit. The inverse charge of the Aether unit is the magnetic charge, which exists as a tubular loxodrome that traces over the spherical electrostatic charge. The surface areas of both the spheres and the loxodromes are equal, yet one structure has the inverse geometry of the other.

Aether is a Quantum Rotating Magnetic Field

The Aether unit is a quantum rotating magnetic field. Every quantum of space is a self-spinning vortex, which is connected to every other adjacent Aether unit. The movement of one affects the movement of the adjacent Aether units. It is interesting that the colony at the center of the border within the ferrofluid structure, all organizes at one time. The border, itself, is also amazing to contemplate. How does a distinct and non-symmetric border arise in the structure of the ferrofluid? Something about the rotating magnetic field must contribute to this phenomenon. 

The Aether unit is a quantum of Aether. The rotating magnetic field is a macro structure of quantum rotating magnetic fields. The macro structure takes on the characteristics of the quantum structure, and due to the imperfections of the coils that create the macro rotating magnetic field, the imperfect macro rotating magnetic field acts upon the imperfect fluid and creates imperfect patterns in the fluid’s structure.

Ancient Petroglyphs may be Rotating Magnetic Fields


The image to the left (copied from here) is a series of ancient petroglyphs drawn by people at some time in the distant past. These types of images occur all over the Earth, and it stands to reason that they were drawn about the same time and were representations of actual images seen in the sky at that time. If ferrofluids in a rotating magnetic field can produce line structures similar to those witnessed by ancient humans, then it would stand to reason that other substances in the upper atmosphere or in Interplanetary space can also be organized by rotating magnetic fields. And since the Aether is the foundation of space, the idea that rotating magnetic fields can be caused in Interplanetary space are also plausible. These vortexes of space could be caused by the unusual alignment of planets relative to the Sun, or from a greater alignment of the Sun relative to other structures of the galaxy.