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Old 04-04-2012, 02:11 AM
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Originally Posted by madhatter View Post
That part should read, "would point to longitudinal waves, as TEM waves can not.."

I can think of anything I want, I know it doesn't mean it's reality. adding extra quadrants to what?

the imaginary term is where the 'new' application would be, it is normally utilized as rotational marker. the big question is why? what is that term really representing? That is what Eric has been talking about, the power of the square root of -1, the imaginary j operator of counterspace rotation.

So what is longitudinal about running an ac generator through the ground, say to a motor?