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In regards to natural phenomena imitating the Cosmic Induction Generator

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  • In regards to natural phenomena imitating the Cosmic Induction Generator

    From my understanding of Eric's presentations on Longitudinal Magneto-dielectric waves, the current is to travel longitudinally while the magnetism creates a circular/spiral-like sheath around it whilst propagating. Furthering my assumption of my understanding, if two 'CIG's' were pointed at one another, while their currents may be clashing in the center; their magnetic fields, depending their versor position/phase, would create a situation where the clockwise (or like CCW) rotation of both streams would create a never-ending dog chasing its tail, assuming their magnetic polarity is 180 degrees out of phase at the position at which they meet.

    A while back after finding the 'wayback machine' I came across an excerpt/article supported by Los Alamos National Lab in regards to Electromagnetic Forces in regards to "black holes". The author was Hannes Alfvén; towards the end he stated that "... the electromagnetic force can be repulsive if the streams in interaction are flowing in opposite directions. Thus immense plasma streams measured in megaparsecs, carrying galaxies and stars, can appear to be falling towards nothing when they are actually repelling."

    I was curious if the phenomena of the Cosmic Induction Generator could similarly be described by Alfvén's theory of 'black holes'. Following my understanding and assumptions, which could most certainly be wrong, it would seem to me that the 'event horizon' would refer to the boundary condition in which the magnetic fields confine the 'electrified streams' or 'plasma streams' outside of the repulsive area.

    I have no knowledge of black holes, neither do I claim to be an expert or authority on electricity or anything, just a curious reader. I would be interested in hearing other interpretations of the comparison. Thank you for your time and curiosity.