in its violent energy exchange with the active vacuum extracts reorders and

# In its violent energy exchange with the active vacuum

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in its violent energy exchange with the active vacuum extracts, reorders, and outputs enormous EM energy from the vacuum. It pours this huge energy flow out of the terminals of the generator or battery, filling all space surrounding the circuit. So the source of the "dark Heaviside energy" component is the broken symmetry of the source dipole with the active vacuum.Why We Keep Furnishing Shaft Energy to the GeneratorOur present EM power system circuits are universally designed with closed unitary current loops containing the external loads and losses as well as the back emf of the source dipole. All the current in the external loads and losses passes back through the back emf of the source dipole in the generator. Half the collected Poynting energy in the circuit is dissipated to destroy the source dipole, while the other half is dissipated in the loads and losses in the external circuit.Consequently, the circuits keep destroying their source dipoles in the generator or batterya little faster than they power their external loads. Hence to continually restore the source dipole, energy must be continually be furnished to the generator shaft or — in a battery — energy must continually be taken from the available chemical energy in the battery.A Potential or Dipolarity Negentropically Reorganizes the Surrounding VacuumWe also can examine the vacuum furnishing the energy to the dipole "transducer" or "negative resistor" in another manner. There is a scalar potential existing between the dipole ends, and existing across the terminals of the battery or generator. This potential is a change to the ambient vacuum potential (to the energy density of the vacuum energy flux). Once the source2
dipole is made and the potential appears between its separated charges, the potential spreads out in all directions, at the speed of light from the dipole. Further, missing from power system electrodynamics is the fact that the spreading potential from the dipole represents an organized, deterministic EM bidirectional wave structuring added to the vacuum potential. This was rigorously shown by Whittaker {10} in 1903, advancing earlier work by Stoney {11}. The mere formation of the dipolar potential therefore initiates a vast negentropic, deterministic reorgan-ization of the surrounding vacuum, moving outwards in all directions at the speed of light.We explain briefly how such a vast, spreading, negentropic reaction occurs.First, there is a continuing and very energetic exchange between the vacuum and any charge or dipole, including those of any physical EM power system. The common interpretation is that this exchange is totally disordered. It is not. To the contrary, it is highly ordered.After Lorentz regauging of the Maxwell-Heaviside equations, classical electrodynamics implicitly assumesan equilibrium condition between vacuum and the EM power system. In that case, no netenergy can be received and utilized from the vacuum. However, the Lorentz-

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• Spring '14
• DanielKevles
• Energy, Oliver Heaviside, H. A. Lorentz

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