Magnetic Fields Ball Lightning and Campanology

"Magnetic fields, ball lightning, and campanology."; Blair, A. J. F.
October 7, 1811. Devon, England. Four balls of lightning seen in a church, with possible increase in the inertia of the balls.
Scalar currents (time rate of change of electrostatic or magnetostatic scalar potential) without mass seem to induce inertial fields (gravitational fields) when they move helically. Ordinary mass seems to act as an accumulator for slow storage and slow discharge of such circulating scalar currents, as well as for currents of scalar resonance.
Nature. 243(5409), June 29, 1973. p. 512-513.

See Also

14.07 - Thirds in Magnetic Action
15.23 - Water is Predominantly Diamagnetic
16.20 - Magnetic Pole Reversal
16.21 - Magnetic Flow
16.22 - Magnetic Flow is Negative Sympathetic Polar Stream
16.23 - Differentiation of Magnetic Stream
16.25 - Magnetic Attraction caused by Dominant Current of Electrical Stream
3.17 - Magnetic Electric Poles
Enhanced Electromagnetic Spectrum Table
Figure 1.8 - Electromagnetic Scale in Octaves
Figure 16.05 - Electric Centering Shaft around which dances Magnetic Vectors
Figure 3.34 - Electric and Magnetic Vectors
Figure 7B.19 - Magnetic Lines of Force developed from Induction of Current Flow
Light Rings formed at 90 Degrees to Magnetic Center Line
motionless electromagnetic generator
Scalar electromagnetics
Wave Fields - Summarize and Simplify
We Now Build the Nine Equators of Cube-Sphere Wave-Fields

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