A cornerstone of any theory of science is represented by the ,,electric and magnetic’’ phenomena and especially by how an ,,electric current” is defined. In this fields experiments are easy to be performed and at an affordable cost.

The newsletter starts with a theoretical approach: what are the effects of an electric current around a gas tube discharge in the frame of classical electromagnetism.

As far in such device, at local level, an exceeding ,,electric charge” is generated and the magnetic contribution of cations add to the electrons contribution, the magnetic field created around gas tube discharge has to be higher than magnetic field around metallic portion of the circuit.

New cut off experiments are proposed in Section 2.

The first experiment makes a comparison between a falling magnet inside a metallic tube and a ionic tube. The results are a bit disastrous for classical electromagnetism. Using a saturated NaCl solution, the magnet does not care about these charge carriers and it has the same falling time like in free fall. Supplementary there is no correlation between the concentration of electric charges in solution and the time of falling for considered magnet.

The second experiment tries to measure directly the strength of a magnetic field around a gas tube. The preliminary data for this experiment performed years ago show that magnetic field around a gas tube do not deviate in the same manner like for the metallic portion of the circuit. The experiment will be soon updated with quantitative data.

The third experiment proposes to build an ,,electromagnet” with a gas tube in form of a coil. Classical electromagnetism allows this device to work, but in the new theory this fact is not possible.

In the forth experiment, which is a variation of the first experiment, the case of a falling magnet through such a gas tube discharge coil and a normal coil is analyzed.

Some older experiments related to electric current definition are shortly described in section 3. Probably the most relevant experiment which rule out the present definition of an electric current as a charge movement was performed with cathode tubes from old TVs or monitors. The experiment was performed for the first time around 2000 and replicated many times in the last two decades.

A flow of electrons extracted from a cathode tube has a completely different comportment by comparison with a simple chemical source. The link:


The experiment was performed with a beta radioactive source too, having the same negative results. If a flow of electrons has nothing to do with an electric current, even a layman cannot assimilate a flow of alfa particle or other bigger species with an electric current. The link:


In fact the actual electromagnetism is not able to explain in a consistent way the first ever battery made by Volta few centuries ago. The link:


O dozen of other cut off experiment have been published on the elkadot site in last decade, so please take a look!

The concept of magneticity (former electromagnetism) is highly connected with matter structure so a short review of the new concept of metallic bond is necessary.

In the new theory, a metallic bond has nothing to do with a share of electrons between atoms and a ,,see of electrons” freely to move between nuclei as in present quantum theory is not accepted.

In the new proposed theory outer electron magnetic moments are linked together into multidimensional arrays and these represent the particularity of metallic structure.

In order to avoid repeating the same concept each time, i.e.electron magnetic moment,a new word is proposed:magnel (plural magnels). The meaning is self-explanatory.

Further on a comparison between thermal and ,,electrical’’ conductivity for metals is made. Although in both cases outer magnels are involved, there are also particularities for each case.

In the new proposed theory, a magnel current (present electric current) is represented by a perturbation of magnels into a circuit.

The intensity of a magnetic current is given by the number of magnels arrays involved into the magnetic propagation along circuit.

The magnetic voltage is defined as the difference between magnels configuration under external stress and magnels configuration in absence of this perturbation. In a simplistic and visual approach, the magnetic voltage is correlated with the dealignment of the magnels from their equilibrium state.

The entire theory of present electromagnetism is going to be reinterpreted according to up presented definitions.

A new principle of magneticity will be also adopted as follows: States of matter and their chemical bonds condition the observed effects of a magnetic current.

With other words, the effects of a magnetic current are usually different for solid state by comparison with liquid and gaseous state. In the case of same state, different chemical bonds, i.e. metallic bonds or covalent bonds can generate different effects around those portions of circuit.

Even in the case of the metallic bond the effects are different from material to material. Take two different metals and they will have a different thermal effect as result of an electric current passing through them. The explanation is very simple. Although all metals have magnels available to allow a magnetic perturbation to pass through, the arrangement of these magnels is different from metal to metal depending on its structure. Different magnels spatial configuration will lead to different effects for magnel current.

The superconductivity observed a century ago at low temperature has something to do with a transition phase in materials which allow a particular arrangement of mangnels in such manner that thermal interaction is inhibited or disappear completely.

Later on, some materials were discovered as presenting superconductibility at higher temperature and the oddity is that discovered materials are not metals at all. Peroskovite class of substances presents covalent or ionic bonds between atoms and they do not have at least one free electron to conduct electricity as electromagnetism theory claims.

The main ideas of the new proposed theory of superconductibility were already developed in Atomic structure book published in 2007. Now it is only the time to refine it and add a mathematical approach. To date, with a bit of support from mainstream science commercial superconductor working at room temperature would have been largely available in domestic applications. But they prefer to do research by shooting in the dark and justify large amount of funds with papers.

The experiment with falling magnets through a metallic tube and a fluid tube has a simple conceptual interpretation in the new proposed theory.

Of course in fluid there are a lot of free to move magnels, but they are not interconnected in such manner to get a macroscopic perturbation which can be further measured at the extremities of this circuit; therefore a magnet falls through a fluid cylinder in the same manner like a free falling through air.

Around a gas tube, the magnetic effects are completely different from the magnetic effects around the metallic portion of the circuit.

Making a coil from a gas tube do not increase the inductance for this part of circuit and further on one cannot use such a gas tube coil to build a so called ,,electromagnet”.

All other cut off experiment presented on elkadot site are going to be explained in the frame of new theory.

In order to have a simple and intuitive overview of all phenomena, the Magneticity book is going to be structured in following parts:

1. High Magneticity which includes former Electrostatic, High voltage electricity and Plasma.

2. Magnetostatic and Low Magneticity which includes magnetism, former DC and AC currents;

3. Magnel waves which includes former electromagnetic waves - they are different from electric currents and electrostatic,

4. Magnechemistry or former electrochemistry - interaction of magnetic current with matter (electrolytic cell, electrolysis, polarization, etc).

5. Supermagneticity – present superconductibility

Sometimes it is possible to have an overlapping of effects. For example, an electromagnetic wave can induce a current in a circuit, but it is necessary to highlight the impossibility to assume equivalence between these phenomena.

Let us make an overview for some topics already presented on elkadot site.

In a previous newsletter it was presented that Van der Graaf device hasn’t get a consistent explanation in classical electromagnetism.

In the new presented theory, no electron ever moves in the circuit during VDG working. The entire explanation is based on the fact that putting into contact two dissimilar dielectric materials will generate a surface stress over some chemical bonds. This stress will deform the bonds and in this way a surface magnetic interaction between magnels will appear. It is important to highlight that such an interaction remains localized and cannot propagate and get equilibrate by spreading over a large groups of atoms.

But this surface magnels induced stress can be picked up with a metallic conductor and ,,charge a sphere”.

In another future article a curios fact will be analyzed: how is possible to have a chemical source able to deliver only a few Volts and by comparison a VDG to deliver a huge voltage?

In a VDG device the voltage increases constantly when belt rotates and usually the delivered current amounts a few microA. By comparison a chemical source knows exactly what voltage to deliver and only the intensity of current varies. Someone can even guess the explanation: in VDG device as belt rotates, some chemical bonds or some outer magnels not involved in bonds becomes more and more stressed and this stress is picked up by a metallic grill; in a chemical source the chemical reaction can produce a quite constant dealignement for magnels and in this case the voltage will be constant and only the intensity of the magnel current will vary depending on the quantity of reactants transformed into products. There will be a detailed discussion about ,,chemical to electrical” energy conversion later.

There was a post related to electrode potential and if metal atoms migrates between solid state and solution. The experiments made with isotopes denied such migration, so in the new theory this assumption is ruled out.

In the new theory, any time a non reactive metal is inserted into a solution, it will arrive to a certain potential given by the interaction between solution magnels and corresponding magnels in metal.

The effects of magnetic currents are dependent if the experiment is performed in low or in high magneticity frame. For present science there is no much difference if a so called potential of 4V or 40 KV is applied to a solution. For the new theory, the situation is completely different and with this new approach a lot of curios and sometimes controversial phenomena are going to get a consistent explanation.

Last but not least, the equivalence principle which forms the core of General Relativity is challenged with a simple experiment. It is not a ,,gedanken experiment” as modern physics promotes today, but it is a simple to be performed experiment having in mind latest technological achievements.

The experiment proposes to detect the emission of ,,electromagnetic waves” by a mass under gravitational field by comparison with the same mass under an accelerated field.

Here is the case to toss a coin and chose either top or tail, because irrespective of the result for this experiment, the consequences are catastrophically for General Theory of Relativity and/or today astronomy.

If the matter accelerated in gravitational field emits photons, than the equivalence principle is nonsense and the entire Generalized Theory of Relativity has to be ruled out.

If the matter accelerated in gravitational field does not emit photons than a lot of astronomical topics need a new interpretations and an entire scientific literature becomes recycled papers.

For the new proposed theory this experiment is of secondary importance ….

There were other experiments posted on the site around 2009 which rule out the General Theory of Relativity, so the main purpose of this experiment is to ascertain once more that matter accelerated in a gravitational field do not release any kind of radiation (electromagnetic waves or photons) as stated in the previous newsletter.

There are going to be further discussions on this topic. For example, in a future newsletter the case of a two black hole merging will be analyzed. If in center of each galaxy there is a black hole, than merging these galaxies, and implicitly merging their center blackholes will have as consequence the complete dismember of both galaxies. It is not possible to have a new and bigger galaxy after this merging, because those central black holes are going either to precipitate part of the stars on blackholes and to eject the rest of them in outer space.

Someone can see in internet how nice and artistic are some movies related to black hole merging and how they rotate one around the other with increased speed until they merge and release huge amount of energy and distort the space time. In the new theory, there is a clear difference between Hollywood production and scientific reality. It is a pity that none has added to those simulations at least some stars around those merging black holes.

Of course dealing with billions of stars it is a bit complicated, therefore I would like to present a simpler model. Imagine that our Solar System is going to collide with another Solar System and the end point of this collision is a merge between stars. How many planets will remains around the final star? A conservative estimate: none.

As consequence, the new theory rules out the existence of the black holes in the center of each galaxy.

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Best regards

Dr. Chem. Sorin Cosofret