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Borderland: Hysteresis of the Ether by Eric Dollard
HYSTERESIS OF THE AETHER
Abstract by Eric P. Dollard
In the theoretical investigation of electric induction the propagating velocity of
the transverse electro-magnetic (T.E.M.) component of induction is the only propagation
constant considered. The propagation throughout space of the independent magnetic field
of induction and the independent dielectric field of induction is not considered. In
reality, however, these fields of induction start at the conductor and propagate from
there throughout space at a definite velocity; that is, at any point in space the field
of induction of magnetism or dielectricity at any moment in time corresponds not to the
condition of induction at the conductor at that moment but that at a moment earlier by
the time of propagation from the conductor to the point in space under consideration.
Hence the given field of induction lags in time the more, the greater the distance from
This lag in phase with respect to distance results in the cycle of energy return of
the field of induction falling behind its point of phase opposition with the cycle of
energy storage. This lag in phase gives rise to an energy component, that is an
effective magnetic resistance or an effective dielectric conductance to the reactance or
susceptance of the magnetic & dielectric fields respectively.
The phase angle of this lag in the cycle of energy return has been called the angle
of hysteresis of the inductive medium and has become well known for ferrous materials.
However, the application of this concept to the inductive medium known as the aether has
received no attention except by Steinmetz. The purpose of this paper is the adaptation
of Steinmetz' inductive propagation to the study of the hysteresis of the aether and a
determination of the propagation velocity therefrom.^Z
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