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No one doubts the existence of the electronic current, and there is no need to prove it, although the theory of alternating current, based on the assumption that electrons can run in one direction and then in the reverse direction, is clearly erroneous and requires a refutation. To prove the existence of a positron current, it is sufficient to pass the current rectified by the semiconductor bridge through the frame of the magnetoelectric galvanometer in one direction and then in the opposite direction. Both currents will deflect the arrow towards the south pole of the magnet, which corresponds to the charge of the positron.
Catalog: Physics 
9 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
These errors of the modern theory of electricity are connected with the fact that only now physical science, and first of all, quantum physics, began to clarify the nature of the charges of electrons and positrons. It turned out that there are no specific electric charges in nature, because an electron - by 2/3 of its volume - is a magnetic dipole of the north pole, called a minus, and a positron is a magnetic dipole of the south pole, called a plus. Each charge generates 1/3 of the volume of the magnetic induction of the opposite pole. Moreover, a larger magnetic charge is considered an electric charge, and a smaller magnetic charge is considered to be the magnetic component of the charges, which, when current flows in the conductor, generates speraloid lines of magnetic induction.
Catalog: Physics 
19 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
In the modern theory of electricity, the conduction current is considered to be the current of free electrons. And the theory of alternating current is based on the assumption that electrons can change the direction of motion in the opposite direction. The fallacy of these theories is revealed if we consider the operation of alternators with a grounded neutral conductor, as is done in all industrial electrical installations.
Catalog: Physics 
24 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
Einstein's mistakes originate from his famous question: “The focus of the whole discussion is the question: are there physically distinguishable (privileged) states of motion in nature?”
Catalog: Physics 
63 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
БАЛКАНСКИЙ ВОПРОС ВО ВНЕШНЕЙ ПОЛИТИКЕ ВЕЛИКОБРИТАНИИ (1908-1912 годы)
Catalog: Political science 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
XXI МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЙ КОНГРЕСС ИСТОРИЧЕСКИХ НАУК В АМСТЕРДАМЕ
Catalog: History 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
БРИТАНСКИЕ ТОРИ: ВОЗРОЖДЕНИЕ ИЛИ УГАСАНИЕ?
Catalog: Political science 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
М. О. Трояновская. ДИСКУССИИ ПО ВОПРОСАМ ВНЕШНЕЙ ПОЛИТИКИ В США (1775-1823)
Catalog: Political science 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
ЖИЗНЬ И БОРЬБА СИМОНА БОЛИВАРА
Catalog: History 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
МАДАГАСКАР: ПОЛИТИКА МАЛАГАСИЗАЦИИ
Catalog: Political science 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
ЭМИГРАЦИЯ ИЗ ШВЕЙЦАРИИ В ПЕРВОЙ ПОЛОВИНЕ XIX века
Catalog: Sociology 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
Н. П. Комолова. СТО ЛЕТ ИСТОРИИ ИТАЛИИ (XX век)
Catalog: History 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
ДВУХСОТЛЕТИЕ НАЧАЛА ВОЙНЫ ЗА НЕЗАВИСИМОСТЬ И СТОЛЕТИЕ РЕВОЛЮЦИИ 1910 года В МЕКСИКЕ
Catalog: Political science 
63 days ago · From Libmonster Online
For centuries, scientists have been preoccupied with the search for a reference frame in the Universe that could unambiguously determine, for example, the Earth revolves around the Sun, or vice versa. Neither the Ptolemy system nor the Copernican system possess such uniqueness. Kepler’s laws also do not clarify this issue. Einstein's theory of relativity suggests the equality of both points of view. But for many researchers, the question remained open. And finally, uniqueness, as if, appeared. Uniqueness is formed by the difference of gravitational potentials
Catalog: Physics 
70 days ago · From Gennady Tverdohlebov
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