My Math Forum 2 quantum circuits as shapes of wire - For experimenting with fluid wings

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 January 12th, 2015, 07:48 PM #2 Senior Member   Joined: Jan 2013 Posts: 209 Thanks: 3 Abstract: Toward plasma or fluid wings and integrated circuits with the air water ground and rotations of electric vs magnetic (and spiralling around in the wind) dimensions which we mistakenly call multiverse as if its not there in the wind and magnetism to grab like electric cars charge while braking to use next acceleration, so if we ride the full dimension of electromagnetism around its spirals and echos why cant we charge our capacitors when we hit turbulence or charge to use in other parts of the wing of wires and circuits when our lowest energy state is more toward the down of gravity? In so many dimensions, "lowest energy state" has much potential to explore. If electromagnetism is the unified force that moves compass needles in circles near the equator the same way our electronics work, why are we unable to hook compass needles into capacitors, inductors, and resistors like any other electric component to harness the force that creates hurricanes, lightning, and solar eruptions into our batteries while we are out? Why do we rely on nuclear energy which we least understand as its related to gravity instead of a force thought to be well understood? These 2 quantum circuits, made of certain knots of ordinary wire, are in theory the basics of fluids, torque, probability, path vortex (flow with the wind) vs surface flux (oppose the wind to balance sphere) and conversion between them and the world around. These 2 pure wire circuits start with closed loops of nearly covering a sphere based on faraday cage, and each only adds inductors where they meet, one as same direction and other knotting for equal and opposite force to pigeonhole the sphere. Circuit names: (1) Certain Areas Uncertain Fluxes Observe All Fluxes Costing Uncertain Momentum, and (2) Vortex Path Inductor Unavoidable In Uncombable Sphere.

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