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    Proving an aspect of the AB effect: when Newton's Third Law doesn't wo
    Posted on Tuesday, December 04, 2007 @ 23:38:15 MST by vlad

    By Miranda Marquit

    One of the interesting phenomena present in quantum mechanics is the Aharonov-Bohm (AB) effect. The AB effect predicts that a charged particle, usually an electron in experiments, shows effects from electromagnetic fields in regions where the particle is excluded. This leads to the interesting fact that, in electromagnetism, Newton’s Third Law of Motion doesn’t always hold true.


    Herman Batelaan explains to PhysOrg.com: “If you want to move anything in the world around you, you need forces. But in the Aharonov-Bohm effect, the electron reacts without any forces. There is no force, but something happens.”

    Batelaan, a scientist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln oversaw an experiment done by graduate student, Adam Caprez, and Brett Barwick to demonstrate the absence of forces in the AB effect. A description of the experiment, and their results, is available in Physical Review Letters: “Macroscopic Test of the Aharonov-Bohm Effect.” ...

    Full story: http://www.physorg.com/news115985359.html



     
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    Re: Proving an aspect of the AB effect: when Newton's Third Law doesn't wo (Score: 1)
    by nanotech on Wednesday, December 05, 2007 @ 18:08:49 MST
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    Again and again this flies in the face of the skeptics: THE AHARANOV BOHM EFFECT IS 100 PERCENT REAL AND IT IS SOLID PROOF OF THE EXISTENCE OF LONGITUDINAL QUANTUM POTENTIAL WAVES in the VIRTUAL PARTICLE FLUX. The 'aether'. Why don't these guys get it already and start engineering devices based on it?

    The AB effect is a direct proof that a quantum potential ether exists, and effects and connects every particle in the universe, every wave. We live in a sea of this stuff, and, it can be manipulated, and yes, even for what appears to be faster than light signals and matter control/assembly/disassembly, and overunity energy systems. Also weaponry.

    Several nations have groups within them that already possess technology directly derived from the Aharanov-Bohm Effect. This technology when weaponized is capable of tremendous power. An example of an overunity device that operates based on the AB effect is the Patterson Fuel Cell.





     

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