Electromagnetic Spectrum Energy

Radio spectrum

Electromagnetic Spectrum Energy has four physical expressions: Radiated, Reflected, Deflected, Absorbed; and it becomes useful when displaced from its ambient background. Being other than ambient, a pressure, or potential, develops which needs to return to its background ambience. The Leg between displacement and equilibrium is then Useful Energy. The Physics of Useful Energy requires disturbing the ambient background. In electrical systems this occurs when non ionic electrons, present everywhere, are disturbed, spinning left and right by alternating the electromagnetic wave environment. Pulsating magnetic waves, when deflected, become electrical waves, and vice versa. The greater the spin rate (frequency) the greater the displacement from ambient.

The eletrical side of the equation is fully described via convential physics. The magnetic side, and its obvious benefits, are only now coming to light. Benefits include:

  • Multiple copies of the existing magnetic wave energy can be produced without depleting the source. Receptors present in the resonance field duplicate the field without diminishing it. In convential systems the equal magnetic side of the equation is radiated and wasted.
  • The magnetic resonance is not diminished when it is copied and fed back into the system. Multiple copies of the source, when fed back into the system, enables Self Sustainable Devices.