# Ionic Conductors and Magnetic Fields

In my book, I derived Biot-Savart Law from first principles.  To achieve that, I had to consider not only the electron-electron interaction but also the other three interactions associated with electrons and holes in both sides.  So there were four elements that summed up would result in our nice Biot-Savart Law.

These are the four elements comprising the force felt on wire 1 by moving charges in wire 2.  The force on wire 1 (containing hole 1 with velocity v1=0 and electron 1 with velocity v1=v1) interacting with wire 2 (containing hole 2 with velocity v2=0 and electron 2 with velocity v2=v2) was presented in the book and show above.  ee and ep refer to negative charges in wire 1 interacting with negative and positive charges in wire two.  pe and pp refer to holes in wire 1 interacting with electrons and holes in wire 2.  Adding the four forces, one can reach the nice and elegant Biot-Savart Law.

That came to me as a surprise, since being a Natural Law, nobody knew that hole-hole interactions would be important.

In the case of an ionic solution, holes are not static. Instead, they are positive ions in motion.
Spintronics should benefit from my equations since in a semiconductor, one might have electrons and holes subject to magnetic fields.

We have been using electromagnetic equations that apply quite well to forces between solenoids and free charges(e.g. Cathodic Ray Tubes).  Now that I understand the role of holes, I believe that that is a distinct situation than the one we have in a plasma. In a plasma, there are no holes.  In fact, a plasma is very similar to an ionic conductor under a magnetic field.

Plasma Physics is a field that might benefit from incorporating what I did. As you can see, the ee force (that deltaEE is proportional to acceleration which is proportional to the force), has an unexpected form.  That would be the part one would use in plasma physics. In fact, one would use the previous formula, before the slow velocity approximation (from the top of my head).

That is one of the reasons why I bother to bother scientists who have polished brands.  I need one of them to be courageous enough to demonstrate love for science and mankind.  I don't want them to tarnish their brands. Instead, I think enlightened support of my theory would benefit their brands.
They are the people (e.g. Neil deGrasse Tyson, Michio Kaku, etc)  who could lead the introduction of my ideas to other scientists.  Scientists are like everyone else.  They are afraid of taking chances. That make them even less prone to engage with me.  Unfortunately, one can never fight small people... it is unbecoming. One has to challenge UP... not DOWN... Nobody is interested in The Fight of the Light Weights...:)

I take my chances.  I am wasting my time pursuing something that might benefit your kids... the people of the future...  I do so because I think Mankind deserves a chance.

Cheers,

MP

## I called their mothers, Fat !!!!

For readers not familiar with the Comedic Competition of calling each other mother's Fat, this is a standard in the American Culture.  It is an intellectual challenge, where comedians trade funny one-liners about each other mothers Blubberness.  It is not an offense.  Instead, it is an intellectual challenge!
THE GAUNTLET HAS BEEN THROWN!!!!  :)
Today  I called (twit) Neil deGrasse Tyson and Elon Musk mothers Fat!!!
Needless to say, Elon Musk is not a scientific target but instead he is someone that can be impartial (his career doesn't depend on not abetting non-orthodox ideas).
It is the second time I tried to ask Neil to be my Giordano Bruno - without the burning at the stake.  The first time he just ignored me as someone who ignores a crazy uncle - pretend not knowing him..:) .
Once an Astrophysicist from Iowa asked me:.
"Why do my responses matter to you? "
It turns out, he was afraid, but so are all of the others. Nobody wants to stick out and challenge the status-quo. That is why I wrote the book. Everything is there in black and white... nothing (no hidden hypotheses) hidden.  I expect that the success of this book in terms of visibility and readers will map to their need to respond to it.  After all, if I were wrong, the propagation of my ideas would be a disservice to Culture and Science.  I waited 11 years for any criticism.  I think I waited enough.
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One would hope that the ones with the highest profile, imbued with the loftiest rhetoric about the value of science, would lend themselves more easily to become defenders of new ideas.  They profess to know that ideas are important.  They know, like I know, the tremendous loss of the Library of Alexandria.  Perhaps my ideas were there or at least part of it.
I wrote several times, every time an asteroid passes close to us, that ideas are important. We could be obliterated before we can become civilized and fulfill our promise.  Unfortunately, it seems that pettiness, self-serving behavior might be a barrier too high to climb.

## Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson is by far the best Science Popularizer since Carl Sagan, which not to say too much since there isn't that wasn't that much interest in Science until the Rise of the Nerds...In fact, he is really good...:)
Now time is ripe for Science Popularization. Someone in that role has to contend with anything that makes him/her a real iconoclast while keeping a cool image. Sometimes they overstep those boundaries, like Michio Kaku stating that maybe the Universe is a simulation?????  From my point of view, stating that the Universe might be a simulation, or God's Dream, or a Big Wall on God's Country is the same.  Just a bombastic, meaningless statement to bring back the limelight while weakening critical sense.
I take umbrage with that kind of statement.  It weakens critical sense.  As a scientist, we had to twist our minds to consider that particles are particle and waves... Time slowing down as you travel faster... etc.  My theory finally allows us to reject those exercises in mind-bending (critical sense destroying) by rejecting the matter-wave paradigm, the slowing down of time etc. while being consistent with results!!!!!!
My theory not only tells us that time moves on without skipping a beat, it also provides an alternative interpretation of the double slit experiment by noticing that matter waves are actually created by a dilaton field which effects matter distribution while conserving the ondulatory nature of a wave. Of course,the solution comes from the effect of interaction being smaller as velocity moves towards c (45 degrees in the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory). So, time  or the pendulum of Bhrama swings unaffected, while the laws that rule dynamics slows down interaction and thus Chemistry, Isotope decay etc).  It is like you get into a freezer that freezes motion, radioactive decay without creating ice...:)
Of course,the solution comes from the effect of interaction being smaller as velocity moves towards c (45 degrees in the Hypergeometrical Universe Theory). So, time  or the pendulum of Bhrama swings unaffected, while the laws that rule dynamics slows down interaction and thus Chemistry, Isotope decay etc).  It is like you get into a freezer that freezes motion, radioactive decay without creating ice...:)
In polishing the theory, I also discovered a new force...:) One that will allow us to create directional thermonuclear reactions.
Not only that, the theory derives Biot-Savart Law from first principles and in doing so it becomes clear that the law takes into consideration the influence of the static positive centers (nuclei). This means that anything that resembles Biot-Savart is not a good basis for plasma physics modeling. The theory provides the four difference relativistic components.  It pains me to think that people are investing billions of dollars on the IFC (International Fusion Center) without reading my book...:)  They should just buy it on Amazon...:)
In the past, I tried to give away knowledge.  The problem with that is that people are stupid and they consider anything free as of no value.  Not unlike advice, we older people provide to offsprings, nephews, nieces, grandkids etc...:)
I will do this in this way.  I will call their mothers FAT and then come here to brag about.  Eventually, they will have to say something...  Their mothers don't deserve such disrespect..:)
Cheers,
MP

#### You can NOW read my theory at leisure on your Kindle.  By the way, it seems I discovered a new Force in Nature...:)

Cheers,
MP
http://hypergeometricaluniverse.com/blog/i-called-their-mothers-fat-1/