Thermodynamics and Energy

   

Using Ambient Photons As A Stator in A Motor

Authors: Simon A. Olanipekun

A magnetic field is the angular momentum of a photon; and an electric field is the linear momentum of the photon. Thus the ambient magnetic fields are photons whose angular-momentum vectors are oscillating continuously and rapidly. Since the ambient magnetic fields possess energy and angular momenta, they are able to exert reactive forces on the rotor and stator of the motor. Thus the ambient magnetic fields serve as the stator.

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[v1] 2019-02-05 08:21:52

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