Chapter 1 - Introduction to Wave Theory
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When the rotation of objects at their equatorial position is in opposite directions, they have pushing properties (picture below, left). In the same position, when rotation is in the same direction, the formations (waves) have pulling properties (picture below, right). Thus, energetic matter is either repelled by or drawn to, and possibly united with, other energetic matter.

We conclude that, at the equatorial position, energetic matter has either pulling or pushing properties, depending on its position and the direction of its rotation in relation to other energetic matter and its energy level. The same holds true at perpendicular or other positions.

In pictures of galaxies, we clearly see that magnetic fields around the planets have the same pushing and pulling properties as magnets, but mainly at the north and south poles (picture, below). We can imagine that the magnetic (electro-magnetic) matter of planets circulates in a perpendicular direction.

From research, it seems that the two currents, magnetic and electric, appear to come from one source - energetic electromagnetic matter. We therefore conclude that magnetic and electric currents are the same issue: they appear to come from one source, and one electric current creates these two forces, which are two current fields in solenoid. A change of position and/or direction of a current field, relative to another one, change the behavioural properties of electric matter. (Other “forces” will be discussed later.)

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