Thursday, December 2, 2010

Circulation, Stabilisation and Polarisation

The torus-current (blue) generated within the trefoil knot (gray) is opposite to the outside of the trefoil knot's rotation, these opposite rotations, clockwise and counter clockwise (white arrows) stabilise the whole current system. In the center an extra vertical, upwards current (red) is generated because the rotation/flow of the torus and the trefoil knot are at that place the same. This gives rise to an sphere that has a polarised, north -> south, outer flow with a suction power (+). This way an atom would be like a fountain with a B-side, where one side spray's out the parts that make up an electron, and a fip-side that sucks 'm back up at the other site.