LGV Rota's Theories
|LGV Rota's Theories
|The Work of Louis Rota
|Nature and detection of the Universal Currents
|The Universal Currents
- All matter is formed from universal currents.
- Each universal currents has its own specific properties, Rota had detected 361 different currents by the time of his death in 1951.
- Every chemical element is constituted of a different group of universal currents, copper, for example, is formed from four such universal currents.
- If an element is exposed to one of its constituent currents the element disintegrates, not explosively but gradually or more rapidly depending on the strength of the universal current.
- The constituent currents are held together by a "force of cohesion" which is related to gravitation but unlike gravity is polar.
- The huge polar force of cohesion is released when an element is dissolved by a constituent current and can attract or repel ordinary gravitation.
- Electromagnetism is formed of five universal currents held together by the force of cohesion, three for magnetism and two for electrostatic forces.
- Electromagnetic polarity arises from the polarity of the force of cohesion.
- Electromagnetism can be split into its universal current components releasing the force of cohesion.
- The properties of the universal current are heavily involved in the life process. The life process splits matter into its universal current components.
- Common physical instruments usually cannot detect the universal currents directly, only components bound by the force of cohesion e.g. magnetism, electricity and momentum are detected.