Say Hi to the Dolphins: lesson 1 Vortex Physics

A vortex ring is a doughnut-shaped phenomenon where fluids or gases knot and spin in a closed, usually circular loop. The physics of vortex rings is the same as that which gives stability to tornadoes, volcanic eruptions and mushroom clouds. (Dolphins actually create their own vortex rings in water for entertainment.)
“Using state-of-the-art computing techniques, we demonstrated with our simulation that virtually all aspects of the MIT results can be explained by vortex rings” said Forbes, an UW affiliate professordolphins who in January became an assistant professor of physics at Washington State University.
He said the simulations they used “could revolutionize how we solve certain physics problems in the future,” such as studying nuclear reactions without having to perform nuclear tests. As for neutron stars, he said the work also could lead to a better understanding of “glitches,” or rapid increases in such a star’s pulsation frequency, as this may be due to vortex interactions inside the star.

The standing wave of a electric circuit is the same as these Dolphin Rings Underwater. The building and collapsing of these
magnetic waves cause a resonance effect in the circuit. That is where the zero point comes in, if you find your device running cold be careful of a huge potential. The ether is like the water and the radio waves are the rings they always return to the transmission point. You Capture the energy from the collapsing transmission back into the capacitive side of the circuit. Enjoy this great video.

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