Brad G. Berman (Oregon State University)
Published in physic.philica.com Observation By applying our knowledge of electronic circuitry, it can be shown that the circulating currents within the LC elements of a parallel resonant electronic tank circuit provide a good model for the continuous entry of the fourth dimension into our universe.
Assume that time enters the universe through spinning Plancksized electromagnetic dynamo vortexes and that these vortexes constitute all of invisible spacetime. By applying the parallel LC tank circuit concept to the Hydrogen atom, one can see that the capacitor of this circuit is the familiar electron, while the inductor displays as the mass of the proton, thus yielding the properties of inertia (reluctance) and momentum (magnetic field intensity). {Neutrons, as in helium, may be compressed hydrogen atoms that lack an electron shell}.
The Permittivity and Permeability of space are what provide the basis for the capacitance and inductance of each spinning Planck dynamo. The Qfactor of these countless tiny tank circuits is muted by the impedance of space (377 ohms), limiting light to propagate at a finite speed (c = 1/(?PxP) where PxP is the cross product of Permittivity and Permeability). Now, compare this to the resonant angular frequency of an LC circuit: ? = 1/(?LC). From this we can deduce the spin frequency of the proposed dynamos, based upon the speed of light.
Thus, the resonant peak of all spacetime dynamo tank circuits represents a massive standing wave of time, and the tip of the peak of their Qfactors equals the “width” of each local exact present, which appears to be only a few picoseconds in duration. {Notice that we are always living in the past, as everything around us has already happened nanoseconds ago}. Finally, these spinning dynamos would also be the source of countless unique electron band levels that inhabit atoms as well as pervading all of spacetime including the brain, which by definition resides right at the incoming first surface of the standing wave of time. References Search author’s name wherever eBooks are available Information about this Observation This Observation has not yet been peerreviewed This Observation was published on 8th March, 2017 at 17:05:54 and has been viewed 1036 times. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License. 
The full citation for this Observation is: Berman, B. (2017). A newer model of the Time process. PHILICA.COM Observation number 158. 
