THE PHENOMENON OF INSTANT POTENTIAL ENERGY TRANSMISSION BETWEEN ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND NETWORKS
Keywords:phenomenon, potential electromagnetic energy transmission, Faraday, Maxwell, Kirchhoff
Transmission of accumulated potential electromagnetic energy between closed circuits can be performed instantly without both its value variation and the equivalent work execution. As a result, a closed circuit or a separated system can obtain free energy from other circuits or systems.
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