Atoms Absorb Low Frequency Electromagnetic Energy
Hans W. Giertz
Uppsa Research, Gnesta, Sweden.
DOI: 10.4236/ojm.2013.34017   PDF    HTML     7,639 Downloads   10,472 Views   Citations


This paper presents a method to measure TEM (transverse electromagnetic) waves absorbed by atoms. The results show the existence of a singularity in the universe which generates a broad spectrum of synchronized and extremely low frequency TEM waves in the period range 30 - 160 s. Atoms create resonance and absorb these TEM waves. The absorbed energy consists of a set of TEM waves where the sum generates an intrinsic static electric and magnet field. It is proposed that this static electric and magnetic field induces static forces within the atomic nucleus. The study describes a method to measure TEM waves absorbed by atoms (direction, frequency and amplitude). The study displays that chemical elements absorb TEM waves of different periods, supporting the hypothesis that TEM waves are absorbed by an atomic intrinsic resonance mechanism. The study displays a non-invasive method facilitating novel analyses of the atomic nucleus.

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H. W. Giertz, "Atoms Absorb Low Frequency Electromagnetic Energy," Open Journal of Microphysics, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2013, pp. 115-120. doi: 10.4236/ojm.2013.34017.

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