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Old Aug 27th 2013, 01:31 PM   #1
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Given a toroidal field originating from a single point with the effect of compressing space/time infinitely at that single point and diminishing at the square of the distance with no compression at an infinite distance and given that this field were intersecting a like field what effect might the interference have on space/time?

I realize that at x=y the derivatives would be perpendicular, would this enhance the field effect? Also would this point follow the expansion if the fields were expanding?
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Old Aug 27th 2013, 07:58 PM   #2
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Given a toroidal field originating from a single point with the effect of compressing space/time infinitely at that single point and diminishing at the square of the distance with no compression at an infinite distance and given that this field were intersecting a like field what effect might the interference have on space/time?
As I mentioned in another post Classical Electrodynamics does the same thing but I don't see you complaining about that.

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