Electricity - a simple but fundamental phenomenon.
The site presents a new interpretation of electricity and implicitly, the origin of matter

Electricity in the culture of our civilization.
The reasoning of Democritus and Dalton fixed the idea that matter is made up of atoms.
Pieces of matter were found, which attract and repel each other, without external actions.
The phenomenon was called magnetism and the pieces of matter, magnets.
The same forces of attraction and repulsion appeared when the matter was rubbed.
The phenomenon was called electricity. Unlike magnetism, electricity was caused by "friction."
Corpuscular theory searched for and found the atom of electricity - the electron.

Corpuscular electricity
Corpuscular electricity is represented by positive (protons) and negative (electrons), monopolar and independent electric charges.
Electric energy is a current of electrons, which moves in an orderly direction, in a conductor, under the action of an electric field (V).
Resistance and thermal effect come from the mechanical friction between electrons and wire molecules.
So the resistance does not decrease, but increases when the electron current increases!

Vector electricity
Magnetism and electricity produce remote interactions, even in a vacuum.
What mediates the interaction between bodies? The properties of bodies? What are the common properties of the two bodies?
The force, direction and sense. These are vector properties!
Therefore, bodies interact through their vector properties. I called the properties, energy flow - FLUEN. The bodies are made of fluen!
This is how the fluenic oscillator double torr, the atomic model fluenic, was developed.
The double torr oscillator (hydrogen atom) implicitly contains the nature of magnetism, to electricity and force - of matter!
Magnetism and electricity are the simple orientation of vectors in direction and sense. The orientation of the vectors in closed electrical circuits is surrounded orthogonally with others closed circuits (orthogonality property).
The forces with which atoms bind in networks are closed electrical and magnetic circuits.
The centripetal EM force, voltage, opens atomic bond circuits and orient on the direction of the conductor in the closed circuit.
Thus, the intensity of the orientation of the electric and magnetic vectors increases proportional to the voltage
and inversely proportional to the resistance, from where they are switched (Ohm's law).
The resistance being the forces of the atomic bonds, which oppose the switching of the circuits.
The thermal effect is the radiation of the electric arc produced when switching the connections.
The variation of the switching forces is used as information.

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