It is said that orthagonal rotation of an electric field creates electro-magnetism. This could be described as a transformation from 2D to 3D space. My question relates to what happens when electro-magnetic fields are similarly rotated as per the following thought experiment.
Two identical AC signals are fed into opposite ends of bifilar toroidal windings so their EM fields cancel to "zero". It is my understanding that this operation causes their force field vectors to rotate 90 degrees out of 3D space (rather than extinguish), perhaps taking the form of stress waves or scalar potentials within the vacuum.
I understand this intepretation is not in agreement with standard quantum electrodynamics or Minkowski space. However, on the premise it is valid, can anyone explain how this form of interdimensional translation might occur in terms of some alternative theory? Would it involve virtual photons or particle pairs as mediators?