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  1. I will begin this answer with a brief extract from my answer to what a battery is, because I need it for what follows (for more details please see What is a battery?). A battery can be regarded as a container of a dissolved agent wherein two metal plates (say copper and zinc) are partly immersed. The part of the copper plate outside the liquid is polarized in one sense (plus +), the immersed part in the opposite sense (minus -). For the zinc plate applies the opposite. Plus means blowing, Minus means suctioning (in relation to this, please see Is positive and negative electricity nomenclatur
  2. I have recorded one more video in relation to this subject: Electricity flows in an open circuit (Part2)
  3. I do not use two objects that are connected to water lines. I have made successfully also other variations of the experiment where I have used other metal objects which have nothing to do with water lines. The bathroom was only a more suitable place to make the video than the other places. The time will tell. Just sit back and relax.
  4. Don't you understand English? The washing machine is unplugged and under each leg there is a plastic plate, so that it is good insulated from the floor. The bathtub has no connection to any water pipe and under leach leg there is also a plastic plate. Both objects are good insulated from the floor. Concerning the Faraday's law: I didn't say that that topic has anything to do with this one. I only wanted to point out that in that topic I have disproved the law. I have disproved also other things, but from your way of thinking I can conclude that you are very, very far from understanding
  5. "Ground" is a misleading term. The right term would be "volume", that is, electrically conductive volume. I can fry my body if I touch the phase wire with one hand and with the other hand I touch the chassis of a helicopter which is in the air, because the electric flux in my body in that case will be many, many times stronger. What has a flying thing in the air to do with "Ground" or "Earth"?!!!
  6. Neither the bathtub nor the washing machine is grounded. The latter is unplugged and under every leg, both of the bathtub and the washer there are plastic plates. Yes, I did break the physics, but you are far from understanding that (look for example my article about the Faraday's law). I have put many objections to my physics during my work, and yes, in one case, I have to correct myself. Now I have no more objections. If you have some, then tell us.
  7. Would you try it? To hold in one bare hand a bare phase wire and with the other hand to touch a large metal object insulated from the ground? I will not be responsible when you get hurt!
  8. A considerable amount of current can flow in an open circuit under certain conditions. I will present you a very simple experiment which undoubtedly proves that. But before that, let me give you a little introduction. Electricity is a fluid. Just as the water and the air can flow through pipes, so the electricity can flow through metal wires or other electrically conductive things. However, water and air are material fluids, whereas electricity is an immaterial fluid. Water is dense, air is less dense than water and the electricity is the least dense, actually it crosses the border of mat
  9. Author of the book "New theories on electromagnetism and on light and colors", https://newtheories.info

  10. If we swing a glass plate like a hand-held fan, then we cause an alternating current in the air, that is, we cause longitudinal waves in it. If we swing it pretty fast, then we cause sound waves as well (which are also longitudinal waves). If we now rub the glass plate with a woolen cloth, then the plate is electrified. If swing it again, we cause besides the air- and the sound-waves, also electromagnetic waves, which are also longitudinal waves. • • • • • I will jump for a moment to another question, to the one what an electric current is (for more details please see "What is electric cur
  11. I don't agree that the induced voltage in a wire is directly proportional to the rate of change of the flux. Exactly that is a huge misconception and that's why the Faraday's law will go sooner or later to the trash heap of the history (by the way, the great Michael Faraday has nothing to do with the law which unrightfully bears his name). If it was true, then the induced voltage in the moment when the rotating loop is in vertical position (according to the first image of my OP) should be maximal. But in that moment the induced voltage, as I assert, will be zero. As I said in the later added
  12. The battery can be regarded as a container of dissolved agent (acid, base or salt) wherein two plates of different metals are partly immersed [footnote 1]. Instead of one metal plate, a graphite rod can also serve. Just as there is an exception to every rule, so it is in the electromagnetism. Coal is a special and unique case of a non-metal that is conductor of electricity. Consequently, it is also a good electrode in a battery. [ [footnote 1] According to the etymological meaning of the words, what we describe here should not be called a battery, but a cell (an electrochemical cell). A batter
  13. Yes, inhaling is Minus for the atmosphere, but it is Plus for your chest. Exhaling is Plus for the atmosphere, but it is Minus for your chest. What is here so strange?
  14. I am talking about real things, you are talking about fantasies. I don't want to be major Tom and lose the Ground bond.
  15. Can you tell us in words what the theory is? I don't give a toss about empty mathematics.
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