Originally Posted by

**Transpower**
Let's recap here.

conventional theory--the capacitor time constant is *independent* of voltage, but the capacitor energy is proportional to voltage^2.

Reciprocal System--the capacitor time constant *varies inversely* with voltage, and the capacitor energy is linearly proportional to voltage.

Now let's do a *reductio ad absurdum * on the conventional theory. Let C = 1 F (a nice big capacitor) and let R = 100 ohms, in a simple DC RC circuit. First use a DC voltage source of 1 micro-volt. Then use a DC voltage source of 100 volts. You guys are actually going to tell me that, since RC is the same, the time to charge the capacitor will be precisely the same in these two cases. You will also tell me that, nonetheless, the energy stored in the capacitor will be proportional to V^2. Can you not see the contradiction???

If you want to do AC experiments, see the three AC circuits I discuss in "Theory of Dielectrics, Diamagnets, Paramagnets, and Ferromagnets, including the Calculation of Electric and Magnetic Susceptibilities." And no, I do not use reactances, because that would be dimensionally-incorrect. Note: oscillators are sometimes used to "measure" capacitance in AC circuits--but this assumes that conventional theory is correct, which it is not. That's why it's necessary to measure capacitance the way I've suggested in a previous post. By the way, it's very well known in the capacitor industry that the capacitance values stated are often very different from the true capacitance. Supposedly, "precision" capacitors are better, but the problem again is that the wrong theory is often embedded in the capacitance determination.

Now I'll post some challenges for you guys to answer.

TP1. Show, if you can, the alleged positive charges on one plate of a parallel capacitor, and the alleged negative charges on the other plate.

TP2. Measure, if you can, the energy of the capacitor without in any way invoking the conventional theoretical expression.

TP3. Prove, if you can, that the electrons involved in ordinary metallic circuits are negatively-charged.

TP4. Explain why, if electrons move through the interstices between atoms, they don't just leave the conductor?

TP5. Define a "positively-charged hole" in semiconductor theory. What evidence do have for such a ridiculous concept?

The Reciprocal System is a unified, general theory of the universe. To create an omelet, one must break a few eggs. To create the Reciprocal System, Larson and I had to break a few theories: the electrical theory, the nuclear theory of the atom, and Quantum Mechanics. We have reduced everything down to space-time dimensions and have done thousands of calculations with the theory. I have a whole database of material property calculations and *these are all in accord with experimental data*. Those of you here who disagree with me are just the mind-numbed robots of conventional physics; you just continue to spout off what you've been taught, instead of thinking independently and rationally.