I have worked extensively on electromagnetics, from my studies in subatomics to astronomical field condensations and dynamics to area magnetics and magnetic field origin, differentiated field vibration and dimensional differentiation, quantum uncertainties and ringing of electrons and their affect on local amperage and vibration, and molecular alchemy on up to the macroscale.
You can see hundreds of my posts on these topics at Billy Bunkie the Science Junkie and its associated blogs. I have also placed a compact version of my modern notes at the top of SOEMP.
More recently I have been working on the spontaneous formation of helixes and double hexlices in large astronomical fields and the function of energy field condensations within their cycles. The Max Planck institute, a Russian Academy of Sciences, and the University of Sydney presented these findings in 2007.
The same way electromagnetic particles can be condensed such as the Bose-Einstein or quantum entanglement, so can fields. Since fields are naturally unobserved and can be found at the macroscopic level it may be far easier to produce their entanglements. Electron ringing and quantum uncertainty may be better understood when produced as field vibrations or goemetries of vibrations, which are easily modifiable through alchemical techniques, even without substantial equipment. The produced effect of these changes are by field as well, rather than directly observable, until restored back to active particles. A seeded field turned into a particle from a crossover or a a 0=1 manipulation of production could turn those fields into solid fruits, and form intelligent physical "computerized" programs to adjust properties of physics. I am reminded of the phase change.
This intelligent helix dusting occurs in plasma, which means it has a latency or tendency to form along co-originated lines in other phases, as the plasma is a medium of the originating organization of mathematical inequalities that form electricity and vibration. This discovery may be similar to the key-gen system or admin password for all physics.
William Bunker, 5 February 2007