The common notion taught in schools is that electricity consists of a flow of electron beads from one atom to another. The fatal problem with this mechanism is that it relies on the debunked and defunct planetary model of the atom. The proponent assumes that the electron bead somehow — by magic — remains faithful to the nucleus.
What physical medium between the proton and the electron would prevent the electron bead from spontaneously flying away?
The Planetary Model of the Atom
What entity or medium between the electron bead and the nucleus prevents the electron beads from flying away?
Under the Rope Hypothesis, electricity can better be described as a drill bit twirling in place. Imagine a long row of countless merged molecules. The entire ‘serpentine’ spins counter-clockwise (CW) from your vantage point. It is this rapid rotation of a row of merged molecules aligned along your line of sight that we detect as electricity.
Contemporary Model of Electricity
Electricity does not consist of tiny balls flowing from one atom to another. What would compel them to do so? The theorist has the burden of identifying the entity that would cause such a phenomenon.
The Rope Model of Electricity
Electricity is better described as a drill bit twirling in place.
Rows of merged molecules spin in situ.
A series of merged atoms form what we will call a serpentine. When the serpentine spins at great speeds, the threads that comprise the EM rope between them come loose and begin to spin around the long rows of atoms. It is the aggregate of these threads that we call a magnetic field. This mechanism will be important to understand magnetism.
When a series of merged atoms spin, the swing around themselves the threads that comprise the EM rope. It is these swinging threads that will constitute the magnetic field.