The Double Helix Theory of the Magnetic FieldDescription:
Abstract. Maxwell’s 1861 paper ‘On Physical Lines of Force’ (parts I to III) is interpreted, and an improvement is proposed which involves replacing his vortex cells with rotating electron positron dipoles. The cause of magnetism is then explained in terms of a vortex sea of electron positron dipoles, in which magnetic field lines are comprised of helical springs created out these dipoles. The electron positron dipoles are bonded together in a double helix pattern and the resulting helical springs close on themselves in elliptical or circular solenoidal hoops.