A good computer program starts with a good specification. If the Universe were a computer program, it would need a specification. The specification outlined in this document is the starting point for the “common language” envisioned by Eric Dollard. This document will be continuously updated as the specification evolves.

**Standard definitions:**

These definitions are lacking in my opinion. Eric Dollard spell it out much more thoroughly.

**Eric Dollard’s transmission:**

**Units:**

I: Current [C/s]

**Definitions:**

**Flux**: flow of fluid, particles, or energy

**through a given surface.**

**Induction**: flow stimulation.

**Electrostatic Potential**: the potential difference between two points in space. Gradient. Real. Permanent condition.

**Conductive Current**: the rate of flow of electric charges past a point in the circuit. Flow. Real. Permanent condition.

**Displacement Current**: the rate with which Dielectric Flux is produced or consumed. Imaginary. Temporary condition.

**ElectroMotive Force**: the rate with which Magnetic Flux is produced or consumed. Imaginary. Temporary condition.

**Aether**: a state of dynamic polarization.

**Dielectric flux**: Aether under strain.

**Magnetic flux**: Aether in motion.

A **conjugate** relationship exists between two the **incommensurate** principles, the Dielectric and the Magnetic.

**Conjugate Terms:**

Reactance : Susceptance

Q: Electricity: Q = DF x MF = Where dielectric and magnetic flux lines cross. Units [J s].

J.J. Thompson considered the electron to be the terminal end of one unit line of dielectric induction. One TUBE = One ELECTRON.

**Rates of change with time:**

Q/t : Energy = Rate of Consumption or Production of electricity. Units [J s /s] = [J]

IMPORTANT: Dollard’s displacement current has units [C/s] and standard displacement current has units [C/s x 1/m^2]. Flux change can only be measured over a surface, so mainstream’s units seem more appropriate. Further investigation recommended.

**Definitions:**

Magnetic Flux Change (MFC): the rate of consumption of production of magnetic flux.

Units [V/s s] = [V].

**Ratios:**

(real , imaginary, resistance , reactance)

The ratio of EMF to Displacement Current has units of admittance.

(real , imaginary, conductance , suceptance)

[G B]

[-B G]

**On Voltage and Current**

2) ElectroMotive Force (involves conductor, magnetic, imaginary). Unita [V s 1/s]

2) Displacement Current (involves insulator, dielectric, imaginary). Units [I m^2]

atomic unit of electric field gradient 9.717 362 4292 e21 0.000 000 0029 e21 V m^-2