Introduction

In this chapter, we continue to present a selection of potential overunity systems, inventions, approaches, and selected mechanisms. We also make the reader aware that quantum mechanics, an entire branch of physics, requires nonlocality and "instant propagation" in space. We utilize the quantum potential from Bohm's hidden variable theory of quantum mechanics {347} to impress the nonlocality. Further, the staid old scalar potential — which we meet as voltage in a circuit — also exhibits nonlocality and instant propagation in the Coulomb gauge {348}. Our purpose is to show that electrodynamics is not limited to the cut-and-dried subject as usually taught to electrical engineers and applied by them, but also covers a wide range of phenomenology that electrical engineers usually do not consider or account.

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