Eric Dollard says that a proper understanding of electricity is to conceptualize it within the domain of time irrespective of any spatial considerations which may spawn it.
It's true, he may use a geometric model, such as a transformer winding,[1] to generate his temporal model of electrodynamic behavior. But he does this solely to analyze this mental experiment as a temporal phenomenon devoid of spatial considerations. This is wholely an exercise in abstraction to get right down to the nitty, gritty of electrodynamic theory devoid of any of the confusion which a theoretical analysis will entail should we remain shackled to space. Space is merely a point of departure for any discussion of electrodynamics. Space should never be this discussion's requirement. Only time is needed. This is the focus of Eric's perspective.
This is why Eric ignores the use of vectorial algebra[2] and, instead, pursues the use of versor algebra, because vectors unnecessarily complicates any theoretical discussion of electrodynamic theory with the need to humble ourselves and bow down to the limitations which ensues from spatial considerations. This is probably why nobody understands him since students of electrical theory are, currently, not taught much (if anything) about the masters of this subject from a century ago. Hence, they can be programmed to pursue "acceptable" solutions...solutions which are acceptable to the corporate mindset of today which discourages independent analysis and uncommon conclusions.
Versor algebra does not hinder this discussion, because it erases the significance of space leaving, only, time.
You have to ask yourself...
Do we need space to dwell on this topic at all? I mean...maybe it would help to keep space in our awareness, but not emphasize it too much?
In other words, can we get away with a discussion of this topic utilizing time, alone, and completely ignore space?
If so, then we have simplified our pursuit of electrodynamic knowledge before we reinsert the complexities of applying this knowledge back into the "real world" of physicality.
Space overly, and unnecessarily, complicates any discussion of the theoretical understanding and conceptualization of electrodynamic behavior.
Thus, a technician's job is three-fold...
Firstly, he/she must abstract from any electrodynamic problem its temporal element generated by its spatial circumstances.
Secondly, he/she must solve the problem in time devoid of spatial characteristics.
And, thirdly, he/she must apply the solution by reinserting it back into its spatial circumstance.
This is what Oliver Heaviside did with the trans-Atlantic telegraph cable problem of the 1880s by inventing the Telegraph Equations (which boosted his fame, or his infamy, dependent on who was asked for their opinion ;-). This is the approach which Steinmetz has been known to take. It's the only way to efficiently get at the root of any electrodynamic problem and solve it without any impediments getting in our way that could make our task unnecessarily difficult, or worse...impossible to resolve!
Thus, my simulations may seem impossible to achieve in any practical build. And many a person has taunted me, by exclaiming..."Build it, and we'll believe you" -- all the while believing something completely different in their hearts... "We know you'll never be able to build it. Yet, we need you to prove this to yourself and stop bugging us with your claims of overunity".
My simulations have their reality within the domain of time irrespective of any spatial consideration of how they might, or might not, be built. This is my disclaimer.
But this is also the strength, not a weakness, of the simulator's virtual environment.
And this is, also, my asset to divorce me from unnecessarily worrying about how to build any of these simulations which gives me the focus I need for excluding the "real world" from pursuing an understanding of pure theory.
I gotta start somewhere. It might as well be theory devoid of practicality.
Oops, if this admission disappoints you... But you probably already guessed this about myself.
No matter...
[1] https://www.gestaltreality.com/downloads/Symbolic%20Representation%20of%20the%20Generalized%20Electric%20Wave%20-%20Eric%20Dollard%20-%20New%20and%20Remade.pdf
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[2] https://www.scribd.com/document/483220317/vector-tensor-calculus-Daniel-Mirand-pdf
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