Hi! I'm working on something that could potentially be pretty big, maybe even huge, but I am in need of some consultation and data to work out various details in effort to buildup the framework needed for my theories. Bear with me though... a lot of the questions I'm going to ask may not be anything that can be answered (yet) with absolute certainty so just toss me what you can and if you can't give a clear and definite answer just explain what you do know to the best of your ability. 1. These first series of questions are in relation to the nature of a solenoid. 1A. Can you build a working solenoid within a solenoid (example would be a rod solenoid with a hallow tube around it and additional conductive wire wrapped around that)? 1B. Assuming the answer was YES to 1A, would it broaden and intensify the magnetic field as you build additional layers upon the prime solenoid? 1C. Assuming the answer was YES to 1B, What effect would it have on the EMF if you gradually stepped up the current for every layer you add to the prime? 1D. Assuming the answer was YES to 1C, would there be any significant differences in the nature of the EMF generated by this solenoid configuration in comparison to the EMF of singular solenoid? 2. These questions will be in relation to the the forces exerted by the earth itself under the concept of there being no external forces interfering with the earth's own forces (sun, planets, galaxy). 2A. How far from the center of the earth would you have to be before something that has mass would no longer be subject to the effects of the earths EMF? 2B. How far from the center of the earth would you have to be in order to lose your orbit and as a result fly off? 2C. What would the earths electromagnetic field be measured as at the point in space where a satellite can no longer remain in stable orbit? 3. These questions will be in relation to the earths EMF in relation to the sun assuming there was no moon orbiting the earth. 3A. Are there any gauge-able differences in a pinched EMF (earth's EMF in relation to the Sun) on the pinched side versus the opposing side? 3B. Assuming the answer was YES to 3A, If you took a still-shot of the earth as it is orbiting the sun and measured, 10,000km from the center of the earth, the earths EMF at the point closest to the sun, and the earths EMF at the point furthest from the sun, what would be that measured difference? 4. These questions are in relation to the nature of light (photons) 4A. Excluding mass in itself and gravitational forces, are there any EM waveforms which exist which can affect light in any way? 4B. Assuming the answer to 4A was YES, which waveforms can do this and in what way do they affect light? That's all I have for now but I'll probably have more in the future as I continue my work and I go over whatever information you guys can provide me. Thanks!