Let’s think a bit more about the Wakefield 4 experiment.
We have already observed how it can be that in some points of the same Tx like we experience different behaviour of essentially the same object.
The point near the shortened (ON state) switch has 0V potential, so basically the E component of the Poynting vector ExH is destroyed here, but we have a full H component all the time here.
In point B – in the middle of the Tx line, we have a full swing oscillation between +7V and -7V with equal intervals of time being in each of these two states. So here we don’t have H component active but only full E component swapping its positive state to negative and back.
In points A and C we have a mix of both E and H dominated intervals.
What sort of conclusions we may make out of this?
Well, one of such conclusions is that a Tx line, first charged and then short-circuited, is something that can appear in its different spatial sides, either like a swinging capacitor (only E field is visible), or inductor (only H field visible), or a bit of both – a time-division multiplexed cap-inductor.
My hypothesis is now, is electron a tiny Tx line that behaves like that two-faced Janus?
Why not?! The entire world, as I used to hypothesise in my “Energy current and computing” paper is discretised or granulated into Tx lines where we have substances (or lack of them) with characteristic epsilon and mu, and these “cocktails of epsilon and mu of particular values” form our matter, and behave in EM fields accordingly, turning to us with their points A, B, C etc … depending where we touch them with our instruments!