Torsion fields are currently perceived as science fiction. It is shown here that such a perception is incorrect since the existence of torsion fields around terrestrial objects is determined by the laws of classical electrodynamics. In addition, it is shown here that there are both natural and artificial phenomena that can be considered as evidence of the reality of torsion fields.

The term “torsion fields” seems to be completely discredited now. This discredit is completely unjustified since the existence of literally “torsion fields” around earthly objects is determined by the laws of classical electrodynamics. Moreover, the existence of torsion fields demonstrates a number of well-known phenomena, both natural and artificial.

In the beginning, it is worth remembering Kyon’s rule, which describes the distribution of electrical charges between two phases that differ in dielectric permeability: when two phases come into contact, the phase with a higher dielectric permeability acquires a positive electric charge, and the phase with a lower dielectric permeability acquires a negative electric charge [

Taking into account, at the same time, the existence of the geomagnetic field (

c–speed of light in air,

E–electric field vector,

B–geomagnetic field vector [

Apparently, the characteristics of these Poynting vectors are quite obvious. So, assuming that the geomagnetic field does not change near the sphere shown in ^{2} (where r is the distance from the centre of a given sphere to some point in its surroundings). Also, it can be concluded that the absolute values of these Poynting vectors in the vertical direction decrease like a cosine wave and are equal to 0 on a vertical line passing through the center of the same sphere. At the same time, within the framework of the stated topic, special attention is deserved by the fact that all these Poynting vectors are oriented along a circle when viewed from above (

It is also important that all these Poynting vectors are oriented counterclockwise (

In continuation, it is worth noting that all the charges that rotate under the influence of all these Poynting vectors (

q–rotating charge,

c–speed of light in air,

v–the velocity vector of the rotating charge,

B–geomagnetic field vector [

Equally important is that all these Lorentz forces are directed towards the center of the sphere in question (

Therefore, the charges closest to this very sphere are simultaneously acted upon by the oppositely directed electrostatic force q

It is quite obvious that with such balancing these same charges find themselves in a state of dynamic equilibrium.

It is, apparently, no less obvious that a complete description of this equilibrium is quite complex. In particular, the complexity of such a description is determined by the fact that these same charges, moving in a circle, create magnetic fields directed opposite to the geomagnetic field inside this circle, and magnetic fields directed along the geomagnetic field outside the same circle [

To complete the picture, it is also worth discussing torsion fields created by terrestrial objects that have a negative charge (

Since all the above considerations are based exclusively on the purely experimental Kyon’s rule [

At the same time, taking into account the above considerations, it becomes clear why the Sargasso Sea, also located in the northern hemisphere, but accumulating negatively charged water [

It also seems worthwhile to recall here the existence of phenomena that make it possible to confirm all the above considerations in laboratory conditions. Thus, it was previously established that negatively charged water flowing down from a narrow slit rotates clockwise (

Apparently, it is clear that the difference in the direction of rotation of oppositely charged waters (

Because this is relevant, it is also useful to extrapolate the above considerations to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (

So, this extrapolation itself suggests that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch was created by the same Poynting vectors (4) and Lorentz forces (5) that created the Sargasso Sea (

Since this is where it seems appropriate, this diffusion of negatively charged polyethylene to the center of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch can also be identified with the Onsager’s electric current associated with mass transfer [

One way or another, it seems that all these phenomena (

Before drawing any conclusions, it is worth recalling once again that all of the above is based solely on Kyon’s rule [

One can also hope that these same considerations can find the same understanding among supporters of the curvature of space [