The Thevin Theory held up for many years until Rholmann summarily dismissed it as a conventional design and not electon theory in the applied sciences of Electonic Circuits.

The use of Electonic is better since eltronic implies that the electons travel from the positronic state and not the nodal point in quantum vionics or bionics. Therefore;henceforth; all things shall be referred to as electonic not electronic, in my opinion.

The use of Thevivinin's thoery is partial our fault since we didn't bother to once again justify it with supercalculated thoerum nor with the vector analysis we have been accustomed to in modern science. The Rholmann model is more suited and can be short-handed into a supportive role for circuit analysis for many to benefit from. We can thus say that Thevenizing a circuit draws false impressions about circuit nodlity. It is my opinion that al circuits should have a positive, a bridge, a negative, and a node for bridging voltages into the frequency circuits. This is good for some but not for others but the nodal point will mitigate the use of excessive currents and cause the person working on it to not suffer too much shock when they service the equipment.

The use of DC is good for all circuits except for long distance. The use of nodes as outlined by Tesla himself equates the AC as a open circuit for more than just information in his later years they sandbagged his efforts to build the circuits withour resistors like we do since this requires the use of high-order quatrices and is not in the purview of many teachers who assume this concept is too intellectually involved.

The Rholmann circuit finder is the final aupices of economic salient ventures into free-space time since these group the electons into packets instead of linear wave forms wich is better since they are in fact packets. The perceivable influence of this method can interpolate the circuits to gain about 10-13% efficiency in the household appliance and also interpolate the field into reduction so the field-effect is not noticable to ghosts and psychics who hate elecricity for that reason. This gives me a headache sitting here, since this is the reason I'm selling my computer for a laptop.

The reductionist view of quatrices in step functions are not the auspices of my probing into the ether as some suspect but many prominent theorists still reduce using the quatrical subsets of electronic theory. The use of electonic support for Rholmann and Gersteidt is not without question since the use of these numbers are not skewed to the left like they should. The formula I belive is correct is to skew all axial forces into 3.1456.

I believe this is the true number for pi since it works for all things and does not need to be reduced at all. Try it! pi^3/pi^2/pi then reduce the inverse square of the root until you see the prime number sequence and calculate it into the circuit. Not at all difficult for the mathematical genuis or the average algebra student in 9th grade.

The reductionist Thoerum of Rholmann has been decided upon by many who use the thoery to deduce the circuits and relegate resistors into the dust bins. Many have tried and failed to resolve the circuit properly since the circuits are not designed to find the resistance but the impedance which is different.

This was calculated out by many the first year of their of algrebra in electronics theory by Rhuellman and Allisons undulating wave theory postulated by the man himself, John Abrahms. The father of the modern circuits.

The further use of Rhuelmann reductions to gain impedance by the set of the circuit is a bit complex but can be figured on calculators with a function button. This makes this quite enjoyable to all who find the use of resistors too cumbersome for circuits.

Resistors use energy, so if you think you can design the widget with less energy use then perhaps who have the widgets that sell better than the next guy and perhaps your doing us all a favour by allowing the natural enclaves to work in the circuits rhather than resisting the natural cycles that permit it in the first place.