We are all taught that a copper wire acts as a conduit for electric current. That current then flows in the wire just like water of a river, bordered and guided by the river banks.
Both Nikola Tesla and Walter Russell describe the perceived electric current runs AROUND the wire and not IN the wire.
If the main stream scientific view is correct, then how does this typical technique of joining wires manage to achieve a current flow IN the wire ?
A continuous flow makes no sense yet the effect is transferred from one wire to another !
Can WRC explain this ?