Upon studying the matter, it would appear to me that this condition of a circuit is adding another energy source based, not on a location in space, but on the elasticity of time. This elasticity is derived from the sum of two displacement values: a forward displacement of current leading voltage and a backwards displacement of current lagging voltage yielding a net displacement of zero.

So, my supporting questions are...

How is time conserved, here?

Or, in the alternative: can time be conserved at all?

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