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    A Note on the Law of Electrodynamics
    Posted on Thursday, December 15, 2005 @ 22:05:38 GMT by vlad

    Science "A Note on the Law of Electrodynamics" by Paulo and Alexandra Correa, brings into focus the insufficiency of Ampère's Law of Electrodynamics and the superiority of Aspden's proposed law (see the companion feature: Harold Aspden's recent note "A Problem in Plasma Science"), when it comes to addressing the manifestations of anomalous cathode reaction forces in open circuits and in circuits closed by charge flows associated with charge-carriers of different mass.

    It also presents a fundamental aetherometric correction to the basic errors in electrodynamics that have prevented the latter from reaching a consistent and predictive understanding of charge interactions.

    Source: http://www.aetherometry.com/publications/direct/Note_on_Electrodynamics.pdf



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    Re: A Note on the Law of Electrodynamics (Score: 1)
    by Koen on Monday, January 22, 2007 @ 01:30:20 GMT
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    On page four Paulo quotes Aspden who describes that Maxwell considered an extra term (v.r)v' .  Aspden did not describe which force law this term should be added, but it is probably the Grassmann force law of current elements that can be derived directly from Maxwell's field theory.

    Now, Aspden describes "Maxwell's considerations" about the sign (or even extra factor) of this extra term  (v.r)v':    "Maxwell realized that this term could have any factor, positive or negative, large or small, (etc....)."
    Aspden then adds a factor  m/m'  where m and m' are the masses of negatively an positively charged particles.

    This is NOT correct.  Newton's third law requires that the factor and sign is +1,  and is not at all arbitrary.  This has been pointed out already by the great Stefan Marinov. Stefan realised that the Grassmann force law does NOT satisfy Newton's third law ( F,action =  -F,reaction), and was able to fix this by adding the extra term  +1(v.r)v'  that accounts for longitudinal forces.

    Recently, the mysterious "St. Alban" has send me a derivation of the Grassmann law + extra term +1(v.r)v'   (which he called 'Tait law')  in quaternion notation. I checked his derivations and these are correct.
    Next I realised that my generalised Maxwell theory with extra scalar field S can be used to derive the 'Tait force law'  that also allows for longitudinal forces between current elements.

    Conclusion: Correa adopted Aspden's incorrect force law (that has the incorrect factor  m/m'), and Graneau adopted Ampere's force law in order to explain the longitudinal "Ampere" forces.  But the correct law should be the Grassmann law + extra term  +1(v.r)v'  as already pointed out by Stefan Marinov. I already found the field theory that can be used to derive Stefan Marinov's force law as a special case, that also satisfies Newton's third law.

    For closed circuits Ampere's force law and Marinov's force law predict the same results, but for open circuits that show longitudinal forces these laws predict different results.

    Ampere's force law can be derived from Weber's potential as a special case of Weber's force law, but this theoretical background simply does not predict electromagnetic waves.
    My theory does also predict electromagnetic wave (as generalisation of the Maxwell theory), and also the longitudinal forces and longitudinal electric field waves (etc..) as already found in experiments.

    Thusfar Correa did not refered to my theory, and forgets all about Newton's third law. I don't feel much for emailing Correa directly, because of his angry attitude (faul language and name calling)  which he showed in an email addressed to me. Again, his mistake.



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