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    Maxwell theory

    Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light is based on Faraday induction experiment that is not optical. Planck uses the blackbody radiation effect that emits the radio induction effect and light to structurally unify induction with light but the blackbody light emission is not an induction effect since electrons are released from the blackbody surface when light is emitted. Lenard's photoelectric effect proves light is composed of particles which contradicts the lateral continuity of Maxwell's EM induction field. In addition, the wave effects and velocity of the radio induction effect does not justify Maxwell's theory since induction is not optical. Furthermore, the derivation of Maxwell's EM wave equations of light using the expansion and divergent methods are patently incorrect*.




    *In the gradient (horizontal) method, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electro..._wave_equation , a vector identity, that produces a second order gradient, results in the derivation of the EM horizontal wave equations of light that contradicts Maxwell's transverse wave structure of light that is used to represent polarization.


    In the expansion method (Jenkins, Francis and White, Harvy. Fundamentals of Optics. 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill. 1957. p. 410), an EM transverse wave equations of light are derived. After Maxwell's equations are expanded, 16 of the first order differential components are eliminated to produce,


    dEy/dx = - (1/c)(dBz/dt] ........... - dBy/dx = (1/c)(dEz/dt)..............Equ 1a,b


    that are used to derive


    (d"E/d"x) = c(d"E/d"t).............................................. .........................Equ 2


    Equation 2 is used in the derivation of the x-direction EM transverse wave equations of light.


    Ex = Eo cos(kx - wt)j..............Bz = Bo cos(kx -wt)k...........................Equ 3a,b


    Using the electromagnetic transverse wave equations, in equations 1a forms,


    d/dx (Eo cos(kx - wt)j) = - (1/c) d/dt(Bo cos(kx - wt)k).......................Equ 4


    Using Bo = Eo, in equation 4 forms,


    j = k (unit vectors). .................................................. ......................Equ 5


    Equation 1b also produces equation 5 which I calls the unit vector of catastrophe. In addition, Condon also uses the expansion method to derive the EM transverse wave equations of light, using equation 2, but neglects the representation of equations 1a,b (Condon, Handbook of Physics. McGraw-Hill. 1958. 4-108). Furthermore, Hecht also uses the expansion method to derive the EM transverse wave equations of light, using equation 2, and neglects the representation of equations 1a,b (Hecht, Eugene. Optics. Addison-Wesley. 4th ed. p. 44). In general, physicists uses Condon-Hecht expansion method or the divergence method but physicists are intensionally concealing an extremely important and critcal fact, unit vector catastrophe, formed by equation 1a,b because the wave theory of light is the foundation of modern theoretical physics which is the reasoning for the intense group afford at concealment of the derivation of the derivation of the EM transverse wave equations of light. One of the agruements used is that Maxwell's equations are not vector equations and that equations 3a,b are not EM vector transverse waves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copernicus1234 View Post
    Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light is based on Faraday induction experiment that is not optical. Planck uses the blackbody radiation effect that emits the radio induction effect and light to structurally unify induction with light but the blackbody light emission is not an induction effect since electrons are released from the blackbody surface when light is emitted. Lenard's photoelectric effect proves light is composed of particles which contradicts the lateral continuity of Maxwell's EM induction field. In addition, the wave effects and velocity of the radio induction effect does not justify Maxwell's theory since induction is not optical. Furthermore, the derivation of Maxwell's EM wave equations of light using the expansion and divergent methods are patently incorrect*.




    *In the gradient (horizontal) method, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electro..._wave_equation , a vector identity, that produces a second order gradient, results in the derivation of the EM horizontal wave equations of light that contradicts Maxwell's transverse wave structure of light that is used to represent polarization.


    In the expansion method (Jenkins, Francis and White, Harvy. Fundamentals of Optics. 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill. 1957. p. 410), an EM transverse wave equations of light are derived. After Maxwell's equations are expanded, 16 of the first order differential components are eliminated to produce,


    dEy/dx = - (1/c)(dBz/dt] ........... - dBy/dx = (1/c)(dEz/dt)..............Equ 1a,b


    that are used to derive


    (d"E/d"x) = c(d"E/d"t).............................................. .........................Equ 2


    Equation 2 is used in the derivation of the x-direction EM transverse wave equations of light.


    Ex = Eo cos(kx - wt)j..............Bz = Bo cos(kx -wt)k...........................Equ 3a,b


    Using the electromagnetic transverse wave equations, in equations 1a forms,


    d/dx (Eo cos(kx - wt)j) = - (1/c) d/dt(Bo cos(kx - wt)k).......................Equ 4


    Using Bo = Eo, in equation 4 forms,


    j = k (unit vectors). .................................................. ......................Equ 5


    Equation 1b also produces equation 5 which I calls the unit vector of catastrophe. In addition, Condon also uses the expansion method to derive the EM transverse wave equations of light, using equation 2, but neglects the representation of equations 1a,b (Condon, Handbook of Physics. McGraw-Hill. 1958. 4-108). Furthermore, Hecht also uses the expansion method to derive the EM transverse wave equations of light, using equation 2, and neglects the representation of equations 1a,b (Hecht, Eugene. Optics. Addison-Wesley. 4th ed. p. 44). In general, physicists uses Condon-Hecht expansion method or the divergence method but physicists are intensionally concealing an extremely important and critcal fact, unit vector catastrophe, formed by equation 1a,b because the wave theory of light is the foundation of modern theoretical physics which is the reasoning for the intense group afford at concealment of the derivation of the derivation of the EM transverse wave equations of light. One of the agruements used is that Maxwell's equations are not vector equations and that equations 3a,b are not EM vector transverse waves.
    Hey Copernicus1234,

    Although i do'nt get into the mathematical dogma of the Electromagnetic Theory, here in this forum we are dealing with the gist of unifying the model of Transverse and Longitudinal Electromagnetism which is same as unifying or evolving with the concept of Simultaneous presence of both OPEN and CLOSED paths in an Electromagnetic Circuit.
    the dual property of the Light quanta is a testimony to this fact.
    Best Regards,
    Faraday88.

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    "Maxwell's electrodynamics proceeds in the same unusual way already analysed in studying his electrostatics. Under the influence of hypotheses which remain vague and undefined in his min, Maxwell sketches a theory which he never completes, he does not even bother to remove contradictions from it; then he stars changing this theory, he imposes on it essential modifications which he does not notify to his reader; the latter tries in vain to fix the fugitive and intangible thought of the author; just when he thinks he has got it, even the parts of the doctrine dealing with the best studied phenomena are seen to vanish. And yet this strange and disconcerting method led Maxwell to the electromagnetic theory of light!" (Duhem, 1902).





    Duhem, Pierre. Les theories electriques de J. C. Maxwell. Paris. 1902.











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