EM extended equations


Subject: Fwd: EM extended equations
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2007 01:54:49 EST

Thanks for this e mail – that was Bill Evans. I agree fundamentally with teh idea of longitudunal components of electromagnetic radiation, but could not comment on the details of your theory. There is certainly a longitudinal component of electromagnetic radiation – observable in the magnetization of matter by circularly polarized radiation (the inverse Faraday effect). In ECE theory this field originates in the spinning of spacetime as described by the spin connection. The same type of spinning of spacetime is responsible for the sructure and dynamics of spiral galaxies (paper 76 on _www.aias.us_ (http://www.aias.us) ). The theory is undlerlined by the differential geometry of Cartan, which allows the electromagnetic and gravitational fields to be described in a unified manner. Quantization occurs through the ECE wave equation, which is derived from the tetrad postulate. Then electron / positron collision is described by exchange of momentum.

British Civil List Scientist.

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