I found Eq. (12), a new and useful antisymmetry equation. There appears to be a sign error in Doug’s derivation and this can be checked by computer algebra. The signs in the second and third terms of my Eq (10) are opposite to Doug’s. Everything else is the same. Doug’s idea is an elegant and important one. The complete set of antisymmetry equations is Eq. (12) to (16). The Lorenz condition (11) is used to find Eq. (12), and to derive the familiar Eqs. (17) and (18). So it has been shown that ECE2 electrodynamics in general rigorously conserves antisymmetry, Q. E. D.

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