Electromagnetics/Electrodynamics and Other References

 

a couple of historical notes-

Kirchhoff, “On the motion of electricity in wires”, (1857), Philosophical Magazine, Volume 13, pp. 393–412, Kirchhoff develops the theory of propagation of an electrical disturbance along a thin wire, taking into account the self-inductance of the wire. Wilhelm Weber had independently performed a similar investigation shortly before Kirchhoff, but Weber’s work was delayed in publication. The remarkable implication of their analyses was that in a circuit of negligible resistivity, oscillating currents could be propagated along the wire with a constant velocity numerically equal to the velocity of light. Moreover, this velocity would be independent of the nature of the conductors, of the cross section of the wire, and of the density of free electricity. This result is even more important if we remember that it came before Maxwell’s equations in their complete form (1860–1864).*
http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/Pre2001/V00NO19PDF/NR19GRA.PDF

   *EMH never put together what we call Maxwell's equations "in their complete form", Oliver Heaviside did. Sir Edmund T. Whittaker explains:
"I well remember, in 1893, buying myself a second-hand copy of Maxwell, which had been the property of a College lecturer on mathematical physics. When I came to the famous chapter on General Equations of the Electromagnetic field, I found scribbled in his handwriting "from here on this book is absolutely unreadable." The great service which Heaviside now rendered to science was to clear away this accumulation of rubbish and base the theory on what he called the "duplex" equations...which modern writers generally call "Maxwell's equations"-- though they are not found in Maxwell's *Treatise* and the modern writers have in fact copied them from Heaviside." -ETW, eulogy for Heaviside


Catt Anomaly (Catt Question)- http://www.ivorcatt.com/28anom.htm

 

ALL REFERENCES

 

Start of Guide To Ivor Catt’s Work

 

"The Spheres of Revelation and Science. What Are Their Limitations In Relation to Each Other"
http://www.asa3.org/ASA/PSCF/1953/JASA6-53Clark.html

"Today, as in time past, we find that certain scientific ideas are regarded as dangerous by the politicians, so that there is once again a determined effort to reimpose secrecy. What the outcome of the present struggle will be we do not yet know, but many leading men of science are reaching the conclusion that the welfare of science is once again at stake.

 


            Theory H (Heaviside energy current)
Heaviside Signal is a slab of energy current-  http://www.ivorcatt.com/2604.htm

Conquest of Truth, the Aether, Any [prescriptive] physical law which contains a derivative (d/dt or d/dx) is wrong… http://www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk/Conquest%20of%20Truth.htm

            The Experimental Falsification of the Photon- www.unquantum.com

            (The void of) Maxwell’s Equations Revisited http://www.ivorcatt.org/icrwiworld80mar1.htm
http://www.ivorcatt.com/41.htm (also links to how an airplane actually stays up)
Catt’s Equations of motion for a tapering wooden plank (are the same as Maxwell’s)
http://www.ivorcatt.com/2804.htm and: “We all adhere to the underlying relativistic primitive, ‘no instantaneous action at a distance’. While electric charge could be argued to be located at only one point in space-time, this is not true of an electric current, some of which is located at the same time at points which in the language of Minkowski are ‘elsewhere’ to itself.”, and Zo, which extends beyond Einstein.

   Catt, Walton, and Davidson, "Displacement Current...", (1978), at-
http://www.ivorcatt.org/icrwiworld78dec1.htm
   “Without [displacement current] the greatest part of the remainder of this [848 page] book would have to be omitted…When combined with the Lorentz force equation and Newton’s second law [F = ma] of motion, [Maxwell’s] equations provide a complete description of the classical dynamics of interacting charged particles and electromagnetic fields…” p 218 in-
 
E, B acausality- http://www.ivorcatt.com/2613.htm

TEM wave vs conductor current- http://www.ivorcatt.com/1_1.htm

High permittivity of copper- http://www.ivorcatt.com/2_4.htm

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Boast, Warren B., Vector Fields, (1964), Harper & Row, LoC # 64-10113

Brown, G. Burniston, (1967), “What is wrong with relativity?”

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/academ/whatswrongwithrelativity.html

 

 

Cahill, Reginald T., (   ), Gravity as Quantum Foam In-Flow

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V11NO1PDF/V11N1CA1.PDF

 

Cahill, Reginald T., (   ), “Absolute Motion and Gravitational Eects”, at

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V11NO1PDF/V11N1CA2.pdf

Here an analysis of [data] from seven experiments demonstrates that absolute motion relative to space has been observed by Michelson and Morley (1887), Miller (1925/26), Illingworth (1927), Joos (1930), Jaseja et al (1963), Torr and Kolen (1981),and by DeWitte (1991).

 

Cahill, Reginald T. and Kirsty Kitto, (2003), “Michelson-Morley Experiments Revisited and the Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame”, at-

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V10NO2PDF/V10N2CAH.PDF

 

 

Cantrell, William H., “A Dissident View of Relativity Theory”

http://www.infinite-energy.com/iemagazine/issue59/adissidentview.html

“…Einstein borrows from the mathematics of Lorentz and Poincaré, and this allows him to modify length and time measurement to force the speed of light to be constant for all observers.”

 

Catt, Ivor, “Crosstalk (Noise) in Digital Systems” , IEEE Trans. Elect. Comp. Dec 1967, pp749-758.

 

THE MOST IMPORTANT ELECTRODYNAMICS PAPER OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY-

Catt, I., Davidson, M. F., Walton, D. S., (Dec, 1978), “Displacement current –and how to get rid of it”, Wireless World, at http://www.ivorcatt.org/icrwiworld78dec2.htm

 

Catt, Ivor, The Catt Anomaly (2nd ed,), (2001), Westfields Press, ISBN 0 906340 15 2, at www.ivorcatt.com

 

Catt, Ivor, Electromagnetics I (2nd ed.), (2001), Westfields Press, ISBN 0 906340 10 1, at  http://www.ivorcatt.com/em.htm 

 

Carpenter, C. John, (1988), “Digital-pulse approach to electromagnetism”, IEE Proceedings, Vol. 135,Pt A, No. 7, p 477-486

 

Carpenter, C. John, (1989), “Electromagnetic energy and power in terms of charges and potentials instead of fields”, IEE Proceedings, Vol. 136, Pt A, No. 2, p 55-65

 

Carpenter, C. John, (1989), “Comparison of the practical advantages of alternative descriptions of electromagnetic momentum”, IEE Proceedings, Vol. 136,Pt A, No. 3, p 101-113

 

Carpenter, C. John, (1991), “Electromagnetic energy changes due to charges moving through constant, or zero, magnetic field”, IEE Proceedings, Vol. 138,Pt A, No. 1, p 55-70

 

Carpenter, C. John, (1992), “Electromagnetic theory without energy flux”, IEE Proceedings, Vol. 139, Pt A, No. 4, p 189-209

Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude, et al, Quantum Mechanics, (1977), Vol. 1,2, ISBN 2-7056-5833-5


   The TEM wave sort of shows up finally on page 623 of-

Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude, et al, Atom-Photon Interactions, Basic Processes and Applications, (1998), Wiley, ISBN 0-471-29336-9

   Some interesting insights, and some objectionable material at-

Cook, Nigel,  - http://feynman137.tripod.com/

 

Albert Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity

Einstein, A., (1905), “On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies”, at-

http://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/einstein/specrel/www/

 

   Elmore, William C. and Mark A. Heald, Physics of Waves, (1985), Dover, ISBN 0-486-64926-1

 

Feynman, Richard Phillips, The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Vol I-III, (Commemorative Issue), (1989, 1964), Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., ISBN 0-201-5104-9 (Vol. II)

 

Fromhold Jr., Albert Thomas, Quantum Mechanics for Applied Physics and Engineering, (1981), Dover, ISBN 0-486-66741-3

 

Griffiths, David J., (1989), Introduction to Electrodynamics (2nd ed), Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-481367-7

 

    Heaviside, Oliver, Electromagnetic Theory (3rd Ed), (1971), Vol. 1-3, Chelsea Publishing Co., ISBN 0-8218-3563-7

   Hurley, Patrick J., A Concise Introduction to Logic, 3rd Ed, (1988), Wadsworth Publishing, Co., ISBN 0-534-08928-3

 

Jackson, John D., (1975), Classical Electrodynamics (2nd ed), Wiley, ISBN 0-471-43132-X

 

Josephson, Brian. D., “Potential differences in the mixed state of type II Superconductors”, (1965), Physics Letters, vol. 16, Issue 3, pp.242-243

Maxwell, James C., A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, (1873),

 

   Slater, John C. and Nathaniel H. Frank, Electromagnetism, (1947), McGraw-Hill Book Co.

 

   Tipler, Paul A., Modern Physics, (1969, 1978), Worth Publishers, Inc, ISBN 0-87901-088-6

 

Where is the flaw in Prof Niknejad's (of Berkeley) claim- "Thus TEM waves cannot travel in such waveguides!"? This is essentially the same argument as in J. D. Jackson's (of Berkeley) Classical Electrodynamics, though less mathematical.
http://66.102.7.104/search?q=cache:TbiGitV8yP4J:www-inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~ee117/sp04/lect/lecture25.pdf+TEM+wave&hl=en
or
http://www-inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~ee117/sp04/lect/lecture25.pdf

 

Wallace, Bryan. G., 1994,“The Farce of Physics”, at

http://surf.de.uu.net/bookland/sci/farce/farce_toc.html#SEC3

 

 

 

PRINTED BOOKS

 

 

   Boast, Warren B., Vector Fields, (1964), Harper & Row, LoC # 64-10113

   Catt, Ivor, The Catt Anomaly (2nd ed,), (2001), Westfields Press, ISBN 0 906340 15 2, at www.ivorcatt.com

 

   Catt, Ivor, Electromagnetics I (2nd ed.), (2001), Westfields Press, ISBN 0 906340 10 1, at  http://www.ivorcatt.com/em.htm 

 

   Catt, Ivor, Death of Electric Curent, (2001), Westfields Press, ISBN 0 906340 10 1, at  http://www.ivorcatt.com/em.htm 

 

   Catt, Ivor, Computer Worship,  (2001), Westfields Press, ISBN 0 906340 10 1, at  http://www.ivorcatt.com/em.htm 

 

   Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude, et al, Quantum Mechanics, (1977), Vol. 1,2, ISBN 2-7056-5833-5


   Cohen-Tannoudji, Claude, et al, Atom-Photon Interactions, Basic Processes and Applications, (1998), Wiley, ISBN 0-471-29336-9

   Elmore, William C. and Mark A. Heald, Physics of Waves, (1985), Dover, ISBN 0-486-64926-1

 

   Feynman, Richard Phillips, The Feynman Lectures on Physics, Vol I-III, (Commemorative Issue), (1989, 1964), Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., ISBN 0-201-5104-9 (Vol. II)

 

   Fromhold Jr., Albert Thomas, Quantum Mechanics for Applied Physics and Engineering, (1981), Dover, ISBN 0-486-66741-3

 

   Griffiths, David J., (1989), Introduction to Electrodynamics (2nd ed), Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-481367-7

 

   Heaviside, Oliver, Electrical Papers, (1971) Chelsea, AMS, 2 volumes

 

    Heaviside, Oliver, Electromagnetic Theory (3rd Ed), (1971), Vol. 1-3, Chelsea Publishing Co., ISBN 0-8218-3563-7

   Hurley, Patrick J., A Concise Introduction to Logic, 3rd Ed, (1988), Wadsworth Publishing, Co., ISBN 0-534-08928-3

 

   Jackson, John D., (1975), Classical Electrodynamics (2nd ed), Wiley, ISBN 0-471-43132-X

 

   Maxwell, James C., A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, (1873), VOL 1 AND 2

 

   Slater, John C. and Nathaniel H. Frank, Electromagnetism, (1947), McGraw-Hill Book Co.

 

   Tipler, Paul A., Modern Physics, (1969, 1978), Worth Publishers, Inc, ISBN 0-87901-088-6

 

   Whittaker, Edmund. T., History of the Theories of Aether and Electricity, 1953, 

 

WEBSITES

 

 

Bryan G. Wallace, Radar Testing of the Relative Velocity of Light in Space, Spectroscopic Letters 2, 361 (1969)

"The 1961 interplanetary radar contact with Venus presented the first opportunity to overcome technological limitations and perform direct experiments of Einstein's second postulate of a constant light speed of c in space. When the radar calculations were based on the postulate, the observed-computed residuals ranged to over 3 milliseconds of the expected error of 10 microseconds from the best [relativistic] fit the Lincoln Lab could generate, a variation range of over 30,000%. An analysis of the data showed a component that was relativistic in a c+v Galilean sense. "

 

Wallace, Bryan. G., 1994,“The Farce of Physics”, at

http://surf.de.uu.net/bookland/sci/farce/farce_toc.html#SEC3

 

“Establishment science has thus gotten into the habit of ignoring, burying or suppressing what has now become astonishing amounts of anomalous evidence. Some of this evidence challenges the very foundations of the accepted scientific worldview, and none of it is taught in universities or covered by textbooks.”

http://www.suppressedscience.net/

 

Essays on: Physics in the Twenty-first Century, by Bibhas De

“This is no Golden Age of Physics. If you must name this age, it is the Age of Fakery - it is in fact an all-time low…In the end, however, the message here is a positive and a constructive one. It says that for further progress, physics must return to reexamining its roots: The foundation is the frontier.

http://www.geocities.com/bibhasde/physicsessays.html

 

Journal ‘APEIRON studies in infinite nature’

http://www.redshift.vif.com/journal_archives.htm

 

Absolute Motion and Gravitational Eects, Reginald T.Cahill

Here an analysis of [data] from seven experiments demonstrates that absolute motion relative to space has been observed by Michelson and Morley (1887), Miller (1925/26), Illingworth (1927), Joos (1930), Jaseja et al (1963), Torr and Kolen (1981),and by DeWitte (1991).

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V11NO1PDF/V11N1CA2.pdf

 

Reginald T. Cahill and Kirsty Kitto, Michelson-Morley Experiments Revisited and the Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame, 2003, at-

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V10NO2PDF/V10N2CAH.PDF

 

‘Albert Einstein’s’ Special Theory of Relativity

Einstein, A., 1905, On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies, at

http://www.fourmilab.ch/etexts/einstein/specrel/www/

 

G. BURNISTON BROWN, 1967, “What is wrong with relativity?”

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/academ/whatswrongwithrelativity.html

 

Cantrell, William H., “A Dissident View of Relativity Theory”

http://www.infinite-energy.com/iemagazine/issue59/adissidentview.html

“…Einstein borrows from the mathematics of Lorentz and Poincaré, and this allows him to modify length and time measurement to force the speed of light to be constant for all observers.”

 

Remarks on the Correspondence of the Relativity and Causality Principles

A.L. Kholmetskii, 2001, at-

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V08N1/V08N1KHO.PDF

A contradiction between the causality principle and relativity theory has been

revealed.

 

 “An Open Letter to the Scientific Community” (Published in New Scientist, May 22, 2004) “The big bang today relies on a growing number of hypothetical entities, things that we have never observed-- inflation, dark matter and dark energy are the most prominent examples.”

http://www.cosmologystatement.org/

 

The Top 30 Problems With the Big Bang

http://redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V09NO2PDF/V09N2tvf.PDF

 

http://haltonarp.com/ Halton Arp has been called a latter day Galileo. He even had his telescope taken away He wasn’t seeing the proper images though it.