Classical Physics


Twelve-Dimensions Theory in Electromagnetic Dynamics as a Hypothesis

Authors: Yoshiro Nohara

We propose a theory in electromagnetic dynamics, in which time and space are equivalent with each other and have totally twelve dimensions. Then, we solve that with realistic assumptions and find a steady state as a solution. The solution draws a circle in complex space having six dimensions as a closed string, which is an orbit passed by waves of two scalar fields having electric and magnetic characters, respectively. We also discuss a possibility of existing solutions of electromagnetic waves.

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[v1] 26 Aug 2011

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