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Trouble with Maxwell’s Electromagnetic Theory: Can Fields Induce Other Fields in Vacuum?

Authors: Ionel DINU

The purpose of this article is to point out that Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory, believed by the majority of scientists a fundamental theory of physics, is in fact built on an unsupported assumption and on a faulty method of theoretical investigation. The result is that the whole theory cannot be considered reliable, nor its conclusions accurate descriptions of reality. In this work it is called into question whether radio waves (and light) travelling in vacuum, are indeed composed of mutually inducing electric and magnetic fields.

Comments: 30 Pages. The idea that a time-varying magnetic field may create a gradient was emphasized through writing the total time derivative of the magnetic field in terms of the Jacobian matrix.

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[v1] 2012-06-24 15:09:08
[v2] 2012-06-27 10:17:58
[v3] 2012-07-02 11:12:36
[v4] 2012-07-11 10:39:54
[v5] 2012-07-27 12:47:40
[v6] 2012-10-07 12:16:57
[v7] 2012-10-22 06:23:02
[v8] 2012-11-15 09:03:48

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