Easy experiments carried out in the dawn of electromagnetism are still being a reason for scientific articles, because its functioning contradicts some laws and rules of electromagnetic theory. Although these experiments led Einstein to discover the relativistic electrodynamics and explained its working, the scientific community had not understood this. They see in these experiments a proof against relativity and prefer to look for the solution in the electromagnetics’ theory or accept that their are an exception. By means of a long and detailed experimental study with a new design in electromagnetic engines and improvements of these experiments that we call relativistic electrodynamics turbine, we managed to explain its working using relativistic electrodynamics. The revision of these experiments had taken us to discover the real law of induction, which does not have any exceptions. The explanation of the relativistic electrodynamics turbine led us to discard the Faraday induction law and argue that the true law of induction is a consequence of the conservation of the angular momentum of the charges as the conservation of the angular momentum of the mass. Thus Einstein’s idea to unify electromagnetism and mechanics is now clear and also opens the way for new research in science
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