Relativity and Cosmology

   

Paradoxes Come from the Concept of Magnetism as a Relativistic Side Effect of Electrostatics

Authors: Yannan Yang

Mistakes are found in the theoretical derivation process, during which the magnetic force is explained to be the relativistic side effect of Coulomb force. As a result, some serious paradoxes will be inevitable if we accept the notion that Magnetism is a Relativistic side effect of Electrostatics.

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