Classical Physics

   

Is there an Unknown Field Type?

Authors: Michael Singer

If we consider the kinetic energy of a charged particle and equate it to its induced magnetic energy we find that the two are equal when ¾ of the rest mass/energy of the particle is bound up in its electric field. This leads to the concept of inertia being electromagnetic. (in Electromagnetic Field Theory model there are many papers on the momentum of electric and magnetic fields and momentum is just inertia by another name, although in the Quantum Mechanics model the concept is deprecated). Which poses the question, what is the other ¼ made of? Next we can put this in juxtaposition with the fact that electromagnetic radiation does not appear to follow the rules of general wave mechanics as the energy pulses rather than flows continually as happens in every other wave type. If, however, we assume the existence of another undetectable field alternating with the electromagnetic field then electromagnetic radiation collapses to the standard form. So is there a field type that we cannot detect except by its interaction with the electromagnetic fields, present in both matter and in electromagnetic waves?

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