Authors: Stephen J. Crothers
Digital electronic systems involve voltage pulses along USB cables. These pulses are more often than not, not periodic, and behave in a fashion that does not appear to accord with Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism. Digital electronics, with its nanosecond switching, did not exist in Maxwell's time, so related phenomena were not available to Maxwell and his contemporaries. Electrical engineer Ivor Catt is a pioneer in the development of digital electronic hardware. His work over several decades in industry has revealed issues with classical electromagnetic theory. Theoretical physicists are yet to acknowledge their theoretical shortcomings. Professor Gian-Luca Oppo, a theoretical physicist at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland, represented classical electromagnetic theory in contrast to the evidence and arguments presented by Mr. Catt from real world digital hardware engineering. Catt's findings are however quite compelling.
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