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Experimental Confirmation of Weber Electrodynamics Against Maxwell Electrodynamics

Authors: Steffen Kühn

This article examines by means of an easily reproducible experiment whether Maxwell electrodynamics or the almost forgotten Weber electrodynamics of Carl Friedrich Gauss and Wilhelm Weber is correct. For this purpose, it is shown that when charging a capacitor with two very flat and horizontally aligned plates a force on a permanent magnet should arise between the plates which differs in both theories diametrically in its direction. Subsequently, the measurement setup is described and, based on the measurement results, it is determined that Maxwell electrodynamics contradicts the experiment. The result of the experiment suggests that all aspects of modern physics should be subjected to a careful and critical review.

Comments: 18 Pages. better figures

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[v1] 2019-04-22 11:53:43
[v2] 2019-04-25 10:04:42

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