|Subject: RE: new paper on a
scalar field in electrodynamics
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2001 01:50:54 -0500
Prof. Van *********** and Dr. ******,
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Cohen, Q&A at the Conference on Terrorism, Weapons of Mass
Destruction, and U.S. Strategy, University of Georgia, Athens, Apr.
assure you the Secretary knew what he was talking about.
I have personally published photographs of the actual testing
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There has been no normal weather over North America since July
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the O(3) electrodynamics being advanced by the AIAS, e.g.,
mathematical simulation for the extensive numerical
"crunching" is now absolutely essential, and the AIAS is
struggling now to get started down that road, in both O(3) and the
Sachs unified field theory (which is partially fitted).
AIAS work has also strongly surfaced the flow of EM energy along the
time axis, as has my proposed more conceptual solution to the problem
of the source charge (i.e., the problem of the association of the
fields and potentials and their energy, associated with a "source
charge" which continuously pours out EM energy in 3-space with no
3-space input). The
solution is strongly supported by Mandl and Sachs, Quantum Field
Theory, 1984, Chap. 5 and fits Whittaker's 1903 decomposition of
the scalar potential if his fundamental "phase conjugate
longitudinal EM wavepair" is more correctly reinterpreted.
attach a listing of some of the O(3) published reports by AIAS, which
may be of interest to you and perhaps relevant to what you are doing.
Also one should call attention to the important work of
Barrett, Sachs, and
others, that is relevant to this effort as well, and so I have
referenced some of those publications also.
please let me encourage you most heartily to continue.
It is a pleasure to see this effort being made.
I deeply wish you every success in your efforts.
List of Publications (by M.W. Evans et al., unless otherwise stated)
General Theory of Non-Abelian Electrodynamics," Foundations of
Physics Letters, 12(3), June 1999, p. 251-265.
of the Lehnert Field Equations from Gauge Theory in Vacuum: Space
Charge and Current", Found. Phys. Lett., 13(2), Apr. 2000, p.
in Higher Symmetry Forms of Electrodynamics and Physical Optics,"
Physica Scripta, 61(1), Jan. 2000, p. 79-82.
in the U(1) Theory of Electrodynamics: Stress Energy Momentum
Tensor," Found. Phys. Lett., 12(2), Apr. 1999, p. 187-192.
of the U(1) Theory of Electrodynamics: Michelson Interferometry,"
Found. Phys. Lett., 12(6), Dec. 1999, p. 579-584.
and Evans, Found. Phys. Lett., Vol.12, 1999, p. 373; Vol. 12, 1999, p.
of the Yang-Mills Theory of Classical Electrodynamics," Optik,
111(2), 2000, p. 53-56.
Field Theory Applied to Electrodynamics: Development of the Field
Equations," J. New Energy, 4(3), Winter 1999, p. 117-129.
NOTE: This issue contains some 60 papers by the AIAS, in one
see the several papers dealing with Whittaker's decomposition and its
the Representation of the Maxwell-Heaviside Equations in Terms of the
Barut Field Four-Vector," Optik, 111(6), 2000, p. 246-248.
Electrodynamics Without the Lorentz Condition: Extracting Energy from
the Vacuum," Physica Scripta, 61(5), May 2000, p. 513-517.
Solutions of the Lehnert Equations: The Possibility of Extracting
Energy from the Vacuum," Optik, 111(9), 2000, p. 407-409.
B. Crowell et al., Found. Phys. Lett., 13(2), Apr. 2000, p. 193-196.
Effect of Vacuum Energy on the Atomic Spectra," Found. Phys. Lett.,
13(3), June 2000, p. 289-296.
B. Crowell, "Generalized Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle for
Quantum Fields in Curved Spacetime," Found. Phys. Lett., 12(6),
Dec. 1999,p. 585-591.
Derivation of the Gauge Invariant Proca and Lehnert Equations:
Elimination of the Lorenz Condition," Found. Phys., 30(7), 2000,
of the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator with O(3)
Electrodynamics," Found. Phys. Lett., 14(1), Feb. 2001, p. 87-94.
of the Motionless Electromagnetic Generator by Sachs's Theory of
Electrodynamics," Found. Phys. Lett 14(4), Aug. 2001, p. 387-393.
Effects in the Sachs Theory of Electrodynamics," Found. Phys.
Lett. (in press).
of the Sachs Theory of Electrodynamics," Found. Phys. Lett. (in
of the B(3) Field and Concomitant Vacuum Energy Density from the Sachs
Theory of Electrodynamics," Found. Phys. Lett. (in press).
Evans, ed., Modern Nonlinear Optics, Second Edition, 3 vols., Wiley,
2001 (in press). This
publication is highly recommended, as it has a great many papers in
higher symmetry electrodynamics, by numerous established
electrodynamicists and scientists.
W. Barrett, and
D. M Grimes. [Eds.] Advanced
Electromagnetism: Foundations, Theory, & Applications.
World Scientific, 1995.
W. Evans and L. B. Crowell, Classical and Quantum Electrodynamics and
the B(3) Field, World Scientific, 2001.
Mendel, "Symmetry in Electrodynamics: from Special to General
Relativity; Macro to Quantum Domains" in Modern Nonlinear
Physics, Second Edition, M. W. Evans (ed.), Wiley, 2002 (in
Mendel, General Relativity and Matter: A Spinor Field Theory
from Fermis to Light-Years (Fundamental Theories of Physics),
Reidel (now Kluwer), 1982.
Provides a great generalization of general relativity and
electrodynamics reaching from the quarks and gluons to the entire
Mendel, Quantum Mechanics from General Relativity: An
Approximation for a Theory of Inertia, Reidel (now Kluwer), 1986.
Mendel, The Field Concept in Contemporary Science, Charles C.
Thomas Publishers, 1973. A
lucid, non-mathematical account of the role of the continuous field
concept in three major areas of twentieth century science: the theory
of electromagnetism, the theory of relativity, and the contemporary
theory that underlies phenomena in the microscopic domain of atoms,
molecules, and elementary particles -- the quantum theory.
Electromagnetic theory has been interpreted in terms of a
continuous field of potential force that electrically charged matter
could exert on other charged matter, should the test matter be placed
at any of a continuum of spatial points.
The formal expression of the theory of relativity has been
interpreted in terms of a continuous field geometry—the continuous
set of relations between the points of spacetime, as determined by the
matter distribution of a physically closed system.
The variables of the quantum theory have been interpreted in
terms of a field of probability—the continuous distribution of a
sequence of chances that a macroscopic apparatus will determine that
the microscopic object will have one set of physical properties or
another. Each of these
field theories is analyzed from the point of view of its philosophical
content, and the contrasting views in terms of the atomistic theories
are presented. Discussion
is given to the logically dichotomous and compatible aspects of these
theories as well as indications of possible paths toward their
unification into a general field theory of matter.
The draft paper and its review have been omitted as it is work in progress.