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Foundations of Electro-Magnetism
Slide Series
Major Points of Presentation
Chung's Carbon Filament Negative Resistor
Aharanov-Bohm Effect
Absorption and emission reactions (1)
Absorption and emission reactions (2)
Anti-engine for cell's deviation reverses cell back to normal
Asymmetric regauging produces excess force, which can be used to do work on the system
Asymmetric regauging produces excess force, which can be used to do work on the regauging system
Becker's bone fracture healing experiments
Becker's theoretical control system governing regeneration
Becker's theoretical DC control system involved with response to injury
Geometrical Distortion of Poynting Energy Flow
Cosmic Bootstrap: Before the Big Bang
Bridging Enables COP > 1
Aspects of Strong Local Symmetry
Other Aspects of Strong Local Symmetry
Bunge on the Status of Electrodynamics
Bunge on the Status of Electrodynamics and Physics
Bunge on the Status of Classical and Quantum Physics
Fractions of BW Casualties Surviving
First Step in Self-Promotion of Cancer Due to Hypoxia
Differentiation and Dedifferentiation Timelines
Evolution of Cells on Earth
A Charged Particle q is a Coupled System of m and Ø
The Ubiquitous Assumption: Two Asymmetrical Regaugings for Net Symmetry
(1)
The Ubiquitous Assumption: Two Asymmetrical Regaugings for Net Symmetry
(2)
The Ubiquitous Assumption: Two Asymmetrical Regaugings for Net Symmetry
(3)
A Charged Particle is a Coupled System
The Anomalies in Navy Electrolyte Experiments at China Lake
Chung's Carbon Filament Negative Resistor
Typical circuit has about 10
^{-13}
energy collection efficiency
Classical View of EM
Curved Spacetime acts as source or sink
Chronic Disease Puzzling
Cancer Characteristics
Solving a Cancer Enigma
Cancer: Characteristics
Nonlinear Optics Distortion Correction Theorem
The Electronuclear Reaction: Nuclear Reactions in TR-Zones (1)
The Electronuclear Reaction: Nuclear Reactions in TR-Zones (2)
The Electronuclear Reaction: Nuclear Reactions in TR-Zones (3)
In Time-Reversed Zone: Nuclear reactions are biased
In Time-Reversed Zone: Dynamics may be reversed
Time-Reversed Zone: Significant only after time-density charging
A New Conservation of Energy Law
Questions on Carcinogens and EM Radiation
AS DEFINED, fields and potentials only exist in and on charged matter
Serious flaws and errors in classical EM theory
Electrodynamicists' Reaction to Removal of the Material Ether
Reaction to Loss of Material Ether
(1)
Reaction to Loss of Material Ether
(2)
Some EM waves in Spacetime
Air Medium Disturbances Generated When Air is Perturbed by a Plucked Taut String
Launching a Spacetime Perturbation ("EM Wave") from a Wire Antenna
Phase Conjugate Wavepairs Produce New Waves
Scalar Electromagnetics (Energetics) View of EM (1)
Scalar Electromagnetics (Energetics) View of EM (2)
Scalar Electromagnetics (Energetics) View of EM (3)
Extended General Relativity Principle
Extension of Work-Energy Theorem
34 Flaws in Classical EM Theory
MTW's General Relativity Principle
Use of General Relativity (GR) in Particle Physics
The Missing Infolded Electrodynamics
Infolded Engines: Excluded by Present Physics
Mass curves and structures spacetime; ST curvatures change and structure mass (1)
Mass curves and structures spacetime; ST curvatures change and structure mass (2)
At Infinite Velocity: Each Is Every Other
Lisitsyn's Report: Brain Code Broken
Lorentz Closed Surface Integration
Lorentz's physically insignificant energy flow can be collected and utilized
Lorentz surface integration of the Poynting vector around a closed surface
Longitudinal EM Photon Interaction with Charge
Mass is transparent to longitudinal EM waves, which move through the infolded interiors of internal waves, potentials, and fields in the mass.
Pumping with Longitudinal EM waves Time-reverses the Mass
Maxwell's Quaternion Theory
Maxwellian Systems before and after Regauging
Maxwell's four equations reduce to: Page 1
Maxwell's four equations reduce to: Page 2
More to come