Alright, before I tackle how to derive Superdeterminism and then derive Darwin Evolution, since Superdeterminism itself derives Darwin Evolution (Darwin Evolution is a subset of Superdeterminism), I have to patch up a few loose ends of the Maxwell Equations.
I suspect there needs a slight correction to the Maxwell Equations with magnetic monopoles.
Here are the Maxwell Equations with magnetic monopoles.
div*E = r_E div*B = r_B - curlxE = dB + J_B curlxB = dE + J_E
Now there are two important features that need to be addressed to see if the above are the correct 4 Maxwell Equations.
The first is Double Transverse Wave of the photon, of the light-wave. Does the above 4 Maxwell Equations give us the fact that light-waves are Double Transverse Waves? The answer is yes, because of the fact of a magnetic monopoles existing that we can no longer have a single transverse wave for light for it would be E B
and that does not assure that light speed is a constant regardless of wavelength or frequency.
Only with Double Transverse Wave by destructive-interference is light a constant regardless of wavelength or frequency and is depicted as such:
E- M+ M- E+ So by simply doing nothing to the 4 Maxwell Equations containing magnetic monopoles, we are assured of Double Transverse Wave. Because the sheer existence of magnetic monopoles demands them to occupy those positions of symmetry.
But, that leaves us with the second major concern, a serious concern and not so easily resolved as Double Transverse Wave. The concern is that in EM-gravity, the magnetic monopoles have only an attractive force, never a repulsive force as the electric charge has with like charges. So in the magnetic monopoles added nonzero term to Gauss's law of magnetism and to the added term of Faraday's law of a magnetic current density term, the question here is whether the above 4 Maxwell Equations have only an attractive force for magnetic monopoles, or have I forgotten to place a negative sign in Gauss's law of magnetism or the term in Faraday's law of magnetic current density.
Do I get a attractive force only when the Maxwell Equations are written as the above or do I need a new negative sign somewhere to denote that the Magnetic Monopoles are only attractive.
I think, as a guess, that I need another negative sign, and I think I need it on the Ampere/Maxwell law of CurlxB, for not only would it make the 4 Equations totally symmetrical, but would solve this dilemma of having the magnetic monopoles attractive force only.
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