
5th new Maxwell Equation,  div*M = 0 , where 137/2(M) = 1(e) Chapt15.55 #1307 New Physics #1510 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Apr 21, 2013 1:02 AM


These are the 5 Maxwell Equations:
 div*M = 0
div*E = r_E
div*B = r_B
 curlxE = dB + J_B
curlxB = dE + J_E
I spent the day pondering this, whether I made a mistake and how sweepingly new this would be for physics, since we have two types of magnetism. We have the magnetic monopole M which composes Space in actuality, where Space equals magnetic monopoles. And then we have magnetic dipoles such as permanent bar magnets. But this need not be so strange, since in electricity we have the electric field and we have the isolated electric charge of a electron and we have the electric current of many electrons in motion.
So before, we had the magnetic field, as a Space but we really had no particle for magnetism. Now we do, the magnetic monopole.
And this need not be strange because, afterall, why did Dirac chase after a magnetic monopole in the first place? He did so because he knew that the magnetic monopole would quantize the electric charge. Dirac saw that electric charge was quantized and so, now, he wanted the magnetic monopole to exist and held responsible for why electric charge was quantized.
Now the old Maxwell Equations had no magnetic monopoles and when we write them with magnetic monopoles we end up with this:
div*E = r_E
div*B = r_B
 curlxE = dB + J_B
curlxB = dE + J_E
But those are not good enough because the magnetic monopole would have both a attraction and repulsion. Rather instead, we need a law that the magnetic monopole of like poles or unlike poles always attract.
And we need a law that quantizes the magnetic monopole with the unit electric charge. Dirac found out that it must be a factor of 137/2 (e) where e is the unit electric charge. I believe Dirac got the correct factor, only he incorrectly reversed its power. I believe it takes 137/2 magnetic monopoles to equal 1 unit of electric charge.
So today I proposed this new Maxwell Equation law:
 div*M = 0
The M stands for magnetic monopole and the B in the Maxwell Equations stands for magnetic dipoles. The negative sign allows only attraction force between magnetic monopoles. Now in this law, the magnetic monopole has a relationship of 137/2 with the electric charge and the magnetic monopole is always attracting never repelling a second magnetic monopole.
So the complete set of Maxwell Equations would be five equations:
 div*M = 0 , where 137/2(M) = 1(e)
div*E = r_E
div*B = r_B
 curlxE = dB + J_B
curlxB = dE + J_E
I spent two days now trying to derive attraction only for magnetic monopoles and the only sensible solution appears to be to have a 5th Maxwell Equation. And because we need a quantization of monopoles with electric charge, anyway, hence we need a 5th new equation.
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