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Ampere's law derives speed; is magnetic current density restmass? Chapt13.4.05 spin #1031 New Physics #1151 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Nov 25, 2012 1:02 AM


Alright, the speed of light is c = 1/ sqrt(permeability*permittivity)
Now the permeability and permittivity are found in Ampere's law, not the Faraday law. And I should have known that since Maxwell went ahead and appended the displacement current onto the Ampere law.
So we see here, that the spin of a particle of physics and the speed of a particle of physics derives as a secondary feature of the Ampere law of Maxwell Equations.
That leaves just restmass. Is it a secondary feature due to the actions of the Faraday law of the Maxwell Equations? Is the magnetic current density just another name for the restmass of particles?
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