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Ampere's law derives speed; is magnetic current density restmass? Chapt13.4.05 restmass #1032 New Physics #1152 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Ampere's law derives speed; is magnetic current density restmass? Chapt13.4.05 restmass #1032 New Physics #1152 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed
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Nov 25, 2012 3:00 PM


The Faraday law also derives speed. The Ampere law gives the speed of the light wave or photon. The Faraday law gives the speed of the electron and proton.
In this textbook, the speed of light has to be a double transverse wave in order for the various wavelengths of light to all have one and the same speed of light. A singletransverse wave does not allow a constant speed but a varying speed from radio waves to gamma rays.
But this textbook should show how the electron rest mass is about 2000 times less than the proton. And the answer should be that the proton is 2000 times less of space occupying than the electron occupies space. The Faraday law of the bar magnet in motion inside a closed loop wire should provide that 2000 times larger space differential for electron over the proton.
You see, when physics is done correctly, it all comes out of the axiom set, the Maxwell Equations. When physics is done falsely, then you get a group of men sitting around in ivory towers dreaming up mechanisms like the Higgs mechanism which is sheer crankery nonsense.
When physics or mathematics is done properly, the axiom set of that science derives all the science. The science is never dependent on some crank crackpot in an ivory tower with his latest nonsense.
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