© T. E. Bearden 1982 There are at least twenty-two major discrepancies presently existing in conventional electromagnetics theory. This paper presents a summary of those flaws, and is a further commentary on my discussion of scalar longitudinal Tesla waves in a previous paper, "Solutions to Tesla's Secrets and the Soviet Tesla Weapons," Tesla Book Company, 1981 and 1982. I particularly wish to express my deep appreciation to two of my friends and colleagues who at this time, I believe, wish to remain anonymous. One of the two is an experimental genius who can produce items on the bench that do not work by orthodox theory. The second is a master of materials science and electromagnetics theory. I thank them both for their exceptional contributions and stimuli regarding potential shortcomings in present electromagnetics theory, and their forbearance with the many discussions we have held on this and related subjects. It goes without saying that any errors in this paper are strictly my own, and not the fault of either of my distinguished colleagues. (1) In present electromagnetics theory, (2) Electrostatic potential is regarded as a purely (3) Voltage and potential are often confused in the (4) (5) Contrary to its present usage, (6) The concepts of "space" and "time" imply
that spacetime (vacuum) has been separated into two parts. We can only think of
a space as "continuing to exist in time " (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) The present concepts of vector and scalar are severely
limited, and do not permit the explicit consideration of the internal,
finer-grained structures of a vector or a scalar. That is, (12) With the expanded Tesla electromagnetics, a new (13) (14) (15) (16) We always assume everything exists in time.
Actually, (17) (18) (19) In the present physics, time is modeled as, and
considered to be, a continuous dimension such as length. This is only a gross
approximation. Indeed, (20) Presently, gravitational field and electrical field are
considered mutually exclusive. Actually this is also (21) Presently, (22) Multiple-valued basic dimensional functions are either
not permitted or severely discouraged in the present theory For one thing,
integrals of multiple valued derivative functions have the annoying habit of
"blowing up" and yielding erroneous answers, or none at all. And However, to understand the new electromagnetic reality, one requires a new, expanded logic which contains the old Aristotlean logic as a subset. I have already pointed out the new logic in my paper, "A Conditional Criterion for Identity, Leading to a Fourth Law of Logic," 1979, available from the National Technical Information Center, AD-A071032. Even as logic is extended, quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics, and relativity are drastically changed by the Tesla electromagnetics, as I pointed out in my paper, "Solutions to Tesla's Secrets and the Soviet Tesla Weapons," Tesla Book Company, 1580 Magnolia, Millbrae, California, 94030, 1980. The present electromagnetics is just a special case of a much more fundamental electromagnetics discovered by Nikola Tesla, just as Newtonian physics is a special case of relativistic physics. But in the electromagnetics case, the differences between the old and the new are far more drastic and profound. ADDITIONAL REFERENCES 1, Boren, Dr. Lawrence Milton, "Discovery of the Fundamental Magnetic Charge (Arising from the new Conservation of Magnetic Energy)," 1981/82 (private communication). Dr. Boren has a cogent argument that the positron is the fundamental unit of magnetic charge. His theory thus assigns fundamentally different natures to positive charge and negative charge. In support of Dr. Boren, one should point out that the "positive" end of circuits can simply be "less negative" than the "negative" end. In other words, the circuit works simply from higher accumulation of negative charges (the "negative" end) to a lesser accumulation of negative charges (the "positive" end). Nowhere need there be positive charges (protons, positrons, etc.) to make the circuit work. Dr. Boren's theory, though dramatic at first encounter, nonetheless bears close and meticulous examination -- particularly since he has been able to gather experimental data which support his theory and disagree with present theory. 2. Eagle, Albert, "An Alternative Explanation of Relativity Phenomena," Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, No. 191, December 1939, pp. 694-701. 3. Ehrenhaft, Felix and Wasser, Emanuel, "Determination of the Size and Weight of Single Submicroscopic Spheres of the Order of Magnitude r = 4 x 10(-5) cm. to 5 x 10(-6) cm., as well as the Production of Real Images of Submicroscopic Particles by means of Ultraviolet Light," Phil. Mag. and Jour. of Sci., Vol. II (Seventh Series), No. 7, July 1926, pp. 30-51. 4. Ehrenhaft, Felix and Wasser, Emanuel, "New Evidence of the Existence of Charges smaller than the Electron - (a) The Micromagnet; (b) The Law of Resistance; (c) The Computation of Errors of the Method," Phil. Mag. and Jour. of Sci., Vol. V (Seventh Series), No. 28, February 1928, pp. 225-241. 5. See also Ehrenhaft's last paper dealing with the electronic charge, in Philosophy of Science, Vol. 8, 1941, p. 403. 6. McGregor, Donald Rait, 7. Ignat'ev, Yu. G. and Balakin, A. B., "Nonlinear Gravitational
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