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SLIDE 31.

GRADIENT OF ELECTROSTATIC POTENTIAL


 

IN VACUUM

ON AND OF A MOVING CHARGED PARTICLE

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          Again I accent that, in vacuum in the absence of a charged spinning particle of observable mass, del-phi does not yield an -field, and the conventional equations of EM are wrong in that respect. 
           In the presence of a spinning charged particle, in a del-phi which contains electron-vortex-holes to mesh with, the charged particle attaches itself to the moving del-phi flux gradient, moving itself with the river.  This produces an field.  The -field CONSISTS OF the smeared electron, it does not CAUSE THE MOVEMENT of the electron.  It is an effect, not a cause.  The conventional equation for del-phi equals E is correct for matter waves in electron gases; it is not correct in vacuum itself. 

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