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All theories in that area are up a creek without a paddle.theory of gravity

Who revisited Maxwell's equations? Those date from 1865. It took a good number of years for someone bothered - a rather unusual type of "scientist" as well.

Who revisited Maxwell's equations?

Oliver Heaviside?

Probably best known for the Heaviside Layer.

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Lorentz also reformulated them into the present form AFAIKOliver Heaviside?

Lorentz

I read that Maxwell’s equations and the Lorentz force law together encompass all the laws of electricity and magnetism.

https://phys.libretexts.org/Bookshe..._Maxwells_Equations_and_Electromagnetic_Waves

Our gravitational mathematicians will not find any answer: Because they do not adapt their incorrect equations to the observations, but the observation to their incorrect equations: see e.g. "Dark Matter"-).I have never chickened out of answering a difficult question:

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/apr/23/john-horton-conway-obituary

The Mathematicians will find the answers.

This is not how science works;-)

Ohh, the well bespoken good ol' Far-T effect....

He will protect us from the plasmoid full of ionised hydrogen gas which is leaking from Uranus.

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So you would attribute universe to wear red jackets...

I would certainly advise against the wearing of red shirts while exploring the universe!

Einstein revisited them.

Indeed:

"Oliver Heaviside's contribution was to greatly simplify Maxwell's 20 equations in 20 variables, replacing them by four equations in two variables. Today we call these 'Maxwell's equations' forgetting that they are in fact 'Heaviside's equations'."

I atempted to explain the link between relativity and electromagnetism by way of Lorentz contraction back on page 62.

There's a full explanation, including frames of reference, here: https://galileo.phys.virginia.edu/classes/252/rel_el_mag.html

*"We are forced to the conclusion that whether a particular force on an actual particle is magnetic or electric, or some mixture of both, depends on the frame of reference - so the distinction is rather artificial."*

There's a full explanation, including frames of reference, here: https://galileo.phys.virginia.edu/classes/252/rel_el_mag.html

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I have always been a good Physicist:

Some ability in Chemistry too:

But then I glimpsed something Rotten in Physics:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutonium-239

Which has driven me back to Purer Mathematics:

https://www.quantamagazine.org/two-students-unravel-a-widely-believed-math-conjecture-20230810/

A much nicer problem:

And one I prefer.

Some ability in Chemistry too:

But then I glimpsed something Rotten in Physics:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plutonium-239

Which has driven me back to Purer Mathematics:

https://www.quantamagazine.org/two-students-unravel-a-widely-believed-math-conjecture-20230810/

A much nicer problem:

And one I prefer.

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