133(3): Antisymmetry with non zero A


The simple antisymmetry laws of papers 122 to 132 show that the magnetic field B vanishes on the U(1) level, a disaster for the standard model of physics. Normally, by U(1) dogma itself, the absence of a magnetic field means A = 0. However, this is another error of the standard model. The result should be curl A = 0, A zero or irrotational. If A is irrotational, an extra electric field enters at the ECE level as in eq. (49). and is denoted E sub A for each polarization a. Two examples of E sub A are given, a travelling wave of charge current density in a medium, and the Coulomb field. It is very important now to develop several subject areas with the very powerful antisymmetry laws.



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