Shilo8

https://demystifyingscience.com/blog/math-compelled-speech

One hundred and ninety years after Faraday’s
discovery of electromagnetic induction, the takeover of physics by the
describers rather than explainers has led some to question the validity of the
premise in the first place. Faraday observed something, and Maxwell
mathematically described it, but neither one of them explained what exactly was
causing the phenomenon. The gradual creep of mathematics into the heart of
physics, which can be traced back to Newton himself, has led to an arms-race of
elegance and increasingly abstruse descriptive detail. But has it helped us
come to a mechanistic understanding?

Dear Michael,

Supposing Faraday did not
discover electromagnetic induction?

http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x29j.htm
; http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x18j51.pdf

Are E and H in phase?

Ivor 22.10.2021