Fifty years of electromagnetic
theory
Also About Classical Electrodynamics
http://www.ivorcatt.org/digihwdesignp57.htm
http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x0362.jpg
The above are the two key
pictures, deriving from http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x0307.htm and
http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x0357.htm
What is proven is that at one point in space there are two electric field
densities and directions, and also two magnetic field densities and directions. This is totally revolutionary, and I should
have noticed it 46 years ago. Dave Walton on the phone today confirms
that he did not notice this either. The two fields are derived using
Faraday's Law, and proven mathematically by me in my paper "Crossstalk (Noise) in Digital Systems, which can be
reached at
http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x0305.htm .
In that paper I then (wrongly) assume that superposition is permissible,
and I show superposition at http://www.ivorcatt.org/digihwdesignp57.htm .
But
Faraday's Law does not
permit superposition. You cannot have two changing magnetic fluxes through
the same surface causing two different voltages around the periphery of the
loop. Under conventional theory, you cannot have two electric fields or two
magnetic fields at one point in space at the same instant in time.
Then I realised that we
already had this many years ago when we went two pulses from opposite
directions down a coax, when they overlap. However, the case from
crosstalk, http://www.ivorcatt.co.uk/x0362.jpg ,
when both travel in the same direction, is more grotesque (under classical
theory). In contrast, Theory C makes no assertions for or against over
this.
Ivor Catt. 28 March 2010
