THE DEATH OF ELECTRIC CURRENT
Wireless World, December 1981
Mr Ivor Catt’s assertion (August Letters) that conventional electromagnetic theory cannot cope with transients for which it was specifically designed is, to say the least, a trifle rich.
Tilting at the giants of our great heritage of scientific understanding s a useful pastime, even if it only serves to stimulate the thinking of others. I think Mr Catt has some fundemantal misunderstandings of conventional theory .... .... [p100 ]
Wireless World, May 1982
Ivor Catt’s letter in the February issue [ p101 ] only serves to illustrate the deficiencies in his knowledge of mathematics and conventional EM theory and the confusion in his own theory.
Can he not see that E/H=√µ/Ɛ is wrong and H=B/µ is right for mathematical reasons? [ p101 ]
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