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Unified Field Equations
Major T. E. Bearden
All Rights Reserved, June 2000
- T. E. Bearden, LTC, U.S. Army (Retired)
- CEO, CTEC Inc.
- Director, Association of Distinguished American Scientists (ADAS)
- Fellow Emeritus, Alpha Foundation's Institute for Advanced Study (AIAS)
Here is the latest draft appendix to one of the three volumes of the coming
publication of Contemporary Optics and Electrodynamics, Myron Evans, Editor,
Now we're getting down to it! Finally we're getting a unified field theory,
and one that is engineerable.
Now that O(3) has met Sachs' generalization of relativity and
electrodynamics in the middle, these guys are proving everything I
I'm watching history being made!
- Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 7:12 PM
- To: Prof. Nils Abramson; Pr. Dr. P. Anastasovski; Thomas E.
- Bearden; Alain Beaulieu; Prof. W. T. Coffey; Dr. Gareth J. Evans; Robert G.
- Flower; Hal Fox; Prof. S. Jeffers; Prof. E. Kapuscik; Alex Labounsky; Prof.
- Bo Lehnert; Prof. Dr. Hector Munera; Prof. Jean-Pierre Vigier; Dr. William
- R. Baylis; Pr. Corneliu Ciubotariu; Prof. C. Ciubotariu; Lawrence B.
- Crowell; Dr. David Hamilton; Guy Obolensky
- Subject: RE: Technical Appendix Two for 114(3)
- Importance: High
Myron - I'm glad you haven't totally forgotten about how Whittaker relates
to what you are currently developing on the Sachs-Evans theory and about
Whittaker's rich ensemble of "undulating" (in his words) or oscillatory
components (bi-waves) making up the vector potential. As I understand it,
each bi-wave is longitudinally-polarized and the cancellation of a
longitudinal bi-wave by its phase-conjugate longitudinal bi-wave counterpart
would result in a purely time-polarized potential.
- Sent: Wednesday, June 28, 2000 11:57 AM
- To: Prof. Nils Abramson; Pr. Dr. P. Anastasovski; Thomas E. Bearden;
- Alain Beaulieu; Prof. W. T. Coffey; Dr. Gareth J. Evans; Robert G. Flower;
- Hal Fox; Prof. S. Jeffers; Prof. E. Kapuscik; Alex Labounsky; Prof. Bo
- Lehnert; Prof. Dr. Hector Munera; Prof. Jean-Pierre Vigier; Dr. William R.
- Baylis; Pr. Corneliu Ciubotariu; Prof. C. Ciubotariu; Lawrence B. Crowell;
- Dr. David Hamilton; Guy Obolensky
- Subject: Technical Appendix Two for 114(3)
Alain, sorry to make work for you but I decided to replace the
existing appendices 2, 3 and 4 by this appendix two, which emerged after
comparison of notes with Sachs. Cross references are made to the 114(2)
review and the 114(2) review by Lehnert as well as the 114(1) by Sachs.
Emphasis is put on energy ex vacuo and on the urgent need to develop code
which can be used for any experimental set up in electrodynamics;
electrostatics and magnetostatics. The B(3) field is one out of many
possible longitudinal components of the Sachs theory and the same is true
of the time-like and longitudinal parts of the vector potential. This
generalizes Whittaker's theory.
I hope that Stanley can look up the references and there is still room for
his introduction to the history of the quantum theory of light.
The B(3) theory comes out of the Lehnert and Sachs theories.