Weber electrodynamics

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Weber electrodynamics

Unread postby Zyxzevn » Wed Nov 01, 2017 7:32 pm

Video: Weber Electrodynamics by Prof Andre Koch Torres Assis, Nov 6, 2010

The video shows an alternative to the Maxwell laws by Weber.
Maxwell is what Einstein uses to "proof" special relativity.

Weber worked together with Schrodinger and Kirchhoff on these subjects.

30:48 - Force of a charged particle inside a charged container.
The maxwell equations gives: no force.
(F_Lorentz = q*E + q*v x B = 0)
The weber force gives a force depending on the acceleration and charges.

This would be very easy to test.

This means that the electrical force may give an effect as if the mass was increased.
So it gives a mass increase a bit similar to special relativity.
So with this experiment you can disproof Einstein, if it is correct in some way.

The video goes on to gravity, atomic model, and ends with a discussion.
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