Maxwells Equations a Fraud?

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Maxwells Equations a Fraud?

Unread postby cptn_fantastic » Fri Sep 08, 2017 12:19 pm

Yes, according to Robert Distinti and his Ethereal Mechanics- even shows the math to "prove" it. :shock:
Maxwell is not the only one under fire, there are a few other "giants" of science set to crumble under his logic. :o

emV000: Introduction to Ethereal Mechanics
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuUTABLz1Vk

I have not the wit to know fact from fiction- you do. What say you? :geek:
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Re: Maxwells Equations a Fraud?

Unread postby Zyxzevn » Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:40 pm

The maxwell equations give very good results in physics.
There are some very good videos on the maxwell equations on
this youtube channel.

In the video the speaker gives general criticism on science, but he does not really explain what
is wrong with maxwell. In the youtube channel above you can see experiments that you can do
for yourself to test these equations.
In this sense they are certainly not a fraud.
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Re: Maxwells Equations a Fraud?

Unread postby cptn_fantastic » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:57 pm

Thank you Zyxzevn. I'll take a peek at that link.

The original Distinti video I posted was indeed general in nature. It is however a part of a series of videos.
This second video, posted below, drills down into what he considers the issue with Maxwells equations.
emV002: Light 1 / Maxwell 1 / Displacement Current Caper
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGdXfPeTtE8
He demonstrates through Math and Concept why he considers Maxwell's Equations as incorrect.

From a different angle;
emV003: Light 2 / Maxwell 2 / Faraday's Fallacy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vOoVfQRuv8
Distinti shows that Maxwell's version of Faraday's Law is inconsistent with Kirchhoff's Law.

A paradigm shift would not be worth its salt if it did not shake the current to its very core.
Perhaps it's not only the dark matter types who are in for a bit of a shock.
Anywho, the answer will arise, either here or elsewhere.
Thanks again...
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Re: Maxwells Equations a Fraud?

Unread postby Zyxzevn » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:34 pm

cptn_fantastic wrote:He demonstrates through Math and Concept why he considers Maxwell's Equations as incorrect.

He talks about "displacement current", which is not an existing thing.
And from there he declares that maxwell is wrong.
D is the dielectric field.
In the videos above you can see some demonstrations on
the dielectric constant works. It is not a "current".

cptn_fantastic wrote:Distinti shows that Maxwell's version of Faraday's Law is inconsistent with Kirchhoff's Law.

Kirchhoff's law is wrong indeed.

In general Distini moves some concepts around in his videos.
Sometimes he does pick the exact concept with the phenomenon.

The videos on physics that I posted above,
explain these concepts very well. They are university grade, but very easy
to understand, because each concept is explained with a real-world demonstration.
I think that the EU and all other scientists can learn from this.

You can compare the physics lecture demonstration with what Distini says, and
you will see that Distini is slightly wrong with his concepts.

But not as bad as mainstream's "Magnetic reconnection".
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Re: Maxwells Equations a Fraud?

Unread postby cptn_fantastic » Sun Sep 10, 2017 9:19 pm

Thanks again Zyxzevn. I'll be away for a year and a day.
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