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Comparison of the Classical Electromagnetic Theory with the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory

Domina Eberle Spencer
Uma Y. Shama
Philip J. Mann
Year: 2004
The paper gives a comparative derivation of the fundamental equations of electromagnetic theory in the two formulations that have been investigated most extensively:  the Classical Electromagnetic Theory and the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory.  The principal differences are that the Classical Theory is based on Einstein\'s postulate on the velocity of light and on the absolute velocity of moving charges while the New Gaussian Theory is based on the universal time postulate on the velocity of light and on the relative velocity of moving charges.  The paper outlines the derivation of the expressions for the force between moving charges and the divergence and curl of the electromagnetic field vectors in both systems.  Since we now have five experimental proofs of the validity of the New Gaussian Electrodynamics and the failure of Classical Electrodynamics, it is time to seriously study the beautiful system that explains our actual phsyical experiments.