Interesting Problems Concerning the Inhomogeneous Physical Vacuum
The void of space is examined from a perspective based upon astrophysical problems. The approach extends the equations of Maxwell and Heaviside by treating the vacuum using classical polarization. Here, the void is filled with dipoles and moments with electric, magnetic, gravitic, and spin fields. The extended inhomogeneous theory can provide insights into anomalous events on a global scale, as well as smaller-scale events such as ball lightning, unusual weather, and other natural events.