The Fields of the Future
Hitherto most of the discussions of the Natural Philosophy Alliance have been devoted to the study of classical physics. We have studied the postulates on the velocity of light. Is the velocity of light a constant as was postulated by Einstein? Or can we conclude that the universal time postulate, that the velocity of light is a constant relative to the source at any instant, is the only postulate that is consistent with all of the experiments hitherto analyzed? Is Newton?s law of gravity universally valid, or must it be modified to take into account the seasonal variation that was discovered by the Monti? Can we believe that Maxwell?s equations, as postulated by Einstein, are universally valid, or must they be replaced with the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory?