Year: 2013 Pages: 4
In this paper it is shown that the energy due to electromagnetic radiation, which has thus far been as-cribed the Poynting vector, based on Maxwell’s Equations, may instead be derived using Coulomb’s law as the basis. Since the common opinion among scientists has been that Maxwell’s systematic description of electromagnetism is consistent with classical electricity described by Coulomb´s Law, a need has been felt to closer explore the differences. It has al-ready been published a number of papers on this subject, but the theoretical basis for a new approach will now be more rigorously defined. The fallacies of the commonly recognized Maxwell electromagnetism appear in five cases, which have already been explored rigorously in other papers.
Describing the event during which a light quanta is released from an atom, thereafter hitting a target at-om, using the most simplistic model, with a single electron orbiting around a positive nucleus, it may be suitable to model the orbiting electron as an electric current. This can be stated also about the target atom. Hence, there are two currents being involved, just as in the case of electric induction.
During stable circumstances, the electron does not radiate, since the circular movement is perpendicular to the radial electric force from the positive nucleus, an argument that is supported by Compton, but denied by Bohr.
The de-excitation of an orbit electron can be de-scribed, applying Coulombs’ law on the process when it interacts with an orbit electron of another atom. An appropriate mathematical model based on induction is proposed, a model that fits with the ambiguous ‘wave-particle paradox’.
Embedded in this model is a new understanding the photon, which has already been explained in earlier papers. The so-called wave-particle paradox is only expressing two mathematical properties of the orbiting motion during the process of electron de-excitation.This paper challenges dissidents to escape the mainstream cage of theories imposed by fiat and adopt a science epistemology based on consistent logic and the scientific method of empirical proof by falsifiability. The Fizeau and Sagnac results will be revisited and analyzed afresh to reach two conclusions that shake the foundations of belief in cosmic architecture and composition. The Absolute Lab frame and Flexible Aether model will be shown to be consistent and supported by all experiments examined to date. This support includes tests that extend Sagnac to linear motion and mechanics, the key results of Michelson & Morley/Gale, and classic aether tests. Establishment claims that support the Earth’s rotation, revolution and translation will be subjected to logic and the scientific method. Consequences of the ALFA paradigm will be outlined.