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Yuri N. Keilman
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Yuri N. Keilman (About)
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Interests: Classical Theoretical Physics, Relativity, Electrodynamics Age: 88

I graduated in theoretical physics in Russia in 1966. Worked in theoretical physics at home only. In 1982 I obtained nonsingular particle in Classical Electrodynamics (CED). This solution will replace the famous singular solution (1/r). Later I obtained solutions that correspond to light particles. I think that besides E-M transverse waves that carry energy and momentum there exist the longituginal waves in CED that do not carry any energy or momentum but influence particles through boundary conditions.

Articles (General Science Journal):

Added Apr. 7, 2009: The Real Meaning of Special Relativity
Added Oct. 18, 2008: Objective Formulation of Special Relativity
Added Oct. 1, 2007: Once More on the Meaning of Special Relativity Theory
Added Sep. 24, 2007: In-Depth Analysis of Classical Electrodynamics (CED)
Added Dec. 28, 2006: The Nicola Tesla Connection
Added Oct. 10, 2006: On the Physical Meaning of the Energy-Momentum Tensor
Added Sep. 25, 2006: We Live in a World where Non-Conservation of Linear Momentum is a Common Phenomenon
Added Sep. 12, 2006: Difficult Statements
Added Sep. 2, 2006: Dummy Waves Are Responsible for Gravity
Added Aug. 24, 2006: Dummy Waves
Added Aug. 22, 2006: My Mistake: The Notion That There is No Electric Field Inside a Capacitor is Wrong
Added Jun. 11, 2006: Unfortunate Relativity
Updated Jan. 5, 2005: The Failure of Maxwell's Equations Inside a Capacitor [HTML] - Version
Added Dec. 6, 2005: Classical Interpretation of de Broglie's Waves
Added Dec. 6, 2005: The Lorentz Problem of 1890 Solved by Einstein in 1905
Updated Feb. 2, 2005: The Basic Principles of Classical Electrodynamics (HTML) - PDF Version
Updated Feb. 2, 2005: Classical Approach to the Theory of Elementary Particles [HTML] - PDF Version
Added Sep. 23, 2004: The Concept of "Mass" in Extended Classical ElectroDynamics (ECED)
Added Sep. 16, 2004: Mathematics that Every Physicist Should Know
Added Sep. 13, 2004: Symmetry in Classical Physics
Updated Sep. 13, 2004: Classical Electrodynamics
Updated Sep. 13, 2004: Experiment to Test the Local Equivalence Principle
Added May 24, 2004: Special Relativity is a Classical Theory
Added Dec. 4, 2002: Relativity is a Two-Faced Janus
Added Jul, 14, 2002: Derivation of Special Relativity from Maxwell's Equations