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Re: The fallacy of modern EM
« Reply #8 on: December 11, 2021, 22:57:13 pm »
if you want this to work

no this is wrong , you must move in 3 dimensions to make it work not 2

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Re: The fallacy of modern EM
« Reply #9 on: December 15, 2021, 22:40:15 pm »
let's find out what happens with conservation of momentum and electromagnetism, there are many cases where the famous EM laws fail to predict the conservation of momentum, the conservation of momentum is a very fundamental principle, a very important consequence is that when you push something it pushes you back

 there are many paradoxes with free charges and magnetic forces, the magnetic force never conserves the momentum of the particles

another phycisist came up with this apparatus but but but... he disregards the lorrentz force and uses an experimental equation for the EM force plus he is an anti-relativity guy, I used to think the same until I used relativity in my own theory

there is a simple cause for the misinterpretation of the lorrentz force it's because it's incomplete, it doesn't take into account the relativistic fields due to velocity and acceleration!!!!!!!!
there are 5 terms in my equation one for the regular and on for the relative field force

however when you make the coil I drew below how do the forces cancel to conserve momentum


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