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JOURNAL OF NEW ENERGY

Volume 4, Number 3

Winter 1999

ISSN 1086-8259

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Higher Symmetry Electromagnetics: A Collection of AIAS Papers

EDITORIAL COMMENTS

Higher Symmetry Electromagnetics: A Collection of AIAS Papers

This issue of the Journal of New Energy may become a collector's item. The fifty papers (plus the reprint of two papers by E.T. Whittaker) represent a dramatic development in electrodynamics. These papers present the development of the New Maxwell Electrodynamic Equations and their application to many of the previously unresolved problems of electrodynamics.

Emerging Energy Mutual Fund, Inc. (EEMF)* is pleased to publish this special issue of the Journal of New Energy. This issue is devoted to publishing fifty papers authored by 15 members of the Alpha Foundation's Institute for Advanced Study (AIAS). The authors and the address of AIAS are listed on page 6.

The AIAS authors make no claim as to the perfection of this new model of electrodynamics. There will be other developments. Technically-qualified readers of these papers are encouraged to provide honest, critical review of these papers. Substantial corrections or expansions will be shared with the AIAS group and can be published with their comments in later issues of the JNE.

In every group there are the leaders. In this AIAS group, Dr. Myron W. Evans is the leader. Most of these papers were originally conceived and drafted by Dr. Evans. This recognition does not undermine the tremendous support provided by other members of AIAS. Special thanks is also given to those who funded the work of the AIAS.

This editor acknowledges the tremendous effort provided by Alain Beaulieu who has donated many hours to entering, checking, and editing this large volume of highly technical papers. Equally, we wish to thank Dineh Torres for her many hours of effort to produce this volume.

* Note: EEMF has purchased all rights to the JNE from its previous publishers. Hal Fox remains as editor.

Respectfully, Hal Fox, Editor


JOURNAL OF NEW ENERGY
Volume 4, Number 3, Winter 1999

Higher Symmetry Electromagnetics: A Collection of AIAS Papers

Contents:

Page, Title

  6 List of Authors & Acknowledgments

  7 Foreword    T. E. Bearden
 11 Preface     M..W. Evans

    The Original Whittaker papers

 18 On the partial differential equations of mathematical physics
 40 On an Expression of the Electromagnetic Field Due to Electrons by Means
       of Two Scalar Potential Functions

    The Modern Whittaker papers

 45 On Whittaker's Representation of the Electromagnetic Field in Terms of
       Two Scalar Potentials, Part I
 59 On Whittaker's Representation of the Classical Electromagnetic Field in
       Vacuo, Part II: Potentials Without Fields
 68 On Whittaker's F and G Fluxes, Part III: The Existence of Physical
       Longitudinal and Time-Like Photons
 72 On Whittaker's Analysis of the Electromagnetic Entity: Part IV:
       Longitudinal Magnetic Flux and Time-Like Potential Without Vector
       Potential and Without Electric and Magnetic Fields
 76 On Whittaker's Representation of the Electromagnetic Entity in Vacuo,
       Part V: The Production of Transverse Fields and Energy by Scalar
       Interferometry
 79 On Extending Whittaker's Theory, Part VI: Photons Without Fields and
       Vector Potentials
 82 Representation of the Vacuum Electromagnetic Field in Terms of
       Longitudinal and Time-Like Potentials: Canonical Quantization
 89 Formal Proof of the Gauge Invariance of G, F, A and 
 92 An Experimental Test of the Existence of Whittaker's g and f Fluxes in
       the Vacuum
 96 Double Dipole Antenna Solution

    Electrodynamics

 97 Electrodynamics as a Non-Abelian Gauge Field Theory
107 Non-Abelian Gauge Field Theory Applied to Electrodynamics
117 Non-Abelian Field Theory Applied to Electrodynamics: Development of the
       Field Equations
130 Empirical Evidence for Non-Abelian Electrodynamics and Theoretical
       Development
142 Interpretation of the Fundamental Equations of O(3) Electrodynamics
149 A General Theory of Non-Abelian Electrodynamics
159 On the Nature of the B(3) Field
167 On the Non-Existence of the Field E(3)
171 Beltrami Vector Fields in Non-Abelian Electrodynamics
178 Derivation of the Lehnert Field Equations from Gauge Theory in the
       Vacuum: Space Charge and Current
183 On the Interpretation of the charge e in Non-Abelian Electrodynamics:
       Conservation of Causality
187 Classical Electrodynamics Without the Lorentz Condition: Extracting
       Energy from the Vacuum
195 Runaway Solutions of the Lehnert Equations: The Possibility of
       Extracting Energy from the Vacuum

    Additional Interferometry papers

199 Non-Abelian Electrodynamics and Michelson Interferometry
202 Topological Explanation of the Sagnac and Michelson Effects
206 Calculation of the Sagnac Effect in Matter Waves Using an O(3) Vacuum
       Topology
210 Observation of the One Photon Evans-Vigier Field in the Topological
       Phase
216 One-Photon Sagnac Effect: Correspondence to O(3) Electrodynamics

    Lorentz Invariance

223 Lorentz Transform of Inhomogeneous O(3) Equation
224 Lorentz Invariance of the d'Alembert Equation in Vacuo
225 Lorentz Invariance of U(1) Refutation
226 Non-Abelian Electrodynamics and the Inverse Faraday Effect
231 Inconsistencies of the U(1) Theory of Electrodynamics: The Compton
       Effect
236 Inconsistencies of the Maxwell-Heaviside Theory of Electrodynamics: The
       Aharonov-Bohm Effect
241 An Explanation of Snell's Law Using Non-Abelian Electrodynamics
244 Reciprocal Frequency Noise Explained by Higher Symmetry Electrodynamics

    Fermion Resonance

247 Ultra High Frequency Fermion Resonance Induced by Circularly Polarized
       Radiation: The Resonance Inverse Faraday Effect
263 Fermion Resonance Induced by Circularly Polarized Microwave Radiation
       Without Permanent Magnetic Field
269 Ultra High Resolution Fermion Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
272 Existence of Radiatively Induced Fermion Resonance (RFR) from the
       Stokes Parameters
276 Photon Mass and Phase Shift Experiment

    Electroweak Theory

283 SU(2)   SU(2) Electroweak Theory I: The B(3) Field on the Physical
       Vacuum
290 SU(2)   SU(2) Electroweak Theory II: Chiral and Vector Fields on the
       Physical Vacuum
297 Non-Abelian SU(2)   SU(2) Electroweak Theory in LEP1 Data on Z Particle
       Production

    Appendices

299 Appendix One: Symmetry Applied to the Maxwell-Heaviside Field Equations
302 Appendix Two: Breakdown of the Condition for No Field (Single Beam)
307 Appendix Three: The O(3) Equations of Motion and Plane Wave
       Approximations
310 Appendix Four: A Brief History of the Development of the B(3) Theory:
       The Debate Papers

    Notes

313 The Meaning of Barrett's Notation
315 Some Notes on Differential Geometry
320 Some Notes on the Invariance of B Cyclics
322 Some Notes on the Solenoidal Beltrami Equations
325 Some Notes on "Asymmetric Regauging"
327 The Sagnac Effect
330 Notes on the Sagnac Effect
334 A Simple Refutation of the Maxwell-Heaviside Theory: Normal Reflection
335 Equivalence of Reflection and Parity Inversion

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