Evidence For Weber-Wesley Electrodynamics
|Title||Evidence For Weber-Wesley Electrodynamics|
|Keywords||Weber-Wesley electrodynamics, electromagnetic radiation, antenna, velocity|
Weber-Wesley electrodynamics predicts all of the usual results of the Maxwell theory including electromagnetic radiation. It also predicts results where the Maxwell theory fails or is not applicable:
- the force on Ampere's bridge in agreement with the measurements of Moyssides and Pappas
- the tension required to rupture current carrying wires as observed by Graneau
- the force to drive the Graneau-Hering submarine
- the force to drive the mercuty in Hering's pump
- the zero self-torque observed by Pappas and Vaughan on a Z-shaped antenna
- the localized unipolar induction observed by Kennard and Muller
- the result of Kaufman's measurement of e/m without mass change with velocity
- a nonradiating hydrogen atom, and
- the fine-structure splitting of hydrogen-atom energy levels without mass change with velocity.
It is concluded that there is, thus, no evidence supporting mass change with velocity. Experiments are suggested.