Mechanics / Electrodynamics
Ritz's Ballistic Theory (BTR), quantum electrodynamics (QED), rheons, Coulomb's law, Dirac, rheons that generates magnetic effects, Kaufman's experiments, Weber, Bio-Savart-Laplace law
Semikov_Electricity and Magnetism[trans]_20Mar(2006)1-11.pdf
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
What are electrical and magnetic influences? Modern physics, unfortunately, cannot answer this question, justifying its helplessness with a Newtonian excuse: “It is enough that these forces exist and act in accordance with the stated laws.” However, since the time of Newton, there have been some progress. So, in quantum electrodynamics (QED), it is assumed that attraction and repulsion transfer from one charge to another special particles - virtual photons emitted by charges.
But the authors of QED did not say a word about Walter Ritz, who already in 1908 built a theory of the interaction of charges through the particles emitted by them. And it is not surprising, because then scientists would have to admit that their concepts are based on Ritz's Ballistic Theory (BTR), which contradicts the theory of relativity. Therefore, QED stole from Ritz's theory only its working idea (see epigraph), disregarding the main conclusions of the BTR. Here we will also remove the veil over the Ritz theory, which was only slightly opened in...