Mechanics / Electrodynamics
Ritz's ballistic theory (BTR), Gauss, Weber, rheons, Coulomb force, Ampere force, Kaufman's experiment, Maxwell's electrodynamics, Rutherford's formula, ballistic electrodynamics solves all known theoretical and experimental paradoxes
Semikov_Paradoxes of Electrodynamics[trans]_13May(2016)1-3.pdf
REPORT: At the XX Scientific Conference on Radiophysics, UNN
Translated to English with Google Translate by Thomas E. Miles
Modern electrodynamics, based on Maxwell's equations, contains a number of contradictions, paradoxes, both internal (theoretical) and external contradictions with experiments [1, 2]. In recent years, more and more experimental paradoxes have been discovered, which creates the need for a more accurate theory of electromagnetism. In a number of cases, pre-Maxwellian theories of electricity (Gauss, Weber) based on the principle of relativity, incl. Ritz's ballistic theory (BTR) [3–5].