Abdullahi, Musa Daji
April 26, 2017
Keywords: Electric field, Lorentz force, magnetic flux, special relativity, speed of light, velocity
According to classical and relativistic electrodynamics, a charged particle moving with velocity v goes straight through a crossed electric field of intensity E and a magnetic flux of intensity B, at right angles, without deflection, if the magnitude E = Bv. For a constant B, the relationship between E and v is linear, with Bc being the maximum value of E required for the particle to pass straight through the crossed fields at the speed of light c. This paper shows that the relationship is not linear, because the force exerted by a field E, on a moving charged particle, depends on its speed v. For a particle to go through the fields without deflection, E should increase to an infinitely large value as v approaches the speed of light. An experiment, showing that the relationship between E and v is not linear, invalidates special relativity.
NANDA BALLABH PANT(Baijnath, India):
In case of charged particle if with speed instead of mass, the electric field varies which causes electromagnetic radiation, then in case of neutral (changeless) particle what does vary, because the variation of mass with speed formula is charge independent (more than Einstein's unsuitable title: "On the electrodynamics of moving bodies"). Is it not possible-charge less mass / matter accelerated in the gravitational field also emits photons with the change in its external field (atheric vacuum) or with change in its internal field structure? If so, then the equivalence principle is nonsense and the entire General Theory of Relativity has to be ruled out---Sorin Cosofret: Electric Current Definition & GR equivalence principle-Newsletter for Physics:http//elkadot,com/index.php/en/newsletters.
-Nanda Ballabh Pant
Posted: January 28, 2017 @ 8:59:21 pm