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*From*: Bob Sciamanda <trebor@VELOCITY.NET>*Date*: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 18:49:30 -0400

David,

I have not yet found the time to read your provoking writings, but let me

raise one question which I have noticed. You correctly state that the

Maxwellian forces of interaction between two electrons are not, in the

general case, "equal and opposite." You then state that these forces ARE

equal snd opposite in the CM frame, "because of symmetry". I doubt the

truth of this latter statement - please prove.

Bob Sciamanda (W3NLV)

Physics, Edinboro Univ of PA (em)

trebor@velocity.net

www.velocity.net/~trebor

----- Original Message -----

From: "David Rutherford" <drutherford@SOFTCOM.NET>

To: <PHYS-L@lists.nau.edu>

Sent: Saturday, June 16, 2001 3:44 PM

Subject: 4/3 problem resolution/Action-reaction paradox in pdf format

I've written up my "4/3 Problem Resolution" (electromagnetic mass) and

"Action-Reaction Paradox Resolution" in pdf format. Conventional vector,

electric field, magnetic field, and vector potential notation is used in

the descriptions to make them a little easier to follow.

The "4/3 Problem Resolution" is at

http://www.softcom.net/users/der555/elecmass.pdf

and the "Action-Reaction Paradox Resolution" is at

http://www.softcom.net/users/der555/actreact.pdf

These non-relativistic, three-dimensional, treatments are based on the

relativistic, four-dimensional equations in the paper on my webpage at

http://www.softcom.net/users/der555/newtransform.pdf

--

Dave Rutherford

"New Transformation Equations and the Electric Field Four-vector"

http://www.softcom.net/users/der555

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