Aceleritas and the Maxwell’s Question

Author’s Note

This scientific article is unlike my former articles on the theory of electromagnetism, in that in order for me to address the Maxwell’s question, I have to really go beyond the terms and the concepts of classical physics to introduce the well-suiting post-modern term(s) necessary for the utmost clarity of my position.

I foresee the situation in the nearest future when this scientific article will serve as the basis for the conceptualization of our new understanding of light.

Introduction

I came across Maxwell’s equations in my third year in the university and I must confess that it was one of the most beautiful sets of equations that I have ever seen. I loved how the electric field E and the magnetic field B were represented to give us an understanding of light.

How Maxwell arrived at these equations is a fascinating story. Before Maxwell began to write the theory, a scientist called Michael Faraday had already suggested that light could be an electromagnetic wave. But it was the mathematical effort of Clerk Maxwell that proved that yes, light is an electromagnetic wave.

By this time Michael Faraday had become an old man, but Maxwell went to him and informed him about his new theory and told Faraday that light is really an electromagnetic wave as he had suggested and that it travelled at the speed of 299792458 m/s.

Maxwell theoretically arrived at the speed of light which was gotten from its relationship with the electric and magnetic fields or constants as presented below:

c=\frac{1}{\sqrt{\varepsilon_{o}\;\mu_{o}}

Where the electric constant εo equals 8.85418782 × 10-12m-3kg-1s4A2 and the magnetic constant μo equals 1.25663706 × 10-6mkg s-2A-2.

So, Maxwell’s theory was a unification theory that informed us that light is an electromagnetic field comprising of the electric field and the magnetic field. This theory also led us to the theoretical derivation of the constant speed of light.

Maxwell's equations

Maxwell’s equations

Since Maxwell’s electromagnetism, it has been taken that light is an electromagnetic wave travelling at a constant speed in the whole universe, but now we have come across a vital discovery which is that light accelerates.

So, one important question which this discovery raises is:

  • Does the new discovery of the acceleration of light invalidate Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism? – Maxwell’s Question

This is what I call the Maxwell’s question as I am certain that if he were alive today, this is the question he would have asked concerning this new discovery of the acceleration of light, aceleritas. This question is very important because it was unpredicted and unsuspected by Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism.

So, today, and in this very great scientific article, I will be discussing the implications of the discovery of the acceleration of light, also called aceleritas, for Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism.

While I thought about this, I had so many ideas running uncontrollably in my head, but I have decided to make the necessary effort to sum them up and to arrange them into sections and possibly sub-sections for the easy understanding of them all.

So, let’s proceed with this discourse by first looking at how aceleritas, the acceleration of light, comes into physics.

How the Acceleration of Light Comes into Physics

What I want to say now has been said repeatedly in my previous scientific articles but due to the nature of this article, it would be worthy to repeat it.

Now, it is easy to dismiss the new discovery of the acceleration of light simply because we have been observing the electromagnetic wave for a long time now and there is no evidence of light ever accelerating.

So, because of this, it is easy to dismiss and even mock the idea of the acceleration of light but that would be a quick decision on your part. You must first know how the acceleration of light comes into physics before you can criticize this very important discovery.

Listen: The acceleration of light comes into physics when we want to understand the nature of the atomic world or what I usually call the electrical universe.

This is because outside the atomic world light travels at a constant speed and never accelerates. It is only outside the atomic world that the fact that light travels at a constant speed as Maxwell showed holds.

Inside the atomic world, we arrive at a new discovery, which is that light accelerates. So, this new discovery is making us realize that all we have been saying for the past three centuries about light travelling at a constant speed is as it applies in our world and not in the atomic world.

The portal to the atomic world is just being opened in this post-modern era of physics and we are realizing that Maxwell’s theory is no longer universal to light and in all domains of the universe.

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This is what the acceleration of light first implies against Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism which does not take into account the acceleration of light.

This criticism further stands when we consider that the acceleration of light comes into physics when we study the atomic world or atomic phenomena and not the non-atomic world or non-atomic phenomena.

So, know from this section that the acceleration of light is an atomic reality and not a non-atomic reality where light travels at a constant speed. This understanding shows you how we have been wrong about light being only a wave travelling at a constant speed.

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For all non-atomic phenomena of which human observation is a part of, light maintains a constant speed, but for all atomic phenomena, light accelerates. This is the origin of the divide between the atomic world and the non-atomic world.

The Resolution of Maxwell’s Question

I have thought about how best to resolve the Maxwell’s question and I have taken that it would be better if we address separately the whole aspects of thought that this question raises.

In this regard, I see the Maxwell’s question as the outcome of three other sub-questions that I want to address separately so that you will understand what this new discovery of the acceleration of light implies for Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism.

These series of sub-questions will show the three important conditions that Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism does not satisfy and they begin with the question:

1. Does Maxwell’s Theory Satisfy Atomic Phenomena?

It should be obvious from the previous section that Maxwell’s theory does not satisfy atomic phenomena. Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism does not present the nature of light in the atomic world.

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Why is this important? This is important because it was the observation of atomic phenomena that motivated or initiated the path that led to Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism in the first place.

It all began with Faraday and his early research on electricity and magnetism and both where phenomena occurring in the atomic world.

So, for Maxwell to have presented us a theory that sought to explain how these phenomena are due to light without making mention of the acceleration of light which is the nature of light for all atomic phenomena is a crucial oversight we cannot overlook!

It undermines the entire purported success of the theory and because of this Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism does not satisfy atomic phenomena.

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And remembering that it was Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism that ratified the fact that light is an electromagnetic wave, one is forced to ask: would this conclusion have followed if Maxwell knew about the acceleration of light, aceleritas? This important question is what is paraphrased below as:

2. Does Maxwell’s Theory Satisfy the Acceleration of Light?

The question above can also be said to be: Is the acceleration of light associated with light’s reported internal nature as an electromagnetic wave?

It is quite a long question and we have become so used to light being an electromagnetic wave that it becomes very strange to think that it is not. But we must always remember that it wasn’t so before Maxwell.

Maxwell (and Faraday) taught us to call light an electromagnetic wave. So, does this new discovery of the acceleration of light invalidate this? 

To address this question, we simply have to look at how the acceleration of light was discovered in post-modern physics. The acceleration of light was a result of the discovery of the absolute nature of light and this absolute nature of light is that light is a limit of inertia.

So, in post-modern physics, the acceleration of light is associated with light as a limit of inertia and not as an electromagnetic wave. This also applies to the speed of light in post-modern physics.

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The equation first shown above for the speed of light shows us how the speed of light is associated with electromagnetism (the electric field and the magnetic field) in Maxwell’s theory. But in post-modern physics, it is not so.

A beam of laser light

A beam of laser light

What we call the speed of light and what we call the acceleration of light are qualitatively associated with the absolute nature of light as a limit of inertia and are not quantitatively associated with light as an electromagnetic wave as Maxwell’s theory would assume.

And even at that, the concept of the speed of light and the acceleration of light are relative, superficial concepts in post-modern physics. In post-modern physics, what is duly represented in the equations is the absolute nature of light as a limit of inertia.

So, know today that in post-modern physics, the acceleration of light and even the speed of light are qualitatively associated with the absolute natures of light unlike in classical physics or Maxwell’s theory where we have only the speed of light and which is quantitatively associated with the electric and the magnetic fields.

The real, internal nature of light is that it is a limit of inertia and not an electromagnetic wave like Maxwell’s theory has made us think all these while.

The new discovery of the acceleration of light is making see light beyond the concept of the electromagnetic field and to what I will call for the first time the inertiatic field. Light in its true, internal nature is an inertiatic wave being a limit of inertia.

So, we can, therefore, say that: The acceleration of light is associated with light as an inertiatic wave and not as an electromagnetic wave. This is why Maxwell’s theory does not satisfy the acceleration of light. 

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In post-modern physics, we only look superficially at the unity of electricity and magnetism as they refer to the electric field and the magnetic field respectively, because we aware that at a deeper level light is not an electromagnetic wave, rather it is an inertiatic wave.

This inertiatic wave is what produces the acceleration of light. From this scientific article, we see that we cannot both refer to light as an inertiatic wave and also as an electromagnetic wave, one must be the truth and it is the former.

Thus, light does not spread out in space as an electromagnetic wave but as an inertiatic wave, as a limit of inertia, and I don’t know why it has taken me up till now to suggest this new way of referring to light as an inertiatic wave.

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The concept of light as an inertiatic wave will become more in use as post-modern physics progresses, though for now I still refer to light as an electromagnetic wave, which is just a term that its meaning or implication is separated from Maxwell’s conceptions of it.

You must always remember this whenever I make mention of the electromagnetic wave in the context of post-modern physics.

Maxwell’s theory led to the unification of electricity and magnetism as they refer to the electric field and the magnetic field respectively, but in post-modern physics, we make use of the term “electromagnetic field” with a more unified understanding which is emphatically post-modern.

This is why I usually use the term POST-MODERN ELECTROMAGNETISM so that you can see and notice all the differences it has from classical electromagnetism. Post-modern electromagnetism is a whole new level of understanding the nature of light of which some are been discussed in this scientific article for the first time and more will come soon.

Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism cannot satisfy the acceleration of light which is associated with light as an inertiatic field and not an electromagnetic field.

The true nature of the field that exists around a magnet and around a current-carrying-conductor is an inertiatic field and not really an electromagnetic field and this field is what we have been referring to as light.

This is the new picture of light that is emerging from this new era of physics and this new picture of light as really an inertiatic field and not really an electromagnetic field will be important when we want to discuss the relationship between the manifestations of light and those of matter. I hope to discuss this in a future article.

Following this new picture of light emerging from post-modern physics is a whole new picture of reality which is metaphysical and in this regard the third sub-question follows:

3. Does Maxwell’s Theory Satisfy as a Metaphysical Theory?

The new official science is focused only on metaphysical theories which are the only theories that can make us understand the universe. It is different from the old official science which was focused on physical theories which it wrongly held could make us understand the universe.

In this regard, Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism is a completely physical theory against absolute relativity which is metaphysical and which is the theory that has introduced us to the acceleration of light for the very first time in scientific history.

So, the acceleration of light is as a result of the metaphysical understanding of the universe. The whole structure of space and time upon which the concept of the acceleration of light was derived is completely metaphysical and alien to Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism.

In post-modern physics, we talk about absolute space and time and what the inertiatic nature of light is within their framework and not about the relative space and time where Maxwell placed his electromagnetic nature of light.

Thus, the acceleration of light is not a concept that can simply be derived or incorporated into Maxwell’s theory without some huge implications for the concept and for space and time in Maxwell’s theory; its origin and application in post-modern physics is different.

The acceleration of light is applied in absolute relativity and it is derived from the absolute natures of space and time as applied in the theory. So, Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism does not satisfy as a metaphysical theory which could have led to the discovery of the acceleration of light.

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The first ever metaphysical, unification theory of the universe is invalidating all other unification theories of physics and Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism which unified magnetism and electricity is no exception.

Since Newton, we have had about three physical unification theories, but now we have just one metaphysical unification theory to rule them all.

These three questions and how they are addressed by post-modern physics will be brought together with further points in our next section on crucial discussion.

Crucial Discussion  

It all began in this blog with the elucidation that classical physics emphasizes that light is a unified field of magnetism and electricity, but post-modern physics emphasizes that light is an undivided field of magnetism and electricity.

It thus implies that physics never needed Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism which divided these fields even though it sought to present their unity.

In post-modern physics, we refer to light as an electromagnetic field without any association with the electric field and the magnetic field. It has become just a term and it still persists because it has become very customary to refer to light as an electromagnetic field.

Also, it is a strong position in post-modern physics that there can be no such thing as motion due to either the electric field or the magnetic field, only light in its undivided essence can cause the motion of bodies.

But all the above is still at a superficial, relative level of understanding. This scientific article is for the first time making reference of the absolute level of understanding light, and it is clear from this article that the true undivided essence of light is that it is an inertiatic wave.

When I began proposing the absolute nature of light, I never knew how much it would confront Maxwell’s idea or theory until now. It has become clearer to me, though it was to some extent before, that the acceleration of light cannot be associated with light as an electromagnetic field.

This would not have been more important if not for the new truth that the acceleration of light is what applies in the atomic world and not the speed of light.

With the acceleration of light which is associated with the inertia essence of light come also force and the energy in Joules/s2, and it is by these absolute quantities that the inertiatic field is able to produce the effects we see around a magnet and around an electrical body.

The whole understanding of force and energy that accompanies the acceleration of light is not found or implied in Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism.

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From the above, you will begin to realize all the more how the discovery of the acceleration of light invalidates Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism. We no longer need the magnetic field around the magnet or the electric field around an electrical body.

Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism is invalided since it does not satisfy atomic phenomena, cannot incorporate the acceleration of light and does not pass as a metaphysical theory.

Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism is invalided since it does not satisfy atomic phenomena, cannot incorporate the acceleration of light and does not pass as a metaphysical theory.Click To Tweet

Science is now in a new age where the metaphysical nature of the universe is paramount. The dispensation of the world has changed and we are now in a metaphysical universe.

This simple recognition of the character of our time is enough for us to abandon the old physical theories which never furnished us with the true understanding of the universe and embrace the new metaphysical way of understanding the universe.

Every of our criticism of the old unification theories begins with the fact that they are physical theories. Post-modern physics confronts every unification theory since Newton because of this, and Maxwell’s unification theory which is the focus of this scientific article is no exception.

We are now going beyond electromagnetism and it is somewhat contradictory that I still speak of electromagnetism in post-modern physics. This can pass for now if you realize like I have said, that we have become too used to refer to light as an electromagnetic field.

And even if in post-modern physics we refer to light as an electromagnetic field, it is now a term that its meaning is no longer classical or Maxwellian.

Remember what I have told you about the new scientific method, which is that it enables us to traverse the physical universe and the metaphysical universe. This is why we talk about light in a physical way as being electromagnetic and also in a metaphysical way as being inertiatic, though the latter is the absolute truth.

I believe that with time and as you continue to visit this blog, you will understand this my method better and we will together engage in its application.

In post-modern physics, we are completely dismissing the longly held essence of light as an electromagnetic wave. We are beginning to see light as an inertiatic wave and this is when we want to discuss light in its true absolute essence.

How the concept of the acceleration of light or aceleritas can proceed without Maxwell’s theory has little to do with the fact that it is a part of absolute relativity than it has to do with the fact that it has emerged from an absolute understanding of the universe.

The acceleration of light is the result of absolute relativity which is based on absolute physics and not relative physics, so it is fundamentally independent of Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism which is based on relative physics.

We can no longer continue to make mention of physics without specifying the physics we are referring to. Aceleritas, the acceleration of light, is the result of absolute physics and not of relative physics.

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So, from this scientific article, I want you to really see how Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism does not satisfy atomic phenomena, how the acceleration of light is associated with light as an inertiatic wave and not an electromagnetic wave and to also see the fact that Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism is physical and not metaphysical.

When you begin to see all these things pointed out to you in this scientific article incorporated with the new understanding of electromagnetism, you will then begin to realize how post-modern physics is showing us a deeper understanding of light and of the extensive universe.

The discovery of the acceleration of light is therefore important for Maxwell’s theory because it has come from another understanding of the internal nature of light as a limit of inertia. If this were not so, then it would have been easy to see how the acceleration of light is associated with Maxwell’s theory and could have been as a result of it.

Conclusion

The new discovery of the acceleration of invalidates Maxwell’s theory as is evident from this article. The whole concepts of the acceleration of light and of the speed of light are now the results of the fact that light is an inertiatic wave.

Thus, we no longer have the need for Maxwell’s theory which taught us about the electromagnetic nature of light. And remember that Maxwell’s theory quantitatively associated the speed of light with electromagnetism, but as said, in post-modern physics, it is not so.

In post-modern physics, both the speed of light and the acceleration of light are qualitatively associated with inertiatism or the inertiatic nature of light. So, the most absolute term for light as a wave is that it is an inertiatic wave. Please don’t forget this.

The introduction of the acceleration of light which is associated with the inertiatic nature of light and which represents the exact nature of atomic phenomena which Maxwell’s theory was set out to explain but didn’t is what invalidates Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism.

I think it is better to conclude this scientific article by listing why the discovery of the acceleration of light invalidates Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism for it shows that:

1. Maxwell’s theory does not satisfy atomic phenomena.

2. Maxwell’s theory does not satisfy the acceleration of light which is not associated with light as an electromagnetic wave.

3. Maxwell’s theory does not satisfy as a metaphysical theory.

Understanding what has been listed above will make it clear to you how post-modern physics addresses the Maxwell’s question and you can go further to conceive your own thoughts about this.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa 

Addendum: It might interest you to see what I did to the wave equation of light in the scientific article below. It is among the redemptive efforts of post-modern physics.

The only theory I do not suppose that it applies to is general relativity; every other physical theory can be infused, transformed or even re-established by the metaphysical insights of post-modern physics.

So, there is still hope even for Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism criticized in this scientific article. I just always want us to remember that in the light of absolute truth, only one theory can stand as the theory of the universe.



M. V. Echa

M. V. Echa

My message is the universe, my truth is the universe, and this blog contains all you need to know about the universe, from the true nature of reality to the long-sought unity of the cosmos — which is the big picture!