The Post-modern Meaning of Electromagnetism

Author’s Note: One of the main aims of the author in his discussions of post-modern electromagnetism is to bring to the attention of the reader how electromagnetism and the concepts associated with it have become redefined based on the new relativistic mechanics and not based on their classical electrodynamical descriptions.

In addition, this scientific article as well as others on post-modern electromagnetism are bringing to your attention how the new science, absolute science, and not just a new scientific theory is changing our understanding of electromagnetism and the concepts associated with it, and it is the opinion of the author that as we delve deeper into the new science, these new interpretations of the concepts of electromagnetism will become more evident and well understood and they will also become the only paradigm of physics.

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In my earlier scientific articles on post-modern electromagnetism, I have been explicit about the new fact that the term electromagnetism as it applies to light having an electric field component and a magnetic field component does not apply in post-modern physics.

I made it clear that the reference to light as an electromagnetic wave only has its exact scientific meaning in classical physics and that in post-modern physics light is an inertiatic wave and not an electromagnetic wave.

However, I was of the opinion that the reference to light as an electromagnetic wave would continue in post-modern physics since it has become such a long used term to refer to light and this opinion still stands.

So I saw no real scientific meaning in referring to light as an electromagnetic wave but on further considering what post-modern physics informs us about light and its interactions with electrical and magnetic bodies, I saw that there is a way we can still attach scientific meaning to electromagnetism in post-modern physics even though it is different from how it was in classical physics.

This is why I have decided to write this great scientific article so that I can inform you of the post-modern meaning of electromagnetism, but before I proceed, I want to make an important distinction between how electromagnetism is attached to light in classical physics and how it is attached to light in post-modern physics.

In classical physics, electromagnetism is directly attached to light, but in post-modern physics, electromagnetism is indirectly attached to light. Understanding this distinction will make it easy for you to understand the post-modern meaning of electromagnetism.

In classical physics, electromagnetism is directly attached to light, but in post-modern physics, electromagnetism is indirectly attached to light.Click To Tweet

According to scientific history, the great experimentalist and physicists Michael Faraday was the first to suggest that light was some sort of electromagnetic wave. But it would take the theoretical efforts of another physicist called Clerk Maxwell to prove that yes, light is an electromagnetic wave that travels at the speed of 3 × 108 m/s.

Maxwell informed us that light consists of the electric field and the magnetic field which are perfectly orthogonal to each other. How the electric field and the magnetic field are the components of light is exactly what I mean by the distinction that electromagnetism is directly attached to light in classical physics.

So know from this scientific article that direct electromagnetism which is what classical physics informs us about light refers to how light in its internal nature is described as consisting of the electric field and the magnetic field.

Now, after these discoveries, it would take some years later, after the demise of Faraday and Maxwell, for another profound discovery about the nature of light to be made. This next discovery about the nature of light came from another theory called relativity.

The theory of relativity revealed that light is a limit of motion but the theory of relativity as it was established by Albert Einstein and the rest did not disprove or confront any of Maxwell’s idea about the internal nature of light. Einstein’s relativity did not in any way confront the fundamental nature of light as an electromagnetic wave.

The new discoveries about light in Einstein’s relativity are only of a dynamical nature and none referred to the internal nature of light. So light remained an electromagnetic wave even in modern physics, but in post-modern physics, this very imbibed conceptual understanding of the internal nature of light becomes challenged.

In post-modern physics, we come into contact with absolute relativity and though this theory is mathematically similar to Einstein’s modern relativity, it confronts the electromagnetic nature of light.

Modern relativity does not inform us of any new thing about the internal nature of light, but post-modern relativity does. Post-modern relativity informs us that light is a limit of inertia and not an electromagnetic wave and it does this in a manner that tells us that light consists of inertia and not of electric and magnetic fields.

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In modern physics, the electric field and the magnetic field are seen as the contents of light, but in post-modern physics, inertia is seen as the content of light. This new view in post-modern physics is extensive in that it also applies to matter and to the gravi-electromagnetic wave.

In modern physics, the electric field and the magnetic field are seen as the contents of light, but in post-modern physics, inertia is seen as the content of light.Click To Tweet

So, because inertia is the true unreducable content of light, light is referred to as an inertiatic wave. When you consider this deeply, you will begin to see why electromagnetism is not directly attached to light in post-modern physics.

It is now standard in post-modern physics to refer to light as an electromagnetic wave only because of its external influence on atomic particles which in turn produces electricity during their aligned translation and magnetism during aligned rotation and not because light consists of the electric field and the magnetic field.

The above is what I mean by indirect electromagnetism. Electricity is simply what is associated with the aligned translation of electrons while magnetism is simply what is associated with the aligned spin of electrons and light as an inertiatic wave is what causes both the aligned translation and rotation of electrons.

Basically, we say that there is electricity when atomic particles like a group of electrons move in one direction and we say that there is magnetism when atomic particles like a group of electrons spin tangentially in one direction.

So, what we call electricity and magnetism, as post-modern physics shows us, are external observations due to the motional effects of light on atomic particles in the atomic world, and they do not mean that the electric field and the magnetic field exist as classical physics has made us understand.

It is in post-modern physics that we delve into the actual mechanism by which light can produce these two distinct motions of atomic particles without making reference to the internal nature of light as an electromagnetic wave. This is important and it is what it means to understand electromagnetism based on relativistic mechanics and not Maxwell’s classical electrodynamics.

In relativistic mechanics, the mechanism by which light moves an electron in the atomic world is what is responsible for the external observations of electricity and magnetism, and this mechanism can be explained without reference to the internal nature of light as an electromagnetic wave.

The above is not the case in classical physics where we have direct electromagnetism and light is referred to as an electromagnetic wave because it internally consists of the electric field and the magnetic field with or without any reference to the phenomena of electricity and magnetism.

Another important thing to notice about the distinction between classical electromagnetism and post-modern electromagnetism is how light in its completion as an inertiatic wave is what influences both electrical and magnetic bodies in post-modern electromagnetism.

But on the other hand, in classical electromagnetism, the divided components of light are what separately influence electrical and magnetic bodies in that two electrical bodies interact by the electric field while two magnets or magnetic bodies interact by the magnetic field.

This is why it is said that electrical bodies are bodies that have electric charge while magnetic bodies are bodies that have magnetic charge. So, any two electrical bodies interact by their intervening electric fields while any two magnetic bodies interact by their intervening magnetic fields.

The above is how light influences electrical and magnetic bodies in classical physics. In classical physics, the electric field and magnetic field can become separated respectively for electrical bodies and for magnetic bodies.

This possible separation of the components of light into the electric field and the magnetic field in classical physics is a problem that requires unification. This is why in post-modern physics, light in its completion as what consists of inertia is what influences both electrical bodies and magnets or magnetic bodies.

So, the effective action of light in post-modern physics is electromagnetic and not either electric or magnetic, and it is undividedly electromagnetic to reflect that light in its completion as an inertiatic wave is responsible for electricity and magnetism which are respectively the translatory and rotatory effects of light on electrical bodies or preferably atomic particles like electrons and protons.

What we call electricity and magnetism now have a purely mechanistic description in post-modern physics or in relativistic mechanics and not an electrodynamical description as found in classical physics or in Maxwell’s electrodynamics.

What we call electricity and magnetism now have a purely mechanistic description in post-modern physics and not an electrodynamical description as found in classical physics.Click To Tweet

What we call electricity and magnetism have become mechanistic phenomena due to the absolute force of light and not electrodynamical phenomena due to the electric field and the magnetic field of light.

Thus, you must remember that in post-modern physics light is only referred to as an electromagnetic wave because of its motional effects on atomic particles which results in the external observations or phenomena of electricity and magnetism and not because of the existence of the electric and the magnetic fields.

In addition, post-modern physics informs us about how light really influences electrical bodies in the atomic world which in turn produces what we call electricity and magnetism. In post-modern physics, we learn that light carries force and the new energy in J/s2.

This is how light causes the translatory and the rotatory motions of atomic bodies. In what we call electricity, light causes the aligned translation of electrons while in magnetism light causes the aligned spin or rotation of electrons.

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Can you see from the above that I did not say that during electricity, the electric field causes the aligned translation of electrons while in magnetism the magnetic field causes the aligned spin or rotation of electrons?

It should become obvious that in post-modern physics we describe the interactions between light and matter without any reference to the electric field and the magnetic field.

This is because internally light is an inertiatic wave and not an electromagnetic wave. And coupled with the newly discovered truth that light carries force in the atomic world, we now have a better understanding of the interactions between light and matter.

In post-modern physics, we have a unified understanding of light as not consisting of the two possibly divided components referred to as the electric field and the magnetic field but as consisting of the single undivided component referred to as inertia.

Thus, the term electromagnetism is not attached to the internal nature of light but to the external phenomena of electricity and magnetism which are respectively due to the translatory and rotatory effects of light on atomic particles like the electron and the proton. 

In other words, electromagnetism refers to the external effects of light as an inertiatic wave on atomic particles i.e. electricity is what occurs when light as an inertiatic wave causes the translation of electrons while magnetism is what occurs when light as an inertiatic wave causes the rotation of electrons.

So, I am not denying the existence of electricity and of magnetism but I am confronting and denying the classical explanations of these phenomena. Classical electrodynamics informs us that both phenomena are caused by light because it is made up of an electric field and a magnetic field.

But post-modern relativistic mechanics informs us that both phenomena are caused by light because it is an inertiatic wave carrying force and thus can cause the translation of electrons for electricity and the rotation of electrons for magnetism.

Furthermore, it is important to see that Maxwell’s theory of electrodynamics which informs us that light is internally an electromagnetic wave is a fundamentally different theory from absolute relativity which informs us that light is internally an inertiatic wave.

Both would probably have stood side by side if not for the intrusion of absolute relativity into explaining electricity and magnetism differently from their classical explanations.

Also, Maxwell’s electrodynamics is based on relative physics but absolute relativity is based on absolute physics. So both theories do not have the same epistemological foundation.

This understanding goes beyond this scientific article and can be only fully grasped when one has studied both theories and see how basic concepts such as space and time have different meanings in both theories.

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In post-modern physics and in absolute relativity, we have a mechanistic explanation of electricity and magnetism which is different from Maxwell’s electrodynamical explanation.

Consequently, in post-modern physics, electricity and magnetism are understood as they are founded and due to the principle of non-inertia which is the core principle of motion in the atomic world.

It is by seeing electricity and magnetism through the lens of relativistic mechanics that you begin to see the non-electromagnetic nature of light. We now understand electricity and magnetism through simple core principles of motion that operate in the atomic world and not through the electromagnetic nature of light itself.

We now understand electricity and magnetism through simple core principles of motion that operate in the atomic world and not through the electromagnetic nature of light itself.Click To Tweet

We no longer understand these phenomena through Maxwell’s electrodynamics or Ohm’s et al electrical mechanics and this satisfies the yearning of physicists to accomplish one theoretical and unified understanding of all phenomena in the universe. 

Light is referred to as an electromagnetic wave in post-modern physics only as it causes electricity and magnetism which in their final understanding are the motional effects of light on atomic particles.

So we need mechanics to really understand electricity and magnetism and not electrodynamics. And this purely mechanistic explanation of electricity and magnetism is what post-modern physics presents.

This understanding is important so that you can know how post-modern physics approaches even the interactions of electrical and magnetic bodies. Everything about post-modern electromagnetism is explained on the basis of relativistic mechanics and not classical electrodynamics.

Light in its internal nature is not an electromagnetic wave neither can it be divided into what consists of an electric field and a magnetic field, but it motional effects on atomic particles can be divided into what produces electricity and magnetism.

Light is referred to as an electromagnetic wave in post-modern physics because of its effects and not because of its internal nature unlike in classical physics where light is referred to as an electromagnetic wave because of its internal nature.

Now, let’s present the mechanistic definition of electromagnetism in post-modern physics which is defined thus:

Definition: In post-modern physics, electromagnetism is defined as the study of the motional effects of light on atomic particles as they produce the two phenomena of electricity and magnetism and divide matter as such.

The motional effects of light being referred to are the translatory and rotatory motions of atomic particles which respectively produce electricity and magnetism and also divide matter into electrical bodies and magnetic bodies or magnets, this case being natural magnets.

The above definition of electromagnetism is obviously devoid of any reference to light as an electromagnetic wave, and even though we sometimes call light an electromagnetic wave in post-modern physics, it is for two reasons.

The first reason is that we have become used to it and the second reason which is what is being discussed in this scientific article is that the motional effects of light on atomic bodies are what produce the phenomena or the external observations of electricity and magnetism.

Light is an electromagnetic wave as it is responsible for the external observations of electricity and magnetism and not because it internally consists of electric and magnetic fields. This is the new scientific meaning of electromagnetism and also of the reference to light as an electromagnetic wave in post-modern physics.

Light is an electromagnetic wave as it is responsible for the external observations of electricity and magnetism and not because it internally consists of electric and magnetic fields.Click To Tweet

The concepts of electric and magnetic fields are what post-modern physics is carefully abolishing from physics. Light in its full undivided nature is always the intervening field between electrical and magnetic bodies and it is what is responsible for their interactions as discussed in this scientific article.

In post-modern physics, we only consider light and the gravi-electromagnetic wave as the only two non-mechanical fields that mediate the interactions of matter; no other conceptual sub-divisions of these fields are allowed, referring to the electric field and the magnetic field.

We should no longer conceive in physics of the possible separation of the internal components of light. This is not in accordance with scientific truth and with the universal spirit of synthesis that now simplifies and brings together the formerly divided aspects of physics.

Until next time,

I will be here.

– M. V. Echa

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