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Old 12-08-2016, 02:52 PM
tswift tswift is offline
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Originally Posted by Solarlab View Post
The devices work for the most part as required, but without a correct EM model, development has become nothing more than the old cut and try brass-board routine.
This, in a nutshell, was the reason behind my original post. The haphazard development by numerous prior inventors and by all of us on here is one gigantic exercise in shooting in the dark. It's time-consuming, expensive, and frequently frustrating. If there were some theoretical or mathematical models that could be used to guide development it would sure help a great deal. Apparently numerous theories either extending or replacing classical electrodynamics have been advanced: does anyone know which, if any, have been experimentally verified, or even what kind of experiment could be used to verify and/or discriminate between the predictions of the various theories?
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