Re: Need help comprehending EM
Tesla List wrote:
> >From ed-at-alumni.caltech.eduThu Jul 18 22:39:34 1996
> Date: Thu, 18 Jul 1996 16:36:57 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "Edward V. Phillips" <ed-at-alumni.caltech.edu>
> To: tesla-at-pupman-dot-com
> Subject: Re: Need help comprehending EM
> Re: "Forget Maxwell! He's dead! Do your own work!"
> That sounds a little extreme. In our business we do a
> great deal of first order, second order, and even fancier modeling
> based on math models based on Maxwell's equations, and they give
> answers as good as the approximations involved, converging exact
> results in analytic and testable cases. Not sure whether your
> reference is to high-energy particle physics, where things are
> potentially very much different.
> Any further explanation?
> Ed Phillips
If you will note in my post, I mentioned that this "statement" was
extreme, but the message was received and decoded by me in the proper
perspective and context.
I even noted in my post that most of Maxwell's equations seem to satisfy
many engineering requirements.
It was the core theoretical model and visualization which I was not too
Richard Hull, TCBOR