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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: The First NFB theory
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Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 12:16:51 +0100
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"Reg Edwards" wrote in message
> Whilst on the subject of Maxwell, are you aware that the four famous
> equations describing electro-magnetic radiation, which have for many
> appeared in all the World's physics books and invariably attributed to
> Maxwell, are in fact due entirely to Oliver Heaviside.
> The many people who show how learned they are by quoting 'Maxwell's
> Equations' have obviously never seen the work of Maxwell let alone
> understood it.
> Heaviside was robbed - as he was of the credit for other of his great
Well, this is not really correct. Maxwell's Equations *are* Maxwell's.
Heaviside simple put them into a simplified *notation*. Heavisides
version i.e. the ones we know, contain no new content from Maxwell's
original form. Maxwell's original Equations are just the full expansion
in components of the vector form.
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