Agreement with Classical Equilibrium Thermodynamics

These curtailments of Maxwell's theory resulted in the exclusive building of equilibrium EM systems. These systems obviously obey the classical equilibrium thermodynamics with its infamous second law. Lorentz had unwittingly discarded all that entire class of Maxwellian systems in disequilibrium in their exchange with their active vacuum environment; in those days, there was nothing known about an "active vacuum environment" or broken symmetry in its virtual energy flux. Consequently, Lorentz had discarded all those Maxwellian systems that do not obey classical equilibrium thermodynamics, but do obey the newer thermodynamics of systems far from thermodynamic equilibrium with their active environment. He discarded all permissible C0P>1.0 Maxwellian systems.

However, there was a total agreement between all the EM systems actually built using Lorentz's symmetrized equations and all measurements in their ubiquitous closed current loop circuits — all self-enforcing the Lorentz condition. This led to the iron dogma that all EM systems must inevitably comply with classical equilibrium thermodynamics — the circuits that were built were repeatedly and universally observed to do so!

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