The Supersystem and Its Considerations

In classical electrodynamics, the Maxwell-Heaviside-Lorentz equations implicitly assume a local flat spacetime and no net action by the vacuum {561}. Both these implied assumptions are false. All real EM systems involve interactions with both curvatures of spacetime and the active vacuum. Yet to try to include both additional interactions requires a unified field theory approach, such as that of Sachs {562}. Unfortunately, any unified field theory is replete with quite difficult mathematics, little of which can be illustrated pictorially or simply.

What is required — at least for most electrical engineers and applied electrical scientists — is a conceptual way of visually thinking about the EM system in a way that is consistent with unified field theory to something like first order, but which can also be conceptualized easily.

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