This was the pre ECE era and B(3) became well known among the high topology electrodynamicists: Horwitz, Lehnert, Barrett, Harmuth, Vigier, Kielich and so on. Many of them. The higher topology always exists and B(3) always exists, otherwise 3 D collapses to 2 – D in 3 – D, reduction to absurdity. The standard people had to hang on to zero photon mass otherwise their whole world would implode.
In a message dated 30/01/2014 13:50:28 GMT Standard Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
This is an interesting paper and will take a while to digest it. It is pleasing to note that he included the B(3) field in his studies (p561).
On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 1:29 AM, <EMyrone> wrote:
I am most grateful to Steve for this, not least because it contains very nice illustrations of Beltrami flow and goes in to higher topology electrodynamics and phenomena in plasma physics not explicable by the standard model. I agree that I should not put it on the blog because of copyright and is being distributed to scholars for their private use. This is from M. W. Evans Ed., “Modern Nonlinear Optics”, a special topical issue of I. Prigogine and S. A. Rice (Eds.) “Advances in Chemical Physics” (Wiley Interscience, New York, 2001, second edition), volume 119(3). This will be in any good library. It is an award winning production in six volumes and two editions. The first edition was edited by Stanislaw Kielich and myself.
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Hello Myron. I don’t know if this duplicates the link that was sent out earlier, so I thought, since my research dept. found it, I would forward it on. Since I got this through the University, it probably should not go on the blog, but just to people who may need it.