385(3): Complete Solution for the Electric Dipole Field

This note shows that the electric dipole field is irrotational, curl E = 0, and that its vector potential is Eq. (27) where omega sub 0 is a fundamental constant of nature, the rest frequency in hertz of the vacuum particle discovered in PECE2 (UFT366). Therefore omega sub 0 is given by the well known de Broglie equation (34), where the mass of the vacuum particle can be calculated from the missing mass of the universe as in PECE2. Louis de Broglie first devised this equation for photon rest mass, which is incorrectly zero in the standard model. The calculation and concepts in this note conserve antisymmetry provded that the vector spin connections are correctly calculated from Eq. (27). This can be done in any coordinate system. In general any static electric field conserves antisymmetry, a major step forward for ECE2 theory. The static electric field is defined by curl E = 0, and partial B / partial t = 0 from the Faraday Law of Induction. A particular solution of the latter equation is B = 0, the solution used in this note. Note carefully that in the standard model, a static electric field does not have a vector potential, so the standard model violates the fundamental antisymmetry of the electromagnetic field tensor. The standard model violates the first antisymmetry law of ECE2, Eq. (1) of this note This was first shown in UFT131 ff. and the conclusion has been accepted by the vast readership of ECE and ECE2. Physics is divided therefore into two major schools of thought.

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