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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread Bruce's 'Baffled' SO4 Thread..

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    I think it is correct to make a complaint about Wittenbach's materials on this forum - https://www.researchgate.net/p…hysics-20-new-SO4-physics
    In his article "The proton, electron structure, its
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
    (Quote from Bruce__H)

    Attention should be paid to the opinion of G.P. Shpenkov -
    Georgy Shpenkov at 49 minutes 25 seconds outlines his understanding of "mass" in great detail - Electric charge -
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Robert! Finally, get engaged in physics, and do not involve politics in this forum! Study Thomson's treatise ... 1848 ... What is it for? In order to understand THAT that Maxwell led nuclear
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Maxwell's Greatest Fallacy - "Therefore, if the two parts of the conductor have different potentials, then positive electricity moves from the area of higher potential to the area of lower potential as long as this potential difference exists."
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    (Quote from Wyttenbach)

    Understand the simple truth - "The fact that in 1873 Maxwell was mistaken and mistaken is nothing surprising ... This is normal! Another bad thing is that we are modern physicists, who are endowed with tremendous knowledge, do not…
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..



    This was written by Thomson in 1848 !!! Maxwell was then only 17 years old ... All physicists then reasoned in the paradigm of Charles Coulomb. I quote Charles Coulomb -



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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Robert! Thomson quotes Harris and doesn't mind him! Why doesn't Thomson mind Harris? And because then they all reasoned according to the teachings of Charles Coulomb! I gave you a small example ... Read the entire treatise of
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Robert! You contradict yourself! And you confirm my statement - All these physicists - Harris, Thomson, Charles Coulomb, Poisson, Weber, Ampere, reasoned in the paradigm "amount of electricity",
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Why did Maxwell make a forgery? I explain in this article in English - Exposing Maxwell - A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, Part 1, 4.02.2021 - https://cloud.mail.ru/public/1RW8/UmRBsBtPp
    Exposing Maxwell - A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism,
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Robert! No need to dodge! I give you the original texts - read it again -



    Robert! No need to dodge! I give you the original texts - read it again -
    So Thomson wrote -
    «directly as the product of the masses»...
    Maxwell the rogue...

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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Site of the Association of French Physicists 1870 -
    http://cnum.cnam.fr/CGI/fpage.…21-1/381/90/416/0079/0316


    Poisson definition -
    http://cnum.cnam.fr/CGI/fpage.…21-1/386/90/416/0079/0316






    Thomson's definition -
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Page 155 - Charles Coulomb and his law -
    http://cnum.cnam.fr/CGI/fpage.…21-1/165/90/416/0079/0316



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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    Robert! If you have not fully studied the issue, then you do not need to crawl out in public - it looks ridiculous.
    Here is the site - W. Thomson, "Electrostatics and magnetism," 1872 -
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread Bruce's 'Baffled' SO4 Thread..

    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    I agree with you that Cavendish influenced Maxwell ... But now it doesn't matter ... And what is important - the following - the modern formula of the "Coulomb's law" does not belong to Charles Coulomb! The modern formula of the
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread History of the Coulomb Force..

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
    (Quote from RobertBryant)

    It so happened that just today I discovered this wonderful video by Georgy Shpenkov - here is his exposure of Maxwell and critic of Maxwell - with this video he buried the "Maxwellian electrical
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread Clearance Items.

    (Quote from Alan Smith)

    The main thing is not this ... The main thing is different and Filimonenko speaks about this with pleasure and mockery - Fleischman and Pons stole the idea, but did not steal the KNOW-HOW, and therefore, even having received 12…
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread Clearance Items.

    Взаимодействие с другими людьми
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    To make it clear to foreign researchers what Ivan Stepanovich Filimonenko is talking about from 7 minutes 25 seconds of this video - IS Filimonenko I.S. 06/30/2012 -
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  • Cherepanov2020 Reacted with Like to Shane D.’s post in the thread Clearance Items.

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    Wyttenbach insults everyone, so do not take it personally.
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  • Cherepanov2020 Replied to the thread Clearance Items.

    (Quote from magicsound)

    You poorly know history!
    The first who invented the steam locomotive was Richard Trevithick, an engineer from England, who in 1801 first thought about the design of new steam boilers - light and practical, and then patented the
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