16.18 - Magnetism - Feynman

“It is not possible to understand the magnetic effects of materials in any honest way from the point of view of classical physics.” Richard Feynman, 1965 Nobel Prize winning physicist.

We gotta love Feynman's honesty. He demolishes arrogance in pursuit of truth. I agree with him that orthodox science does not have so much as a clue concerning the innermost functionings of either electricity or magnetism. Therefore they do not have an explanation we can work with. So let's use the ones presented by those who did more, in a fundamental way, with those two forces, states or conditions than anyone before or since - Keely, Russell and Nikola Tesla.

Created by Trene. Last Modification: Wednesday December 14, 2011 23:04:25 MST by Trene.