Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Electron beam's magnetic field is not the result of electron motion

This paper comes from Jean de Climont.

Dear Sir,

In the current theoretical approach, there are two potential causes of magnetic fields: the translation of electrons of Maxwell's equations and the magnetic moment of electrons used in the explanation of magnetism of materials. This situation is not in conformity with the principle of causal specific uniqueness applicable to elementary phenomena, and with the Ockham's simplicity principle as well.
I am pleased to send you a report presenting an experience that should settle the question.

Electron beams magnetic field is not the result of electron motion but the result of the intrinsic magnetic moment.


 Yours very sincerely,


Thank you for your paper. I apologize for not seeing it sooner. This is an important experiment the author has produced. Thanks for taking the time to send it to me.

Aaron Guerami


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