An approximate non-quantum calculation of the Aharonov-Bohm effect

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Quantum equations apply to our frame of reference. We do not know, and cannot know, what our frame of reference is, which introduces an element of nebulosity.

We tend not to look for things that we expect not to see, which results in all theories of physics being self-reinforcing. The strategy may be justifiable for billion dollar experiments, but the material cost to measure the E field of a falling magnetic toroid would be less than $10. It might be thought that the outcome of the experiment is generally known, but that is not the case. We still have much to learn about the ways of transforming in space and time.

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Gary Osborn
Anaheim, California

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