## Classical Electrodynamics |

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This simple explanation of aberration contradicts the hypothesis that the velocity

of

or that the ether is dragged along by the earth . In neither case would aberration ...

This simple explanation of aberration contradicts the hypothesis that the velocity

of

**light**is determined by the transmitting medium ( our atmosphere in this case )or that the ether is dragged along by the earth . In neither case would aberration ...

Page 354

4 with starlight , rather than a terrestrial

which could be attributed to a change in the velocity of

motion of the star and the earth . Another experiment on the

binary ...

4 with starlight , rather than a terrestrial

**light**source . No effect was observedwhich could be attributed to a change in the velocity of

**light**due to the relativemotion of the star and the earth . Another experiment on the

**light**from rotatingbinary ...

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10 World line of a system and the

represents the past and the future , while the shaded region outside the cone is

called “ elsewhere . " A point inside ( outside ) the

...

10 World line of a system and the

**light**cone . The unshaded interior of the conerepresents the past and the future , while the shaded region outside the cone is

called “ elsewhere . " A point inside ( outside ) the

**light**cone is said to have a time...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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