Photon is made of how many electric and magnetic fields, you say?
Please show me that equation where I can see how E and B interact.
I'm using the same E and B fields as Maxwell, only I do calculations per point particle, so why do you think I would not to arrive to the same result?
- What is the relation between the speed of light and the curl of the curl of E and B field?
- Can E and B interact, do we add magnetic and electric vectors, do we superimpose them, or do electric only interact with electric and magnetic with magnetic fields?
How about we take on some practical experiment and actually see what will work and what will not work?
Me too, but without any help, I'll need time. Do you think Maxwell's equations were not derived from Coulomb's law and Biot-Savart law?
No, they do not. I explained 'induction' above. Please, show the equation you believe describes this interaction of E and B field.
What is expression for E and B in Maxwell's equations?
Yes, kind of like that, but the other way around.
This the whole point behind my arguments, thanks for that.
1.) Maxwell's equation are about em field potentials - Coulomb's law and Biot-Savart law, but approximated in relation to currents and charge densities.
2.) Lorentz force equation is about em fields and forces - Coulomb's law, Biot-Savart law, Coulomb and Lorentz force, but in relation to point charges, no approximations.
These two deal with the same E and B fields, all the same constants are there, all the relations, divergence, curl, flux or whatever is there. There is nothing in 1. that is not in 2, but there are things in 2. that are not in 1. Were approximations for charge densities and current potentials in Maxwell's equations derived from the point particle equations or was it the other way around?