restrocausality like the TI intepretation?
Mar 24, 2010 #2 Eynstone 336 0 Maxwell's equations don't change if we replace time by its negative. This doesn't imply retro-causality ; the speed of propogation is constant.
Maxwell's equations don't change if we replace time by its negative. This doesn't imply retro-causality ; the speed of propogation is constant.
Mar 24, 2010 #3 cesiumfrog 2,009 5 Do you know http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wheeler%E2%80%93Feynman_absorber_theory" [Broken]? Last edited by a moderator: May 4, 2017
Mar 25, 2010 #4 Meir Achuz Science Advisor Homework Helper Gold Member 3,605 167 Maxwell's equations are incomplete without boundary conditions. Causality is put in as a physical boundary condition in solving the wave equation. Advanced solutions are also useful mathematically, but not as the physical result.
Maxwell's equations are incomplete without boundary conditions. Causality is put in as a physical boundary condition in solving the wave equation. Advanced solutions are also useful mathematically, but not as the physical result.