Maxwell's equations in the covariant form are the most general relations expressing electromagnetic phenomena in the presence of gravity.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now [tex]\nabla[/tex]B=0

does not follow in a general way as a necessary condition from the covariant form of the Maxwell's equations.

We can always calculate the classical three divergence[does't matter what Maxwell's equations are saying] and if

[tex]\nabla[/tex]B[tex]\neq[/tex]0

B has sources which may be identified with magnetic monopoles, created by the action of gravity!

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# Magnetic Monopoles and Gravity

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