My main question is if the Maxwell equations have been generalized to include extra dimensions in an generally accepted form, or is it still under investigation? I've already read http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/0609260v4 but I didn't quite like the add-hoc assertion We assert that in all the traditional (3 + 1) D curl operations and cross products in physics [...] one of the vectors involved is actually an antisymmetric second rank tensor. Moreover, even we accept the above assertion, the resulting equations loose the aesthetic symmetry of classical Maxwell equations, a fact that in physics is always a warning message of something wrong. Furthermore the following article http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/0106235v2 makes things even more confusing as it states that Feynman derived the first set of Maxwell (relativistic) equations starting from the non relativistic Newton's second law! Since I am a Physician only by hobby (my real occupation is Electrical Engineer) I can not totally follow the advanced mathematical/physics concepts in the relative articles I am asking your help for clarifying these things.