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**As EE working for more than 20 years in a real time control center with state estimator included, a complex mathematical algorithm, based both, on the laws of electromagnetism and statistic, it is quite remarkable how theory and observation fit to each other, day by day, to determine the state of a power system, the most complex network ever built by man on which all our economy and life rest, I mean, it is quite difficult for me to think it is wrong.**

Thank you Epsilon Pi , the observed and theoretical predictions of electricty do work very well , largely due to the fact that most of those Laws were formulated by Faraday , who was a great observer of physical phenomenon. It's only when one goes deeper into the theory that the cracks begin to appear. You might like to check out the new theory of "electromagnetism " which I have introduced , which actually explains the propagation of light in terms of "Lines of force."

http://www.geocities.com/natureoflight/pg7.html