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Manipulation of electrodynamics

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In this article, we show how it is possible to manipulate some basic quantities of the electromagnetic field to obtain superluminal velocities. Starting from the inertial force, through the superluminal carrier, we obtain superluminal photon acceleration. As per the luminal case, in the superluminal one the vector S maintains unchanged its modulus ad infinitum in free space by means of the inertial force action. The key of velocity rank consists of the value α, a constant specified in an open interval of the rational numbers.
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Keywords: Bubble; Distortion of de Broglie's Wave Packet; Force of the Superluminal Electromagnetic Field; Inertial Force; M-Theory; Photon Acceleration; Poynting Vector; Schrödinger Equation; Superluminal Carrier

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 17 September 2013

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