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the sign of the components of the electromagnetic field; for r, resp. is an even
function of the antisymmetric component #
of the ’s and the third term in (14)
is squared in the current densities. The theory thus, in any case, cannot account for
the differences in the masses of the positive and negative
In the foregoing I omitted all proofs and computations to allow the theory’s
structure to be more clearly
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