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Maxwell’s Equation

Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell(1831–79),  wrote equation that are simply enlightening. He worked on the ideas of Faraday and Kelvin, and succeeded in unifying electricity and magnetism, identifying the electromagnetic nature of light, and postulating the existence of other electromagnetic radiation.

Visible light, x-rays, sunlight , radio waves, television waves, wifi signals, bluetooth signals, cell phone transmission, and GPS all consist solely of Electric and Magnetic Fields. And how they propagate and interact with materials is completely determined by the above 2 equations of Maxwell.

First equation: The electric flux through a closed surface is proportional to the total charge enclosed by that surface.

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Second equation: Maxwell second equation is also a form of Gauss’s law, only with magnetic flux instead of electric flux.

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Third equation is modified version of Faraday’s equation.

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Speed of the waves

 

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Navigation

Navigation is the calculation of position and direction.

The fundamental aim and working principal of the computer are much about navigation than usually missing. Many mechanical aids to calculation and measurement were designed for astronomical and navigational use.


 

Perception which is constitute from all former experiences, skills, concepts, misconceptions, thoughts and generalisations. The perceptual field, which is the established model of objective reality, of the real world around the subject. It is where the subject finds the background for perception.