1. NOMENCLATURE AND TERMINOLOGY
"Who does want to see, he will see, who does want to hear, he will hear, who does want to understand, he will understand."
In the endeavor to achieve the almost description of nature, the author is constrained to remove old (not correspondent to the substance nomenclature and terminology) used:
The author is constrained to eliminate bad, harmful and illusory terms. Those terms have been proved as bad by a number of other authors (ether, SPACE-TIME, inertial systems, ...).The author hopes that this will not distract the reader. The author wishes that the reader will take time to study and learn new nomenclature and terminology. The terminology in physics (but also in philosophy and in science in general) is as variable as grade knowledge. Being opposed to this means to stop progress. It is very difficult to express through human language should one wish to explain the finest differences and deviations from ideal terms. All ideal terms used in physics (as well as in philosophy and in the science generally) are a mere approximation to the real state. Thousands of scientists are convinced about that in their struggle for understanding the world. But one must express in some way, so he uses ideal terms, such as straight-line motion, ideal circle motion, etc. Yes, it is impossible to realize those terms in real world, as even the most precise experiments have deviations, error measurements, etc. For more accurate expression it is therefore suitable to use terms with a „quasi-„ (quasi-circle ...). The physicist believe that synchrotron radiation is a movement of electrons along the ideal circle. But in reality, very small deviations from this ideal circle occur, thus electrons move along the quasi-circle, a little deformed circle or rosette respectively (swiveling of perinucleum). In that case they move in slight acceleration in a certain section and a somewhat decelerated in another (alternatively) against the ideal constant velocity along the circle considered by physicists, see Consequences 2, point 20. Synchrotron radiation is really in author’s theory. But electron moves at quasi-circle not on the ideal circle. The ideal circle motion does not exist in reality by radiation of electron.
A stationary cloud is just a rosette, see Consequences 2, point 20, in which the electron moves around the nucleus in the atom. Should the author define every term used in physics, the paper would be even longer. The author has attempted to define principal terms different from those used generally (e. g. medium, see 1.2.1.).
Words "intensity of a moving charge" - see, e. g. , .
The intensity of electric field characterizes electric field in a similar way as the acceleration of gravity characterizes gravitation field. So as no gravitation field could exist, without acceleration of gravity no electric field could exist, without the intensity of the electric field.
Therefore, the field is characterized by its intensity.
Experiments by Fizeau, Harres, Kaufman and Michelson-Morley were evaluated in Einstein’s theory of relativity in light of the old (wrong) terms, such as: ether, inertial systems, straight-line motion, Lorentz transformation equations, physical definition of simultaneity, linear form of the interference field...
It is therefore necessary to reassess those experiments in light of the new terms. Such as: medium, non-linear form of interference field, Maxwell equations not only valid in statics, new form of intensity of moving charge of electric field, new generalized law of inertia ... In light of our new theory, also see a motto - page 2 (by P. L. Kapica): "... the theory gets old quickly and it is replaced by another one, based on more perfect ideas... . The experiment, which has been thought through well and performed carefully, will enter a science forever to become its part. Such experiment can be explained differently in different time periods." If I have wrong terms (e. g. ether), at first, I must define them (e. g. medium). Only then I can explain an experiment correctly. I can’t explain an experiment correctly on the basis of wrong terms.
It is what Einstein’s theory of relativity has done. Selection of symbols is connected with the fact that the author intended to explain and remove a number of terms from present physics, such as "retarded potentials", "dependence of mass on velocity", "physical definition of simultaneity" ... in the simplest and most practical manner.
In order to achieve that, he always had to make a simultaneous record of the position of the charge moving at velocity v and the intensity of the electric field, transmitted the in medium at velocity c, independently from the velocity of the charge. He thus achieved the shape of the intensity of the moving charge (see Fig. 2.1 to 2.10 and the accompanying text (part 2.1.1)).