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Title: James Clerk Maxwell's 1873 Edition Of "Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism"
Post by: ZeframCochrane on March 11, 2006, 02:54:22 AM
Below are links to the online copy of James Clerk Maxwell's 1873 edition of "Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism".   This book will help all free energy researchers who are looking for well grounded scientific principles to explain their devices so mainstream science will have no choice but to accept their reality.   

This book has the original quanterion equations that were later edited out of mainstream science by Oliver Heaviside, whose rewriting of Maxwell's original quanternions left modern physics with the four "Heaviside" equations which are totally inadequate for reconciling relativity with quantum physics, explaining the processes which operate "free energy" devices or explaining the phenomena of anti-gravity.   Maxwell's original quaternions will help researchers in all of these fields.

Access Both Volumes Online

Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism - Vol 1. - 1873
http://posner.library.cmu.edu/Posner/books/book.cgi?call=537_M46T_1873_VOL._1

Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism - Vol 1. - 1873
http://posner.library.cmu.edu/Posner/books/book.cgi?call=537_M46T_1873_VOL._2

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Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism - Vol 1. - 1873
http://posner.library.cmu.edu/Posner/books/CALL1/537_M46T_1873_VOL._1/tiffs/

Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism - Vol 2. - 1873
http://posner.library.cmu.edu/Posner/books/CALL1/537_M46T_1873_VOL._2/tiffs/

For those of you with fast bandwidth connections, make sure you mirror copies of this book all over the web to make sure Maxwell's work never disappears from the internet and to make sure Maxwell's original work is never suppressed again.
Title: Re: James Clerk Maxwell's 1873 Edition Of "Treatise On Electricity And Magnetism"
Post by: nikola_tesla on March 11, 2006, 12:15:24 PM
thanks ZeframCochrane !

hey interesting how Maxwell quotes all those scientists that came before him and what they contributed

and what he added to their contributions ... unlike

the lazy flunky bastard Albert Einstein that claims everything to himself.