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Maxwell's Equations

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 26, 2001 15:07:17 UTC

You do not seem to understand solutions of Maxwell's equations. They are exact. They predict the exact location of wavelike solutions of a single frequency. We know the location of every phase of the waves as a function of time. The wave train of a single frequency solution is infinite. But that is not an infinite uncertainty in the solution of the equations. The equations are solved exactly for this case. We only introduce uncertainty when we try to measure the em waves, and that unceretainty is not infinite, as your above post would suggest.

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