Field-free electrodynamics.

@inproceedings{Moerkamp2018FieldfreeE,
  title={Field-free electrodynamics.},
  author={Mischa Moerkamp},
  year={2018}
}
The Maxwell-Lorentz theory of electrodynamics cannot readily be applied to a system of point charges: the electromagnetic field is not well-defined at the position of a point charge, the energy stored inside the electromagnetic field diverges, an infinite regression arises when the interactions occur along the light cones and the advanced potential leads to an apparent breakdown of causality. A rather controversial solution to these problems involves instantaneous action at a distance, which… CONTINUE READING

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