As I have been saying all along "The magnetic field is described by a bivector"

See the section "Maxwell’s Equations in Clifford Algebra"

https://slehar.wordpress.com/2014/03/18 ... roduction/

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As I have been saying all along "The magnetic field is described by a bivector"

See the section "Maxwell’s Equations in Clifford Algebra"

https://slehar.wordpress.com/2014/03/18 ... roduction/

See the section "Maxwell’s Equations in Clifford Algebra"

https://slehar.wordpress.com/2014/03/18 ... roduction/

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I would agree that a bivector is the natural representation of a magnetic field. The vector form is more concise but unnatural and works only in 3D.

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