Serious Problems with Gauge in Electrodynamics

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This page is dedicated to inherent problems of gauge in electrodynamics. The analysis relies on the following theorem:

If a Lagrangian function is invariant under a certain transformation then the entire theory that is derived from this Lagrangian is invariant under this transformation provided the Lagrangian and the transformation are free of mathematical contradictions.

For reading a short introduction to erroneous elements of gauge transformations, please click here.

For reading another short presentation of this isseu, please click here.

For reading a short (23 lines), well documented and simple presentation of a yet undiscussed problem in theoretical physics, please click here.

A short paper describes a new quantum paradox which means that gauge transformations are forbidden in QED. For reading the paper, click here.

For reading a paper that proves that gauge transformations are inconsistent with QED, click here.

If you care about the mathematical self-consistence of theoretical physics, you are kindly invited to read the following paper. Please click here.

For reading an article that explains why gauge transformations are unacceptable in quantum theories, please click here. In particular, the section "AN INTERFERENCE EXPERIMENT" of this article proves that a gauge transformation destroys an interference calculation.