For me, the claim that S can be formed of all unions of the disjoint f(x) and this can be put into 1-1 correspondence with the power set of f(X) is where the rabbit goes into the hat. Is this simplyrics a well known fact from set theory? Because if it isn't the proof is incomplete.

]]>Fabulous website. It appears that you have a very good understanding of the problem of the radiation reaction. Based on your background in mathematics, I wonder if I could interest you in the work I have done on classical electron theory over the past several years. I have approached the problem of radiation reaction from a slightly different viewpoint with some very interesting results.

My website is relatively new (1 month ago) but contains the details of my work. http://www.vgelectron.net. I am a Ph.D and a huge fan of Rohrlich’s book on the subject.

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C. Hayes