By Myron W. Evans, Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice
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This space is the internal gauge space of the U(1) gauge field theory applied to vacuum electromagnetism. A global gauge transform is a rotation of A through an arbitrary angle Ã. Such a process is described  by the O(2) group of rotations in a plane, homomorphic with U(1). The invariance of action under the same global gauge transformation results in a conserved charge Q and a divergentless current: ð dQ ¼ 0; Q ¼ J 0 dV; qm J m ¼ 0 ð267Þ dt These concepts stem from a variational principle applied to the action ð S ¼ LðAqm AÞd4 x ð268Þ which is stationary  under the condition qL qL ¼ qm ¼0 qA qðqm AÞ ð269Þ which is the Euler–Lagrange equation for A in the internal U(1) gauge space of electromagnetic theory in the vacuum.
A rotation produces the same relation (65). So the B cyclic theorem is invariant under the most general type of Lorentz transformation, consisting of boosts, rotations, and spacetime translations. Similarly, the definition of B(3), Eq. (61), is Lorentz-invariant. The Jacobi identities (63) reduce to the B cyclic theorem (64) because of Eqs. (53)–(55), and because E(3) vanishes identically [42,47–61], and the B cyclic theorem is self-consistent with Eqs. (53)–(55). The identities (62) and (63) imply that there are no instantons or pseudoparticles in O(3) electrodynamics, which is a dynamics developed in Minkowski spacetime.
Therefore, there are two independent magnetic flux density components: 1 B ¼ pﬃﬃﬃ ðB1 þ iB2 Þ 2 1 BÃ ¼ pﬃﬃﬃ ðB1 À iB2 Þ 2 ð118Þ ð119Þ The Lagrangian governing these scalar components is L ¼ ðqm BÞðqm BÃ Þ ð120Þ and is invariant under global gauge transformation, also known as ‘‘gauge transformation of the first kind’’ B ! eÀiÃ B; BÃ ! eiÃ BÃ where Ã is any real number. The Euler–Lagrange equation qL qL ¼ qn qB qðqn BÞ ð121Þ ð122Þ 26 m. w. evans and s. jeffers with the Lagrangian (120) gives the d’Alembert equations: &B ¼ 0 &BÃ ¼ 0 ð123Þ ð124Þ which are the relativistic wave equations in the vacuum satisfied by B and B*.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol.119, Part 3. Modern Nonlinear Optics (Wiley 2001) by Myron W. Evans, Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice