In the DKS form, only first component is realized, as a single complex version of 1/r… hmmmmmmm, so can I just complexify 1/r^2? This would be too easy.
To get the first component, real+ imaginary, the DKS boys just wrote 1/r, with ‘r’ COMPLEX. OK, so what if I take the usual magnetic loop potential, 1/r^2, and COMPLEXIFY IT? This would be too easy, I’ll see tho. What if I further this early stab at a POTENTIAL, in Burinskii’s face??? I claim there is inherent inadequacy in their first effort