OK, he responds:

“I think not.

As I remember from my paper Microgeon 1974 ,

the complex scalar field \phi = 1/(tilde r) generates complex 3-vector of em strength E+iH = grad \phi.

The 4-vector cannot be represented as gradient of scalar.

A^\mu = (1/\tilde r) k^\mu, where k^\mu is a bilinear form proportional to tetrad direction e^3 .”

k^\mu \sim e^3 = du +Y d ksi* +Y* d ksi + YY* dv

I answer, ‘I will see today.’ Slowly I turn the crank on this great, beautiful machine. . ‘OK, I think not also. The RULES being what they are, we take

gradients, of REAL and IMAGINARY… I stay with my thesis, that

POTENTIAL FORMS in such a non-integrable space, are not usable. I am

curious, with Appel’s identification of E + iH, what happens with the

rest of the 4-vector potential form…’

# BURINSKII OPINES…

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