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comment Energy conservation in Electrodynamics
You added a bounty, but it is not clear why you feel the answers are not sufficient. Start with the Lagrangian and apply Noether's theorem using time translation. Griffith's even does this a more elementary way. What exactly are you not understanding that you feel the current answers don't address?
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@Vladimir Oops, I didn't even realize I did that. Thanks for catching that mistake.
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Because of the non-mainstream propaganda on your blog, please don't link to your blog in answers.
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