In his work on high-current electronic systems, the physicist Dr. P.
Graneau observed many important phenomena which were not explained by
conventional electromagnetic theory. Among others, these include
anomalous forces in solid and liquid metals, and "explosions" in high
current electric arcs. Graneau has developed an extensive theory to cover
various phenomena involving high currents in gas discharges and in metals.
Unfortunately the scientific mainstream responded with hostility to his
work, treats it as extremely controversial, and for the most part rejects
Graneau's work in electrodynamics is currently being carried forward by
his son, Dr. Neal Graneau, a physicist at Oxford in the UK.