New discoveries in electrodynamics can change our society.
New discoveries in the field of electrodynamics will undoubtedly result in a massive drop in investment in nuclear research. The attitude to this research will be, in terms of power self-sufficiency, much more sceptical. Nuclear enthusiasts will lack arguments for justification of the efficiency of this expensive research field (the current arguments include e.g.: use of nuclear fusion in future power plants, use of Higgs boson to master gravity... and there certainly are much more... As for the first argument, it will be probably easier to use the already existing super-plant - the Sun. The second argument mentioned above is rather interesting then realistic. It is quite similar as trying to understand the origins of life on the Earth by installing a huge cannon on the Moon to bombard the Earth). Governments as well as enterprises will redirect their investment in new technologies, which will be related to both military and civil utilization of high-capacity units and electromagnetic warp. The consequences for the economics will be substantial. Especially the power engineering sector will exploit the possibility of accumulation of power from alternative sources (sun, wind, tide etc.) to a large extent. We could rather say that the power engineering sector will face the greatest transformation (or crisis) of all times due to the diversification of power storage in relatively small modules. Individual end consumers will be able e.g. to store solar power. This will result in a gradual decrease of importance of distribution systems.
In the context of physical history, new theories represented a generalization of previous theories. On the other hand, an old theory was a special case of a newer one. The discovery of electromagnetic warp, however, brings electrodynamics to an unprecedented situation. Maxwell's equations will be narrowed down to a heterogeneous magnetic field. This process will be remarkable thanks to the fact that the heterogeneity of the field allows abandoning the Euclidean notion with immanent magnetic field in such an idealized space. This narrowing allows to consider the space as a physical entity with specific geometrical properties cause by magnetism. It allows spatial work in 4D. The discovery that the science could have lived in a long-term blunder due to a general mathematical and academic tradition and scientific culture, leads us to the conclusion that there will be certain changes in the educational system. The area will be dominated by alternative instruction methods laying stress on individual creativity with minimum levels of memorizing. The main stress will be laid on the ability of effective search for information necessary for resolution of given problem. The contribution of information technology and, subsequently, of simulation systems to the description of physical phenomena will increase and these systems will be continuously updated (at present, something similar is on the way e.g. in meteorology, cosmology etc.). Academic education will be probably shorter and, in the end, replaced with practical instruction with direct involvement in teams and workplaces dependent mostly on their results and economical aspects of their work.
In relatively distant future, the development of power accumulation technology will overcome several turning points, resulting in an essential transformation in the economic environment. Other consequences will include a different view of production, productivity and employment. Preference of sustainable development in combination with purposefulness and profit will no longer be considered as vanity. The regulatory provisions for free entrepreneurship will be mostly dominated by environmental criteria. The changes mentioned above will also influence the overall view of the purpose of education and belief. At present, the long-term globalized educational system results in an excessive emphasis on employment and personal career and unintentional suppression of the importance of family. There will be essential changes in the philosophy of life. The area of belief will not be strictly categorized in individual religious systems. These will gradually merge in meta-systems, characterized by individual view of faith in itself.
At the first sight, the last three paragraphs seem to be too futuristic, without any relation to electrodynamics. Nevertheless, we must not forget that the changes in the generation, accumulation and transformation of power are of great importance for the future model of human society. Let us recall the history of relevant discoveries.