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VOLUME 58 | ISSUE 4 | PAGE 252
Supersymmetry and principle of action at a distance
A combination of supersymmetry and the principle of action at a distance, which was used previously by Wheeler and Feynman for an alternative description of classical Maxwellian electrodynamics, is analyzed. It is shown that this combination opens up the possibility of working from differential elements of the spinor coordinates of the world lines of particles in superspace to construct vector and spinor fields which satisfy Maxwell's equations and Weyl's equations with currents.

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