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What are you trying to say jartza? Is it that synchrotron radiation sources don't work? When they plainly do because they are in use every day! or is it that the concept that the acceleration of the high energy electron by deflecting it from its otherwise straight path creates the radiation is wrong because that's the way I understand the theory in just the same way that stopping high energy electrons with a target produces x-rays.
When you are driving in a very large circle, and your motor stalls periodically, then we have a situation where we can use the "force is charge squared times jerk" rule.Here are the conditions of using the rule:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiation_reactionBecause jerk vector points sometimes forwards, sometimes backwards, you are radiating, but on the average radiation reaction force is not taking away energy from you.