The Scientific Method in Science determines that premises, on which a theory is based, must be experimental verified, when possible.
It is however possible that theories of the past are based on premises, which could not be experimental verified at the time the theory developed.
When technology advances over time to a level, where unverified premises of a theory can be verified, the scientific method determines that verification must still take place.
The Electromagnetic Theory (EM-theory) of Physics has developed since the second halve of the 19th century. The EM-theory is based on undeniable experimental observations and unverified premises.
Undeniable experimental observations, at the basis of the EM-theory, is that two parallel electric currents, where the electrons move in the same direction, attract each other (by means of the induced magnetic fields). The EM-theory however assumes (=assumed premise) that a parallel currents of protons and electrons, where both particles move in the same direction, repel.
This assumption of the EM-theory has never been verified, although verification is already realizable for many decades.
Requests to scientific institutions to verify this fundamental premise of the EM-theory by means of a simple fundamental experiment is refused, although the Scientific Method determines that verification must be performed.
The proposed experiment is described at: http://www.paradox-paradigm.nl/?page_id=130
Must the science Physics, like any other science, obey and follow the rules determined by the Philosophy of Science and verify assumed premises?