In previous papers, we addressed the proton and less massive major particles by correlating their mass ratios with volume ratios in simplest sphere patterns. Now we include particles of greater mass than the proton, the Hyperons, and compare those mass ratios to ratios in patterns slightly more advanced than previously. This approach is most effective for the most prominent particles; but also has some aspects useful for addressing some lessprominent particles.
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(2016) Jan Olof Jonson (1 pages) Keywords: Special Relativity Theory, Lorentz transformation for velocities larger than the speed of light, exceeding the speed of light possible, Uncertainty Relation Lookup: special relativity theory (12), theory (173), relativity (390), special (175), light (157), speed (58), lorentz (73), transformation (31), relation (5), uncertainty (8), velocities (6)
(2013) Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski 1407 North Lakemont Drive, Cocoa, FL 32922, United States; jeffrey.wolynski@yahoo.com, 321 258 9824 (2 pages) Keywords: exoplanets, stars, planets, stellar metamorphosis, universe, extraterrestrials, dogma, censorship Lookup: universe (60), stars (13), planets (8), stellar (14)
(2013) Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski 1407 North Lakemont Drive, Cocoa, FL 32922, United States; jeffrey.wolynski@yahoo.com, 321 258 9824 (1 pages)
(2011) Keywords: NewtonG, Velocitysquared, Driftcurrent, Maxwell, Electrons, Electricity Lookup: electricity (8), electron (46), maxwell (22)
(2011) Keywords: NewtonG, Velocitysquared, Driftcurrent, Maxwell, Electrons, Electricity Lookup: electricity (8), electron (46), maxwell (22)
(2011) Keywords: NewtonG, Velocitysquared, Driftcurrent, Maxwell, Electrons, Electricity Lookup: electricity (8), electron (46), maxwell (22)
(2016) Rajendra Sendhabhai Prajapati (1 pages) Keywords: Surface Energy, Intermolecular Bonds, Absolute Pressure, Vacuum Drag, Half Sphere, Conservation of Energy Lookup: conservation of energy (6), energy (303), vacuum (39), absolute (26), conservation (25), pressure (4), sphere (3), drag (4), intermolecular (2), surface (2)
(2005) Dr. Peter Rowlands Department of Physics, University of Liverpool, Oliver Lodge Laboratory, Oxford Street, Liverpool L69 7ZE, United Kingdom; p.rowlands@liverpool.ac.uk, www.theresonanceproject.org/uniphi/drupal/node/6 Click here to read an online version of the paper or slide presentation Immediate Distant Action and Correlation in Modern Physics: The Balanced Universe , pp. 241270
(2013) Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski 1407 North Lakemont Drive, Cocoa, FL 32922, United States; jeffrey.wolynski@yahoo.com, 321 258 9824 Keywords: geology, rocks, minerals, gas, plasma, stellar metamorphosis, star evolution, planet formation Lookup: plasma (17), gas (15), evolution (13), star (17), stellar (14), formation (5), planet (2)
(2013) Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski 1407 North Lakemont Drive, Cocoa, FL 32922, United States; jeffrey.wolynski@yahoo.com, 321 258 9824 (2 pages) Keywords: stellar metamorphosis, rocks, minerals, plasma, chemistry, mass, energy Lookup: energy (303), plasma (17), chemistry (3), mass (94), stellar (14)
(2016) JohnErik Persson john.erik.persson@gmail.com (4 pages) Keywords: gravity, ether, Pioneer anomaly. Lookup: gravity (124), aether (102), pioneer anomaly (4), pioneer (7), anomaly (6)
(2015) Keywords: Boltzmann, Einstein, Gammafactor, Temperature, Gravity Lookup: gravity (124), einstein (54), boltzmann (2), temperature (8)
(2014) Keywords: Capacitance, Inductance, Electromagnetism, Electricity, Farads, Pendulum Lookup: electromagnetism (33), electricity (8), pendulum (7)
(2013) Keywords: Bigbang, Hydrogen, Rydberg, Gravity, CMBR, Frequency, Temperature, Blackbody Lookup: gravity (124), hydrogen (30), frequency (10), rydberg (6), cmbr (4), blackbody (2), temperature (8)
(2016) Dr. Thomas Smid ., United Kingdom; thomas789@gmail.com, www.physicsmyths.org.uk (2 pages) Keywords: relativity, Lorentz transformation, speed of light postulate, Einstein, reference frame, invariance Lookup: relativity (390), einstein (54), reference frame (5), invariance (14), lorentz transformation (22), light (157), speed (58), reference (13), frame (15), lorentz (73), transformation (31), postulate (6)
(2012) Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski 1407 North Lakemont Drive, Cocoa, FL 32922, United States; jeffrey.wolynski@yahoo.com, 321 258 9824 (5 pages) 2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
(year unknown) Dan Romalo Str. Brezoianu (Rigas) 29B Apt. 40, Bucharest 010155, Romania; dan_romalo@rdslink.ro, +400213144602 
Is our sun falling toward the blackhole at the center of our galaxy? 
(2013)
Dr. Hector A. Munera
(6 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Abstract: Determination of the motion of our earth relative to external frames of reference is a nontrivial task. Some theoreticians of the past, like Poincaré, declared it was impossible to measure the absolute motion of the Earth by experiments carried out here. Nonetheless, during the past century, observational astronomers, physicists and engineers managed to estimate the terrestrial motion relative to several external frames. The present paper lists such results, starting with Courvoisier and Esclangon data from the 1920s, and ending with the author’s own work during the past decade. The right ascension/longitude of reported motions, including the COBE data, was plotted in galactic, equatorial and ecliptic systems of coordinates. The points are scattered in galactic coordinates, thus indicating that solar motion relative to extragalactic frames does not consistently affect our experiments/observations on earth. On the contrary, data plotted on equatorial coordinates seem to separate into two groups: (1) Data obtained by optical and mechanical methods, and by astronomical observation involving reflection of light, which cluster around a unique plane, and (2) Data obtained by the COBE and Smoot’s earlier data, thus suggesting two different mechanisms at work. The plot in ecliptic coordinates makes it evident that the data obtained by Esclangon, Courvoisier and Múnera is closely related to the strong radio source and/or blackhole at the center of our galaxy. The procedure used by the author to extract the value of solar velocity from his two year MichelsonMorley experiment with stationary interferometer is briefly outlined. From that velocity the known solar motion relative to our galaxy is substracted: tangential motion around the center of the Milky Way, and nutation relative to the galactic plane. The residual velocity is reported, followed by a brief concluding discussion. 
The imaginary nature of time explains the Arrow of Time 
(year unknown)
George A Adriaenssens
1092 Coronation Dr., Atlanta, GA 30338, United States; prpgaa@comcast.net, 7703940635
(2 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Imaginary time, arrow of time
Lookup: time (100), imaginary (3)
Abstract: This short paper shows that the nature of time is actually imaginary. Because the measurement of time is a ratio between the time to be measured and a standard unit of time, the imaginary nature of time vanishes and never appears in the equations of physics. This fascinating idea provides, at long last, a satisfactory explanation for the “arrow of time”. It assumes that the ether exists: see in this respect http://prpgaa.com. 
What's wrong with modern physics? 
(year unknown)
George A Adriaenssens
1092 Coronation Dr., Atlanta, GA 30338, United States; prpgaa@comcast.net, 7703940635
(4 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Idealism, Realism, Einstein's drama
Lookup: realism (5), einstein (54)
Abstract: This paper discusses the two valid reasons why the ether has been rejected by the physics community, and how these were overcome by “PostRelativity Physics” (PRP). It discusses “Einstein’s drama”: Special Relativity rejects the ether while General Relativity requires the ether. Einstein tried for the rest of his life to eliminate this contradiction but failed. It discusses how modern physics is based on “idealism” and extreme mathematics, and how this has severely limited the kind of problems that modern physics can hope to address. A long list of unsolved enigmas and problems is given, all of which are solved in PRP. However, for a variety of reasons, this may not be sufficient for PRP to be accepted or even investigated by modern physics. 
Optimal Electrolyzer Design Assessment 
(2013)
Jan Peter Roos
actionatt@aol.com
(4 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Abstract: This presentation highlights contributions by many to the field of the electrolysis of water and water based solutions after the initial quantitative documentation of this process, that was published by Michael Faraday in 1834. Today the dissociation of water to produce hydrogen and oxygen is of importance for developing a clean hydrogen fuel alternative to the coal and hydrocarbon fuels, that are not environmentally friendly. It is therefore crucial to substantially improve the hydrogen production gain to dissociate water and thus do it at a substantially reduced energy fraction of the direct current electrical energy required for the electrolyzer method as shown by Faraday. Since then at least four different technologies show that such a goal has been achieved. They are: Resonant acoustic dissociation, resonant pulsed current dissociation, microwave dissociation and catalytic dissociation. 
The Point of Unification in Theoretical Physics 
(2013)
Prof. James E. Beichler
PO Box 624, Belpre, OH 45714, United States; jebco1st@aol.com
(10 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Single Field Theory, unification, quantum, quantized spacetme, Einstein, Kaluza, Clifford
Lookup: quantum (151), einstein (54), unification (28), theory (173), field (99), space (104)
Abstract: It would seem to many physicists that the unification of physics within a single paradigmatic theory has been the primary goal in science for only the past few decades, but this would not be true. Unification was the original goal of Einstein and a few other physicists from the 1920s to the 1960s, before quantum theorists began to think in terms of unification. However, both approaches are basically flawed because they are individually incomplete as they now stand. Had either side of the controversy just simplified their worldview and sought commonality between the two, unification would have been accomplished long ago. The point is, literally, that the discrete quantum, continuous relativity, basic physical geometry and classical physics all share one common characteristic – a paradoxical duality between a dimensionless point and an extended length in any dimension – and if the problem of unification is approached from an understanding of how this problem relates to each paradigm all of physics could be unified under a single new theoretical paradigm. 
Volume Ratios in Patterns vs. Mass Ratios of prominent Hyperons and some other particles 
(2013)
Carl R. Littmann
25 Washington Ln, Apt 313, Wyncote, PA 19095, United States; clittmann@verizon.net, 2155175464, www.causeeffect.org
Abstract: 
Transformation of Coordinates, Lengths, and Times, Revisited 
(2013)
David V. Connell
dvconnell@iol.pt, www.betterelativity.com
(4 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Abstract: Recalculating the transformation of coordinates without assuming a constant speed of light, but complying with known laws of physics within the guidelines of universal principles was the challenge. Complete success was achieved. Deriving the transformations of lengths and times between moving frames were investigated by several methods and produced consistent results that differed from historical factors. The new results, confirmed in triplicate, enable the two energy equations to predict the same change in energy in all frames and comply with universal principles of physics, whereas the LorentzEinstein method fails to satisfy either of these criteria; they predict contradictory results in moving frames of reference, therefore their assumptions are not valid. 
FuturePossible Energy/Paradigm Revolutions from Ultracold Matter and nanoscience discoveries: historical context of current research and overview of developing trends 
(2013)
Donald Reed
Abstract: In the last three decades, the confluence of two streams of research have resulted in some of the most heretofore unknown innovative, energytransformative and potential paradigmshifting developments in the history of science and technology. These are due to both the fruits of the nanoscience revolution and those stemming from ultracold matter applications as exemplified by the BoseEinstein condensate. Through examining a wealth of specific research results from each of these areas, some of surprisingly serendipitous nature, this paper will attempt to show that many of the discoveries that have been made in these arenas point to possible new understanding of the quantum engine that underpins physical reality, and its relationship to electromagnetism and gravitation at both microscopic and largescale regimes of nature. It is hoped that ultimately this new knowledge will subsequently also guide us in achieving the coveted goal in our quest to harvest energy from the quantum vacuum. 
Mass Rotation Controls Orbiting 
(2013)
Paul Schroeder
8244 Anna Avenue, Wind Lake, WI 53185, United States; pshrodr8@aol.com, 2628956586
Abstract: Prior to the development of physics as a science it was sufficient to have motion that offsets a perpendicular gravitational force and continues forever. The total absence of any friction could be assigned to the ‘void’ of space. But perpetual motion and empty space are now seen as fallacies. Continuous motion needs a driving force for impetus. 
Interpreting Why TripleAdjusted Planck Unit Observable Fundamental Properties Are Simple Powers Of ?(2?c/?) 
(2013)
Michael Jefferson Lawrence
Cranfield Park, Burstall, Ipswich, Suffolk ip8 3dt, United Kingdom; mike@mlawrence.co.uk, +441473652038
(5 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Gravitational constant; Planck constant; Planck units; SI units; Dimensionality; Parameters; unification.
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Abstract: This paper follows on from earlier papers which eliminated four important constants of nature, Planck’s constant h, the Gravitational constant , Permeability and Boltsmann’s constant by showing, after adjusting misaligned S.I. units, that they are only dimensionless ratios. Shown here is the interpretation of what it means that the relative values in any units of all of the observable set of TAPU parameters can be described simply as powers of the ratio theta = sqrt(2 Pi c/a), where c is the speed of light and a the fine structure constant. 
Gravitation 
(2013)
Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski
1407 North Lakemont Drive, Cocoa, FL 32922, United States; jeffrey.wolynski@yahoo.com, 321 258 9824
(1 pages)
Abstract:
This paper explains that gravitation is radiation itself. Gravitation being an independent force separate from thermodynamics is ad hoc mathematical conjecture. 
A Philosophy for the NPA 
(2013)
Dr. Robert J. Bennett
robert.bennett@rcn.com, alfachallenge.blogspot.com/
Keywords: Philosophy, Realism, Metaphysics, Logic, Epistemology
Lookup: philosophy (4), metaphysics (2), realism (5), logic (9), epistemology (2)
Cosmology and the Zero Point Energy 
(2013)
Barry John Setterfield
barryjsetterfield@gmail.com, www.setterfield.org
(465 pages)
Keywords: : Zero Point Energy (ZPE); SED physics; vacuum properties; atomic constants; speed of light; atomic time; atomic rest masses; red shifts; plasma physics; planetary geology; fossil gigantism; bioelect
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Abstract: In 1911, Max Planck’s equations indicated the presence of a real energy intrinsic to the vacuum of space. It has become known asthe Zero Point Energy (ZPE) because it is present even if the vacuum is cooled to absolute zero, or about The ZPE consists of electromagnetic waves of all wavelengths, and was discovered to control the properties of the vacuum, including its electric permittivity and magnetic permeability. It was proven to exist by Mulliken in 1925, but by then the foundations of Quantum ElectroDynamics (or QED physics) were being laid. Quantum physics consideredthe ZPE to bea mere mathematical abstraction with no real physical existence, despite the evidence. In 1962, Louis de Broglie, one of the physicists who had initially supported the QED approach, reexamined the situation. He suggested that science may have taken a wrong turn in siding with the QED approach. Since then, an approach that recognized areal, physical ZPE combined with classical physics has been developed. This approach is now called Stochastic ElectroDynamics or SED physics. SED physics shows the ZPE to be the physical reason behind quantum effects on atoms. This study examines the origin of the ZPE in accord with known physical principles. Dataand theoryboth suggest its strength should increase over the lifetime of the cosmos. The effects of a varying ZPE on atoms and atomic constants, such as Planck’s constant, h, the speed of light, c , and the restmasses of atomic particles, m is explored. The rate of ticking of atomic clocks, including radiometric clocks and their decay rates, can also be shown to be affected by the Zero Point Energy, whereas orbital clocks (gravitybased) are not. SED physicists have demonstrated that the ZPE maintains the atomic orbits of electrons throughout the cosmos. An increasing ZPE strength means all atomic orbits will become more energetic, resulting in all light emitted from atoms alsobecoming more energetic, orbluer, with time. This gives a clearexplanation forthe increasing red shifts which are seen in progressively more distant galaxies (the farther out we look, the further back in time we are seeing). Changes in the Zero Point Energy through time also meanalteration of the electric and magnetic properties of the vacuum. Thishas implications for both plasma physics and astronomy. It is shown that plasma interactions weremore rapid when the ZPE strength waslower. In almost all cosmological models,the universe is considered to have begun as plasma. Standard astronomy says gravity began to act once neutral atoms appeared, and then vast amounts of time are needed to form galaxies and stars and planets. However, even today, our telescopes show that plasma comprises 99% of the universe.Therefore, using plasma physics, the rates of galaxy, star and planet formation can be shown to have been muchmore rapid in the early cosmos. This may resolve some astronomical anomalies found at the frontiers of the universe. An increasing ZPE also has implications for planetary geology, as well as giving a reason for gigantism in Earth’s fossil record. In all fauna, bioelectromagnetism governs the rate of transmission of nerve impulses, which are effectively electric currents. When the ZPE was low, all electric currents, and hence nerve impulses, flowed more rapidly. This allowed larger faunal types, such as dinosaurs, to be very efficient creatures. As the ZPE increased, this efficiency was lost and only smaller varieties survived. Because of the Zero Point Energy’s effect upon light itself, photosynthesis was also much more efficient, allowing the gigantism we see in plant fossils. Finally, many of relativity’s predictions follow logically from the presence of a real ZPE. The concepts are intuitive and can be formulated with simple mathematics. This approach has the advantage that the restrictive postulates of relativity are not needed to achieve the same results. The real, physical ZPE is thus seen to be the common factor that unites a number of branches of science.

The empirical basis for the equivalence principle: the EPF revisitedOnce again 
(2013)
Dr. Hector A. Munera
(1 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Abstract: For Newton the equivalence between gravitational and inertial mass was an empirically decidable question that he answered with the experimental resources at his disposal. The experiment carried out by Eötvös, Pekár and Fekete (EPF) is conventionally interpreted as supporting the principle of equivalence in the sense that gravitational attraction is independent of the composition of the bodies involved in the gravitational interaction. Despite the conventional interpretation of EPF’s results, about 25 years ago in the context of a search for the socalled fifth force, Fischbach and his group (FG) revisited the EPF experiment and claimed that there was evidence for a variation of the Newtonian gravity constant G with the chemical composition of the two interacting bodies. After reviewing empirical results obtained during the last part of the 20^{th} century, in 1999 the FG gave up the search for their fifth force. Regarding this decision by FG, Nieto, Hughes and Goldman wrote in 1989 that “even though the original analysis of Fischbach et al. had been corrected and their proposed coupling to hyper charge is ruled out ..., the correlation with baryon number is present in the Eötvös data” (emphasis in the original). The purpose of the present paper is to briefly report on a Le Sagian gravitational model of our authorship that is fully consistent with EPF’s results, and with many other anomalous observations, some of them mentioned here. Since the sagionic fluid may be identified with dark matter, and the sagion energy identified with dark energy, there is no significant difference with current ideas. What is different is that the Newtonian G is not a constant, and depends on the region of the universe, and on the experimental arrangement and chemical composition of masses used for its determination. Additionally, there is a new background force. 
A New Theory for Electromagnetic Radiation Based on Classical Electrostatics Contradicting Maxwell?s Electromagnetism 
(2013)
Jan Olof Jonson
(4 pages)
Keywords: Electromagnetic radiation, waveparticle paradox, Coulomb's law, Amp?re's law, Lorentz transformation, Faraday's induction law, Poynting vector, Orbiting electrons
Lookup: electromagnetic radiation (4), lorentz transformation (22), law (61), particle (38), electron (46), radiation (40), wave (35), electromagnetic (46), lorentz (73), transformation (31), vector (8), induction (9), paradox (31), coulomb (6), faraday (4), amp?re (3)
Abstract: In this paper it is shown that the energy due to electromagnetic radiation, which has thus far been ascribed the Poynting vector, based on Maxwell’s Equations, may instead be derived using Coulomb’s law as the basis. Since the common opinion among scientists has been that Maxwell’s systematic description of electromagnetism is consistent with classical electricity described by Coulomb´s Law, a need has been felt to closer explore the differences. It has already been published a number of papers on this subject, but the theoretical basis for a new approach will now be more rigorously defined. The fallacies of the commonly recognized Maxwell electromagnetism appear in five cases, which have already been explored rigorously in other papers. Describing the event during which a light quanta is released from an atom, thereafter hitting a target atom, using the most simplistic model, with a single electron orbiting around a positive nucleus, it may be suitable to model the orbiting electron as an electric current. This can be stated also about the target atom. Hence, there are two currents being involved, just as in the case of electric induction. During stable circumstances, the electron does not radiate, since the circular movement is perpendicular to the radial electric force from the positive nucleus, an argument that is supported by Compton, but denied by Bohr. The deexcitation of an orbit electron can be described, applying Coulombs’ law on the process when it interacts with an orbit electron of another atom. An appropriate mathematical model based on induction is proposed, a model that fits with the ambiguous ‘waveparticle paradox’. Embedded in this model is a new understanding the photon, which has already been explained in earlier papers. The socalled waveparticle paradox is only expressing two mathematical properties of the orbiting motion during the process of electron deexcitation.This paper challenges dissidents to escape the mainstream cage of theories imposed by fiat and adopt a science epistemology based on consistent logic and the scientific method of empirical proof by falsifiability. The Fizeau and Sagnac results will be revisited and analyzed afresh to reach two conclusions that shake the foundations of belief in cosmic architecture and composition. The Absolute Lab frame and Flexible Aether model will be shown to be consistent and supported by all experiments examined to date. This support includes tests that extend Sagnac to linear motion and mechanics, the key results of Michelson & Morley/Gale, and classic aether tests. Establishment claims that support the Earth’s rotation, revolution and translation will be subjected to logic and the scientific method. Consequences of the ALFA paradigm will be outlined. 
Explanation of twin paradox according to the Euclidean Reality model 
(2013)
Witold Nawrot
Lokalna 13, 04903 Warszawa, Mazowieckie, Poland; witek@hanakom.pl, +48 501493827, www.astercity.net/~witnaw
(3 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: time dilation, relativity, twin paradox
Lookup: relativity (390), twin paradox (11), time dilation (19), time (100), paradox (31), twin (11), dilation (23)
Abstract: The Four dimensional Euclidean Reality model clearly explains why during the uniform, rectilinear motion, the time dilation effect is symmetrical for both twins, and why and when the time dilation is eventually measured in a system of one of the travelling twin. 
New philosophy of Aether in Euclidean Reality model and interpretation of indications of Sagnac and MM interferometers. 
(2013)
Witold Nawrot
Lokalna 13, 04903 Warszawa, Mazowieckie, Poland; witek@hanakom.pl, +48 501493827, www.astercity.net/~witnaw
(2 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Aether, relativity, Sagnac, MichelsonMorley
Lookup: relativity (390), aether (102), sagnac (21), michelson (4)
Abstract: According to the new model of Four dimensional Euclidean Reality, motion of bodies in relation to Aether and relative motion of bodies are two separate phenomena, therefore there is no necessity for introducing the idea of “entrained Aether”. According to this model, the MM and Sagnac interferometers are not able to detect any motion in relation to Aether, however the rule of propagation of light, introduced by the new model, explains the difference between indications of these two interferometers. 
MSEE 
(2013)
Jan Olof Jonson
(2 pages)
Keywords: Electromagnetic radiation, Coulomb's Law, Induction Law, Ampere's Law, Li?nardWiechert Potentials
Lookup: electromagnetic radiation (4), law (61), radiation (40), electromagnetic (46), induction (9), coulomb (6), potentials (2)
Abstract: In this paper it is shown that the energy due to electromagnetic radiation, which has thus far been ascribed the Poynting vector, based on Maxwell’s Equations, may instead be derived using Coulomb’s law as the basis. Since the common opinion among scientists has been that Maxwell’s systematic description of electromagnetism is consistent with classical electricity described by Coulomb´s Law, a need has been felt to closer explore the differences. It has already been published a number of papers on this subject by this author, but the theoretical basis for a new approach will now be more rigorously defined.
The fallacies of the commonly recognized Maxwell electromagnetism appear in five cases, which have been explored rigorously in other papers by this author: Ampère’s bridge: Coulomb’ law explains the Ampère’s bridge experiment, the Lorentz’ force does not. Coulomb’ law and the Continuity Equation of Electricity explain electromagnetic induction, whereas the ‘Induction Law’ does not The LiénardWiechert potentials have been fallaciously derived; hence, a cornerstone of the today’s electromagnetic theory has been removed The attractive electromagnetic force between two parallel electric currents can be derived using Coulomb’s law, provided a relativistic interpretation is being performed; hence, the Lorentz force is not needed. Ampère’s law is not consistent with the Lorentz force; hence, there is no harmony between the ’classics’ of electromagnetism. The success in refuting the established theories, simultaneously replacing them with the new one according to the interpretation of this author, constitutes the justification for questioning also the rest of electromagnetism, and in the case of electromagnetic radiation this is being done in the following:
Describing the event during which a light quanta is released from an atom, thereafter hitting a target atom, using the most simplistic model, with a single electron orbiting around a positive nucleus, it may be suitable to model the orbiting electron as an electric current. This can be stated also about the target atom. Hence, there are two currents being involved, just as in the case of electric induction. During stable circumstances, the electron does not radiate, since the circular movement is perpendicular to the radial electric force from the positive nucleus, an argument that is supported by Compton, but denied by Bohr. When a deexcitation of an orbit electron occurs, it implies that the current must have a nonzero time differential. This varying current will in turn induce a current at another atom, the target. The time that this requires is very short. An appropriate mathematical model is proposed, a model that fits with the ambiguous ‘waveparticle paradox’. The basis for the new theory is the discovery that Coulomb’s law alone is able to account for the electromagnetic force between electric currents, provided that the differences in propagation delay between the different parts of the conductors are accurately being taken into account, a phenomenon that is often denoted retardation. The new interpretation of electromagnetic induction enables to accurately estimating the electric effect that the deexcitation of an outer shell atomic electron gives rise to at a target atom, and, accordingly the electric energy may be derived. Embedded in this model is also a new understanding of what a photon really is, which has already been explained in earlier papers. The socalled waveparticle paradox only expresses two mathematical properties of the orbiting motion during the process of electron deexcitation. 
Comments on ?Frontier experiments: Tough science Five experiments as hard as finding the Higgs? 
(year unknown)
Prof. Zifeng Li
Petroleum Engineering Department, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, Hebei 066004, China; zfli@ysu.edu.cn, +86 (0335) 8079211, blog.sina.com.cn/u/1459595284
Abstract: The five frontier experiments published in Nature are commented item by item: spotting distant signs of life, seeing through the molecular mirror, looking for extra dimensions, catching a gravity wave, redefining the kilogram. It is concluded that the first two experiments are great ideals that are impossible to realize in recent years, the last three are false theories pulling physics into morass. 
Comments on Frontier experiments Tough science Five experiments as hard as finding the Higgs 
(2013)
Prof. Zifeng Li
Petroleum Engineering Department, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, Hebei 066004, China; zfli@ysu.edu.cn, +86 (0335) 8079211, blog.sina.com.cn/u/1459595284
Abstract: The five frontier experiments published in Nature are commented item by item: spotting distant signs of life, seeing through the molecular mirror, looking for extra dimensions, catching a gravity wave, redefining the kilogram. It is concluded that the first two experiments are great ideals that are impossible to realize in recent years, the last three are false theories pulling physics into morass. 
Gravitons, the Speed of Gravity, and the Generalized Newton Gravitational Law 
(2013)
Dr. Jerry Hynecek
Isetex, Inc., Pampa Drive, Allen, TX 75013, United States; jhynecek@netscape.net, 9723964925
(6 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: speed of gravity, aether, dark matter, stability of the planetary orbits, Newton third law of action and reaction, gravitons, generalized Newton gravitational law, aberration of gravity, barycenter
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Abstract: In many publications and web forum discussions the claims are constantly being made that in order for the orbits of planets around the Sun to be stable the gravity must propagate at much higher speeds than the speed of light c. In this paper it is shown on a simple and extreme example of the two stars orbiting around each other in a circular orbit that this is not the case and that the assumption about the necessity for the large speed of gravity is unfounded. The explanation is based on the recognition that the Newton gravitational force has the two components that are not necessarily collinear. This new fundamental finding is supported by modeling the field by gravitons that mediate the force of the field. This model finally leads to the generalization of the Newton gravitational law that correctly accounts for the finite speed of gravity. From this result it is also found that the gravitational aberration angle is identical with the aberration angle of light, but is aiming in the opposite direction, lagging behind the source of the gravitational attraction. 
Bertrand Russell and "Continuity" 
(2013)
Peter F. Erickson
(15 pages)
2015, 1st Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference
Keywords: Bertrand Russell, hollow, continuity
Lookup: russell (2)
Abstract: Central to establishment’s concept of continuity is that there be no “nextto.” It is integral to set theory and modern mathematics. Bertrand Russell noticed that it is in conflict with the common sense understanding of differential equations. Nonetheless, he accepted it. This led to a bizarre notion of a “physical object.” Is there an alternative to this concept of continuity? Yes, there is. 
2013 Planck data reveals nonCopernican universe: nullifies Big Bang inflation theory 
(2013)
Dr. Robert A. Sungenis
14413 Walnut Loop, Greencastle, PA 172259459, United States; CAIRomeo@aol.com, 7175978670, www.catholicintl.com/aboutus/brobert.htm
(16 pages)
Abstract: This paper shows that the data released on March 21, 2013 from the 2009 Planck probe of the European Space Agency confirms the data from the 1989 COBE (Cosmic Background Explorer) and the 2001 WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe) of NASA that the universe is not isotropic and homogeneous on large scales; rather, it displays a marked anisotropy and inhomogeneity, therefore nullify the FriedmannLemaîtreRobertsonWalker (FLRW) interpretation of Einstein’s field equations that proposed isotropy and homogeneity; as well as falsifying the “inflation” theory originated in 1980 by Alan Guth as a solution to the “horizon problem,” as well as nullifying the need for Dark Matter and Dark Energy to propel expansion, as well as revealing by distinct positioning of the dipole, quadrupole and octupole harmonics of the CMB (cosmic microwave background radiation) that the famed “Axis of Evil” connecting the rim of the universe with the Earth can no longer be considered a mere artefact but is indeed in the data and shows that the CMB dipole intersects the quadrupole/octupole at the Earth’s ecliptic and equinoxes, respectively, therefore putting the Earth in a central and nonCopernican place in the universe. 
Testing a mechanical behavior of Colors 
(2013)
Luiz Eduardo Azambuja Sauerbronn
Av. Athos Da Silveira Ramos, 149, CT  Bloco D  Sala 101, Rio De Janeiro, RJ 21941909, Brazil; lsauer@ufrj.br, 21 25628052
(6 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: Rigid Bodies, Collisions, Colors, Radiation, Quantum decay.
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Abstract: We model photons as being rigid bodies. Based only on Newtonian mechanics, we simulate numerically collisions of photons and atoms. The rigid bodies used for photons are spherical and their center of mass and centroid are not coincident. Thus, each rigid body (photon) describes a cycloid (presenting amplitude, frequency and phase) as well as the DeBroglie wave. The numerical results indicate not only a predominant color for each given surface but also a time of response very similar to time spent on quantum decay. 
The God Computer 
(2013)
Franklin Hu
franklinhu@yahoo.com, franklinhu.com/theory.html
(4 pages)
2013, 20th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, College Park, MD, United States
Keywords: universe computer binary John Archibald fqxi essay it from bit
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Abstract: In 1990, the physicist John Archibald Wheeler suggested that every particle, every field of force, even the spacetime continuum itself can be described as being derived as part of an apparatus or machine which handles binary data. This means that the entire universe could be nothing more than an elaborate digital computer – God’s computer. This paper explores the idea that it is possible to break down all of the complex physical observations we see in the world to actions which are only binary in nature. This will be done by postulating a digital space which runs with minimal rules and reproduces the behavior of empty space and positrons and electrons. From there, the rest of the particles and fields of force are derived. 
Comments on ?Frontier experiments: Tough science Five experiments as hard as finding the Higgs? 
(2013)
Prof. Zifeng Li
Petroleum Engineering Department, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao, Hebei 066004, China; zfli@ysu.edu.cn, +86 (0335) 8079211, blog.sina.com.cn/u/1459595284
Abstract: The five frontier experiments published in Nature are commented item by item: spotting distant signs of life, seeing through the molecular mirror, looking for extra dimensions, catching a gravity wave, redefining the kilogram. It is concluded that the first two experiments are great ideals that are impossible to realize in recent years, the last three are false theories pulling physics into morass. 
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