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Prof. Harold S. Slusher
hslusher@utep.edu
Tel: (915)747-7537

812 Del Mar Drive
El Paso, TX 79932
United States

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Slusher, Prof. Harold S.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Harold_Slusher)
Professor of Astrophysics (Retired)

Topics: Relativity
Interests: Electrodynamics, Gravitation, Poynting-robertson
Nationality: USA
Age: 83
Born: 1934

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Books:
1984The Motion of Mercury\'s Perihelion: A Reevalution of the Problem and its Implications for Cosmology and Cosmogony (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 11)
1982The Age of the Solar System: A Study of the Poynting-Robertson Effect and Extinction of Interplanetary Dust (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 6)
1980Age of the Cosmos (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 9)
1980Origin of the Universe (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 8)
1978The Age of the Earth (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 7)
1973Critique of Radiometric Dating (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 2)

Abstracts Online:
1982Electric Theory of Gravitation
1985The Dingle Problem, Cosmology, and the Postulate of Relativity
1984Secular Variations of the Orbital Motions of Mercury's Perihelion: A Reevaluation of the Problem and Its Implictions for Cosmology and Cosmogony
1990Space Medium Theory Applied to Lunar and Stellar Aberration

Biography

Harold Schultz Slusher co-authored the still popular Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Physics for Engineering and Science (Schaum's Outlines) (1967). Formerly on staff at the Institute for Creation Research, Slusher wrote several of ICR's Technical Mongraphs in the 1970s and 1980s. He is well known for his critiques of radiometric dating techniques, and for the idea of a relativiely small, Riemannian, as opposed to Euclidean, Universe. He holds a Ph.D. in geophysics from Columbia Pacific University and an honorary D.Sc. from Indiana Christian University.

Slusher co-authored the paper: High Energy Laser Interactions with Solid Rocket Exhausts: Case Study PRC/DF-15 with C. Paiva presented at the AIAA Missile Sciences Conference held at the Naval Postgraduate School on 11/16/04.


Books by Prof. Harold S. Slusher



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The Age of the Solar System: A Study of the Poynting-Robertson Effect and Extinction of Interplanetary Dust (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 6)

by Prof. Harold S. Slusher, Stephen J. Robertson, Stephen J. Duursma

KeyWords: Poynting-Robertson Effect, Interplanetary Dust, Solar System

Pages: 93
Publisher: Master Books
Year: 1982
ISBN: 0932766013
ISBN: 978-0932766014

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The Motion of Mercury's Perihelion: A Reevalution of the Problem and its Implications for Cosmology and Cosmogony (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 11)

by Prof. Harold S. Slusher

KeyWords: Mercury's Perihelion

Pages: 101
Publisher: Institute for Creation Research
Year: 1984
ISBN: 093276617X
ISBN: 978-0932766175
ISBN: B0006YPWTY

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Origin of the Universe (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 8)

by Prof. Harold S. Slusher

Publisher: Institute for Creation Research
Year: 1980
ISBN: 9991983821
ISBN: 978-9991983820

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Critique of Radiometric Dating (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 2)

by Prof. Harold S. Slusher

Pages: 58
Publisher: Master Books
Year: 1973
ISBN: 0932766048
ISBN: 978-0932766045

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Age of the Cosmos (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 9)

by Prof. Harold S. Slusher

Pages: 76
Publisher: Institute for Creation Research
Year: 1980
ISBN: 093276603X
ISBN: 978-0932766038

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The Age of the Earth (ICR Technical Monograph, No. 7)

by Prof. Harold S. Slusher

Pages: 79
Publisher: Master Books
Year: 1978
ISBN: 0932766021
ISBN: 978-0932766021

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Papers by Prof. Harold S. Slusher



Electric Theory of Gravitation

(1982)

Prof. Thomas G. Barnes
El Paso, TX 79902, United States, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_G._Barnes
Prof. Harold S. Slusher
812 Del Mar Drive, El Paso, TX 79932, United States; hslusher@utep.edu, (915)747-7537, academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=18749
Francisco S. Ramirez IV

Creation Research Society Quarterly, Volume 19, No. 2, pp. 113-116
Keywords: Electric, Gravitation

Lookup: gravity (124), electric (45)

Abstract:

Independent positive and negative partial fields of equal value are assumed to be associated with every source mass. These complimentary electric fields behve like dormant fields with a net zero field strength except in the region of a proton or electron. A mass upon which these fields are impressed contains an equal number of protons and electrons. Even a neutron is assumed to contain a proton and electron. The impressed partial fields exert a combination of attraction and repulsion on protons and electrons embedded in that mass. A nonlinearity in the region of each of those charges tilts the balance such that the net electric force is one of attraction that meets the conditions of a gravitation force. The theory is then extended to include additional properties of the dormant field, such as a "medium" to take the place of Maxwell's luminiferous ether and a feedback medium in electrodynamics. This unification of electromagnetic theory and gravitation also includes gravitational radiation.




The Dingle Problem, Cosmology, and the Postulate of Relativity

(1985)

Prof. Harold S. Slusher
812 Del Mar Drive, El Paso, TX 79932, United States; hslusher@utep.edu, (915)747-7537, academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=18749
Journal of Classical Physics, Volume 3, No. 1, pp. 8-14
Keywords: Herbert Dingle, Cosmology, Relativity

Lookup: relativity (390), cosmology (47), herbert (2)

Abstract:

This paper is a discussion of Dingle's examination of the meaning of the Doppler shift in the light of the postulate of relativity.  Dingle's examination is little known but of great significance.



Secular Variations of the Orbital Motions of Mercury's Perihelion: A Reevaluation of the Problem and Its Implictions for Cosmology and Cosmogony

(1984)

Prof. Harold S. Slusher
812 Del Mar Drive, El Paso, TX 79932, United States; hslusher@utep.edu, (915)747-7537, academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=18749
Francisco S. Ramirez IV

pp. 73-81
Keywords: Mercury's Perihelion, Cosmology, Cosmogony

Lookup: cosmology (47), perihelion (20), mercury (16)

Abstract:

Institute for Creation Research, pp. 73-81 (1984).



Space Medium Theory Applied to Lunar and Stellar Aberration

(1990)

Prof. Thomas G. Barnes
El Paso, TX 79902, United States, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_G._Barnes
Prof. Harold S. Slusher
812 Del Mar Drive, El Paso, TX 79932, United States; hslusher@utep.edu, (915)747-7537, academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=18749
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 1, No. X, pp. 43-45
Keywords: space medium theory, lunar and stellar aberration, ethers, Galilean electrodynamic theory

Lookup: theory (173), space (104), medium (14), stellar (14), electrodynamic (10), aberration (16), galilean (12)

Abstract:

The paper discusses lunar and stellar aberration, and the absence of aberration in terrestrial sources, based on a space medium of separate ethers in which a Galilean electrodynamic theory is valid.

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