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Dr. Milo M. Wolff
milo.wolff@quantummatter.com
Tel: (310) 379-7855

1125 Third Street
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838
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Wolff, Dr. Milo M.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Milo_Wolff)
Physicist, Astronomer (Retired)

Topics: Aether, Cosmology
Interests: Astronomy, Cosmology, Quantum Theory
Nationality: USA
Born: Wednesday, August 8, 1923
Died: Thursday, October 15, 2015 (Age 92)

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Edited Journals:
Frontier Perspectives

Books:
2008Schr?dinger\'s Universe: Einstein, Waves and the Origin of the Natural Laws
1989 / Revised 1994Exploring the Physics of the Unknown Universe: An Adventurers Guide

Abstracts Online:
1997The Eight-Fold Way of the Universe
1997Derivation of the Relativistic Doppler Shift and Mass-Increase Formulas Without Assuming Special Relativity
1997Properties of the Ether and its Relationship to Natural Laws
1995Beyond the Point Particle: A Wave Structure for the Electron
1996Worlds and Anti-Worlds Revisited
1996The Logical Origins of Physical Laws from Cosmology
1994What is the Real Electron? The Geometry of Space and...
1994What are Length and Time?
2008Introduction to the Wave Structure of Matter
2008The Wave Structure of Electron Spin
2006Light and the Electron - Einstein's Last Question
1998Relativistic Mass Increase and Doppler Shift Without Special Relativity
2010Einstein's Last Question: What is an Electron?

Media Online:
2009-06-06VideoThe Wave Structure of Matter (WSM)

Event Attendence:
2010-06-25Sagnac Awards BanquetAwards
2010-06-2317th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
2009-08-15From Aristotle to Einstein to Date: The Same Folly Rules the Paradigm of Special RelativityVideo Conference
2009-06-06The Wave Structure of Matter (WSM)Video Conference
2009-03-29BSM - Supegravitation Unified Theory - A New Approach in PhysicsVideo Conference
1997-06-094th (B) Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
1996-06-023rd Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
1994-06-201st Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference

Biography

Dr. Milo Mitchell Wolff is a physicist, astronomer, and explorer of the wondrous cosmology of the universe. He has worked for MIT, Aerospace Corporation, the United Nations, as well as taught as a professor of physics at the University of Singapore, U. of Kentucky, U. of Indonesia, and U. of Srilanka. He received his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania and an honorary doctorate from the U of Srilanka. Wolff was a member of the National Academy of Science to investigate bio-energy. He was a member of the MIT team that designed the Apollo Moon-landing system and was commended by NASA for successful achievement. He was chief of Science and Technology with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa in Addis Ababa.

  • Family: s. Ralph Bernard and Ruth Townsend (Mitchell) W.; m. Lie Ching; children: Eric, Jennifer, Douglas, Winston, Lanling.
  • Education: BS, Upsala Coll., 1948; MS, U. Pa., 1953; PhD, U. Pa., 1958; DSc, U. Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 1992.
  • Certification: Registered profl. engr., Calif., Ariz.
  • Avocations/Research/Interests: Achievements include research in polarized light from small planets and asteroids, electromagnetism and optics, electronic engineering, mechanics, and fundamental particles.
  • Civil/Military Service: With USNR, 1944-46.
  • Memberships: IEEE (sr. mem.), Am. Phys. Soc., Am. Astron. Soc., Sigma Xi.

Career:

  • Positions Held: physicist, Technotran Press, Manhattan Beach, Calif., 1980; chief sci. and tech., dir. Computer Ctr., Econ. Commn. for Africa, UN, 1975-77; mem. tech. staff, Aerospace Corp., LA, 1972-75; prof. physics, U. Singapore, 1970-72; prof. physics, U. Sri Lanka, 1966-68; physicist, MIT, Cambridge, 1963-69.
  • Career-Related: mem. adv. team NSF, Pakistan, 1984; vis. astronomer Obs. Paris, 1979; vis. prof. space navigation and computers Nanjing (People's Republic China) Inst. Tech., 1980.

Websites:

I urge you to join the exciting and fascinating exploration of matter, the natural laws, and the universe. You may become a famous pioneer and, at the least, you will have fun!


Journals Edited by Dr. Milo M. Wolff



Name: Frontier Perspectives
Editors: Dr. Beverly Rubik, Mike Carrell, Hal Fox, Dr. Martin Kokus, Dr. Milo M. Wolff
Status: Active
Founded: 1990
Website: www.temple.edu/cfs/index.html
Contact Name:
Email: cfs@temple.edu
Address:The Centre for Frontier Sciences
Temple Univ. Ritter Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19122
United States
Telephone: 215-204-8487
Description:

Established in 1987, The Center for Frontier Sciences is an open forum that networks information on the frontier issues of science, medicine and technology. The Center is dedicated to the open and unbiased examination of any theories, hypotheses, model that challenge prevailing scientific views using sound scientific methods and reasoning. It does not promote or endorse particular positions, but encourages critical review and healthy skepticism. The Center maintains high academic standards and a neutral profile at all times.

On its advisory and editorial boards are distinguished researchers, scientists, physicians, theoreticians, and engineers from throughout the world - all of whom agree with the Center's purpose as an outlet for new inquiries and ideas. The Center carries out its mission through:

  • The publication of its journal, Frontier Perspectives
  • Hosting international conferences where scientists share their thoughts on many frontier issues
  • An academic lecture series which is open to the public and audio taped
  • Internationally networking and exchanging information with scientists and students

Books by Dr. Milo M. Wolff



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Exploring the Physics of the Unknown Universe: An Adventurers Guide

by Dr. Milo M. Wolff

KeyWords: Universe, space, electron, physical laws. natural laws, quantum space, particles, quantum matter, Einstein, Schroedinger, Dirac Equation

Pages: 251
Publisher: Technotran Press
Year: 1989 / Revised 1994
ISBN: 0962778710
ISBN: 978-0962778711

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Description

Part I describes the fundamental laws underlying science. The emphasis is on intuitive understanding of the foundations of scientific knowledge to enable deciphering of Mother Nature's designs for the physical universe. It explains the six fundamental laws: Conservation of Energy, Gravity, Coulomb's force, Newton's laws, Quantum Mechanics, and Special Relativity. The book follows a trail of scientific ideas and clues from the Greeks to Newton, Mach, Clifford, Einstein, Dirac, and Feynman to Modern galactic astronomy.

Part II discusses cosmology, space and the universe. It explores their enigmas and paradoxes. Dr Wolff's role is a friendly guide to the reader, enabling her/him to understand the machinery behind Nature's laws, and to help solve the puzzles which have confounded scientists over the years. The century-old controversy of wave structure or substance structure of particles is examined and it is shown that a wave structure is the origin of the natural laws. The mysterious role of space itself is explored and the reader is asked and helped to choose between truth and prejudice.



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Schr?dinger's Universe: Einstein, Waves and the Origin of the Natural Laws

by Dr. Milo M. Wolff

Pages: 184
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Year: 2008
ISBN: 1432719793
ISBN: 978-1432719791

Websites: www.quantummatter.com
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Description

Erwin Schrodinger (1937) perceived that the whole Universe, what we observe as material bodies and forces, are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space. When he and Einstein debated the particle theorists led by Neils Bohr, most scientists thought they had lost it. This book shows they were right; that all matter is one Wave Structure in the space of the Universe. If the stars did not exist, we could not exist.

Papers by Dr. Milo M. Wolff



The Eight-Fold Way of the Universe

(1997)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com



Apeiron, Volume 2, No. 4, pp. 114-119
Keywords: Natural laws, vast universe, quantum waves, ether-like medium

Lookup: universe (60), aether (102), quantum (151), medium (14), waves (40), natural (10), laws (13)

Abstract:

Philosophers have often sought the origin of Natural laws in a relationship between the microscopic world and the vast universe. Until recently, before large telescopes and technology were capable of deepspace investigation, there was no knowledge to support such inquiries. But now asking relatively simple questions can provide surprising answers!

This article asks: How are units of measure, time and length as elements of the laws, communicated between particles? What distance scale do particles use to communicate their location? Where is the universal clock of time? What is the relation between laws, particles, and the universe? Surprisingly, the answers to these questions reveal eight ways of the Universe which demarcate:

  1. The character of the laws
  2. The structure of a particle
  3. The role of the universe

Using these ways, or attributes of behavior, it is concluded that:

  1. Particles must be a wave structure composed of advanced and retarded quantum waves from an oscillator whose frequency is a property of an ether-like medium.
  2. The waves link all matter together to produce Machian natural laws.
  3. These quantum waves pervade the universe to an extent previously only suspected.
  4. The natural laws are a mathematical result of the wave structure.



Derivation of the Relativistic Doppler Shift and Mass-Increase Formulas Without Assuming Special Relativity

(1997)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com

1997, 4th (B) Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Storrs, CT, United States
Keywords: Special Relativity, Doppler Effect, Mass Increase

Lookup: special relativity (125), doppler effect (9), mass increase (2), relativity (390), special (175), effect (63), mass (94), increase (4), doppler (15)

Abstract:

It is shown that the relativistic Doppler shift and mass-increase formulas can be derived solely from the conservation laws and the assumption of symmetry between a wave source and a wave receiver which have no preferred frame of motion. The Lorentz transformation is not required.

This simple result has great significance for the philosophy of physics because it makes a clear separation between the experimentally prover) Doppler effect and mass increase, and the controversial length and time changes. It adds further experimental evidence of the wave structure of matter.

Not surprisingly, the origins of relativity are found in the quantum behavior of matter and the way in which energy (light) is exchanged between two charged particles (wave resonances). The relativistic mass increase is a result of the Doppler changes of frequency of the advanced and retarded spherical waves from the electron. These spherical waves produce the correct mass increase, regardless of whether the two electrons are moving together or apart. This unusual combined Doppler change results from the symmetry of the advanced and retarded waves. This mechanism is also responsible for the de Broglie wavelength, also in direction of relative electron motion.




Properties of the Ether and its Relationship to Natural Laws

(1997)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com

1997, 4th (B) Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Storrs, CT, United States
Keywords: Ether

Lookup: aether (102)

Abstract:

In the last millennium, our knowledge of physics progressed to understanding that objects obey fixed laws of nature. We devised sophisticated technology to aid our survival on Earth: industrial machines, computers, spacecraft. But until recently our knowledge ended there. Philosophers have sought the basis of Natural laws in relationships between micro-physics and the vast universe. Before space-technology, there was no knowledge to support such inquiries.

Now, investigating the relationships between particles, the natural laws, and the universe we learn that matter and laws are inter-dependent. Behind the scenes in a totally quantum universe, every particle communicates its wave state with all other matter so that energy exchange and the laws of physics are properties of the entire ensemble. The medium of communication is the ether which also depends on the matter ensemble, with new and surprising properties. We see this communication in Mach's Principle which reveals that the matter ensemble is the origin of inertia.

A Self-contained Universe. The extraordinary import of the ether-matter universe is that the laws of physics and the structure of matter ultimately depend upon waves from all other matter in a universe. Everything is interdependent.




Beyond the Point Particle: A Wave Structure for the Electron

(1995)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 6, No. 5, pp. 83-91
Keywords: Electron, Physical Laws, Cosmology, Particles, Space, Quantum, Mechanics

Lookup: space (104), quantum (151), mechanics (76), cosmology (47), particle physics (3), electron (46), physics (44), particle (38), physical (23), laws (13)

Abstract:

The dual particle/wave nature of the electron has long been a paradox in physics.  I propose that the structure of the electron consists entirely of a configuration of waves whose behavior creates their particle-like appearance.  The correctness of this structure is supported by the physical laws which originate from this wave structure, including quantum theory, special relativity, electric force, gravity, and magnetism.  This type of structure is termed a Space Resonance.



Worlds and Anti-Worlds Revisited

(1996)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com

1996, 3rd Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Flagstaff, AZ, United States
Keywords: Anti-matter

Lookup: space (104), quantum (151), mechanics (76), cosmology (47), particle physics (3), electron (46), physics (44), particle (38), physical (23), laws (13), matter (67), anti (3)




The Logical Origins of Physical Laws from Cosmology

(1996)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com

1996, 3rd Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Flagstaff, AZ, United States
Keywords: Cosmology

Lookup: cosmology (47)




What is the Real Electron? The Geometry of Space and...

(1994)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com

1994, 1st Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, San Francisco, CA, United States

Abstract:





What are Length and Time?

(1994)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com

1994, 1st Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, San Francisco, CA, United States

Abstract:





Introduction to the Wave Structure of Matter

(2008)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com
Geoff Haselhurst
Australia; haselhurst.wsm@spaceandmotion.com, www.spaceandmotion.com
Michael Weber
9941 Deer Creek Road, Portville, NY 14770, United States; miweber2@vt.edu
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 19, No. S3, pp. 43-45

Abstract:

This article introduces other articles in this edition of Galilean Electrodynamics. Topics below are:

  1. The wave equations of Principle I of the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM)
  2. The Doppler effect between two charged particles
  3. Principle II of the WSM

The WSM is of interest to every curious person who has puzzled over the meaning of space and the Universe. Until now the origin of the Natural Laws had been unknown although many persons have sought a The Theory of Everything. The unique feature of the Wave Structure of Matter is to replace the concept of a discrete material particle. The WSM is simple ? Only one wave medium, space, and its two properties, Principles I and II, are needed to obtain the laws of Nature that underlie all science. Applications have appeared in industries where their bottom line is dependent on scientific truth, such as the development of computer chips by Hitachi Corp., and by Professor Carver Mead at the California Institute of Technology for Intel Corp.




The Wave Structure of Electron Spin

(2008)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 19, No. S3, pp. 57-60

Abstract:

The origin of the mysterious quantum spin of the electron and other charged ?particles? is shown to be a result of the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM). Spin is a spherical rotation in quantum space of the inward quantum waves of an electron at the electron wave-center to become the outward waves. Spherical rotation, a unique property of 3D space, can be described using SU(2) group theory algebra. The WSM spin agrees completely with the theoretical spin derived by Dirac (1929), and shows the physical origin of his Dirac Equation.




Light and the Electron - Einstein's Last Question

(2006)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com
Geoff Haselhurst
Australia; haselhurst.wsm@spaceandmotion.com, www.spaceandmotion.com
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 17, No. 6, pp. 103-109

Abstract:

Light is an energy exchange between electrons that dominates communication throughout the Universe. However, until recently neither the exchange mechanism, nor the electron structure, nor the structure of any matter was known. When asked his opinion of the growing resonance data of hadrons from accelerators, Einstein replied: I would just like to know what an electron is. The structure of the electron, its energy exchange mechanism and Einstein's question are answered below. It is shown that the Natural Laws originate from a wave structure of the electron and all matter. New applications are described.

* presented at the Optical Fiber Communication Conference, Los Angeles, 22-27 February 2004




Relativistic Mass Increase and Doppler Shift Without Special Relativity

(1998)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 9, No. 6, pp. 117-120

Abstract:

The relativistic mass-increase and Doppler shift formulae are derived solely from the conservation laws and the assumption of symmetry between a wave source and a wave receiver which have no preferred frame of motion. The Lorentz Transformation is not used. This simple result makes a clear separation between the experimentally proven effects of mass increase and Doppler shift, and the controversial time and length contractions. It also adds further experimental evidence of the wave structure of matter discussed in earlier works. The origin of the mass increase and Doppler effect is attributed to the advanced and retarded waves in the quantum wave structure of the electron. The present result thus has great significance for the philosophy of physics.



Einstein's Last Question: What is an Electron?

(2010)

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com



Proceedings of the NPA, Volume 7, pp. 631-634

2010, 17th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Long Beach, CA, United States

Abstract:

Einstein was queried about the huge numbers of short-lived heavy particles found using high-energy accelerators. Einstein was a careful thinker and replied, ?I would just like to know what an electron is.? He implied that the pedestrian electron, was more important to science than billions spent on accelerators. Einstein saw the electron as the leading player in the Universe. But it did not behave like a discrete particle. Something was wrong and Einstein knew it.

Answering Einstein. This article shows that the electron is indeed the leading player in the universe, deeply involved with the Laws of Nature. We follow suggestions by William Clifford (1876) and Irwin Schroedinger (1989) to reject the discrete-particle electron and replace it with a wave-electron. The Scalar Waves of the electron are the only solution of the only Scalar-Wave Equation in Schroedinger's space. Amazingly, it is found that the wave-electron predicts all the experimental properties of the electron. And, It is the origin of all the Natural Laws, fulfilling Einstein's intuition.

The Truth of Nature. In Einstein's mind the electron was the origin of the natural laws that underlie technology. This article carefully examines the evidence for the truth of Nature revealing that his intuition was right. You, the reader, will find many treasured concepts are not true.


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