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Dr. Stefan Marinov

Graz
Austria

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Marinov, Dr. Stefan     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Stefan_Marinov)
Physicist, Inventor (Deceased)

Topics: Expansion_Tectonics, New_Energy, Aether
Interests: New Energy, Relativity
Nationality: Bulgarian
Born: Sunday, February 1, 1931
Died: Tuesday, July 15, 1997 (Age 66)

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Edited Journals:
Deutsche Physik

Books:
1982Proceedings of the International Conference on Space-Time Absoluteness (ICSTA), Genova (Italy), 8-11 of July, 1982
1982The Thorny Way of Truth, Part I: Documents on the Process of Restoration of the Absolute Space-Time Conceptions
1981Classical Physics, Part I: Mathematical Apparatus
1981Classical Physics, Part II: Axiomatics & Low-Velocity Mechanics
1981Classical Physics, Part III: High-Velocity Mechanics
1981Classical Physics, Part IV: Gravimagretism
1981Classical Physics, Part V: Electromagnetism
1977 / 4th ed 2008Eppur Si Mouve

Abstracts Online:
1993Discussion Between C. K. Whitney and S. Marinov on Silvertooth's Experiment
1989Repetition of Silvertooth's Experiment for Measuring the Aether Drift
1980The Experimental Measurements of the One-Way Light Velocity and Its Possibilities for Absolute Velocity Measurement
1987A Simplified Repetition of Silvertooth's Measurement of the Absolute Velocity of the Solar System
1987The Anisotropy of Light Velocity
1989Violation of the Laws of Conservation of Angular Momentum and Energy
1989Coup de Grace to Relativity and to Something Else
1985The Laboratory Motion of a Charge in a Uniform Magnetic Field
1989Stationary Currents
1989Stationary Currents (Continued)
1982Contrary to Wilczynski, There is No Aberration for Co-moving Source and Observer
1974Velocity of Light in a Moving Medium According to the Absolute Space-Time Theory
1978Unknown
1978The Ultrasonic "Coupled-Shutters" Experiment for Measurement of the Earth's Absolute Velocity
1978The Equivalence of Compton and Doppler Effects
1978A Decisive Experiment Establishing the Absolute Nature of Electromagnetic Phenomena
1994"Drag-of-Light" Experiments
1994The Wrong Lorentz-Grassmann Equation, The Right Lorentz-Marinov Equation, the Discovery of the Scalar Magnetic Field and of the Self-Accelerating Generator "SIBERIAN COLIU" in which Not Back but Forth Electric Tension is Induced
1997The Electric Intensity Induced in a Wire at Rest by a Moving Magnet
1991Optic Measurements of Absolute Velocity of Earth
1980Measurement of the Laboratory's Absolute Velocity
1991Propulsive and Rotating Amp?re Bridges and the Principle of Relativity

Event Attendence:
1994-05-122nd International Symposium on New EnergyConference
1989-01-01Foundations of Mathematics & Physics in the 20th Century: The Rejection of IntuitionConference
1982-07-08International Conference on Space-Time Absoluteness (ICSTA)Conference
1979-11-22International Conference on Space-TimeConference

Biography

Stefan Marinov was a Bulgarian physicist, researcher, writer and lecturer who promoted anti-relativistic theoretical viewpoints, and later in his life defended the ideas of perpetual motion and free energy. He committed suicide in Graz, Austria on July 15, 1997.

Life and education

Marinov was born on 1 February 1931 in Sofia in a family of intellectual communists. In 1948 he finished Soviet College in Prague, then studied physics at the University of Prague and Sofia University. He was an Assistant Professor of Physics from 1960 to 1974 at Sofia University. In 1966-67, 1974, and 1977 he was subject to compulsory psychiatric treatment in Sofia because of his political dissent. In September 1977 Marinov received a passport and he successfully emigrated out of the country, moving to Brussels. In 1978, Marinov moved to Washington, D.C.. Later he lived in Italy and Austria. In his later years, Marinov earned a living as a groom for horses.

Work

Marinov was known for his sly sense of humor and fiery personality. One of his interests was the quest for "free energy" sources via construction of toy theories (new axiomatic systems that putatively describe our physical reality) and their experimental testing against the mainstream physical theories. In 1992 Marinov wrote a letter to German Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl in support of a German company, Becocraft, that was doing research into "free energy" technologies and had recently been the target of lawsuits. In the letter, Marinov threatened to set himself on fire at the steps of the German parliament if Kohl was not willing to intervene in favour of Marinov's associates.

On July 15, 1997, Marinov fell to his death from a staircase at a library at the University of Graz. He was 66 years old and was survived by his son Marin Marinov, who at the time was a vice-Minister of Industry of Bulgaria.

Dr. Stefan Marinov?A Suicide

Word has been received of the tragic, apparent suicide of new energy researcher, Stefan Marinov. The police explanation is that Dr. Stefan Marinov killed himself, on July 15, 1997, jumping from the University of Graz (Austria) Library building (Bibliotheque).

We are glad that we were able to publish some of his last work (see Experimenter's Corner, IE #12.) and will be publishing more in the future. We are very saddened to hear that such a brilliant, intense man has left us, but we can still learn from him. - Eugene Mallove, Infinite Energy #13

An Obituary Note about Stefan Marinov

I was appalled by word of Marinov's suicide. For a professed Christian (about which he and I had corresponded) this is like saying, ?OK, Lucifer, you win! I give up!? Marinov, in my opinion, was a real genius in the sense that he very well understood all of the classical theoretical physics in great detail (sufficient detail to argue that historically some wrong turnings had been taken, and that Maxwell's Equations as we normally see them can be readily disproved by a large number of table-top Faraday/Ampere type of experiments) and yet was an exceedingly good experimentalist who invented and had built and tested a large number of very complicated electromechanical & hydro-electromagnetic devices & systems.

A native of Bulgaria (and former Assistant Prof. of Physics from 1960 to 1974 at Sofia University), on certain occasions in 1966-67, 1974, and 1977 he was forcibly confined to mental hospitals and given psychiatric ?treatment? because of political dissent. In 1977 he got a passport and in 1978 lived in Washington, D.C.; later he lived in Italy and  Austria.  He was fluent in both English and German. He was involved publicly with many quarrels with the Editor of Nature who refused to print either his papers or his Letters to the Editor. He retaliated by somehow securing the funds to place full-page ads in Nature expressing his frustration with the dogmatic attitude of the Establishment.

He claimed to have seen in operation and learned the secret of the so-called ?Swiss ML converter? or TESTATIKA electrical generator [which appears to get free energy from nowhere],which was discovered by Paul Baumann (?by inspiration rather than human effort?), who is the head of the 500-member Christian religious commune METHERNITHA in Switzerland, which says they generate most of the electricity for hundreds of people via such ?perpetuum mobile? generators, which they are unwilling to share with this fallen world. He was supposedly the only member who did not live in the commune. He tried many times, but failed, to persuade them to share their allegedly great discovery with the remainder of mankind.

He wrote a book ?Divine Electro-magnetism? [available from East West Affiliates in Austria at Morellenfeldgasse 16, 8010 Graz, phone (0316) 37 70 93, for $70 + S&H] giving his take on the flaws in classical EM as now taught and how allegedly ?high-school level experiments? can flatly disprove some parts of it in favor of other versions buried in now- forgotten old literature before the present version was settled on and now handed down by the Establishment dogmatically.

He earned his living by being a groom for horses but he was a prolific writer & inventor in German and had a large following who subscribed to his journal Deutsche Physik.  His targets were schoolchildren not yet brainwashed by the Establishment into accepting false but dogmatically-taught ideas.  He was dead-certain that he had disproved all kinds of dogmatically-taught aspects of conventional electromagnetism, (Lorentz-Ampere Force Law, speed of light, special relativity, ether, Michelson-Morley, etc. - sadly, my memory is hazy, so I may not be recalling his protests correctly).

In studying the first edition of his book, I found a mistake in vector calculus and wrote to him, but he sent me the second edition in which another mathematician had already corrected him.   He was one year younger than myself (I turn 67 tomorrow) but seemed much younger (?45 or 50?) and was an extremely vital and extraordinarily magnetic /charismatic/ enthusiastic and attractive person. I met him in Denver more than a year ago and handed him $100 cash which I had owed him for the 2nd Edition which he had trusted me to pay but on which I was about a year late [though he readily forgave me]!). I can understand his being ?worn out? by the utterly monolithic refusal of the Establishment to listen to his allegations that he had measured ether drift (or whatever) and found in it the rotation of the earth (i.e. some diurnal variation  - or whatever, my recollection is hazy).  Perhaps he had measured a diurnal variation in the speed of light; my memory is hazy.  The one thing I remember is that the blueprints for his numerous devices all looked very professional & convincing and the photos of his devices looked like they had really been built, yet he had evidently also spent many thousands of hours on extremely complicated mathematical calculations in most of which I could find no mistake.  (Few theoreticians are sufficiently versatile to be electro-mechanically creative experimenters!) He published detailed plans for a hydraulic-electro-magnetic perpetuum mobile and showed photos of it in operation, but nobody ?important? paid the slightest attention to him. What a tragedy!

Sincerely,
Dr. Robert W. Bass
Infinite Energy #14

Articles:


Journals Edited by Dr. Stefan Marinov



Name: Deutsche Physik
Editors: Dr. Stefan Marinov
Status: Discontinued
Founded: 1991
Ended: 1997
Contact Name: Dr. Stefan Marinov

Books by Dr. Stefan Marinov



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Eppur Si Mouve

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 200
Publisher: East-West Publishers, Graz
Year: 1977 / 4th ed 2008
ISBN: 978-9185917020

Websites: www.ptep-online.com/index_files/books.html en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov

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Description

Stefan Marinov (1931-1997), an experimental and theoretical physicist, who invented a new and highly original method (the "coupled shutters" experiment) to measure the anisotropy in the distribution of the observable velocity of light which is due to the carrying of a light beam by the motion of the space of the Earth itself, despite the world-invariant of the velocity of light is still remaining constant. This book, originally peer reviewed and prefaced by Andrew D. Sakharov (1977), contains a detailed description of the experiment along with many other experiments, and also an updated version of Marinov's treatment of relativistic mechanics and electrodynamics.


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Classical Physics, Part I: Mathematical Apparatus

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 260
Publisher: International Publishers
Year: 1981

Websites: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Description

 MATHEMATICAL APPARATUS represents Part I of CLASSICAL PHYSICS which consists of the following five volumes:

I. Mathematical apparatus.
II. Axiomatics. Low-velocity mechanics.
III. High-velocity mechanics.
IV. Gravi-magretism.
V. Elektromagnetism.

The mathematical apparatus used in the four physical parts is presented in Part I. Thus the whole book can be read without consulting any other mathematical book. CLASSICAL PHYSICS is written as a text-book for high school students but, because of its simplicity and clarity can also be read by college students. It shows that classical physics is a very simple study understandable for any person who wishes to know it.



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Classical Physics, Part III: High-Velocity Mechanics

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 278
Publisher: International Publishers
Year: 1981

Websites: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Description

HIGH-VELOCITY MECHANICS represents Part III of Marinov's encyclopaedic CLASSICAL PHYSICS, which is constructed on the Newtonian notions of absolute space and time. The notion "aether" can be considered exclusively as a synonym to the notion of "absolute space", being defined as the space in which the center of mass of the universe is at rest, or the space in which the velocity of light is isotropic. The fundamental aspects of Marinov's absolute space-time theory are elaborated in Part III. Within effects of first order in v/c Marinov's theory is identical with Newton's theory.  The differnces are for effects of second (and higher) order in v/c. Marinov shows that all high-velocity light experiments can be explained if the laboratory velocity of light is taken not in the Newtonian form c' = c - v cos θ, but in the form c' = c2/(c + v cos θ), where θ is the angle between the absolute velocity v of the laboratory and the direction of light propagation Almost half of Part III is dedicated to the analysis of experiments giving confirmation of Marinov's absolute space-time theory. A detailed description is given to Marinov's own numerous experiments, the most important of which is the "coupled-mirror" experiment, with whose help, as the first man in history, in 1973, Marinov succeedes in registering the absolute motion of the Earth in a laboratory; in 1975/76 he measured accurately enough the Sun's absolute velocity, obtaining a magnitude 303 km/sec with equatorial coordinates of the apex: declination -23??, right ascention 14h 17m. This experiment shows in the most direct way that Einstein's principle of relativity is invalid. Very important are also the various Marinov experiments on the rotating disk.


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Classical Physics, Part II: Axiomatics & Low-Velocity Mechanics

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 196
Publisher: International Publishers
Year: 1981

Websites: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Description

AXIOMATICS and LOW-VELOCITY MECHANICS represent Part IIA and Part IIB of Marinov?s encyclopaedic CLASSICAL PHYSICS, constructed exclusively on the ten axioms introduced in Part IIA. Those are the axioms for space, time, and energy, the axioms for the different kinds of energy (space energy, time energy, and space-time energy), the axiom for the conservation of energy, and the high-velocity axiom. Marinov builds the whole mathematical apparatus of classical physics on a single equation ? the law of energy conservation. All other equations in classical physics, obtained uniquely by the help of simple mathematical speculations, are logical results from this single axiomatical equation. However, with his "small but many beat one big" experiment, described in the preface to Part I, Marinov has registered a violation in the law of energy conservation. This experiment is the first one in history which can be treated at the same time in the domain of classical physics and in the domain of statistical physics. It is based on the "transfer" of momentum and energy "through" extended bodies and on the fact that for massive particles (particles moving with a velocity lower than c) momentum is not proportional to kinetic energy, because the change of the space momentum is a low-velocity phenomenon, while the change of the momentum (rest energy plus kinetic energy divided by c) is a high-velocity phenomenon. As Marinov writes in the preface: "The aim of writing CLASSICAL PHYSICS is the presentation of the report on my "small but many beat one big" experiment. All five volumes can be considered as an appendix to this report.


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Classical Physics, Part IV: Gravimagretism

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 236
Publisher: International Publishers
Year: 1981

Websites: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Description

GRAVIMAGRETISM represents Part IV of Marinov?s encyclopaedic CLASSICAL PHYSICS. In Marinov?s absolute space-time theory the gravitational phenomena are considered by analogy with the electromagnetic phenomena. Aiming to obtain a complete mathematical similarity in the gravitational and electromagnetic theories, Marinov introduces hypothetically the magretic energy as a space-time companion to the space gravitational energy, in the same manner as magnetic energy is a space-time companion to the space electric energy. For this reason Marinov re-names the gravitational theory "gravimagretism. Until today experiments have not given proofs about the existence or non-existence of magretic energy. Such an experiment (the "cauldron" experiment) is proposed by Marinov in Part V. The results of Marinov?s accelerated "coupled-mirrors" experiment (described in Part III) shows that Einstein?s principle of equivalence is not valid, i.e. one can make an experimental distinction between a kinematic and a gravitational acceleration. Marinov?s high-velocity experiments lead to the conclusion that our universe is static as a whole. Thus Marinov considers the "red shift" of the galaxies as a gravitational effect and not as a Doppler effect due to the "escaping velocities" of the galaxies. Marinov shows that the gravitational treatment of the "red shift" leads to a quadratic dependence on the distance to the galaxies and not to a linear dependence as one obtains at the Doppler treatment. The observational data fit better to a quadratic dependence and not to a linear dependence as was established previously by Hubble.


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Classical Physics, Part V: Electromagnetism

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 246
Publisher: International Publishers
Year: 1981

Websites: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Description

ELECTROMAGNETISM represents Part V of Marinov?s encyclopaedic CLASSICAL PHYSICS. In Marinov?s absolute space-time theory the fundamental equations in electromagnetism and gravimagretism are obtained as mathematical corollaries of the axiomatically accepted energy conservation law and of the axiomatically introduced forms of the space (electrical and gravitational), space-time (magnetic and magretic), and time (rest plus kinetic) energies. The unique difference between electromagnetism and gravimagretism is that the parameters of the space and space-time energies in electromagnetism are the electric charges of the particles which are velocity independent, while in gravimagretism those parameters are the proper masses of the particles which are velocity dependent. Marinov shows (in Part III) that the time energy of any particle is its gravitational energy with the mass of the whole universe. Thus, because of the velocity dependence on the gravitational energy, any particle is related to absolute space through its proper mass. The recent experiment of Werner on the Sagnac effect with neutrons gives an eloquent confirmation of this assertion. When considering the motion of a particle in a moving laboratory, electromagnetic forces appear due to the absolute motion of the laboratory. So the elementary particles revolving in a circular accelerator move with different velocities at different points of their trajectories. Marinov builds whole his theory without introducing the notion "spreading of interaction"; on the basis of his absolute space-time conceptions he calculates in a very simple and lucid way the potential, radiation, and radiation reaction fields of a moving charge.


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The Thorny Way of Truth, Part I: Documents on the Process of Restoration of the Absolute Space-Time Conceptions

by Dr. Stefan Marinov

Pages: 334
Publisher: International Publishers
Year: 1982
ISBN: B0007C722K

Websites: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
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Description

THE THORNY WAY OF TRUTH represents a collection of documents of different kind which show the enormous difficulties which Stefan Marinov had to overcome on his way in restoring absolute space and time, in revealing the gravitational character of kinetic energy and the static character (in general) of our world.  The "law of inertia" is valid for the collective creation of political, moral, artistic or scientific character.  Traditions and conservatism are indispenable for the functioning of anysociety, science or religion.  However, if one gives no freedom for the communication of new ideas and of the results of new experiences and experiments, the progress in human society and science is impossible.  As this book shows, our society is rather the same as in the times of Jesus Christ and Galileo.  Of course, the norms of behavior have become more sophisticated, but one is not sure whether this "sophistication" is a result of our enlightenment and humanisation or those who maintain the power have understood that the imprisonment in psychiatric clinics is more effective than a crucification and the covering with silence is more effective than a denial. - Back cover

The Thorny Way of Truth is a ten volume series:

  1. Documents on the Process of Restoration of the Absolute Space-Time Conceptions (1982, 336pp)
  2. Documents on the Invention of the Perpetuum Mobile, on the Centurial Blindness of Mankind, and on its Frantic Perserverance in It (1984, 352pp)
  3. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (1988, 336pp)
  4. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (1989, 336pp)
  5. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (19?, ?)
  6. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (19?, ?)
  7. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (1990, 336pp)
  8. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (1990, 320pp)
  9. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (199?, ?)
  10. Documents on the Violation of the Laws of Conservation (1997, 324pp)


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Proceedings of the International Conference on Space-Time Absoluteness (ICSTA), Genova (Italy), 8-11 of July, 1982

by Dr. Stefan Marinov (Editor), Dr. Paul Wesley (Editor)

Pages: 214
Year: 1982

Papers by Dr. Stefan Marinov



Discussion Between C. K. Whitney and S. Marinov on Silvertooth's Experiment

(1993)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Dr. Cynthia Kolb Whitney
141 Rhinecliff Street, Arlington, MA 02476-7331, United States; galilean_electrodynamics@comcast.net, (781) 643-3155, mywebpages.comcast.net/adring
Deutsche Physik, Volume 2, No. 8
Keywords: Silvertooth Experiment

Lookup: silvertooth experiment (2), experiment (56), silvertooth (2)

Abstract:





Repetition of Silvertooth's Experiment for Measuring the Aether Drift

(1989)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 12, No. 3, pp. 187
Keywords: Silvertooth Experiment, Aether Drift

Lookup: silvertooth experiment (2), aether (102), experiment (56), silvertooth (2), drift (3)




The Experimental Measurements of the One-Way Light Velocity and Its Possibilities for Absolute Velocity Measurement

(1980)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 3, No. 1, pp. 57-62

Abstract:

This article was repeatedly referenced in connection with ether and light velocity experiments.



A Simplified Repetition of Silvertooth's Measurement of the Absolute Velocity of the Solar System

(1987)

Dr. Paul Wesley
Weiherdammstr. 24, 78176 Blumberg, Germany; pwesley@worldnpa.org, +49 7702658
Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov

Progress in Space-Time Physics , pp. 16-31

Keywords: Silvertooth's experiment, absolute velocity, solar system, rotating axle

Lookup: solar system (9), silvertooth experiment (2), solar (24), absolute (26), experiment (56), velocity (55), system (2), silvertooth (2)

Abstract:

I [Stefan Marinov] carried out Silvertooth's experiment in a substantially different arrangement which simplifies enormously its execution. I obtained in January 1987 the following figures for the absolute velocity of the Solar System and for the equatorial coordinates of its apex: v = 386 [] 38 km/s, [] = - 22o [] 6o, and a = 12.5h [] 0.5h. This result is in agreement with Silvertooth's result, my own results using a rotating axle, the coupled mirrors experiment and the toothed-wheels experiment, and the result of the 2.7oK thermal cosmic background anisotropy.




The Anisotropy of Light Velocity

(1987)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov

Progress in Space-Time Physics , pp. 32-35

Keywords: Anisotropy, Light Velocity

Lookup: light velocity (6), anisotropy (5), light (157), velocity (55)

Abstract:

It is shown that the claim of Byl et al to having experimentally demonstrated the isotropy of the velocity of light in agreement with "special relativity" is not warranted. Their arrangement simply allows two anisotropic effects to cancel each other out. A general discussion concerning the first order in V/c effects in the propagation of light is presented. The difficulty in communicating space-time physics through scientific journals is also discussed.




Violation of the Laws of Conservation of Angular Momentum and Energy

(1989)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov

Proceedings of the Conference on Foundations in Mathematics and Physics , pp. 163-178


1989, Foundations of Mathematics & Physics in the 20th Century: The Rejection of Intuition, Perugia, Italy
Keywords: Conservation, Angular Momentum, Energy

Lookup: energy (303), angular momentum (31), conservation (25), momentum (58), angular (35)

Abstract:

Proceeding from four axiomatical assertions, I deduce the whole theoretical basis of electromagnetism coming to some differences with conventional physics.  Than I show that violations of the laws of conservation of angular momentum and energy have been already observed by other experimenters and by myself.



Coup de Grace to Relativity and to Something Else

(1989)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 4, pp. 3911-3927
Keywords: Relativity

Lookup: relativity (390)




The Laboratory Motion of a Charge in a Uniform Magnetic Field

(1985)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 3, No. 1, pp. 1033-1036
Keywords: Electromagnetism, Motion

Lookup: electromagnetism (33), motion (71)




Stationary Currents

(1989)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 1, pp. 3463-3472
Keywords: Current

Lookup: current (14)




Stationary Currents (Continued)

(1989)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 2, pp. 3615-3631
Keywords: Current

Lookup: current (14)




Contrary to Wilczynski, There is No Aberration for Co-moving Source and Observer

(1982)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Foundations of Physics, Volume 12, No. 5, pp. 551-553
Keywords: Aberration, Motion, Source, Observer

Lookup: motion (71), aberration (16), observer (5), source (6)




Velocity of Light in a Moving Medium According to the Absolute Space-Time Theory

(1974)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
International Journal of Theoretical Physics, Volume 9, No. 2, pp. 139-144
Keywords: Moving Medium , Absolute Space-Time

Lookup: space (104), time (100), medium (14), absolute (26), moving (15)




Unknown

(1978)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 1, pp. 520




The Ultrasonic "Coupled-Shutters" Experiment for Measurement of the Earth's Absolute Velocity

(1978)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 1, No. 3, pp. 235-238
Keywords: Ultrasonic "Coupled-Shutters" Experiment, Earth's Absolute Velocity

Lookup: space (104), time (100), medium (14), absolute (26), moving (15), earth (34), absolute (26), experiment (56), velocity (55), ultrasonic (3)




The Equivalence of Compton and Doppler Effects

(1978)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 1, No. 3, pp. 231-233
Keywords: Compton Effect, Doppler Effect

Lookup: doppler effect (9), compton effect (5), effect (63), compton (9), doppler (15)




A Decisive Experiment Establishing the Absolute Nature of Electromagnetic Phenomena

(1978)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 1, No. 3, pp. 239-244
Keywords: Electromagnetism, Absolute, Experiment

Lookup: electromagnetism (33), absolute (26), experiment (56)




"Drag-of-Light" Experiments

(1994)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Speculations in Science and Technology, Volume 17, No. 3, pp. 191-200
Keywords: Aether Drag, Light, Experiments

Lookup: light (157), experiments (25), aether (102), drag (4)




The Wrong Lorentz-Grassmann Equation, The Right Lorentz-Marinov Equation, the Discovery of the Scalar Magnetic Field and of the Self-Accelerating Generator "SIBERIAN COLIU" in which Not Back but Forth Electric Tension is Induced

(1994)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov

Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on New Energy , pp. 299-320


1994, 2nd International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, CO, United States
Keywords: Lorentz-Grassmann Equation, Scalar Magnetic Field, Self-Accelerating Generator, Electric Tension

Lookup: field (99), generator (14), electric (45), magnetic (55), equation (24), lorentz (73), scalar (15), grassmann (2), self (2), tension (3), accelerating (2)




The Electric Intensity Induced in a Wire at Rest by a Moving Magnet

(1997)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 8, No. 6, pp. 117-120

Abstract:

According to the principle of relativity, the electric intensity induced in a wire moving with a velocity v with respect to a magnet at rest, generating a magnetic potential A at the wire?s location, must be equal to the intensity induced in the case where the wire is at rest and the magnet moves with velocity -v. This paper argues that this is not true; the electric intensity induced in the first case is v x (del x A), while that in the second case is -(v dot del) A.



Optic Measurements of Absolute Velocity of Earth

(1991)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Problems for Investigation of the Universe, Volume 15, pp. 357-364

Abstract:





Measurement of the Laboratory's Absolute Velocity

(1980)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov


General Relativity and Gravitation, Volume 12, No. 1, pp. 57-66

Abstract:

The report is given on a local meuun:ment of the absolute velocity of a laboratory. This is the resulttnt velocity due to all types of motion in which the laboratory takes Part (about the wth's axis, about the Sun, about the galactic center, about the center of the cluster of galaxies).



Propulsive and Rotating Amp?re Bridges and the Principle of Relativity

(1991)

Dr. Stefan Marinov
Graz, Austria, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stefan_Marinov
Physics Essays, Volume 4, No. 1, pp. 30-36
Keywords: special relativity, electromagnetism

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Abstract:

It is shown that the historical Amp?re bridge experiment and its rotational variation realized by the present author seem to violate the principle of relativity. The rotating Ampere bridge represents an electromotor without stator, because it rotates under the action of internal forces thus violating Newton's third law. Nevertheless, back tension is induced at its rotation in contradiction with the relativistic concepts, according to which tension can be induced only if there is mutual motion between ?magnet? and ?wire.? Quantitative predictions of the induced back tension are done, and the experimental confirmations of these predictions are presented.

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