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Prof. Jorge C. Cur

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Cur, Prof. Jorge C.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Jorge_Cur)
Professor of Physics, Professor of Mathematics, Professor of Philosophy (Deceased)

Topics: Relativity
Interests: Relativity, Philosophy of Science
Nationality: Chilean / Venezualan / USA
Born: Friday, February 6, 1931
Died: Saturday, December 28, 2002 (Age 71)

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Books:
2002Einstein on Trial or Metaphysical Principles of Natural Philosophy

Abstracts Online:
1989On the Identity of Einstein's Cosmic Ether
1991The Perihelic Rotation of Mercury by Newton's Original Method
1994Einstein's Return to the Ether, a Fact Largely Ignored by...
1994On the Improper Clausius Hypothesis in Establishing...
1994On a Probable Quantum Electrodynamic Explanation of Cold Fusion or Quantum Nuclear Chemistry

Event Attendence:
1994-06-201st Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
1994-05-122nd International Symposium on New EnergyConference (Absentia)
1989-01-01Foundations of Mathematics & Physics in the 20th Century: The Rejection of IntuitionConference

Biography

Prof. Jorge C?spedes-Cur? was born in Valparaiso, Chile, on February 6, 1931. At the age of 44 he became Venezuelan. At the age of 63 he became a citizen of the United States of America. Presently, he resides with his wife Shirley in Delray Beach, Florida, USA.

Prof. Cur? attended Catholic University in Valparaiso, Chile, which was operated by the Jesuits. He graduated in Philosophy and Education with the double title of Licentiate in Philosophy and Professor of Mathematics and Physics with Summa Cum Laude. Later, he obtained his Master?s degree in Science from the University of Oklahoma. He taught physics, math and philosophy of science in twelve different universities in Chile, Venezuela and The United States of America.

At the age of twelve he had the good-fortune to be a disciple of Prof. Heinrich Hauser, a retired German professor, who taught him Geometry, Algebra, Chemistry and Physics.  His future scientific career began at the age of fifteen after he read The Life and Work of Mme. Curie and The ABC of Relativity.  At an early age, Prof. Cur? realized that mathematicians had invaded the temple of physics, leaving the science of Galileo without philosophical roots.  This vision forced him to save all his writings over a period of 25 years, to finally write a book for the new generation of the 21st century, and beyond.  Prof. Cur? was a true Natural Philosopher who produced in his book, Einstein on Trial, an extraordinary fusion of physics, philosophy and theology.  He passed away Decmeber 28, 2002.


Books by Prof. Jorge C. Cur



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Einstein on Trial or Metaphysical Principles of Natural Philosophy

by Prof. Jorge C. Cur

KeyWords: einstein

Pages: 411
Publisher: et al Organization
Year: 2002
ISBN: 0971387303
ISBN: 978-0971387300

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Description

In 1905, Einstein set the scientific community on an innovative and, at the time, controversial course abandoning the Newtonian concept of space and time and upholding the Maxwell-Lorentz electrodynamics. Was this a leap forward or has the 20th century followed a misleading course?

In a thoroughly readable and exhaustively philosophical analysis, backed by rigorous mathematical arguments, Jorge C. Cur? places Einstein's conceptions on historic scrutiny. By unifying the Newtonian and classical relativistic conceptions of nature, he establishes a New Physics. A fitting revolution for the new millennium.


Papers by Prof. Jorge C. Cur



On the Identity of Einstein's Cosmic Ether

(1989)

Prof. Jorge C. Cur
951 Spanish Circle, #442F, Delray Beach, FL 33483, United States, 561-276-8354, www.cartesio-episteme.net/fis/cure-mem.htm

Proceedings of the Conference on Foundations in Mathematics and Physics , pp. 61-81


1989, Foundations of Mathematics & Physics in the 20th Century: The Rejection of Intuition, Perugia, Italy
Keywords: Cosmic Ether, Energy, Fields

Lookup: fields (36), energy (303), aether (102), cosmic (14)

Abstract:

An ontological interpretation is made of the new conception of Einstein's ether.  This interpretation leads to the conclusion that the nature of the ether is pure energy.  Michelson-Morley's experiment is analyzed with this new conception of the ether, concluding that scientists and philosophers of the last century overlooked the energetic ether associated to planet earth.  Finally it is shown that the postulate of relativity is incompatible with an ontological identification of the ether, and that the constancy of the speed of light is approximately valid in laboratories immersed in gravitational fields but not in interplanetary, interstellar or intergalactic spaces.



The Perihelic Rotation of Mercury by Newton's Original Method

(1991)

Prof. Jorge C. Cur
951 Spanish Circle, #442F, Delray Beach, FL 33483, United States, 561-276-8354, www.cartesio-episteme.net/fis/cure-mem.htm
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 2, No. 3, pp. 43-47
Keywords: perihelic rotation, Mercury, Newtonian solution, classical mechanics, anamalous motion

Lookup: mercury (16), mechanics (76), motion (71), classical (19), solution (2), newtonian (13), rotation (22)

Abstract:

The purpose of the paper is to show that the dynamical solution of the socalled "anamalous motion" of the planet Mercury, or excess perihelic motion of the planets, appeared for the first time in Newton's Principia in 1687, long before the actual astromonical phenomenon was discovered by LeVerrier in 1859. This historical fact invalidates Einstein's assertion that "Classical Mechanics is powerless" to explain this astrodynamic phenomenon. It is also shown that this Newtonian solution of the excess perihelic motion of the planets provides two additional gravitational terms: one repulsive and another attractive.



Einstein's Return to the Ether, a Fact Largely Ignored by...

(1994)

Prof. Jorge C. Cur
951 Spanish Circle, #442F, Delray Beach, FL 33483, United States, 561-276-8354, www.cartesio-episteme.net/fis/cure-mem.htm

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

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On the Improper Clausius Hypothesis in Establishing...

(1994)

Prof. Jorge C. Cur
951 Spanish Circle, #442F, Delray Beach, FL 33483, United States, 561-276-8354, www.cartesio-episteme.net/fis/cure-mem.htm

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

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On a Probable Quantum Electrodynamic Explanation of Cold Fusion or Quantum Nuclear Chemistry

(1994)

Prof. Jorge C. Cur
951 Spanish Circle, #442F, Delray Beach, FL 33483, United States, 561-276-8354, www.cartesio-episteme.net/fis/cure-mem.htm

Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on New Energy , pp. 503-510


1994, 2nd International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, CO, United States
Keywords: Quantum Electrodynamics, Cold Fusion, Quantum Nuclear Chemistry

Lookup: cold fusion (52), quantum electrodynamics (6), quantum (151), nuclear (46), cold (53), fusion (62), electrodynamics (68), chemistry (3)


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