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Arnold G. Gulko
aggulko@verizon.net
Tel: (301) 649-3795

1835 Arcola Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20902
United States

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Gulko, Arnold G.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Arnold_Gulko)
(Retired)

Interests: Vortex Theory, Electrodynamics
Nationality: USA
Age: 90
Born: 1927

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Books:
2006/1980/1985The Vortex Theory - Revised
2003Gamma Radiation in the Cosmos
2003Gravity in the Cosmos
2003The Big Bang Theory is Dead
1999The Distribution of Mass in the Cosmos
1998The Vortex Theory of Black Holes, Gamma-Ray Bursts and Galaxies in the Cycle of the Universe
1997The Remote Universe
1996Vortex Fundamentals
1995A Revolution in Astrophysics
1992Advances in Understanding the Fundamentals of Nature
1992The Cycle of the Universe - Further Considerations
1992The Evolution of the Cosmos
1991Quasars in the Cycle of the Universe
1989The Formation and Evolution of Galaxies
1986Cosmology in a Nature Consisting of Energy

Abstracts Online:
2008An Analysis of Energy and Charge
2008The Structure of the Visible Universe
2008Let?s Keep It Simple
2008Relation Between Black Hole and Supernova Actions
2008The Fine Structure Constant
2008Dark Energy as Key to the Cosmos
2008The Cosmological Implications of Mass Distribution
1993Charged Ring Model of Elementary Particles: A Controversy
1992Hydrogen Clouds in Space
1992The Electron's Charge Revised
1992Book Review: The Observational Approach to Cosmology by Edwin Hubble
1985What's the Matter With Matter?
1987The Aether - Comparison With Fact
1986The Aether in a Gravitational Field
1991Cold Dark Matter and the Big Bang Theory
1986Comments on the Paradox of Antimatter
1986A Critical Dimension Based on the Velocity of Light
1988Dark Matter - Comparison with Ordinary Matter
1987The Development of the Aether Elements of Light and Matter
1992The Electron's Charge
1985The Fine Structure Constant
1988The Higgs Boson
1985The Inflationary Universe Evaluated
1988Interstellar Dust
1986Light Transmission in a Gravitational Environment
1988The Motion of Clusters of Galaxies
1987Nature from the Perspective of Force Propagation
1989The Physical Basis for Electron Configuration
1990Quantum Theory and the Atom
1991The Relationship Between Energy, Mass and Charge
1992Response to J. C. Edwards' Comments on "The Relationship Between Energy, Mass and Charge"
1988The Shape of the Nucleus
1992The Size of Particles and Energy Considerations
1987Slowing a Beam of Light
1989The Soliton Explanation of Superconductivity
1988The Star that Couldn't be There
1989The Structure of Space
1989Understanding Supernovas - Type I
1989The Vortex Construction of the Neutron
1992What Did Bohr Do?
1993Supernove 1987 A: The Unseen Companion
1993Derivation of the Fine Structure Constant in Terms of the Electric Charge and Planck's Constant

Biography

Arnold G. Gulko once worked in the Patent office in Arlington, VA.

 
Books: (available from the author), all copiously indexed.
  • The Vortex Theory (1980) [second edition 1985] out of print
  • Cosmology in a Nature Consisting of Energy, 96p. (1986) $20.00
  • The Formation and Evolution of Galaxies, 81p. (1989) $18.00
  • Quasars in the Cycle of the Universe, 58p. (1991) $15.00
  • Advances in Understanding the Fundamentals of Nature, 186p. (1992) $25.00
  • The Cycle of the Universe - Further Considerations, 84p. (1992) $20.00
  • The Evolution of the Cosmos, 132p. (1994) $27.00
  • A Revolution in Astrophysics, 93p. (1995) $18.00
  • Vortex Fundamentals, 69p. (1996) $16.00
  • The Remote Universe, 101p. (1997) $20.00
  • The Vortex Theory of Black Holes, Gamma-Ray Bursts and Galaxies in the Cycle of the Universe, 67p. (1998)
  • The Distribution of Mass in the Cosmos, 46p. (1999) $15.00
  • Gravity in the Cosmos, 39p. (2003) $15.00
  • The Big Bang Theory is Dead, 62p. (2003) $16.00
  • Gamma Radiation in the Cosmos, 44p. (2003) $12.00
  • The Vortex Theory - Revised, 161p. (2006) $30.00

Books by Arnold G. Gulko



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Cosmology in a Nature Consisting of Energy

by Arnold G. Gulko

KeyWords: new energy

Pages: 96
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1986

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The Formation and Evolution of Galaxies

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 81
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1989

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Quasars in the Cycle of the Universe

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 58
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1991


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Advances in Understanding the Fundamentals of Nature

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 186
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1992


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The Cycle of the Universe - Further Considerations

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 84
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1992


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The Evolution of the Cosmos

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 132
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1992


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A Revolution in Astrophysics

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 93
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1995


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Vortex Fundamentals

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 69
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1996


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The Remote Universe

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 101
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1997


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The Vortex Theory of Black Holes, Gamma-Ray Bursts and Galaxies in the Cycle of the Universe

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 67
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1998


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The Distribution of Mass in the Cosmos

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 46
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 1999


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Gravity in the Cosmos

by Arnold G. Gulko

KeyWords: gravity

Pages: 39
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 2003


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The Big Bang Theory is Dead

by Arnold G. Gulko

KeyWords: big bang

Pages: 62
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 2003


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Gamma Radiation in the Cosmos

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 44
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 2003


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The Vortex Theory - Revised

by Arnold G. Gulko

Pages: 161
Publisher: Vortex Unlimited
Year: 2006/1980/1985

Websites: members.aol.com/Aggulko
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Description

Chapters:

  1. Was Einstein Right after All?
  2. A Fluid Analysis of Matter
  3. The Charged Particles
  4. The Energy-Matter Connection
  5. The Spin of the Charged Particles
  6. The Neutron and its Association with the Proton
  7. Helium
  8. The Elements Heavier Than Helium
  9. The Structure of the Nucleus - General Considerations
  10. Inertia, Acceleration and Gravity
  11. The Nature of Light
  12. An Analysis of Force
  13. The Charged Particles and Their Association to Form Hydrogen
  14. The Electronic Configuration of the Lowere Elements
  15. Magnesium Undermines the Periodic Table
  16. The Elements Heavier Than Titanium
  17. The Minimum Neutron Content in the Fourth Period
  18. The Nuclear Periodic Table

Papers by Arnold G. Gulko



An Analysis of Energy and Charge

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(5 pages)
Keywords: Energy, Charge

Lookup: energy (303), charge (49)

Abstract:

It is interesting to compare energy and charge, for the two are sometimes confused. To illustrate this confusion, in quantum mechanics the electron is considered to be a point charge, though this writer does not agree. However, this simple assumption has not only confused those who accept quantum mechanics, but it has also confused others who neglect to recognize that this mistake is part of what is today perceived as science. So it infects even those who find the assumptions and non-objective analysis of quantum mechanics unacceptable.



The Structure of the Visible Universe

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(3 pages)
Keywords: Big Bang, Structure, Universe

Lookup: universe (60), big bang (23), structure (31), big (24), bang (23)

Abstract:

In issue #62 of Infinite Energy magazine (2005) in an article entitled "Two Competing Cosmological Theories" (pages 31-39) this writer established that the Big Bang theory did not fit the facts whereas his 25 year old Universe Cycle theory did. At the start of that article the respective theories were summarized, and at the end of the article it was pointed out that the characteristics of the gamma-ray bursts now being received correlated remarkably well with the overall structure of the universe. To briefly summarize the Universe Cycle theory, the cosmos initially contained an infinite space filled with widely spaced apart supermassive black holes, and our visible universe came into being when these holes exploded in gamma-ray bursts of enormous power.



Let?s Keep It Simple

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(11 pages)

Abstract:

We exist in a particulate nature in which there are only two particles which possess significant mass at rest and long term independent stability. These are the electron and the proton. So when we consider our particulate nature from the perspective of the independently stable particles which abound around us, the nuclear zoo of particles in that nature can be simplified by focusing on only these two.




Relation Between Black Hole and Supernova Actions

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(11 pages)

Abstract:

Black holes are the most massive and most mysterious objects in the cosmos, and this writer considers them of great importance to the existence and character of the cosmos. Supernovas are the most powerful explosive releases of energy near us and are now considered to be the only observable event which might form a black hole.  Despite the fact that black holes are formed by supernovas, astrophysics ignores the possibility that the actions of black holes and the supernova event might involve the same mechanism.

To consider the respective actions, we must establish the structure of a black hole, for we cannot consider how a black hole functions without understanding the structure of the hole.  We must also consider the action of black holes in ejecting polar jets, for these jets and their formation is filled with mystery.  Then we must consider the supernova event, for it also contains much that is confused.  With these preliminaries in hand we must compare the formation and characteristics of the jets with the supernova event and its ejecta in order to ascertain the extent to which the two are the same or different.  Lastly, we shall explain the common mechanism of action which this writer believes accounts for both the supernova event and the jets of black holes. 




The Fine Structure Constant

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(8 pages)
Keywords: Fine Structure Constant

Lookup: fine structure constant (9), fine (9), structure (31), constant (47)

Abstract:

The fine structure constant of atomic spectra is obviously important, but physics today does not understand it.  This writer developed some limited understanding of this constant, but the problem involves some complexities which have not previously been resolved.

There are two aspects of the problem.  First, we can consider the fine structure constant from the perspective of the relationship between the energy-based size of the electron and the spacing between the electron and proton in the hydrogen atom.  This has the obvious advantage of bringing into consideration the structure of the hydrogen atom where the formation of that atom represents the simplest illustration of the formation of the fine structure.

Second, we can consider the fine structure from the perspective of the energy-based size, internal structure and action of the electron.  Those factors are also involved in the formation of atomic spectra, and hence with the formation of the fine structure and its constant character.  This consideration is more difficult than the first one because the structure of the hydrogen atom is not present to assist thinking.  Moreover, there is an apparent inconsistency between the first consideration, as previously presented,  and this one, and that inconsistency needs to be eliminated.




Dark Energy as Key to the Cosmos

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(6 pages)
Keywords: Dark Energy

Lookup: dark energy (7), energy (303), dark (21)

Abstract:

The February 2007 issue of Scientific American has an article entitled ?The Universe?s Invisible Hand? by Christopher I. Conselice which suggests ?Dark Energy may be the key link among several aspects of galaxy formation that used to appear unrelated.? As an overview it is suggested:

?Dark energy is best known as the putative agent of cosmic acceleration.  An unidentified substance that exerts a kind of antigravity force on the universe as a whole.?

This antigravity suggestion is directly inconsistent with Newtonian physics (in which actions at a distance have their origin in matter) based upon ?an unidentified substance? which is to act in a manner inconsistent with the action of any force known to man.  This is an outrageous basis for scientific speculation, particularly where what passes for science today appears to have accepted it, at least to the point where the most widely read scientific magazine considers it worthy of publication.  This damns the modern physics community as well as the magazine which permitted publication.




The Cosmological Implications of Mass Distribution

(2008)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko



(27 pages)
Keywords: Cosmology, Mass

Lookup: cosmology (47), mass (94)

Abstract:

The distribution of mass and its motion in the cosmos are reviewed from the perspective of the Big Bang theory and this writer?s Universe Cycle theory to determine the extent to which these theories are consistent with the observations.  Particular consideration is given to the low density of the cosmos, the expected product of a primordial explosion, the homogeneous and isotropic distribution suggested by the Cosmological Principal, the clustering of galaxies and the bottom-up scenario for the formation of large cosmological structures.  The expansion of the universe, its age, the theory of inflation and the existence and character of dark energy are also considered.  Lastly, the large scale structure of the universe suggested by the tri-modal distribution of gamma-ray bursts is discussed.



Charged Ring Model of Elementary Particles: A Controversy

(1993)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
David L. Bergman
PO Box 767306, Roswell, GA 30076-7306, United States; bergmandavid@comcast.net, 770-619-1878, www.commonsensescience.org
Galilean Electrodynamics, Volume 4, No. 5, pp. 98-104
Keywords: charged ring model, elementary particles

Lookup: cosmology (47), mass (94), physics (44), particle (38), ring (6), model (23), charged (10), elementary (23)

Abstract:

Editor's Note:  The following exchange of views would, by its character, belong in the Correspondence column, for which it would be far too long. However, since its subject concerns fundamental points of physics, it was decided to publish it in the form of a regular paper.



Hydrogen Clouds in Space

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 1, pp. 5111-5113
Keywords: Hydrogen Clouds, Space

Lookup: space (104), hydrogen (30)




The Electron's Charge Revised

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 1, pp. 5115-5116
Keywords: Electron Charge

Lookup: space (104), hydrogen (30), electron (46), charge (49)




Book Review: The Observational Approach to Cosmology by Edwin Hubble

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 1, pp. 5117-5121
Keywords: Book Review, Observational Approach, Cosmology, Hubble

Lookup: cosmology (47), hubble (8), book review (2), book (2), review (3)




What's the Matter With Matter?

(1985)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 3, No. 4, pp. 1519-1530
Keywords: Matter, Mass-Energy, Gravity

Lookup: gravity (124), matter (67), energy (303), mass (94)




The Aether - Comparison With Fact

(1987)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 5, No. 2, pp. 2559-2566
Keywords: aether

Lookup: aether (102)




The Aether in a Gravitational Field

(1986)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 4, No. 3, pp. 2066-2069
Keywords: Aether, Gravity

Lookup: gravity (124), aether (102)




Cold Dark Matter and the Big Bang Theory

(1991)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 9, No. 1, pp. 4363-4368
Keywords: Dark Matter, Big Bang

Lookup: dark matter (12), big bang (23), matter (67), dark (21), big (24), bang (23)




Comments on the Paradox of Antimatter

(1986)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 4, No. 2, pp. 1886-1889
Keywords: Antimatter

Lookup: antimatter (2)




A Critical Dimension Based on the Velocity of Light

(1986)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 4, No. 1, pp. 1726-1729
Keywords: Speed of Light

Lookup: speed of light (35), light (157), speed (58)




Dark Matter - Comparison with Ordinary Matter

(1988)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 6, No. 1, pp. 2913-2914
Keywords: Dark Matter

Lookup: dark matter (12), matter (67), dark (21)




The Development of the Aether Elements of Light and Matter

(1987)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 5, No. 4, pp. 2747-2756
Keywords: Aether, Light, Matter

Lookup: aether (102), matter (67), light (157)




The Electron's Charge

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 10, No. 2, pp. 4867-4870
Keywords: Electron, Charge

Lookup: electron (46), charge (49)




The Fine Structure Constant

(1985)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 2, pp. 3661-3669
Keywords: Fine Structure Constant

Lookup: fine structure constant (9), fine (9), structure (31), constant (47)




The Higgs Boson

(1988)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 6, No. 2, pp. 3069-3071
Keywords: Higgs Boson

Lookup: higgs (4), boson (3)




The Inflationary Universe Evaluated

(1985)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 3, No. 3, pp. 1371-1376
Keywords: Inflationary Universe

Lookup: universe (60), inflationary (2)




Interstellar Dust

(1988)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 6, No. 1, pp. 2912
Keywords: Interstellar Dust

Lookup: dust (6), interstellar (2)




Light Transmission in a Gravitational Environment

(1986)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 4, No. 3, pp. 2070-2074
Keywords: Light, Transmission, Gravity

Lookup: gravity (124), light (157), transmission (6)




The Motion of Clusters of Galaxies

(1988)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 6, No. 4, pp. 3277-3284
Keywords: Galaxy Clusters

Lookup: gravity (124), light (157), transmission (6), galaxies (16), clusters (11)




Nature from the Perspective of Force Propagation

(1987)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 5, No. 3, pp. 2649-2656
Keywords: Force

Lookup: force (74)




The Physical Basis for Electron Configuration

(1989)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 4, pp. 3901-3909
Keywords: Electron

Lookup: electron (46)




Quantum Theory and the Atom

(1990)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 8, No. 4, pp. 4321-4325
Keywords: Quantum Theory, Atom

Lookup: quantum theory (15), atom (15), theory (173), quantum (151)




The Relationship Between Energy, Mass and Charge

(1991)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 9, No. 3, pp. 4589-4601
Keywords: Energy, Mass, Charge

Lookup: energy (303), mass (94), charge (49)




Response to J. C. Edwards' Comments on "The Relationship Between Energy, Mass and Charge"

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 10, No. 2, (4871-4872 pages)
Keywords: Energy, Mass, Charge

Lookup: energy (303), mass (94), charge (49)




The Shape of the Nucleus

(1988)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 6, No. 1, pp. 2913-2914
Keywords: Shape, Nucleus

Lookup: shape (5), nucleus (2)




The Size of Particles and Energy Considerations

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 10, No. 1, pp. 4773-4776
Keywords: Particle Size, Energy

Lookup: energy (303), particle (38), size (3)




Slowing a Beam of Light

(1987)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 5, No. 3, pp. 2642-2648
Keywords: Light

Lookup: light (157)




The Soliton Explanation of Superconductivity

(1989)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 1, pp. 3424-3426
Keywords: Soliton, Superconductivity

Lookup: superconductivity (4)




The Star that Couldn't be There

(1988)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 6, No. 4, pp. 3273-3276
Keywords: Star

Lookup: star (17)




The Structure of Space

(1989)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 1, pp. 3427-3429
Keywords: Space

Lookup: space (104)




Understanding Supernovas - Type I

(1989)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 1, pp. 3419-3423
Keywords: Supernova




The Vortex Construction of the Neutron

(1989)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 7, No. 2, pp. 3655-3659
Keywords: Vortex, Neutron

Lookup: neutron (14), vortex (20)




What Did Bohr Do?

(1992)

Arnold G. Gulko
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The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 2, pp. 5207-
Keywords: Bohr

Lookup: bohr (4)




Supernove 1987 A: The Unseen Companion

(1993)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 4, pp. 5461-5463




Derivation of the Fine Structure Constant in Terms of the Electric Charge and Planck's Constant

(1993)

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 4, pp. 5465-5466
Keywords: Fine Structure Constant, Electric Charge Constant, Planck's Constant

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