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Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani

Long Beach, CA
United States

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Carezani, Dr. Ricardo L.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Ricardo_Carezani)
Physicist (Retired)

Interests: Autodynamics, Relativity
Nationality: Argentinian / USA
Age: 96
Born: Monday, April 11, 1921

Related Websites:
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Available Lectures:
Autodyanmics, Gravity, Relativity, Atomic and Subatomic Structure and Interactions

Books:
2005Autodynamics: Storm in Physics
1998Autodynamics: Fundamental Basis for a New Relativistic Mechanics

Abstracts Online:
1998Neutrinos at Fermi Lab
1988A New Experiment With RaE
1998Nucleus-Nucleus Collision
1998Super-Kamiokande: Super-Proof for Neutrino Non-existence

Media Online:
2009-01-10VideoWhy is Einstein Wrong? SuperKamiokande - Part 1
2009-01-10VideoWhy is Einstein Wrong? SuperKamiokande - Part 2
2008-12-05VideoWhy is Einstein Wrong.The Neutrino's origin
2008-11-23VideoWhy is Einstein Wrong?
2008-11-13VideoNewton's-Le Sage's Gravitation
2008-11-05VideoGravity Experiment
2004VideoAutodynamics Gravitation

Event Attendence:
2007-06-30Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory (PIRT) Moscow 2007Conference

Biography

Ricardo Libertario Carezani (b. April 11, 1921 in Cordoba, Argentina), is an Argentine physicist and discoverer of Autodynamics (AD).

Carezani was led to this theory after finding a mistake in Lorentz and Einstein's work. Carezani found that the "two observers in relative motion" postulate from which special relativity is derived was redundant, and when this erroroneous concept was eliminated, a new theory based on one observer observing a "phenomenon" appeared in its own coordinate system. His study of physics began as a 20-year-old in the early 1940s. From the outset he considered Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity to be ill-founded and set about his own critical analysis. By the age of 24 he had developed the foundations for Autodynamics, which is yet to be accepted in mainstream physics.

In 1947, Carezani received his PhD in physics from Tucuman University Argentina. In 1951 he published a book on Autodynamics that was immediately black-listed by the National Atomic Energy Commission. Only 300 copies of the book were printed. In August, 1954 the daily newspaper in Buenos Aires called the Cr?tica (which ceased publication in 1963, published an account of his theory. Carezani in recounting the history of the publication claims the paper's publisher was told not to publish anything else by Dr. Carezani or face being shut down.

After Peron's death, Carezani moved to the United States in 1979 and in 1982 conducted an accelerator experiment at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. The experiment gave a result consistent with mainstream physics and inconsistent with Carezani's expectations, but he responded with a modified theory of autodynamics which included an accelerator-specific effect.

In 1994, the Society for the Advancement of Autodynamics was founded by one of Carezani's supporters, David de Hilster. The society has as website at and has a chapter in the United Kingdom and has a website.

Notable works of Autodynamics include Nucleus-Nucleus Collision without the neutrino, the derivation of Bohr's Atom equations without the use of wave equations, a new Compton Effect equation, and a mechanism for the system of gravity that claims to explain the perihelion advance for all bodies including binary stars, the apparent Pioneer Slowdown, the Allais Anomaly, and Lunar Distancing.

Dr. Carezani's theory is intimately linked to his personal life. To understand Carezani IS to understand Autodynamics. Knowing this fact will help answer one of the most frequently asked questions about Autodynamics: why has it taken so long to develop the idea?

Between having been born into a totalitarian government in Argentina, and trying to promote a new theory of relativity replacing that of the "god" Einstein, his struggle to develop his new theory of relativity has been both geographic as well as political. This struggle has impeded the process of getting existing data and information that would help confirm his theory as well as getting his theory published. Ricardo in effect has fought Peron on one side, and the Einstein "myth" on the other.

Dr. Carezani now lives and works in Long Beach, California.

Life outline


Lectures by Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani

Topics: Autodyanmics, Gravity, Relativity, Atomic and Subatomic Structure and Interactions
Speakers: Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani, David Scott de Hilster
Home Location: Long Beach, CA, United States
 
Travel: No speaking fee, Will travel, Will pay own travel expenses
Audience: All
Native Languages: Castilian (Carezani), English (de Hilster)
Other Languages: English, Portuguese
 
Length: 30 Minutes - 4 hours
 
Description:

Dr. Carezani and David de Hilster have spoken around the country at Universities, High Schools, and ameteur astronomny clubs.  Dr. Carezani can speak on a variety of topics at the High School to the University level and beyond and has a high-level command of mathematics and physics holding a PHD in physics.

David de Hilster is a 15-year student of Carezani and can talk in more general terms and less technical and often introduces talks by Dr. Carezani.


Books by Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani



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Autodynamics: Storm in Physics

by Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani

Pages: 297
Publisher: Society for the Advancement of Autodynamics
Year: 2005
ISBN: 0966553349
ISBN: 978-0966553345

Websites: www.autodynamics.org
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Description

This book was conceived for the technician and layman but without losing any scientific rigor that may be of concern for the professional physicist. The conceptual details of Autodynamics have been considerably expanded upon, not just for clarification, but also to show, as simply as possible, where Einstein's mistakes originate.

Contents: Memory, Foreward, Introduction, "Truth", Introduction to AD and Philosophy, Systems in Relative Motion, Simultaneity, The Neutrino, Universal Gravitation, Big Bang, Gravitational Lens, Compton Effect, Dragging, Sting and Super String Theory, Decay, Faster than Light, Super-Kamiokande: Super-Proof for Neutrino Nonexistence, Lorentz and AD Transformation, SR's Mass Derivation Starting from Momentum, Questions or Unsolved Problems in Physics and Cosmology, A Nobel Laureate, Newton-Einstein Billiard Ball Mechanics, The Principle of Equivalence, Time Dilation.

Review:

This book, Storm in Physics (Autodynamics), and essentially the technical book, Autodynamics: Fundamental Basis for a New Relativistic Mechanics, are the culmination of the life work of Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani, a man whose work is built on the solid mathematics and reasoning of Sir Isaac Newton and other giants of physics who existed before "magical science" began to be accepted by mainstream physicists.

By "magical science" I mean physics that must resort tocreating "missing" particles and otherwise making adjustments to reality in order to have the science fit the theory. Magical sciences include, but are not limited to, such theories as General Relativity, Special Relativity and String Theory, some of the most entrenched "beliefs" held in scientific circles today.

Carezani's theory, dubbed Autodynamics, has no need for such antics as inventing particles like the neutrino (which, despite all the so-called "evidence" to the contrary, and all the palaver of scientists today, has NOT been found to exist), in order to explain how the universe works.

Dr. Carezani has not needed to create any new postulate or invent a new Theory of Relativity;contrarily, at the center of Dr. Carezani's theory is the correction of Lorentz' misunderstanding of the systems of Relative Motion and Pauli's misunderstanding in applying Einstein's incorrect equations to Decay.

In contrast to gravity as an attracting force inherent in all matter, Newton's historical "fluxion" and fundamentally, Le Sage's "mundane particle," championed later by Luis de Broglie as the "graviton" and taken up by Carezani as the "pico-graviton," creates a "pushing" force by virtue of its traveling through space and striking other bodies or particles.

According to Carezani, pico gravitons make up the majority of particles in space. As these moving pico gravitons meet physical bodies, some of them are absorbed by the particles of these bodies, making the bodies heavier over eons of years. This, essentially, creates a new Celestial Mechanics.

Many questions still unanswered by science today are answered by Autodynamics. These questions are brought up in the DVD on Dr. Carezani's work, Universal Gravitation and Autodynamics. Stripped of the mathematics used in Dr. Carezani's book, the DVD leaves you with a very clear understanding of his work and of the importance of sharing it with the world.

If physics interests you, get a copy of the book, Storm in Physics, and the DVD, Universal Gravitation and Autodynamics. If you're not into math, get the DVD. I recommend both to anyone interested in knowing how the universe really works.

You can order Storm in Physics at www.Amazon.com or both at www.bn.com or through the Society for the Advancement of Autodynamics at: www.autodynamics.org

Linda Camp
The CAMP Report
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Autodynamics: Fundamental Basis for a New Relativistic Mechanics

by Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani

Pages: 260
Publisher: Society for the Advancement of Autodynamics
Year: 1998

Websites: www.autodynamics.org
Buy it now

Description

This is the only book on Autodynamics currently (1998) offered to the public. Compiled and edited by the SAA (Society for the Advancement of Autodynamics), it contains the most comprehensive collection of knowledge on the subject. And now, it is professionally printed and has been augmented from 220 pages to 260 pages. It is suited for anyone wishing to teach a course, give a lecture series, or just read privately about the next coming revolution in Physics. See what hundreds of physicists, physics professors, physics students, and engineers have already purchased and are using in their science and physics classrooms.

Papers by Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani



Neutrinos at Fermi Lab

(1998)

Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani
Long Beach, CA, United States, www.autodynamics.org



(4 pages)
Keywords: neutrinos, special relativity

Lookup: special relativity (125), neutrinos (3), relativity (390), special (175)

Abstract:

Questions regarding neutrino detection at FermiLab and elsewhere, where neutrino beams are under the control of a proton beam that is turned on and off, were answered privately several times. Because the questions continue to surface, we include the answer as a FAQ (Frequently Asked Question).

As the question is directly related to "background" events which yield the same neutrino-like reaction, and also to the "shield" or "filter" used to reduce the background, a detailed analysis of the problem follows.




A New Experiment With RaE

(1988)

Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani
Long Beach, CA, United States, www.autodynamics.org
Physics Essays, Volume 1, No. 4, pp. 269-271
Keywords: RaE electron energy deposited in a calorimeter check special relativity-neutrino against autodynamics theory

Lookup: special relativity (125), neutrinos (3), relativity (390), special (175), theory (173), relativity (390), energy (303), special (175), electron (46), neutrino (12), autodynamics (4)

Abstract:

The classic discrepancy between a calorimetric measurement of the total decay energy of RaE (210/83 Bi) and the kinetic energy calculated to be available by special relativity from the element's beta decay velocity spectrum led to Pauli's postulate of the neutrino. A new experiment is proposed in which a calorimetric measurement can be used to judge the validity of the kinetic energy formula of special relativity, independent of the existence of neutrinos.



Nucleus-Nucleus Collision

(1998)

Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani
Long Beach, CA, United States, www.autodynamics.org



(11 pages)
Keywords: neutrino, special relativity, autodynamics

Lookup: special relativity (125), neutrino (12), autodynamics (4), relativity (390), special (175)

Abstract:

Part of the smaller Linear Momentum Transfer (LMT) found in Nucleus-Nucleus collision is explained by the application of autodynamics equations. The "missing mass" or "missing momentum" in RaE, 238U, muon decay and similar phenomena like anomalous mean pass, electron-electron and proton-proton annihilation, all have in common that the failure to explain the experimental values found is due to the application of special relativity equations. Autodynamics equations apply to these phenomena and explain precisely the results obtained experimentally. The momentum sum of all the products after compound nucleus fission has only a limited relation to the original projectile's momentum. In nucleus-nucleus collision, the "missing momentum" is inherent to the phenomenon itself. Looking at the experimental energies found causes a new idea to arise as proposed in this paper: a chain reaction.



Super-Kamiokande: Super-Proof for Neutrino Non-existence

(1998)

Dr. Ricardo L. Carezani
Long Beach, CA, United States, www.autodynamics.org



(6 pages)
Keywords: neutrino, autodynamics, special relativity

Lookup: special relativity (125), neutrino (12), autodynamics (4), relativity (390), special (175)

Abstract:

One can agree or disagree with the Walt Disney?s philosophy used in his characters, but there is a world wide consensus that Fantasia is Disney?s conception. Twentieth century Physic?s equivalent of Fantasia has been the Neutrino. During the last 67 years (1998-1931) some of the most fantastic explanations and experiments were invented involving Neutrinos: Pauli?s creation to save SR?s inability to explain energy and momentum conservation in the historic RaE experiments.

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