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Dr. William G. Carnahan
"Bill"

Association for Pushing Gravity Research
3204 Breeze Terrace
Austin, TX 78722
United States

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Carnahan, Dr. William G.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/William_Carnahan)
(Deceased)

Topics: Gravity
Interests: Pushing Gravity, Antigravity
Nationality: USA
Born: Wednesday, May 10, 1911
Died: Friday, August 20, 1993 (Age 82)

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Edited Journals:
Association for Pushing Gravity Research Journal

Books:
1979/1983Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws

Abstracts Online:
1992Explosive New Paradigm Excompassing the Whole Sky
1985The Elusive Neutrino Spin: Questions and Suggested Answers
1987Symbiosis and Mutual Aid as Factors in Astronomy and Cosmology
1979Conservation Theory Gravitation: Summary
1979Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?) Physicists
1971How to Gain Weight and Vector Accelerations from "Weber's" Stellar Waves
1983Summary
1983Illustrations for the Stellar Pushing Re-Radiation Cuantum Theory Gravitation
1983How Vast is the Dynamic Energetic Stellar Radiation That Converges Constantly Toward Each cc. of Space?
1983The Big Push Inward Toward Center of Sol APGR Breakthrough Model
1983Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?)Physicists
1983How to Make More Gravity Like the Real Gravity
1983How to Gain Weight and Vector Accelerations From "Weber's" Stellar Waves

Biography

William Gordan (W. G.) "Bill" Carnahan was the founder of the Association for Pushing Gravity Research (APGR) and the editor of the APGR Journal.

"In Memorium: William Gordan Carnahan

"Dr. Carnahan passed away August 20, 1993. He is survived by a duaghter, Vonni, and a niece, Jean Cordell. He was born May 10, 1911 at Center, Teaxs. Bill was awarded a four year scholarship to Texas A&M University from which he graduated in 1931. He attended graduate schools at the University of Tennessee, the University of Chicago and the University of Souther California. He taught school in Houston, at the University of Texas at Austin, worked for the Roosevelt Administration, the Tennessee Valley Authority, retired from military service and the Texas Rehabilitation Commission.

"Bill was especially interested in cosmology and the causes of gravitation. He was a founder of the Austin Astronomical Society and of the Association for Pushing Gravity Research. This Journal [The Toth-Maatian Review] remembers him fondly and is especially recognizant of the support given it by him over the years. He was a charter subscriber and was always at pains to cheer on our efforts with his encouragement almost every issue that has been published. As the years go by, the ranks of our friends grow thinner." - Harold Milnes, Toth-Maatian Review, V12, N2, p. 5580 (Jan 1994).


Journals Edited by Dr. William G. Carnahan



Name: Association for Pushing Gravity Research Journal
Editors: Dr. William G. Carnahan
Status: Discontinued
Founded: 1968
Ended: 1988
Contact Name: Dr. William G. Carnahan
Address:Association for Pushing Gravity Research
3204 Breeze Terrace
Austin, TX 78722
United States
Description:

Alternate address: Gary Miller, 501 Copeland, PO Box 223, Pocahontas, AR 72445


Books by Dr. William G. Carnahan



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Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws

by Dr. William G. Carnahan (Editor)

KeyWords: gravity, pushing gravity

Pages: 96
Publisher: William G. Carnahan
Year: 1979/1983

Websites: adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1979QB341.G7.......
Description

A collection of winning essays in response to competitions sponsored by The Association for Pushing Gravity Reasearch (APGR), this book presents some of the most profound ideas written on gravity in the 1970s and early 1980s.

Contents:

  •   3 William G. Carnahan, Conservation Theory Gravitation: Summary
  • 14 William G. Carnahan, Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?) Physicists
  • 19 William G. Carnahan, How to Gain Weight adn Vector Accelerations from "Weber's" Stellar Waves (1971)
  • 22 John Kierein, Implications of the Compton Effect Interpretation of Red Shift (1975, 1st Place)
  • 26 John B. Kizer, The case for a Lesagian Theory of Gravitation (1975, 2nd Place)
  • 29 Valyn C. Williams, How to Make Black Holes from Golf Holes
  • 30 John B. Kizer, The Total Gravitational Flux of Free Space (1976, 1st Place)
  • 33 William R. Jones, The Quality of the Ether (1976, 2nd Place)
  • 39 John B. Kizer, Three Arguments on the Nature of Space (1977, 1st Place)
  • 44 John Gribben, Gravity, Tides on the Sun and Climatic Change (1977, 2nd Place)
  • 50 Gary C. Miller, A Search for the Known Properties of Gravitation (1978, 1st Place)
  • 60 John P. Fernandez, The Pushing Mechanism of Gravity (1978, 2nd Place)
  • 64 John P. Fernandez, Cosmological Effects of the New Aether Experiments (1979, 1st Place)
  • 70 Harold Aspden, A Case for Pushing Gravity (1979, 2nd Place)
  • 72 William G. Carnahan, Assorted Material

The assorted material interspersed throughout the book includes correspondence from and to Bill Carnihan, featuring interesting anecdotes from Grote Reber, Michael Kirsch and several others.

29 Book Abstracts

AbstractAuthor
The Pushing Mechanism of Gravity Major John P. Fernandez
Cosmological Effects of the New Aether Experiments Major John P. Fernandez
The Quality of Ether Commander William R. Jones
Conservation Theory Gravitation: Summary Dr. William G. Carnahan
Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?) Physicists Dr. William G. Carnahan
How to Gain Weight and Vector Accelerations from "Weber's" Stellar Waves Dr. William G. Carnahan
Implications of the Compton Effect Interpretation of Red Shift John W. Kierein
The Case for a Lesagian Theory of Gravitation John B. Kizer
The Total Gravitational Flux of Free Space John B. Kizer
Three Arguments on the Nature of Space John B. Kizer
Tides on the Sun and Climatic Change Dr. John Gribbin
Summary Dr. William G. Carnahan
Illustrations for the Stellar Pushing Re-Radiation Cuantum Theory Gravitation Dr. William G. Carnahan
How Vast is the Dynamic Energetic Stellar Radiation That Converges Constantly Toward Each cc. of Space? Dr. William G. Carnahan
The Big Push Inward Toward Center of Sol APGR Breakthrough Model Dr. William G. Carnahan
Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?)Physicists Dr. William G. Carnahan
How to Make More Gravity Like the Real Gravity Dr. William G. Carnahan
How to Gain Weight and Vector Accelerations From "Weber's" Stellar Waves Dr. William G. Carnahan
Implications of the Compton Effect Interpretation of the Red Shift John W. Kierein
The Case for a Lesagian Theory of Gravitation John B. Kizer
How to Make Black Holes From Golf Holes (A not-too-serious essay, with some serious implications) Valyn C. Williams
The Total Gravitational Flux of Free Space John B. Kizer
The Quality of the Ether (How much energy, mass, and momentum converge on each cc of 1 space?) Commander William R. Jones
Three Arguments on the Nature of Space John B. Kizer
Gravity, Tides on the Sun and Climatic Change Dr. John Gribbin
A Search for the Known Properties of Gravitation Prof. Gary C. Miller
The Pushing Mechanism of Gravity Major John P. Fernandez
Cosmological Effects of the New Aether Experiments Major John P. Fernandez
A Case for Pushing Gravity Dr. Harold Aspden

Papers by Dr. William G. Carnahan



Explosive New Paradigm Excompassing the Whole Sky

(1992)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 11, No. 1, pp. 5154
Keywords: Paradigm

Lookup: paradigm (8)




The Elusive Neutrino Spin: Questions and Suggested Answers

(1985)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 3, No. 2, pp. 1205-1206
Keywords: Neutrino, Spin

Lookup: neutrino (12), spin (14)




Symbiosis and Mutual Aid as Factors in Astronomy and Cosmology

(1987)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States
The Toth-Maatian Review, Volume 5, No. 4, pp. 839-840
Keywords: Astronomy, Cosmology

Lookup: cosmology (47), astronomy (6)




Conservation Theory Gravitation: Summary

(1979)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 3-13





Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?) Physicists

(1979)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 14-18





How to Gain Weight and Vector Accelerations from "Weber's" Stellar Waves

(1971)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 19-21


Abstract:

 




Summary

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 3-5

Keywords: telescopes, universe, galaxy, energy, solar system, atmosphere, planetary material

Lookup: universe (60), energy (303), solar system (9), galaxies (16), telescopes (2), atmosphere (4), solar (24), planetary (16), system (2), material (4)

Abstract:

The picture of the sky made by large modern telescopes prove beyond doubt that we are surrounded by billions of dynamic stellar energy sources.

We are inside creatures. Our abode is inside the surrounding universe, and as far inside as we can see. We live inside a galaxy, and that galaxy is also situated inside of millions of surrounding galaxies. And we live inside our solar system, and inside some surrounding mass that we label atmosphere and planetary material.




Illustrations for the Stellar Pushing Re-Radiation Cuantum Theory Gravitation

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 6-7

Keywords: illustrations, stellear pushing, re-radiation, cuantum theory, gravitation

Lookup: gravity (124), theory (173), radiation (40), pushing (4)

Abstract:

The explosive pushing energy from any one sun or star diverges as illustrated in diagram 1.

However, when space is surrounded by stellar sources, dynamic energy converges at every point inside the space. Thurs, we can pick the point of any arrow drawn in diagram 2 as a place where energy converges from every surrounding star.




How Vast is the Dynamic Energetic Stellar Radiation That Converges Constantly Toward Each cc. of Space?

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 8-10

Keywords: dynamic energy, stellar radiation, space, Cuanta, mass, momentum

Lookup: space (104), momentum (58), mass (94), energy (303), radiation (40), stellar (14), dynamic (9)

Abstract:

For several years we have felt challenged to throw more light on the good questions posed by splendid respondents relating to the above topic. They ask: "How many Cuanta are converging everywhere?" In other words, how much dynamic-energy-mass-momentum (DEMM) is converging today toward certain specific spots in space, - perhaps on the now vacant cc. of space where the pupil of your eye or the nail of your thumb was located six months ago?



The Big Push Inward Toward Center of Sol APGR Breakthrough Model

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 11-13

Keywords: atomic explosions, radiations, implosive, spherical mass, force, earth, sun, breakthrough model

Lookup: force (74), earth (34), sun (12), mass (94), atomic (14), model (23), spherical (5), breakthrough (2), explosions (4)

Abstract:

When atomic explosions occur above a city, explosive radiations move outward, and away, and also move inward and toward the earth's center. It was the inward force that destroyed two cities in Japan. For convenience we can label the inward pointing reactions as "implosive" when directed "downward" toward the center of a spherical mass like the earth or sun. In all events, the actions and reactions must follow Sir Isaac Newton's third law: "For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." There is nothing strange about this old truth, but too often we forget or neglect to account for both.



Strange Assumptions of Certain Modern (?)Physicists

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 14-17

Keywords: theory of gravitation, strange assumptions, modern physicists, physical law

Lookup: theory (173), gravity (124), law (61), physical (23), physicists (5), assumptions (8), modern (2)

Abstract:

In May 1970 my friend Virgil Mabry, who is a very knowledgeable consultant located in Beaumont, Texas, suggested that I secure the published lectures of richard Feynman, wherein he made adverse appraisal of our pushing theory of gravitation. Therefore, I secured from our State Library a paperback book entitled The Character of Physical Law, which was printed by the M.I.T. press in March 1967. I am very grateful to Mr. Mabry for this reference and for the opportunity it affords for interaction with this delightful adverse critic, and with some of his disciples of attractive criticism.



How to Make More Gravity Like the Real Gravity

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 17-18

Keywords: gravity, phenomena, acceleration, earth, forces, center

Lookup: gravity (124), earth (34), acceleration (16), forces (11), phenomena (7), center (2)

Abstract:

It should be obvious that the phenomena we call gravity is primarily an acceleration toward a center. We submit that this type acceleration is quite different from any other type of acceleration.

Suppose we imagine that we invent an "opposite anti-gravity device" and apply it on the planet we call earth. We assume this would reverse the forces and all the acceleration would be away from the center, and we would all fly upward into space in different directions.




How to Gain Weight and Vector Accelerations From "Weber's" Stellar Waves

(1983)

Dr. William G. Carnahan
Association for Pushing Gravity Research, 3204 Breeze Terrace, Austin, TX 78722, United States

Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws , pp. 19-21

Keywords: weight, accelerations, stellar waves, gravity, long-wave radiation, relativistic astrophysics

Lookup: gravity (124), weight (4), accelerations (2), astrophysics (4), radiation (40), waves (40), wave (35), stellar (14), relativistic (33)

Abstract:

There seems to be more and more general agreement that gravity waves from stellar sources are impinging on our planet. Certainly this seemed to be the consensus verbalized by leading speakers at the Fifth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics in Austin 14-18 December 1970. Those speakers included Dr. Joseph Weber, who has gained fame be designing a four-ton "gravity" wave detector, and Peter G. Bergman, author and lecturer on Gravitation Theory.

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