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Dr. Glen C. Collins
glencollins11@gmail.com
Tel: (404) 309-9540

281D Young Street #280
Blairsville, GA 30512
United States

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Collins, Dr. Glen C.     (Easy Link: http://www.worldsci.org/people/Glen_Collins)
Systems Engineering Consultant

Interests: Atomic Structure, Toroidal Ring
Nationality: USA

Related Websites:
Common Sense Science


Edited Journals:
Foundations of Science

Books:
2002Science and Rationalism: Correspondence of Scientists and Philosophers Seeking Truth and Searching for Reality in the Ideas of Plato, the Bible, and Advanced Science

Abstracts Online:
2002Physical Models for Sub-Atomic Particles and Atomic Structure
1998Fundamental Force Laws and Models of Matter Compared and Validated

Event Attendence:
2010-12-04On the Frame Indifferent Formulation of the Governing Equations of the Electromagnetic FieldVideo Conference
2010-05-01The Meaning of Maxwell's Equations, Part 1: Gauss D LawVideo Conference
2009-05-0239 Questionable Assumptions in Modern Physics, Part 3Video Conference
2002-07-01Physics as a Science IIIConference
1998-06-225th International Conference on Problems in Space, Time & MotionConference

Biography

Dr. Glen C. Collins, P.E. earned his doctorate in Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering from Vanderbilt University after earning degrees from Georgia Institute of Technology in Electrical Engineering.  He served as Assistant Professor at the US Naval Academy following teaching duties at Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech, and supported AI and supercomputing research efforts for the Naval Research Laboratory and Naval Intelligence Community.  He has extensive experience in corporate and program management, and the development of large computer and communications networks.  He presents Common Sense Science at international conferences and seminars.

Journals Edited by Dr. Glen C. Collins



Name: Foundations of Science
Editors: David L. Bergman, Dr. Glen C. Collins
Status: Active
Founded: 1998
Website: www.commonsensescience.org
Contact Name: David L. Bergman
Email: dave@commonsensescience.org
Address:Common Sense Science
PO Box 767306
Roswell, GA 30076-7306
United States
Telephone: (770) 619-1878
Description:

Foundations of Science is the quarterly journal of Common Sense Science, founded by David L. Bergman and Dr. Charles W. (Bill) Lucas in 1998.  It features physical models of elementary particles and atomic structures and force and gravitational formulations, all based on electrodynamics.  The editors present their finding from a Christian worldview.

Common Sense Science offers all of the CSS Newsletter lead articles for download, without the correspondence and supplemental material in the Newsletter.


Books by Dr. Glen C. Collins



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Science and Rationalism: Correspondence of Scientists and Philosophers Seeking Truth and Searching for Reality in the Ideas of Plato, the Bible, and Advanced Science

by David L. Bergman (Editor), Dr. Glen C. Collins (Editor)

KeyWords: toroid

Pages: 42
Publisher: Common Sense Science
Year: 2002
ISBN: 0978929802
ISBN: 978-0978929800

Websites: www.commonsensescience.org
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Description

In response to persistent inquiries on the nature of science, this document brings together a compilation of correspondence on various philosopohies of science including those which are consistent with the ongoing work of Common Sense Science.  In contrast to modern-day 'science', which is usually uninterested in insights of moral and religious significance, the discipline of Philosophy encourages inquiries about the meaning and importance of "happenings in nature," the definition of 'truth,' and the purpose and meaning of life.

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Papers by Dr. Glen C. Collins



Physical Models for Sub-Atomic Particles and Atomic Structure

(2002)

Dr. Glen C. Collins
281D Young Street #280, Blairsville, GA 30512, United States; glencollins11@gmail.com, (404) 309-9540, www.commonsensescience.org


Foundations of Science, Volume 5, No. 4, (16 pages)

2002, Physics as a Science III, Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain
Keywords: Torus, Proton, Electron, Charge, Atom, Helix

Lookup: electron (46), charge (49), proton (10), atom (15), torus (4), helix (2)

Abstract:

Principles of legitimate science are presented along with their role in theories of atomic and sub-atomic structure. Atoms are described as being composed of elementary physical particles. ?Standard' theories have previously proven useful but are now inferior to the new Helicon Theory of Atomic and Sub-Atomic Structure developed by Common Sense Science.

Also printed in the Journal of New Energy, V6, N4




Fundamental Force Laws and Models of Matter Compared and Validated

(1998)

Dr. Glen C. Collins
281D Young Street #280, Blairsville, GA 30512, United States; glencollins11@gmail.com, (404) 309-9540, www.commonsensescience.org

1998, 5th International Conference on Problems in Space, Time & Motion, St. Petersburg, Russia


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