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Motion is not what we think it is!
Those who explore the world of science know that the whole enterprise has but one permanent aspect: like it or not, what we know to be true is always changing. This is, of course, disconcerting to those who are emotionally attached to the explanations of nature they have learned in the past. Real progress in any kind of inquiry is always hindered by what we already think we know and, perhaps more importantly, our experiences that are shaped by this knowing.
Those who explore the worlds of bodywork and movement therapies are also familiar with uncertainty--when you have achieved some conviction about how the human body really works, there is a big surprise in store for you, often with your next client.
A New Physics is written by a chemist, William Day, and is published by a pioneer in the exploration of somatics, Marvin Solit. The reviewer attaches importance to this collaboration because of a belief that physics and the other sciences have suffered greatly from being detached from the wisdom of the living body. - From Summary by Jim Oschman (http://www.fnd.org/pgs/physics/newphysics_review.htm)
By Hal Fox:
The day this book was received in the mail, I had been having a vigorous (but friendly) discussion with Dr. S-X Jin. We were discussing the aether as a vast expanse of substance (not matter) that has enormous energy. I made the statement, ?One must keep in mind that all experiments are embedded in this highly-energetic medium.? Dr. Jin observed, ?With that concept, you can explain anything.? Exactly! However, the explanations must be based on logic, the scientific method, and not just supposition.
It was a pleasant surprise to find that Dr. William Day has, as a fundamental part of the New Physics, a universal ?medium? (which is a better name than aether) in which matter is embedded. Day describes how it has been known for over a hundred years that light waves must have an incredibly cohesive (rigid) medium to be able to transmit light waves at 186,000 miles per second. How matter can exist, move, and demonstrate its properties in such a medium is addressed in an astonishingly simple way: ?Matter is disengaged from the medium.? Although light can be emitted by matter and travel through the medium and strike or affect other matter; light, but not matter, can travel through the medium at the speed of light.
Here is a simple experiment. Fasten one end of an elastic material, pull it out a specific distance. Pluck the elastic and note the frequency of vibration. Now using half of the elastic material, stretch it out to the same length as before. Note that when it is plucked the vibration is much higher. That is just a simple analogy that for a medium to allow light to travel so fast, it must be more rigid (more cohesive) than steel. The nature of the disengaged (from matter) medium is its high rigidity and its ability to carry light waves at such high velocities.
The first person I have known to describe atomic electrons as an orbit shell was Dr. Randell Mills in his book, The Grand Unified Theory of Classical Quantum Mechanics, (?1996, published by Blacklight Power, ISBN 0-9635171-2-0). Dr. Day uses a similar model for electron shells around atomic nuclei and makes some interesting calculations to show how the shells are ordered. To me the orbit shell is a much improved model as compared to the concept of a small particle swirling about the nucleus like the moon around the earth.
Another novel concept Day uses in his model of motion, matter, and energy is the predominant place for motion. He explains that motion and the structure of matter are inseparable. This is a powerful concept. For those of us who have been schooled in classical physics, this concept requires some explaining (which Day does most adequately).
Another powerful concept stems from using a minimum number of discrete particles to explain the composition of all matter. A surprising statement is that ?Nature has no forces.? For example, if matter is imbedded in the medium, Day can make the following statement: ?It takes no force for a body to move spontaneously in response to its environment. The nucleus influences the course of its satellites, not by forcing their motion, but by shaping the environment which guides them.? Dr. Day describes how this concept can account for gravity from small to large masses and for the orbiting that occurs in some large body systems.
Day makes the following statement (page 25): ?We need to change the principles upon which the physics is based. The physics of matter and space is different from the physics of motion devised by Newton and Einstein. Dynamics needs to be relegated to its role of measuring the motion of bodies in Newtonian space and a new physics be use to describe the nature of matter.?
Dr. Day has carefully analyzed some of the dogma of physics. For example, the concept of mass being able to increase with velocity is outside of our range of experience. Day states, ??physics does not provide an explanation for mass as we experience it. To suggest that it changes with velocity, therefore, is a detached hypothesis that has to be accepted on faith.?
From this reviewer?s fifty years of trying to comprehend the physical nature of the universe, one major concept has emerged: Too much of modern physics is dogma and must be accepted on faith. The new physics as espoused by William Day is surprisingly free of dogma. However, there are concepts that are so new and, therefore, lacking in experimental proof, that the reader must label these concepts as a part of a developing model subject to experimental challenges.
The historic work by Michelson in setting up experiments to determine the effect on transmitted light by the earth?s rotation through the aether is only half taught in many of our institutions of learning. The work by Michelson and Morley (in 1887), which had negligible results, is frequently cited and strongly used to support the concept that there is no aether. What the experiment actually proved was that the experimental arrangement could not measure the influence of the earth?s motion with respect to the luminiferous aether. Michelson and Gale (in 1925) reported on an improved experiment designed to test: ?Theory of the effect of the rotation of the earth on the velocity of light as derived on the hypothesis of a fixed ether.? The results of this experiment in which ??two hundred and sixty determinations?? were made were positive.
The observed results were 0.230 +/- 0.005 (fringes) and the calculated results were 0.236 +/- 0.002 fringes. An amazingly close agreement between observations and theoretical prediction. Dr. William Day reprints the Michelson-Gale report in an Appendix to his book for which this reviewer applauds the author! Ask yourself the question, ?Why do the scientific professors teach the negative results of the early Michelson-Morley experiment and ignore the extensive data and high accuracy of the Michelson-Gale report?? You will probably consider the same explanation as this reviewer and, I believe, Dr. William Day has reached. The Michelson-Gale data did not fit the currently-accepted model of physics, therefore, the data was ignored and, unfortunately, still is. Dogma is more important than facts in some cases. Fortunately, Day?s model of Physics is free of dogma and explains many of the unexplained experimental observations that are unexplained by current physics.
Dr. William Day has spent well over a decade in publishing his four books as he has developed A New Physics. (Bridge From Nowhere, 1989; Bridge From Nowhere II, 1996; and Holistic Physics, 1998). This book, A New Physics, is highly recommended. It should be made ?must read? for every college freshman before he or she takes their first course in college physics. Then it should be reread after they take college physics. This reviewer believes that in this book lies the foundation (but not all of the answers) for a fundamental improvement in our model of physical reality.
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Year: 1962 / 1997
"I discovered (Post's) monograph "The Formal Structure of Electromagnetics" in which I saw the first definitive treatment of the Faraday effect, and its non-reciprocity. This idea was what I had been searching for, for if an experiment between EM and gravity was to work, it would have to accumulate data - like the Faraday ratchet - in order to measure very small effects. The Jacksonian version of EM theory (does) not come close to explaining the features that were so clear in Post's expose. I used to call the small book, the "Tourist's Guide of Electromagnetism". The book is back in print now (Dover), and no one interested in EM should be without it." - Robert Kiehn
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Kirchhoff?s current law follows simply from the law of conservation of charge: In a node, charge cannot just disappear. It is obvious that this current law can be generalized. It then stands for conservation of mass, energy, and charge. Kirchhoff?s voltage law can be generalized by considering the work done by the electrical, gravitational and pressure forces on a specific flow component (say one kind of molecule, atom or ion) which goes around a closed loop. This approach provides one equation for every type of particle for every loop one can devise. Melehy's laws thereby completely specify all possible solutions with given boundary conditions.
How is it possible that this general mathematical description of such a large class of physical and chemical phenomena has escaped us for so long? The reason may be that Melehy's formulation requires two new artifacts which are not immediately obvious, although they are quite natural once understood: For the pressure P in analogy to the voltage in an electric network, it is not suitable to take the external pressure as indicated on a manometer. Instead, the pressure Pj of a component j has to be defined as the transfer of momentum, by the particles of j through I cm2/sec. So, for instance, the pressure in a homogeneous liquid is much higher than its equilibrium vapor pressure. This definition of Pj does describe the osmotic pressure of a solute in a liquid.
The second artifact that Melehy's theory needs is to describe the increase of heat )Q in a volume element as )Q = T )S. In this way T becomes a generalized potential for entropy S as voltage is for charge: v )e, gravitational potential is for mass: hg )m, and Pj is for volume: Pj )V. At first sight this may seem positively wrong: We know that if, for instance, in a certain volume element of the low process low pressure helium and hydrogen gases mix by diffusion, there is an increase of entropy, but there is no increase in heat as a consequence.
In fact, these two innovations in Melehy's formulation are quite natural if one considers how one can arrive at a proof of his laws in analogy with a proof of Kirchhoff?s voltage law. For a proof of Kirchhoff?s law, let us consider in an electric network a specific resistance r1, carrying a current i1, and consequently with a voltage difference v1 = i1 r1. Let us now replace this component on paper with an imaginary component consisting of two elements in series. One element is a small resistance arl, while the second is a battery with emf v = i1 r1 (1 -"). This imaginary component, carrying the same current il, also has the same associated voltage v, as the real one. In the same way we now replace all resistors rj in the network by imaginary components arj in series with batteries with emfs of i1r1 ( I -"). In this resulting imaginary network, all currents and voltages are identical with those in the real one. For " �� 0, the imaginary network becomes a reversible process, consisting only of the charging of batteries. No heat is developed, and conservation of energy now demands that Kirchhoff's voltage law holds.
Analogously, if we wish to prove Melehy's law for a general thermodynamic process, we can consider the flow of a specific component in a small part of space. We replace this element for the major part (I - ") by the analogy of the battery, that is, a reversible heat engine. We do the same for all parts of the process. Then for " �� 0, conservation of energy gives us Melehy's law for generalized fields. Now )Q = T)S begins to make sense, even in the case of mixing hydrogen and helium. The imaginary )Q in the real irreversible flow process reflects the real )Q which is trans- formed into work in the imaginary reversible process.
It has been thought that Melehy's theory of generalized fields is just another formulation of what is known as "irreversible thermodynamics." This is incorrect, because the essence of the latter is Onsager's theorem. This theorem says that if in a stationary flow pattern the equations are linear, that then the impedance matrix must be symmetric. But already in a simple example, an electrical network, the resistors are heated up by the currents, making the currents nonlinear with the voltages. In Melehy's formulation this nonlinear situation is completely taken care of, because the heat production yields additional equations for the heat flow which have to be satisfied.
The discussion given above of Melehy's law requires both the first and second law of thermodynamics. Conversely one can say that the statement of the theory of generalized fields in its quantitative form is an independent statement of the foundation of thermodynamics which implies the first and second law, but is more detailed. Melehy also makes an effort to draw the third law of thermodynamics in his formulation. He does this by considering a flow process in a four dimensional abstract space in which the fourth dimension is the absolute temperature T. The content of the third law can now be incorporated by the statement that in a flow pattern in this space, for that part of the flow that is at absolute zero, )Q must be zero. Whether this will lead to new results for thermodynamics near absolute zero is too early to judge.
Melehy is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Connecticut. A large part of the book's applications of the theory of generalized fields is on current- voltage characteristics of semiconductor diodes. The difficulty here lies in knowing the accompanying space charge distribution. One method of calculating these curves has been to calculate first the space charge for zero current, and then to hope that this distribution will not change too much when currents are drawn. In the book Melehy calculates many curves with his theory, and always finds a very good correlation with existing experimental results, even over a range of ten orders of ten of current. The book also contains a calculation on the temperature dependence of the vapor pressure of mercury. The theoretical curve, with the aid of two matching points, accurately fits the experimental results over nine decades of vapor pressure values.
It will be very interesting to see the theory applied in physical chemistry to batteries, fuel cells, and other stationary chemical. reactions. Also, in astrophysics and meteorology, the application of the theory to the movement of matter on a large scale seems promising.
Melehy has written his book as a text book, requiring a background which may be expected of students majoring in physics and electrical engineering. His style is simple and to the point. The prerequisites are some advanced calculus, the laws of electric circuit theory and the elements of thermodynamics. The book contains short introductions to vector analysis and electricity and magnetism. It also has ample references to the literature at the end of each chapter. Problems for the students are provided. The printing of the text, mathematical formulae and figures is pleasant to the eye. However, the book is not easy. Getting to the real physical content of a new theory is always hard work. This is true for any introduction to classical mechanics, and it is also true for Melehy's introduction to the thermodynamic theory of generalized fields. The practical examples given by the author are not necessarily the ones the reader is familiar with; he will have to supplement Melehy's examples with his own. There is no easy way to understand new ideas, even when the consequences of these ideas are very practical.
- Pieter J. van Heerden, American Journal of Physics, V44, N9, pp. 895-896 (Sep 1976).
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Preface to the Second Edition
This work (1983) is the fourth in a series, preceded by The Substantial Space and Void Nature of Elementary Particles (1977), Space Vortices of Energy and Matter (1978), and The Origin of Electron's Mass, Charge, Gravitational and Electromagnetic Field from 'Empty' Space (1982). The basic idea, of constructing the universe of matter and the medium of space with a single mobile entitiy (Fluid substance), was first formulated as a hypothesis in my work (1977), which was further developed in other works, referred above, without any change in either the basic postulates or the main framework of the hypothesis, though the mathematical analysis underwent constant improvements in the subsequent works. For the mathematical clarity, the reader may refer to this work, Beyond Matter, whaereas, for the progressive development of the ideas of spatial reality going through the earlier works too will be useful, specially, for the qualitative aspects of the generation of the fundamental phenomena of mass, inertia and charge.
The experimental proof of the hypothesis of the subsantiality of space has been subsequently obtained through the numerous experiments on the new phenomenon of "space power generation", that are discussed and reported elsewhere. The positive results of these experiments had given me the added conviction to name the earlier hypothesis as "Space Vortex Theory", abbreviated as SVT.
There is hardly any deviation from the earlier theme. The nature of space and elementary particle of matter, conceived by me about two decades ago, remain unaltered even today.
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There has been much evolution within the New Energy arena since last year\'s symposium event. Reason for excitement continues to grow, and the validations of previous phenomena, as well as the promise of new, holds our awe captive.
There has been more verification of the transmutation of elements within Cold Fusion cells; patents have been applied for regarding the neutralization of radioactive elements within such cells; carbon-arc discharges within water hold promise for possible over-unity phenomena; over-unity hydrosonic heating of water gets the attention of NASA; and gravitational mass reduction above superconducting fields appears more of a reality, to name but a few.
The community of New Energy research also continues to solidify itself in many ways. More qualified researchers ally themselves with the passion and purpose of bringing new devices within the grasp of societal usage.
Yet there is a warning to the wise over becoming too relaxed regarding our situation at this critical time. It is obvious that much more technical work lies ahead for all of us who have dedicated a significant portion of our lives to the realization of Free Energy devices. However, the battle of organized resistance is a battle that may be just beginning.
In this country, we have been guaranteed a spectrum of inalienable rights under The Constitution of the United States. Historically, the explicit definition of these rights is contrasted against the period of time in question - what are the specifics of societal needs, conditions, technologies, politics, and accrued legislation on the state and federal levels. As we confront the end of this century, it is readily easy to extrapolate that one of those guaranteed, inalienable rights is our right to generate and extract Free Energy from any universal source that we are capable, and do so on an individual basis.
Since \'The Genie is out of the bottle,\" as my friend Eugene Mallove has accurately stated regarding the Free Energy phenomena, individual suppression by organized forces is not practical anymore. The only effective methods of retarding the inertia of Free Energy research is through the legislative branches of State and Federal governments. This is not an outlandish concept. I personally have not forgotten the warnings of my parental generation as to the use of legislative weapons to control individual freedoms, as globally demonstrated upon Asian and European societies just fifty years ago. It is a much easier task to legislate away our rights to energy production.
It is only through a grass-roots movement that such pitfalls can be avoided. The individual\'s education and awareness of such matters is paramount. The individual\'s personal responsibility to act once this knowledge is attained is fundamental to any positive change occurring within a democratic republic.
I call upon and encourage all individuals, professional and non-professional, to Act . The call is to all those who demonstrate interest by attending these symposiums, who read the literature and hear media interviews and are inspired, who demand a quality of living within this world nothing short of our maximum potential. These gifts of freedom are in nature volatile and are preserved only through the nourishment of individual awareness and active participation.
Whether it be writing to elected officials, taking time to speak within lower and higher institutions of education to students and faculty, spending time to convince a neighbor, forming community groups which meet periodically, or making a public stand for a better society and world, the responsibility stops with each of us as individuals. I hope that the Spirit that has captivated many of us already within the New Energy field can also find a place in the hearts of the yet uninitiated. That Spirit has the power to drive one\'s passion and purpose, which in turn will realize the kind of World that we all truly deserve and can truly have.
Joseph P. Maize, President
Academy For New Energy
May 17, 1997
Transcript in Electrifying Times 5, #3 (Winter 1997-1998).
Table of Contents
- Dr. Maurice L. Albertson, Converting From a Petroleum Economy to a Hydrogen Economy 1
- Dr. Tom Bearden, Energy Flow, Collection, and Dissipation in Overunity EM Devices 5
- Mike Fisher, Empowerment - The Life Force of the Energy Revolution 53
- Hal Fox, Charge Cluster Transmutation 59
- Dr. Peter Graneau, Extracting Intermolecular Bond Energy from Water 65
- Dr. Moray B. King, Overview of Inventions 71
- M. A. K. Lodhi, Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal Hybrid For High Efficiency and Low Cost 87
- Dr. Eugene Mallove, How We Won The Cold Fusion War 101
- Roy E. McAlister, Safe and Dependable Hydrogen Storage 109
- Andrew Michrowski, Scalars Waves Reviewed 115
- Andrew Michrowski, Brown's Gas - Current Research Report 121
- Joseph W. Newman, An Emerging Revolutionary Electromagnetic Technology: The Energy Machine of Joseph Newman 125
- Dr. Daniel Alexander Nightwolf, Planetary Zero-Point Energies 131
- Guy Obolensky, Gyromagnetic Gain From Absolute Motion 145
- Dale Pond, Roots of the Vibratory Etheric Tree or the Creation, Transmission and Reception of Vibrations 157
- Chip Ransford, Design Considerations for the Rapid Commercial Development of Fleischmann-Pons Reactions 179
- Donald Reed, The Vortex as Topological Archtype - A Key to New Paradigms in Physics and Energy Science 207
- Dr. Glen Rein, A Bioassay for Negative Gaussian Fields Associated with Geometric Patterns 225
- Austin R. Rust, The Controlled Blowout Method of Gas and Oil Production and World Peace 233
- Austin R. Rust, Electromagnetism from Nothing: Joseph Newman and the New Technology of Light 245
- Saul-Paul Sirag, Hyperspace Crystallography 263
- Dr. Edmund Storms, A God's Eye View of Cold Fusion 271
- Dr. Thomas F. Valone, The First Free Energy Documentary "Race to Zero Point" 289
- Marc Whitford, Evidence of Possible Field Propulsion Technology by Transient Luminescent Phenomena in the Wallkill River Valley of New York State 297
- Layne L. Wright, Analysis of the Cylindrical Capacitors Found Within the Hendershot Fuelless Generator 313
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This book explains the nature of Light and proves the existence of God by methods and standards acceptable to science and religion alike. It lays a spiritual foundation under the material one of science; one upon which the current New Age movement is built. - Amazon
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Publisher: Rocky Mountain Research Institute
Live Presentions (Videos Available):
- Dr. Harold Aspden, Magnetism and the Energy of Creation: The $64 Question: What is the Energy Source? [pp 1-20]
- Dr. Patrick G. Bailey, Other Voices: A Summary of Research Not Present [pp 21-47]
- Dr. Patrick G. Bailey, Overunity Electrical Power Efficiency Using Energy Shuttling Between Two Circuits [pp 49-65]
- Robert E. Beautlich, Multiple Dimensions of Time [pp 67-73]
- Dr. Tim Binder, Walter Russell's Perspectives on Free Energy and the Russell Optical Dynamo Generator [pp 75-97]
- Melvin Cobb & James J. Hurtak, The Energy Trimmer: An Energy Conservation Circuit [pp 99-107]
- William J. Fogel, Charge Barrier Semiconductor Technology and Wave Function Bipolar Designs [pp 109-120]
- Hal Fox, Cold Nuclear Fusion, Space Energy Devices, and Commercialization [pp 121-135]
- Dr. Peter Graneau, Saving Us $1 Billion of Electricity Every Year [pp 137-150]
- George D. Hathaway, Characterizing the Performance of Non-Conventional Electrical Machines Based on Power and Energy Measurements [pp 151-172]
- James J. Hurtak & Alan Ames, The ALCON Levitation Technology: State of the Art and New Advances [pp 173-190]
- John K. Hutchison, The Hutchison Effect Apparatus [pp 191-198]
- Dr. Shiuji Inomata & Yoshiyuki Mita, Design Considerations for Superconducting Magnet N-Machine JPI-II [pp 199-218]
- Ben Iverson, The New Paradigm of Science [pp 219-241]
- Donald A. Kelly, The Gravity Drop Test Connection to Space Energy Conversion [pp 243-256]
- Dr. Moray B. King, Vacuum Energy Vortices [pp 257-269]
- Ronald J. Kovac, Motion of Plasma as a Source of New Energy and Matter Transformation: Empirical Results [pp 271-281]
- Dr. Win Lambertson, History and Status of the WIN Process [pp 283-288]
- Kenneth MacNeill, An Overview of Several Potential Free Energy Devices [pp 289-298]
- Dr. Stefan Marinov, The Wrong Lorentz-Grassmann Equation, The Right Lorentz-Marinov Equation, the Discovery of the Scalar Magnetic Field and of the Self-Accelerating Generator "SIBERIAN COLIU" in which Not Back but Forth Electric Tension is Induced [pp 299-320]
- William G. McMurtry, The Adams Pulsed Electric Motor Generator [pp 321-329]
- Andrew Michrowski, Politics of Clean Energy [pp 331-338]
- Dr. Brian O'Leary, Green Power: The Coming Free Energy Revolution and the Return to Eden [pp 339-358]
- Dale Pond, The Keely Motor - How It Works [pp 359-371]
- Dr. Harold E. Puthoff, Alternative Energy Sources: Good News / Bad News and "The 1 Watt Challenge" [pp 373-380]
- Bill Ramsay, Exploring the Aethers: Adventures Inspired by Hodowanec Discoveries [pp 381-401]
- Walter L. Rosenthal, Apparatus and Techniques for Energy Machine Waveform Acquisition [pp 403-408]
- Paramahamsa Tewari, Generation of AC and DC Power from Space Power Generators [pp 409-420]
- John Thomas, The Technology of Prof. John R. R. Searl [pp 421-433]
- Michael Watson, Construction of Floyd A. Sweet's VTA [pp 435-444]
- Dennis Weaver, Ecolonomics: Fusion of Ecology and Economics [pp 445-450]
- George H. Wiseman, The Energy Conserver Method [pp 451-465]
- Prof. Jorge C. Cur?, On a Probable Quantum Electrodynamic Explanation of Cold Fusion or Quantum Nuclear Chemistry [pp 503-510]
- Roy E. Graham Jr., "Over Unity" Devices - They're Real [pp 511-514]
- Ashley Gray, Experimental Analysis of the Adams Pulsed Motor - Generator [pp 515-524]
- Sepp Hasslberger, Dynamic Hydropower: The "Suction Turbine" or "Jet Turbine" of Viktor Schauberger [pp 525-536]
- Paul R. Jensen, Examination and Analysis of the Series Resonant LC Circuit [pp 537-543]
- Paul R. Jensen, The Unidirectional Transformer [pp 545-549]
- Dr. Henry C. Monteith, The Monopole Basis of Electro-Gravity [pp 551-565]
- Akira Nagaya, Timetron [pp 567-584]
- Donald Reed, The Beltrami Field as Archetypal Vortex Topology [pp 585-608]
- Norman Silliman, Physicists Dilemma: Action at a Distance [pp 609-620]
- Rollo Silver, Analysis of an Electrical Switching Circuit [pp 621-629]
- Floyd A. Sweet, Nothing is Something: The Theory and Operation of a Phase-Conjugated Vacuum Triode [pp 631-644]
- John R. R. Searl - The Technology of Professor John R. R. Searl.
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Publisher: Auckland Institute of Technology Press
The original edition was co-authored by Dr. Brian O?Leary, Christopher Bird, Jeane Manning, Barry Lynes and others and edited by Jonathan Eisen. This edition was published in 1995 in New Zealand by Auckland Institute of Technology Press. Later the co-authors signed their rights over to Jon Eisen so that he could more easily sell the book to Avery Publishing Group of New York.
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Publisher: Steven M. Hampton
ISBN: 518 373
Invented by Norman L. Dean in 1958 and proven mathematically viable by William O. Davis, Ph.D. in 1962, inertial propulsion (IP - also known as Impulse Drive, Inertial Engines, Inertial Drive and Centrifugal Force Engines) has now become a force to be reckoned with: Physicists can no longer turn their heads.
Hampton exposes the principles that make an eccentric Dean rotor propel its frame. Based on the Dean Drive - but not exclusive thereof - Hampton's latest invention the Reciprocating Impulse Drive RID), loses over 70% its weight while running on a floor scale. It also aggressively tilts a heavy balance beam against its own weight and holds its position. It can deflect itself from zenith hanging as a pendulum. His earlier prototypes not only led up to this powerful machine, but created the foundation for a hovercraft inertial engine design (complete with patent drawings) that could revolutionize transportation as we know it.
Find out why it's not just motion that governs this new physics, it's time. By isolating inertial frames, we can change time within parts of a cycle - in ANY cycle - opening vast avenues of research into multi-dimensional technologies.
Finally, Hampton describes in great detail a theoretical model for a "Free Energy" machine as well as a solid-state drive wafer (the Burnett Drive) both based on Dr. Davis's mechanics. A copy of Dean's two famous patents are included as two additional PDF files for easy reference.
This book is an intellectual adventure with startling surprises. E-book format only: printed out at 8 1/2 x 11 to 201 pp. with 53 color photos, 80 detailed illus. ? Steven M. Hampton ISBN 518 373.
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Publisher: C. Roy Keys Inc. (Apeiron)
Year: 2003/2008 (6th ed.)
This volume consists of a selection of refereed invited lectures presented at the International Workshop on Mach?s Principle and the Origin of Inertia which was held at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, as a part of the golden Jubilee celebrations of the Institute, from February 6 to 8, 2002. The Workshop was organized by the Centre for Theoretical Physics of the Institute with Prof. A.R. Roy as the Organising Secretary. It also includes a few contributions from experts who could not attend the Workshop. Inertia is one of the main physical properties of all bodies. Its origin poses problems of a fundamental nature. Ernst Mach proposed that the inertia of any body is caused by its interaction with the rest of the Universe. The idea reflects a deep connection between the cosmos at large and its individual constituent bodies, thereby implying a holistic conception of nature. On the whole, Ernst Mach had a seminal influence on the evolution of Physics in the 20th Century, and will influence the future development of Physics in the 21st Century. It is interesting that many of his ideas play a role (directly and indirectly) in opposite positions within contemporary physics. His epistemological viewpoint of positivism clearly influenced the basis of quantum mechanics. On the other hand his non-atomistic model of matter and the accompanying interpretation of inertial mass (the ?Mach Principle?) influenced the holistic approach of the continuous field concept of the theory of general relativity, as a general theory of matter. The contributions to these proceedings demonstrate Mach?s influence on contemporary thinking. For we see here the views of an international group of scholars on the implications of Mach?s principle in physics and astrophysics. The ideas presented here could affect the path of study in physics for many generations to come.
- Jayant Narlikar: A Tribute to Fred Hoyle
- Mendel Sachs: The Mach Principle and the Origin of Inertia from General Relativity
- Amitabha Ghosh: Extension of Mach?s Principle and Cosmological Consequences
- James F. Woodward: The Technical End of Mach?s Principle
- A.K.T. Assis: The Relationship between Mach?s Principle and the Principle of Physical Proportions
- W. Farrell Edwards: Inertial Mass of the Electron
- A.R. Prasanna: Mach?s Principle and Inertial Forces in General Relativity
- Jorge Guala Valverde and Ra?l A. Rapacioli: Inertial Mass in a Machian Framework
- Horst-Heino v. Borzeszkowski and Renate Wahsner: Mach?s Principle and the Dualism of Space-Time and Matter
- C.S. Unnikrishnan: Experiments Motivated by Mach?s Principle: A Review with Comments
- D.F. Roscoe: A Perspective on Mach?s Principle and the Consequent Discovery of Major New Phenomenology in Spiral Discs
- T.P. Singh: Mach?s Principle and Quantum Mechanics Without Spacetime
- H. Broberg: Mass and Gravitation in a Machian Universe
- George Galeczki: Mach?s Principle and the True Continuum
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The main subject of this book is a critical analysis of the special theory of relativity as a scientific theory, which, above all, is concerned with questions connected with time, space, mass and energy and with the relationship between time and space, and mass and energy. According to the theory of relativity time and space are mutually dependent and the contraction of space and the dilatation of time originate with motion as real physical processes.
The book demonstrates that the dilatation of time and the contraction of space are not real physical processes, but nothing more than mathematical games which are not in accord with the laws of physics and even with the declared principles of the theory of relativity. In addition to that it is shown that Einstein did not derive the formula for mass in motion and the formula for the mutual connection between mass and energy, and also that they cannot be derived by correct relativistic procedure. These formulas have been derived here, on the whole, by correct classical procedure. It has finally been demonstrated that they are classical formulas, not relativistic. In this way it is demonstrated that the special theory of relativity and the general theory of relativity, which is based upon the special theory of relativity, are only an unsuccessful attempt to generate a scientific theory.
The claim that mass is transformed into energy through an annihilation of an electron and a positron, as well as a transformation of energy into mass through a creation of the pair electron - positron, are contested. In connection with this it is given a hypothesis on the existence of new neutral particle called the elpotrin, which is formed at collision of an electron and a positron. A new explanation of the red shift in the radiation spectrums of distant galaxies disputes the Hubble's hypothesis about dispersion of galaxies and the existence of the big bang. Besides that the origin of the primary cosmic rays and their enormous energies are explained.
The existing classical and relativistic explanations of aberration are disputed. The hypothesis about the existence of the earth's ether and the sun's ether, whose relative motion causes the phenomenon of aberration is presented. In connection with this a new type of the interferometer is invented and described, with which it is possible to confirm or to deny the existence of the earth's ether. New explanation of the Fizeau's test and the theory of light propagation through moving transparent mediums are also given.
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Publisher: East-West Publishers, Graz
Year: 1977 / 4th ed 2008
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Publisher: D. Van Nostrand Co.
The first ten chapters employ a nonrelativistic perspective, covering fields, basic concepts, Maxwell's equations, charges with no relative motion and charges in uniform motion, accelerated charges, skin effect, waves, wave guides, and antennas. The final two chapters explore moving systems and relativistic electrodynamics. Numerous figures illuminate the text, and appendixes offer useful information on notation, differential equations, and other topics.
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Publisher: Colutron Research Corporation
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Publisher: Imperial College Press
Websites: www.compukol.com/mendel en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mendel_Sachs
It is the contention of the author that our future progress in physics comprehension will only take place when the foundational controversies between the quantum and relativity theories are recognized and discussion is given to their resolution. The book, therefore, presents an attitude not normally taken in other present-day books on subjects in contemporary theoretical physics and cosmology.
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Publisher: W. W. Norton & Co.
Written when quantum mechanics was in its infancy, this book was among the first to recognize the incompatibility of Einstein's relativity with quantum theory. Although it proposes no solution, it clearly identifies the problems and suggests avenues for research, and does outline Whyte's newly-formed Unitary Course Theory. The book is divided into three major sections:
- Coordinate Theories from the Standpoint of Unitary Course Theory
- General Features of Unitary Course Theory
Whyte argues that a universal length is necessary for any theory of the structure of matter, but recognizes four such lengths: the Rydberg wavelength, the de Broglie or Compton wavelength for the electron and proton, and a fourth wavelength differing by a factor of the fine structure constant. A unitary theory, he continues, must reduce the four independent universla lengths to one; alternately such a theory must explain the three dimensionless constants: (1) fine-structure, (2) proton to electron mass, and (3) e2/GM2.
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Publisher: A. B. Nordiska Bokhandeln
This book, written in Swedish the same year Einstein received the Nobel Prize for the Photoelectric Effect, contains much of the material in Nordenson's expanded English book, Relativity, Time and Reality, published forty-seven years later. It presents a very detailed analysis of how Einstein used (or abused) the concept of time. Einstein's use of different concepts of time without real definitions and relations to reality means, according to Nordenson, that his theories are inconsistent and not real theories. A copy is available from Stockholm University Library.
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Publisher: Joel D. Morrison
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Sorce Theory is a rigorously causal and highly detailed qualitative paradigm of fundamental physics, based on the wave-harmonics and fluid-dynamics of a continuous and compressible subatomic superfluid as the medium for the wave-nature of matter and energy at all observable scales in the cosmos. Far beyond the broken limits of the causal foundations of classical physics, Sorce Theory demonstrates a new ?post-quantum? causal underpinning to reinstate understanding into fundamental physics. It does this, however, entirely without limiting or affecting the empirically-derived and extremely useful quantitative infrastructure of modern physics. It offers in return, rather, the illumination and understanding of the mathematics and the experiments--a new perspective with the potential to guide us beyond the current quagmire of mathematical physics and into a truly unified qualitative and quantitative paradigm.
The main benefit Sorce Theory imparts upon those who would venture to install this qualitative OS and take it for a test run, is a visceral and robust sense of organismic unity and self-similar harmony permeating the cosmos. It finally allows one to visualize and make sense of the unification of the forces and the self-similarity of the patterns between the macro- and the micro-cosmic levels. In this way Sorce Theory unifies the core macro-micro schism (e.g. relativity vs. the quantum) infecting all of modern physics and cosmology. It resolves this core-level problem by digging beneath the axiomatic wave-particle paradox and its attendant neuroses of ?weirdness,? indeterminacy and acausality--not to mention its schizophrenic ?complementarity.? By digging into, and entirely restructuring the qualitative ?legacy code? of this cumbersome and clumsy ?Standard OS,? Sorce Theory thus finds a new integration and a causal unity for all known physical energy forms and forces.
There is a slight problem with this model as it stands, however. The paradigm is built on a tacit ?foundational? ontology, a medieval legacy of reductionism common to virtually all of modern science, with its premature abandonment of mathematical and philosophical rationalism. In ?Unlocking the Basement,? this axiomatic foundationalism is reopened to the nondual and integral findings of post-modern and post-foundational ontologies, such as the nondual rationalism of Interface Philosophy. In this interface with Interface Philosophy, the axioms at the ?basement level? of Sorce Theory are opened up to new causal explanations of their own underlying and inter-relational structure. These ?basic items? are thus found to emerge in a ?dependent arising? with one another, rather than as isolated categories and axioms. In this way--through an infinite self-similar recursion found in fractal mathematics and complexity science--we can then begin to understand the mechanisms beneath the ?basement level? and thus within every self-similar level of the holarchical cosmos. This then simultaneously opens Sorce Theory to an integration with the newly emerging fractal and plasma cosmological models, offering as well, a spring-board for a simplifying introduction to the core concepts of the model for new readers. In this process a new holarchical and self-similar theory of fluid dynamics and pressure is put forth, finally making sense of the interactions between molar and ?quantum fluids,? such as superfluids and the modern notion of the quantum vacuum as a ?zero-energy superfluid.? - Back cover