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by Ronald Mirman

Pages: 231
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Year: 2005
ISBN: 0595341241
ISBN: 978-0595341245

Geometry through its fundamental transformations, the Poincare group, requires that wavefunctions belong to representations. Massless and massive representations are very different and their coupling almost impossible. Helicity-1 gives electromagnetism, helicity-2 gives gravitation; no higher helicities are possible. Basis states, thus the fundamental fields, are the potential and connection. General relativity is derived and is the unique theory of gravity, thus the only possible quantum theory of gravity. It is explained why it is. Because of transformations trajectories must be geodesics. Momenta are covariant derivatives and must commute. Covariant derivatives of the metric are zero.

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by Wilhelm Moritz Bauer

Pages: 28
Year: 1983
ISBN: 3900371237

"Uhrenparadoxon: In einem Raumschiff bleibt im Zustand der Schwerelosigkeit eine Pendeluhr stehen, und eine Sanduhr h?rt zu rinnen auf. Daraus folgert niemand, da? die Zeit stehen bleibt. Wenn dagegen eine Atomuhr unter bestimmten ?u?eren Bedingungen eine Gangabweichung zeigt, glaubt man relativistische Mystifikationen des Zeitbegriffs damit in Verbindung bringen zu m?ssen."

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by Tom Bearden, Eike Mueller

Publisher: Tesla Book Company
Year: 1985

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by Michael D. Riversong

Year: 1994,2005

Introduction to basic principles of chemistry from the viewpoint of primarily considering natural resonance. This is a book and CD set.  The CD includes demonstrations of several principles on the Celtic Harp.  Discussions about gravity control and nuclear waste transmutation are included in this work.

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by Ralph Sansbury

Publisher: Institute of Classical Physics
Year: 1994

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by Thierry De Mees

Pages: 32
Publisher: Thierry De Mees
Year: 2011

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Is not everything settled with Gravitomagnetism, the analogy of electromagnetism for gravity, with which I explained the formation of disk galaxies without dark matter, the shape of supernova and hourglass stars, and many other phenomena? Is there more to be told?

In this little booklet, I show that one of the parameters that are used to define the Sun's dynamics can be expressed by the other parameters. In other words, the Sun's gravity is defined by its angular velocity and its radius.

This amazing property finds its origin in the way how particles interact, and the way how I expect that all kinds of forces work: by a Coriolis effect between particles.

Henceforth the calculus of the Gravitational Constant is possible.

Linked to this phenomenon is the expansion of spinning objects, like the Earth, the Sun and the stars. This occurs by gravity as well, and this can be explained by both the Gravitomagnetic as the Coriolis approach.

Discover in the next few pages how these new gravitational realities take form.

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Pages: 66
Publisher: Self-Published
Year: 2012
ISBN: 1475108699

Websites: https://www.createspace.com/3836009

One night, I started to wonder about how I could prove that 'time' is not a fundamental property of the Universe. One month later, I had finished writing a paper on what is either the Grand Unifying Theory of physics, or a record of some of the strangest therapy sessions ever devised. This book contains the paper as well as the story behind the paper and its author.

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Pages: 81
Publisher: The-Origin Foundation, Inc.
Year: 2011
ISBN: 0-9777782-2-3

Websites: www.The-Origin.org

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by Frank J. Znidarsic

Pages: 83
Publisher: Znidarsic Science Books
Year: 2012

?Elementary Antigravity II? follows up on the original book that was printed by Vantage Press in 1989. The first addition has sold out long ago. A lot has happened in the intervening 25 years. The second addition was completely rewritten. Only the cover remains as a legacy of the original book. The second addition incorporates many of the developments that have taken place in the intervening years.

There are two schools of thought as to where we are heading. The first school of thought, as foreseen climate scientist James Lovelock, predicts that we are rapidly heading towards a global catastrophe. The disaster will be triggered by the triple whammy of climate change, population increase, and the depletion of the fossil fuels. Lovelock?s Gaia Hypothesis predicts that it is already too late. According to Lovelock, within this Century, the only places on Earth that will be inhabitable will be at the poles. He advises, ?Enjoy life now while you can!? The second school of thought, as foreseen by Peter Diamandis, predicts that we are heading into an age of abundance. This age will be ushered in by a rapid increase in the capabilities of computer and medical technologies. Fred Pearce in his book, ?The Coming Population Crash?, has revealed that societies, that a respect a woman?s rights and provide for child care, tend to maintain stable populations. Indeed the dire predictions presented by Paul Ehrlich, in his 1968 book, ?The Population Bomb?, did not come to pass.

Frank Znidarsic believes that the age of abundance can acquired, but only through the development of new, non-polluting, and abundant energy sources. The classical harnessing of the electromagnetic force has propelled us into this current age of wonder. Frank Znidarsic showcases the emerging new technologies will classically harness all of the natural forces. The new space propulsion technologies, that are coming, will provide resources from beyond the bounds of Earth. These technologies will propel us to the stars and lead us to the abundance of Peter Diamandis? singularity. ?Elementary Antigravity II? reveals what is happening with this effort. It presents the science that will achieve this goal. The techniques that are presented within this text should expedite the coming of the desired singularity.

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by Robert E. French

Pages: 104
Publisher: Robert E. French
Year: 2016
ISBN: 978-0-692-75314-9

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by Irwin Wunderman

Pages: 400
Publisher: 1st Books Library
Year: 2003
ISBN: 1410757919
ISBN: 978-1410757913

Work on this theory began incidental to a thesis investigation when the author was a graduate student at Stanford University 40 years ago. It was observed that waves derived from harmonic exponential functions had numerous basic flaws. Over the intervening decades, sporadic efforts continued in attempt to derive a basis for harmonic generation that would avoid the perceived shortcomings. The fmdings culminate in this book. They are profound in that they suggest our traditional interpretation of the natural number system is incomplete. A separate category of enumerating smallest non-divisible entities exists. It distinguishes how quanta or monads must classify as a population. Because fractional values then become disallowed, inter-integer transitions constitute a different class of functional space that is orthogonal to conventional integer values. Scalar natural numbers become vectors. An elegant periodicity in their ordinal sequence brings about a plethora of harmonic wave modes. Derived cyclic phenomena are extremely basic allegedly representing the waves of quantum theory, matter waves, electromagnetic waves, indeed, all waves of physical reality. Mathematically discrete rather than continuous solutions infer various speculations about the physics that could produce such results. The harmonics embed inextricably within the sequence of ordinal integers suggesting resultant periodicities depict many phenomena of Nature like nuclear/electronic structure and DNA type biological entities.

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by Ajay Sharma

Pages: 546
Publisher: Cambridge International Science Publishing Ltd. Cambridge ENGLAND
Year: 2015
ISBN: 978-1907343315

Websites: www.AjayOnLine.us

           Beyond Einstein and E=mc2   

Publisher, Cambridge International Science Publisher, Cambridge, England)
                        Burn the candle of ‘doubt’ to get scientific light.
             Should scientists be regarded  above almighty GOD ?

          (i) Einstein’s 1905 paper of Theory of Relativity was published in Annalen der Physik  without  any peer review by experts. So whatever Einstein wrote was published. Einstein took this opportunity to publish work of Galileo (1632), Poincare (1898), Lorentz (1892 ) , time dilation Larmer (1897   ) ,length contraction  Fitzegerald (1889 )  etc. AS HIS OWN.  Einstein scored goals without goalkeeper in playground. So the theory of relativity is not Einstein’s. In scientific language it is called plagiarism and in general sense THEFT in broad day daylight. Einstein called work of Galileo and Poincare as postulates or hypothesis ….. but these are accepted realities in the literature when Einstein published them.

(ii) Einstein’s derivation which leads to E=mc2 , also implies that WHEN A CANDLE BURNS ITS MASS MUST INCREASE. It is the biggest contradiction in science. Thus equation is derived in alternate way as dE=Ac2dm . Thus generalized equation is general equation and E=mc2 is its special case. A can be less, more or equal to unity.
(iii)  In 1907 Einstein had also derived rest mass energy E(rme)=Mc2 . It is derived under condition when FIRST equation is zero, and last equation is E(rme)=Mc2. Thus we get OUTPUT without INPUT. It can be understood in analogous way as ……ground floor of the 10 storeyed building is demolished. Then according to Einstein’s logic, the remaining 9  storeyed building will FLOAT  in air. Thus Einstein’s deduction is BASELESS.
(vi)  When velocity of body or particle becomes comparable to that of light, then its mass increases. Then its heavier mass (or actual mass) must be taken in account. However in nuclear
chain reaction the velocity of neutrons is in relativistic region, so its mass must increase. But mass is taken as original mass. It is not justifies. Also E =mc2 cannot explain simultaneously the MASS DEFECT and BINDING ENERGY of deuteron.  The generalized equation dE=Ac2dm can  explain.

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by Albert Cushing Crehore

Pages: 197
Publisher: D. Van Nostrand Company
Year: 1917

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by Jaroslav G. Klyushin

Pages: 259
Year: 2012
ISBN: 978-5-600-00029-2

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by Mike A Gimbel

Pages: 96
Year: 2011
ISBN: 0984677801
ISBN: 978-0984677801

This book is a response to the myths created by an idealistic theory called "Relativity". Physics and cosmology has been in a disastrous crisis for almost a century. Mathematics is not physics, yet it is treated as such. The fourth dimension exists only in mathematical equations, not in reality. Black holes do not exist. Space is not curved. There is no fundamental "God particle" from which all matter is built. Objects do not carry their own time. Above all, consciousness does not determine reality. That is the old metaphysics masquerading as science. In addition, this book is a Marxist answer to Stephen Hawking and Michio Kaku's psuedo-scientific creationist theories. Here is the endorsement by Glenn Borchardt, Ph.D, author of "The Scientific Worldview" and Director of the Progressive Science Institute: "I want to congratulate you on the excellent piece of work! I definitely like your critique of Hawking and Kaku. It puts these jokers in their place. A great job! You have done so much that is needed to expose the BS that goes for physics and cosmology today."

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by Marvin Eli Kirsh

Pages: 338
Publisher: Lulu
Year: 2011
ISBN: 978-1-257-95358-5

Websites: www.lulu.com
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A Non-random state of the entire universe rather than just human life and existence is not always considered in creative expression. The assembly of poems in Cosmological Tendencies is meant to confront paradox, generate humor, expose human situations from the only plausible view, from example as they are part, without exception, of a cosmos that has no parts that are 'out of this world', is a story line itself that contains and beholds itself as one beholds the stories of life that exist no other way but in the beholding, and is all that exists. I hope, poetic constructions in a 'bits and pieces' approach inherited from an academic background in the Natural Sciences, diverging to confront human paradox, will enlighten, entertain and educate to the possibility of a wall that, other than fixed and pre-existing, though immoveable, grows forwards from the conscious reflections that compose the choruses of men and women in their learnings rather than from their engagements to action.

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by Michael C. Duffy, Joseph Levy

Pages: 488
Publisher: Apeiron
Year: 2009
ISBN: 0973291184
ISBN: 978-0973291186

Websites: www.physicsfoundations.org/Ether_spacetime/introduction_2.html

The program Ether Space-Time & Cosmology, to which this book belongs, comprises several volumes designed to inform the physics community of the resurgence of the ether in modern science. The reality of the concept and its importance were evident by the end of the 20th century and at the beginning of the 21st century: researches undertaken during the last 20 years have confirmed the existence of physical properties within space, even where it is devoid of ordinary matter. In addition to the well known properties of permittivity, permeability and the ability to transmit electromagnetic waves, other features have been more recently associated with the concept of space. These include the Casimir Effect and a significant amount of energy. The necessity of the ether is not questioned today, even by those who pretend to do so, but who don�t hesitate to attribute qualities to the vacuum. Ether theory plays a creative role even if given different names such as physical vacuum, fundamental plenum or cosmic substratum.

This second volume, as the first did, presents articles written by experienced physicists dealing with different aspects of the ether concept. One of the objectives of this series of books is to progressively disclose its properties. The introduction of the ether as a main actor in physical processes, will resolve a number of paradoxes in 20th century physics which arose because of its dismissal.

Ether Space-Time & Cosmology is a development of the Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory conferences, which began in 1988, in London, and which now take place in London, Moscow, Calcutta and Budapest. Details of these conferences, including names and addresses of contacts and sponsors, are given on the PIRT web site http://www.physicsfoundations.org/.

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by Robert A. Sungenis, Robert J. Bennett

Pages: 642
Publisher: Catholic Apologetics Publishing
Year: 2007
ISBN: 0977964051
ISBN: 978-0977964055
ISBN: 0977964000
ISBN: 978-0977964000

A truly magnificent work. There exists no better exposition of the history and science of geocentrism. Very highly recommended and a must for all those interested in the issues surrounding geocentrism today. The animations of the CD are excellent. They illustrate the daily and yearly motions of the sun and planets about the earth, the seasons, retrograde motion, and parallax in a uniform way. The authors have done a very admirable job all around. -- Dr. Gerardus Bouw, Author of Geocentricity

In Galileo Was Wrong, Robert Sungenis and Robert Bennett have provided an excellent synopsis of a field of science that most people today have probably not even heard about. It is not a regurgitation of some ancient, debunked theory. Neither is this a lightweight paperback, in the vein of so many publications by scientists who have lost the dividing line between science and science fiction. Rather, Galileo Was Wrong is a work of monumental proportion which ranks, in my opinion, on a par with the meticulous observations of the Danish astronomer, Tycho Brahe, and the tireless efforts of Walter van der Kamp who almost single-handedly raised geocentrism from the ashes in the 1970s and 80s. Neville Thomas Jones, Ph.D. Physics Imperial College, London -- Dr. Neville Jones, Imperial College, London

In their new book, Sungenis and Bennett take no prisoners. They look all of the anomalies in the current cosmological system in the face without fear and come up with conclusions that will startle the followers of Carl Sagan out of their dogmatic slumbers. Truth to tell, Newton was turned into an idol to serve the political purposes of the Whigs, who used him to bring down the House of Bourbon across the English Channel. His cosmological system was used as a justification of the Enlightenment. Now that the Enlightenment is over, it was inevitable that the system upon which it was based should come in for the powerful critique which Sungenis and Bennett provide. Not inevitable, however, was the brilliant way they provide it. E. Michael Jones, Ph.D. Editor: Culture Wars -- Dr. E. Michael Jones, Culture Wars

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Galileo Was Wrong: The Church Was Right, Volume I, The Scientific Case for Geocentrism, is a detailed and comprehensive treatise that demonstrates from the available scientific evidence that heliocentrism (the concept that the Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the sun) is an unproven theory; and that geocentrism (the view that the Earth is in the center of the universe and does not move by either rotation or revolution) is not only supported by the scientific evidence but is admitted to be a logical and viable cosmological position by many of the world\\\'s top scientists, including Albert Einstein, Ernst Mach, Edwin Hubble, Fred Hoyle and many more.


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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 78
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1975
ISBN: 0850560063
ISBN: 978-0850560060

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

This monograph offers a full account of the nature of gravitation. It is shown to be an electrodynamic action due to the disturbance of the vacuum medium by matter. A link with the existence of elementary particles is presented. The approach is verified by the exact evaluation of the constant of gravitation G in terms of the charge-mass ratio of the electron. The masses of the muon, pion and proton are also evaluated in relation to the electron mass. - From the Preface

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 68+
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1996
ISBN: 0850560152
ISBN: 978-0850560152

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

Between 1980 and 1996 the author found that scientific periodicals were more willing to accept his papers for publication and took early retirement from IBM in 1983 expressly to become a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Southampton University in the author's hometown in England.  The 14 papers, reproduced in A4 page size from the scientific periodicals in which they were first published, constitute the main section of the book. The front section of the book is a 68 page commentary entitled 'The Creative Vacuum'. Part II consists of fourteen papers which form the 96 page Appendix added to the text of Part I. The papers are of published record in the scientific periodicals referenced as well as in the consolidated publication Aether Science Papers, copies of which are still in print and so may be purchased from booksellers. These 14 papers are also now reproduced in these web pages.

Part I: The Creative Vacuum

Part II: Aether Science Papers

  1. 'The Theoretical Nature of the Neutron and the Deuteron,' Hadronic Journal, 9 129-136 (1986) 1986d.pdf
  2. 'Meson Production based on Thomson Energy Correlation,' Hadronic Journal, 9 137-140 (1986) 1986e.pdf
  3. 'An Empirical Approach to Meson Energy Correlation,' Hadronic Journal, 9 153-157 (1986) 1986j.pdf
  4. 'The Physics of the Missing Atoms: Technetium and Promethium,' Hadronic Journal, 10 167-172 (1987) 1987a.pdf
  5. 'Synchronous Lattice Electrodynamics as an Alternative to Time Dilation,' Hadronic Journal, 10 185-192 (1987) 1987b.pdf
  6. 'Instantaneous Electrodynamic Potential with Retarded Energy Transfer,' Hadronic Journal, 11 307-313 (1988) 1988a.pdf
  7. 'The Theory of the Proton Constants,' Hadronic Journal, 11 169-176 (1988) 1988b.pdf
  8. 'Conservative Hadron Interactions Exemplified by the Creation of the Kaon,' Hadronic Journal, 12 101-108 (1989) 1989d.pdf
  9. 'A Theory of Proton Creation,' Physics Essays, 1 72-76 (1988) 1988c.pdf
  10. 'The Theory of the Gravitation Constant,' Physics Essays, 2 173-179 (1989) 1989b.pdf
  11. 'A Theory of Pion Creation,' Physics Essays, 2 360-367 (1989) 1989c.pdf
  12. 'Standing Wave Interferometry,' Physics Essays, 3 39-45 (1990) 1990a.pdf
  13. 'The Theory of Antigravity,' Physics Essays, 4 13-19 (1991) 1991a.pdf
  14. 'Retardation in the Coulomb Potential,' Physics Essays, 8 19-28 (1995) 1995e.pdf

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by Joseph P. Farrell

Pages: 346
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
Year: 2008
ISBN: 1931882843
ISBN: 978-1931882842

"If you've been following Farrell's stunning series on Nazi secret research or are interested in the Philadelphia Experiment, you won't want to miss, and won't believe, this one! Secrets of the Unified Field draws the reader into an incredible vortex of suppressed technologies and forgotten science!" -- XXXX

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Farrell maintains that careful considerations of Einstein's celebrated and now discarded Unified Field Theory, and the breathtaking conclusions of wartime American and German scientists and engineers that, while an incomplete theory, it nevertheless was engineerable.

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by Andre K. T. Assis

Pages: 292
Publisher: Springer
Year: 1994
ISBN: 0792331370
ISBN: 978-0792331377

This volume is a substantially complete presentation of the electrodynamics developed by Wilhelm Weber. Weber's force between point charges is explored and thoroughly analysed. Amp?re's force between current elements is discussed in connection with modern experiments relating to the Amp?re versus Grassmann--Biot--Savart controversy. Amp?re's force is a central feature of this work, as Maxwell maintained it should always be in the study of electrodynamics, although it is included in few textbooks on electromagnetism. A detailed study of this force is an outstanding feature of this book. Other topical questions of physics are analysed, such as a potential-dependent inertial mass, Mach's principle and the origin of inertia, action at a distance as opposed to contact actions, etc. No previous knowledge of the subject is required, and all topics are introduced with both their historical backgrounds as well as modern experimental evidence.

This volume will appeal to physicists, mathematicians, electrical and electronic engineers, historians and philosophers of science.

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