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Dr. Vladimir B. Ginzburg
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Dr. Vladimir B. Ginzburg (Books)

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by Vladimir B. Ginzburg

Pages: 409
Publisher: Helicola Press, Division of IRMC, Inc.
Year: 2006
ISBN: 0967143241
ISBN: 978-0967143248

Websites: www.helicola.com

Prime Elements of Ordinary Matter, Dark Matter & Dark Energy serves as a singular textbook on the history of scientific and mathematical ideas, an excellent complement to Roger Penrose's highly acclaimed but more conventional The Road to Reality.  In this book readers encounter many of the most brilliant minds and colorful personalities who have significantly contributed to the evolution of scientific knowledge, including those, such as Emmanuel Swedenbourg and Walter Russell, who are rarely, if ever, mentioned in traditional books.  The encounter with vfarious scientific geniuses, often on a human level, make this book highly engrossing.

In addition, this book serves as a lucid exposition of the author's original mathematical formulation of the vortex theory and its applications based on his discovery fo the toryx, and his formulation of the Three-Dimensional Spiral String Theory, which is his version of the grand unified field theory.  At the heart of his elegant formulation there is his profound philosophical insight into the nature of reality, especially the inversive relation between nothingness and thingness, coupled with his thorough knowledge of physics and mathematics.

Vladimir Ginzburg is a highly absorbing storyteller as well as a brilliantly original scientist.  On every page the reader will experience the special glow found onlywhen an author truly loves his subject.  Throughout this book the author shares his deep love of science and invites his readers to an exhilarating scientific exploration which ecites him to no end.  This is unquestionably one of the most enjoyable contemporary science books that also provides genuine substance. - Yasuhiko Genku Kimura, Founder and Chairman of Vision in Action (book back cover)

This is the 3rd edition.  The 2nd Edition had the subtitle, Beyond Standard Model & String Theory.

Reviews

Dr. Ginzburg has ventured to find the simple principles hiding behind the diversities of macrocosm and microcosm. --Nobuyuki Kanai, Osaka, Japan, (book Preface)


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by Vladimir B. Ginzburg

Pages: 280
Publisher: Helicola Press, Division of IRMC, Inc.
Year: 2002
ISBN: 0967143217
ISBN: 978-0967143217

Websites: helicola.com

The concept of spiral field theory was presented by the author in his previous books - "Spiral Grain of the Universe", "Unified Spiral Field and Matter", and "Unified Spiral Nature of the Quantum & Relativistic Universe".  This book further expands the concept of the spiral field that leads to the unification of strong, gravitational and electric forces. The highlights of the book are:
  1. Presentation of new prime elements of Nature, the torix and the helix, based on positive and negative energy
  2. Description of matter, ether, electromagnetic waves, and neutrinos by the same fundamental equations
  3. Confirmation of the possibility of instantaneous transmission of waves
  4. Unification of strong, gravitational, and electric forces
  5. Identification of likely canditates for "dark" matter
  6. Outline of a road map to a unified field theory

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by Vladimir B. Ginzburg

Pages: 275
Publisher: Helicola Press, Division of IRMC, Inc.
Year: 2002
ISBN: 0967143225
ISBN: 978-0967143224

Websites: helicola.com

This book provides an easy-to-read description of the spiral field theory, along with its some fundamental equations. It employs new prime elements of Nature, the torix and the helix that are created from empty space by polarization of energy (or time)and vorticity. The most important by-product of the theory is the unification of the strong and electric forces. The theory describes matter, ether, electromagnetic wave, and neutrinos by the same fundamental equations. It confirmes a possibility of instantaneous transmission of waves, an idea early advanced by Wheeler and Feynman. The theory identifies likely candidates for "dark" matter and outlines a road map for the unified field theory.

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by Vladimir B. Ginzburg

Pages: 417
Publisher: Helicola Press, Division of IRMC, Inc.
Year: 1999
ISBN: 0967143209
ISBN: 978-0967143200

Websites: helicola.com

This book expands a story of the Archimedes File described in the earlier published book Spiral Grain of the Universe ? In Search of the Archimedes File. It briefly outlines a story contained in the previous book, and then continuous the story and describes the contributions made to the science by several distinguished scientists of the 18th and 19th centuries, including Emanuel Swedenborg, Leonhard Euler, Rudjier Bo?kovi?, Michael Faraday, Andr?-Marie Amp?re, William Thomson (Lord Kelvin), James Maxwell, Heinrich Hertz, and J.J. Thomson.

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by Vladimir B. Ginzburg

Pages: 335
Publisher: Univ Editions
Year: 1996
ISBN: 1560026650
ISBN: 978-1560026655

Websites: helicola.com

The book describes a story of development of the idea of spiral nature of the universe that embraced the best minds of humanity since ancient times. In our millennium, this idea was advanced by several distinguished scientists, among them Johannes Kepler, Rene Descartes, and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. It eventually became a major challenge to the physics of Newton. The book is written in the form of a story that begins from Archimedes time and describes how the spiral field theory could have been developed. The story is one of scientific and historical facts, enlarged by imagination with a small dose of conjecture.