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Dr. Raymond H. Gallucci
local time: 2019-08-22 16:03 (-04:00 DST)
Dr. Raymond H. Gallucci (About)
CNPS Member
Nuclear Engineer
Interests: Cosmology, Natural History, Relativity, Gravity, Galactic Phenomena, Aether, Variable Light Speed, Plasma Universe, Early Earth Age: 65

I am a nuclear engineer who does not believe in black holes, Big Bangs, and many of the current popular theories in cosmology. I seek believable explanations to everything.  I like to review other dissidents' theories and perform simple mathematics to ascertain if they are at least plausible.  I acknowledge the late Dr. Paul Marmet's work and that of Stephen Crothers for first spurring my interest in the dissident arena.

The complete list of all publications, with presentations if available, follows under general topics (all available at http://vixra.org):

RELATIVITY AND LIGHT SPEED (11)

1.  Gallucci, R.  2013.  “Time Dilation in Relativity,” Proceedings of the Natural Philosophy Alliance, 20th Annual Conference of the NPA, 10-13 July 2013, Volume 10, College Park, MD, pp. 84-86 (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1601.0080.pdf [2016]; https://principia-scientific.org/time-dilation-in-relativity/ [January 10, 2018]).

2.  Gallucci, R.  2015.  “Questioning the Cosmological Doppler Red-Shift,” Proceedings of the First Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, August 5-8, 2015, Florida Atlantic University, pp. 68-70 (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1601.0078.pdf [2016]; https://principia-scientific.org/questioning-the-cosmological-doppler-red-shift/ [January 25, 2018]).

3.  Gallucci, R.  2015.  “Michelson-Morley Interferometer Experiment of 1887: ‘Null’ Result,” Proceedings of the First Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, August 5-8, 2015, Florida Atlantic University, pp. 66-67 (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1601.0079.pdf [2016]; https://principia-scientific.org/michelson-morley-interferometer-experiment-of-1887-null-result/ [January 17, 2018]).

4.  Gallucci, R.  2015.  “Accelerating Clocks Run Faster AND Slower,” Proceedings of the First Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, August 5-8, 2015, Florida Atlantic University, pp. 63-65 (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1601.0077.pdf [2016]; https://principia-scientific.org/accelerating-clocks-run-faster-and-slower/ [January 19, 2018]).

5.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Does Light Travel with the Velocity of a Moving Source?” Proceedings of the Second Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 20-23, 2016, College Park, MD, pp. 94-99; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1606.0127.pdf; http://vixra.org/pdf/1601.0079.pdf [2016]; https://principia-scientific.org/does-light-travel-with-the-velocity-of-a-moving-source/ [January 26, 2018]).

6.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “The Speed of Light: Constant and Non-Constant” Proceedings of the Second Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 20-23, 2016, College Park, MD, pp. 67-73; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1606.0128.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/the-speed-of-light-constant-and-non-constant/ [February 1, 2018]).

7.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Alleged Extended Lifetimes of Atmospheric Muons – Does This Really Confirm Relativity?” Proceedings of the Third Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 19-22, 2017, Vancouver, BC, pp. 49-52; Galilean Electrodynamics, January/February 2018 (Vol. 29, No. 1), Space Time Analyses, Ltd., Arlington, MA, pp. 2, 16, 20 (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0423.pdf; https:// principia-scientific.org/alleged-extended-lifetimes-of-atmospheric-muons-does-this-really-confirm-relativity/ [February 2, 2018]).

8.  Gallucci, R. and R. Calkins, 2016.  “Experiments to Test Whether or Not Light Acquires the Velocity of Its Source, Using Current Technology,” Proceedings of the Second Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 20-23, 2016, College Park, MD, pp. 89-93; (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1606.0130.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/experiments-to-test-whether-or-not-light-acquires-the-velocity-of-its-source-using-current-technology/ [January 31, 2018]).

9.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Another Role for Corpuscles in the Double-Slit Experiment?” Proceedings of the Third Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 19-22, 2017, Vancouver, BC, pp. 59-62; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0420.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/another-role-for-corpuscles-in-the-double-slit-experiment/ [February 13, 2018]).

10.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Can Varying Light Speed Explain Photon-Particle Interactions?” Proceedings of the Third Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 19-22, 2017, Vancouver, BC, pp. 44-48; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0419.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/can-varying-light-speed-explain-photon-particle-interactions/ [February 13, 2018]).

11.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Light as a Matter Wave?  A Simple Mathematical Examination of Two Proposed Concepts,” http://vixra.org/pdf/1712.0116.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/light-as-a-matter-wave-a-simple-mathematical-examination-of-two-proposed-concepts/ [February 14, 2018]).

ELECTRIC UNIVERSE (7)

1.  Gallucci, R.  2015.  “Re-examining Velikovsky,” Proceedings of the First Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, August 5-8, 2015, Florida Atlantic University, 71-72 (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1606.0140.pdf [2016]; https://principia-scientific.org/michelson-morley-interferometer-experiment-of-1887-null-result/ [February 22, 2018]).

2.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Electromagnetic Gravity?  Examination of the Electric Universe Theory,” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/; presented at EU2017 – The Electric Universe: Future Science, August 17-20, 2017, Phoenix, AZ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0426.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/electromagnetic-gravity-examination-of-the-electric-universe-theory [February 15, 2018]).

3.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Plausibility of Electrical Birth of Asteroid Belt,” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/; presented at EU2017 – The Electric Universe: Future Science, August 17-20, 2017, Phoenix, AZ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0418.pdf).

4.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “’Neutron’ vs. ‘Strobe’ Stars?’” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/; presented at EU2017 – The Electric Universe: Future Science, August 17-20, 2017, Phoenix, AZ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1703.0209.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/neutron-or-strobe-stars/ [December 29, 2017]).

5.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Plausibility of Selected ‘Electric Sun’ Models Based on Mass-Density Considerations,” http://vixra.org/pdf/1711.0293.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/plausibility-of-selected-electric-sun-models-based-on-mass-density-considerations/ [February 26, 2018]).

6.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “A 3-Dimensional Excursion through 2-Dimensional ‘Flatland’ as an Analogy for 4-Dimensional Light and Coulombic Force in Three Dimensions,” http://vixra.org/pdf/1709.0232.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/a-3-dimensional-excursion-through-2-dimensional-flatland-as-an-analogy-for-4-dimensional-light-and-coulombic-force-in-three-dimensions/ (February 27, 2018).

7.  Gallucci, R.  2019.  “Might Gravity be an Electromagnetic Phenomenon?  Examining the ‘Mystery’ of Monatomic Gold,” http://vixra.org/pdf/1906.0542.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/is-gravity-an-electro-magnetic-phenomenon (July 2, 2019).

GALACTIC PHENOMENA (9)

  1. Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Evolution of Stars into Pulsars,” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0421.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/evolution-of-stars-into-pulsars/ [March 19, 2018]).

2.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Who Needs Dark Matter?  An Alternative Explanation for the Galactic Rotation Anomaly,” Proceedings of the Third Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 19-22, 2017, Vancouver, BC, pp. 38-43; presented at EU2017 – The Electric Universe: Future Science, August 17-20, 2017, Phoenix, AZ; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1609.0014.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/who-needs-dark-matter-an-alternative-explanation-for-the-galactic-rotation-anomaly/ [March 2, 2018]).

3.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Cosmic Expansion vs. Galactic Density,” Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 27-30, 2018, Storrs, CT, pp. 29-32;  also submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0427.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/cosmic-expansion-vs-galactic-density-submitted-to-galilean-electrodynamics [March 12, 2018]).

4.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “A Possible Anomaly in Galactic Recessional Speed Alleged to Increase with Universal Distance,” Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 27-30, 2018, Storrs, CT, pp. 23-28; also submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0424.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/a-possible-anomaly-in-galactic-recessional-speed-alleged-to-increase-with-universal-distance/ [March 13, 2018]).

5.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Gravitational Cosmic Redshift with Variable Light Speed?” Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 27-30, 2018, Storrs, CT, pp. 15-18; also submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0425.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/gravitational-cosmic-redshift-with-variable-light-speed/ [March 15, 2018]).

6.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Is Molecular Hydrogen (H2) the ‘Dark Matter’ that Explains the Galactic Rotation Anomaly?” Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 27-30, 2018, Storrs, CT, pp. 29-32; also submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0413.pdf).

7.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “The Black Hole – Can the ‘Irresistible Force’ Overcome the ‘Immovable Object?’” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1701.0575.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/the-black-hole-can-the-irresistible-force-overcome-the-immovable-object/ [March 26, 2018]).

8.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Intrinsic Redshift in Quasi-Stellar Objects (QSOs) - Mass Dependence and Quantization?” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1704.0076.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/intrinsic-redshift-in-quasi-stellar-objects-qsos-mass-dependence-and-quantization/ [April 6, 2018]); Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 26-29, 2019, Seattle, WA, pp. 63-72.

9.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Who Needs Dark Matter?  Is the Galactic Rotation Anomaly an Optical Illusion?” http://vixra.org/pdf/1712.0535.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/who-needs-dark-matter-is-the-galactic-rotation-anomaly-an-optical-illusion/ (March 7, 2018).

AETHER (4)

  1.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “The ‘Ponderable’ Aether,” Proceedings of the Third Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 19-22, 2017, Vancouver, BC, pp. 53-58; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ http://vixra.org/pdf/1606.0161.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/the-ponderable-aether/ (April 2, 2018).

2.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Rado’s Aether as a Rotating Spring,” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0417.pdf).

3.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Plausibility of Shaw’s ‘Aether Concept of Gravity,’” http://vixra.org/pdf/1709.0233.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/plausibility-of-shaws-aether-concept-of-gravity/ (April 17, 2018); Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 26-29, 2019, Seattle, WA, pp. 82-86.

4.  Gallucci, R.  2018.  “Does Gaede’s “Rope Hypothesis” of Light Align with a Standing-Wave Aether?” http://vixra.org/pdf/1801.0420.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/does-gaedes-rope-hypothesis-of-light-align-with-a-standing-wave-aether/ (April 23, 2018).

GRAVITY (5)

  1.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Tidal Asymmetry,” Proceedings of the Second Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, July 20-23, 2016, College Park, MD, pp. 74-88; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1606.0129.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/tidal-asymmetry-proceedings-of-the-second-annual-chappell-natural-philosophy-society-conference/ [April 25, 2018]).

2.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Gravity:  When Push Comes to Shove?” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608.0416.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/gravity-when-push-comes-to-shove/ [May 2, 2018]); Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 26-29, 2019, Seattle, WA, pp. 87-89.

3.  Gallucci, R.  2016.  “Newtonian vs. ‘LeSagian’ Gravitation in Our Solar System,” submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1608. 0415.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/newtonian-vs-lesagian-gravitation-in-our-solar-system/ [May 7, 2018]).

4.  Gallucci, R.  2018.  “LIGO – Gravity Waves or Disturbed Aether?” http://vixra.org/pdf/1802.0058.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/ligo-gravity-waves-or-disturbed-aether/ (May 9, 2018).

5.  Gallucci, R.  2019.  “The Allais Effect – Coincidence between Newtonian and LeSagian Gravity?” http://vixra.org/pdf/xxxx.xxx.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/xxx (July ww, 2019).

EARLY EARTH (3)

  1.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Plausibility of Earth Once Having a Thick Atmosphere – Examining the Rate of Impact Cratering,” accepted for publication in Physics Essays, Ontario, Canada; submitted to Galilean Electrodynamics, https://home.comcast.net/~adring/ (also http://vixra.org/pdf/1707.0346.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/plausibility-of-earth-once-having-a-thick-atmosphere-examining-the-rate-of-impact-craterin/ [May 21, 2018]); Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society Conference, June 26-29, 2019, Seattle, WA, pp. 73-81.

2.  Gallucci, R.  2017.  “Examination of Maxlow’s Model for Expansion Tectonics – An Astronomical Perspective,” http://vixra.org/pdf/1709.0234.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/examination-of-maxlows-model-for-expansion-tectonics-an-astronomical-perspective/ (May 14, 2018).

3.  Gallucci, R.  2018.  “Expansion Tectonics – Is It All Wet?” http://vixra.org/pdf/1804.0175.pdf; https://principia-scientific.org/expansion-tectonics-is-it-all-wet/ (May 29, 2018).