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Plasma Steam

Ralph Suddath
237 Strait Lane, Hickory Creek, TX 75065, United States; aquajewel@airmail.net, (940) 498-0120

Ralph Suddath
Abstract: (In Person)

Plasma steam energy was discovered by scientists in Nazi Germany in the late 1930s. The German scientists were working on a steam energy system for use in German submarine torpedo propulsion. At the end of World War II, the United States Government confiscated the German scientific documents and placed them in their archives. Over the past 50 years, most of this information has eluded many of the world's leading scientists.

Plasma Theory of Hubble Redshift of Galaxies

Dr. Thomas Smid
., United Kingdom; thomas789@gmail.com, www.physicsmyths.org.uk
Click here to read an online version of the paper or slide presentation
Keywords: Hubble redshift, galaxies, intergalactic plasma

Thomas Smid
Abstract: ()

It is suggested that the observed  ?global? redshift of galaxies is caused by the light waves being stretched in the random electric microfields in the intergalactic plasma. See my web page Plasma Theory of Hubble Redshift of Galaxies for more.

A Plasma Universe with Changing Zero Point Energy

Barry John Setterfield
barry4light2@yahoo.com, www.setterfield.org

Barry John Setterfield
Abstract: (Absentia) Read the full version now

Plasma physics has recently opened up new vistas in astronomy based on the interaction of electric and magnetic fields. Yet the magnitude of these electric and magnetic interactions is dependent upon the strength of the Zero Point Energy (ZPE) which controls the properties of the vacuum. The physical evidence indicates that the ZPE strength has increased with time. This has the effect of reducing voltages and current strengths and the speed of plasma interactions as time increased. Research indi... more

The Plasma Universe of Hannes Alfv

David Talbott
dtalbott@teleport.com, www.thunderbolts.info

David Talbott
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

In the 20th century no scientist added more to our knowledge of electromagnetism in space than Hannes Alfv?n (1908?1995). His insights changed the picture of the universe, revealing the profound effects of charged particle movement at all scales of observation. But recognition never came quickly, and never easily, and mainstream journals typically regarded Alfv?n as an outsider, often rejecting his submissions. In retrospect, Alfv?n's difficulties in gaining acceptance can only highlight the ine... more

Plasma-Injected Transmutation

Hal Fox
2823 East 3335 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84109, United States; eemf@earthlink.net, (801) 467-3338
Dr. Robert W. Bass
1670 W Fawn Street, Pahrump, NV 89048, United States; rbrtbass@pahrump.com, (775) 727-8717
Shang-Xian Jin
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Keywords: Plasma, Transmutation

Hal Fox Robert W. Bass Shang-Xian Jin
Abstract: (In Person)

Classical calculation showing that nuclear charge clusters can be produced at low energy anbd yet gain sufficient acceleration for their contained protons to penetrate the Coulomb barrier and transmute lattice nuclei.

Plasmoid Phenomena

Edward H. Lewis
208 E Clark Street, Champaign, IL 61820, United States; elewis@intenex.net, (217) 355-6910
Keywords: Plasmoid

Edward H. Lewis
Abstract: (In Person)


The Plasmoid Theory

Edward H. Lewis
208 E Clark Street, Champaign, IL 61820, United States; elewis@intenex.net, (217) 355-6910
Keywords: Plasmoid

Edward H. Lewis
Abstract: (In Person)


Beyond Plate Tectonics: 'Plate' Dynamics

Richard Moody Jr.
777 Treadlemire Road, Berne, NY 12023, United States; slmrea@aol.com, 518-872-0064
Keywords: plate tectonics

Richard Moody
Abstract: (In Person)

Plate tectonics has served a useful purpose for 40 years; now it is time to take a step away from a kinematic emphasis and focus on process. It is proposed here that the aging seafloor acquires gravitational potential energy as it leaves the ridge and goes from being positively buoyant for the first 30 million years or so to becoming negatively buoyant after that.

Where this model differs from conventional wisdom, it is predicted here that Uniformitarianism (Plate Tectonics) occupies 90-99%... more


Plate Tectonics is Expansion Tectonics

Prof. Karl W. Luckert
9285 SW Washington St., Portland, OR 97225-6838, United States; kwluckert@msn.com, www.triplehood.com

Karl W. Luckert
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A number of conclusions at which popular Plate Tectonics has arrived shall be accepted at the outset as being basic. The crust of our planet appears divided into several fragments or ?plates.? With the continuous addition of rising magma, the plates are growing along the fissures and rifts that contour them. Cooled by ocean water, the rising magma cushions harden and thereby add new stripes of crust.

At this point of theoretical visualization the various tectonic theories divide to co... more

Is Plate Tectonics Standing the Test of Time

Oakley Shields
6506 Jerseydale Road, Mariposa, CA 95338, United States
Keywords: expanding earth

Oakley Shields
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

Since the theory of plate tectonics was firs proposed thirty years ago, some problems have arisen in this practical application. These call in t question its fundeamental assumptions of horizontal plate motion, hotspot fixity, true polar wander, Panthalassa, and the Earth's constant size while leaving the seafloor spreading and subduction intact. A rapidly expanding earth solves these problems and provides an alternative viewpoint worth reconsidering.

Plate Tectonics Subducted

Dong R. Choi
6 Mann Place, Higgins ACT 2615, Australia; editor@ncgt.org
Keywords: subduction

Dong R. Choi
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

Following the devastating tsunami on Boxing Day 2004, there was a lot of talk about how the subduction of the Indian plate beneath Indonesia was the root cause of the earthquake that triggered the disaster. However, a significant number of earth scientists dispute the existence of subduction and question the classical plate-tectonic model of which it forms part (see Meyerhoff et al., 1996; Pratt, 2000, 2001; Smoot, 2001; Smoot et al., 2001a,b; Storetvedt, 1997).

Platonic Geometries and Nuclear Shells

Christopher R. Illert
University of Western Sydney, 2/3 Birch Crescent, East Corrimal, NSW 2518, Australia, www.tphta.ws/TPH_CIAT.HTM
Keywords: Platonic Geometries, Nuclear Shells

Christopher R. Illert
Abstract: (In Person)


The Plight of American Radiation Victims

Dr. Unte Cheh


Unte Cheh
Abstract: ()

As pointed out by Dr. Ernest J. Sternglass, Director of Radiology at the University of Pittsburgh Medical School, radiation exposure can cause diarrhea, rectal bleeding, reduced immune system, loss of teeth, nausea, vomiting, cataracts, diabetes and depression. Yet workers in nuclear science have been exposed to dangerous amounts of radiation without adequate records being kept of their accumulated exposure. Damage to the bodies of nuclear scientists has resulted in loss of health and early reti... more

Pocklington Equation Method Versus Curved Segments Technique for the Numerical Study of Circular Antennas

J. Sosa-Pedroza (Author)
V. Barrera-Figueroa (Author)
Dr. Jose Luis Lopez-Bonilla
Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Edif. Z-4, 3er, Piso, Col. Lindavista, CP 07738, Mexico; jlopezb@ipn.mx
Keywords: Curved segments, vector potential, Pocklington equation, method of moments.

Jose Luis Lopez-Bonilla
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

We present a mathematical model applying the general Pocklington equation to arbitrary shaped thin wire antennas. In order to simplify the antenna analysis this approach uses the point matching technique and a simplified kernel form. By means of this technique it is possible to increase the Method of Moments solution convergence and reduce computational time and effort. To exemplity this the procedure is applied to the well-known circular loop antenna. The obtained results are compared with... more


Podkletnov: A Twentieth Century Galileo?

Dr. Ing. J?rgen Schulz
Seestrasse 96, A-9544 Feld am See, Karnten, Austria; dr.ing.j.schulz@net4you.co.at, +43 4246-2113

J?rgen Schulz
Abstract: (In Person)


Poincar?'s Ether: B. What characterizes Poincar?'s ether?

Dr. Galina Granek
Department of Philosophy, Haifa University Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel; granek@research.haifa.ac.il
Keywords: principle of relativity, uniform rotations, absolute motions, absolute space

Galina Granek
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

In this paper I discuss Poincar?'s solution to the following problem: the principle of relativity is not valid for rotations and we thus can claim for absolute rotation. The principle of relativity was experimentally not valid for uniform rotations, and therefore it lost of its complete validity. Logical conventionalism (the philosophical principle of relativity) also lost of its complete validity. Therefore, since the principle of relativity was not a priori completely valid, we co... more


Poincar?'s Ether: C. Conventionalism Revisited

Dr. Galina Granek
Department of Philosophy, Haifa University Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel; granek@research.haifa.ac.il
Keywords: Poincar?'s imaginary cloudy planet, absolute motion, relative motions

Galina Granek
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

In his 1900 lecture ?On the Principles of Mechanics,? Poincar? imagined the following fable (1900b, p. 480; 1902, p.131): imagine beings living on an imaginary cloudy planet. They can never see the stars and therefore may think that their planet is the only object in the universe. How can they find out whether their planet rotates or stands still? Poincar? answers that for these beings the two conventions; ?the earth turns round? (Copernican) and ?the earth does not turn round? (Ptolemaic)... more


Poincar?'s Ether: A. Why did Poincar? Retain the Ether?

Dr. Galina Granek
Department of Philosophy, Haifa University Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905, Israel; granek@research.haifa.ac.il
Keywords: stellar aberration, action-at-a-distance, absolute rotation, absolute space

Galina Granek
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

This paper is divided into three parts, in which I suggest five answers to the question: Why did Poincar? retain the ether? These answers are based on Poincar?'s own reasoning: the ether was required for the explanation of stellar aberration, to remove action-at-a-distance, to remove absolute rotation and absolute space from physics, to save broken theories and to save Poincar?'s conventionalism. Poincar?'s first reason can be seen as related to rectilinear and uniform motions. In 1905 Eins... more


Poincar?-Lorentz vs. Einstein-Minkowski re Time

Dr. Janusz Dyonizy Laski
Sanocka 11/65, Krakow, Malopolska 30-620, Poland; januszdlaski@gmail.com, +48 (12) 3533-697, januszlaski.com

Janusz Dyonizy Laski
Abstract: (In Person)

The Poincar?-Lorentz approach to relativity differs from the Einstein-Minkowski approach because it includes an aether, and so admits an observer velocity relative to that aether. With that additional parameter, Poincar?-Lorentz theory can produce both time dilation and time contraction.


Poincare, Einstein and the Aether ? 100 Years Later

Pharis E. Williams
willres@sdc.org, www.physicsandbeyond.com/
Keywords: relativity, ether, force driven motion, geodesics, entropy

Pharis E. Williams
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

Relativity started with Galileo and his motion relative to the stars. Inertia came into the picture with Newton 's laws of motion, as did the notion of motion in the absence of forces. James Clark Maxwell gave the scientific community a lot to think and write about when he fashioned and published his electromagnetic equations in 1873. A community that was, by this time, used to explaining physical phenomena in mechanistic descriptions found it difficult to come to grips with the field type equat... more

Beyond the Point Particle: A Wave Structure for the Electron

Dr. Milo M. Wolff
1125 Third Street, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266-6838, United States; milo.wolff@quantummatter.com, (310) 379-7855, www.quantummatter.com
Keywords: Electron, Physical Laws, Cosmology, Particles, Space, Quantum, Mechanics

Milo M. Wolff
Abstract: (In Person)

The dual particle/wave nature of the electron has long been a paradox in physics.  I propose that the structure of the electron consists entirely of a configuration of waves whose behavior creates their particle-like appearance.  The correctness of this structure is supported by the physical laws which originate from this wave structure, including quantum theory, special relativity, electric force, gravity, and magnetism.  This type of structure is termed a Space Resonance.

The Poisson Equation, the Cosmological Constant and Dark Energy

Jeff Baugher


Jeff Baugher
Abstract: (In Person) Read the full version now

The Cosmological Constant Λ within the modified form of the Einstein Field Equation (EFE) is now thought to best represent a ?dark energy? responsible for a repulsive gravitational effect, although there is no accepted argument for its magnitude or even physical presence. In this work we compare the origin of the Λ argument with the concept of unimodular gravity. A metaphysical interpretation of the Poisson equation during introduction of Λ could account for the confusion.

The Polar Curves of a Polygon

Prof. Ali Reza Amir-Moez
Dept. of Mathematics, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409, United States
Keywords: Mathematics

Ali Reza Amir-Moez
Abstract: (In Person)


Polarizable-Vacuum (PV) Approach to General Relativity

Dr. Harold E. Puthoff
2007 Bert Avenue, Austin, TX 78704-7527, United States; puthoff@earthtech.org, (512) 346-9947, www.earthtech.org/iasa/index.html
Keywords: Polarizable-Vacuum (PV), General Relativity

Harold E. Puthoff
Abstract: (In Person)

An International Journal Devoted to the Conceptual Bases and Fundamental Theories of Modern Physics. Foundations of Physics merged with Foundations of Physics Letters on March 1, 1970. Online ISSN: 1572-9516

Politics of Clean Energy

Andrew Michrowski
Planetary Association for Clean Energy, 100 Bronson Avenue #101, Ottawa, ON KIR 6G8, Canada; pacenet@canada.com, (613) 236-6265, pacenet.homestead.com
Keywords: Politics, Clean Energy

Andrew Michrowski
Abstract: (In Person)

 
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