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Detection of a Force between a Charged Metal Foil and a Current-Carrying Conductor

Dr. Ralph Sansbury


Ralph Sansbury
Abstract: (In Person)

Review of Scientific Instruments, Volume 56, Issue 3, March 1985, pp. 415-417

Detection of Gravity Waves

Todd Grigsby
Fourier Spectrum, PO Box 11189, Portland, OR 97211, United States; toddgrigsbybox@comcast.net, 503-975-2242

Todd Grigsby
Abstract: (In Person)

A natural phenomenon provides definitive proof gravity is an electromagnetic wave. The unique properties of the sands in this area enable heterodyning of gravitational waves on date and time relationships from the orbits of nearby heavenly bodies. When one is able to discern the difference between the occurrence of sand ripples formed from simple water flow motions, from the sand ripples formed by heterodyned gravitational waves, enlightenment takes place. Any emission, from a heavenly body, is ... more

Detection of the Relativistic Corrections to the Gravitational Potential using a Sagnac Interferometer

Prof. Ioannis Iraklis Haranas
York University Department of Physics and Astronomy, 314 A Petrie Science Building, Toronto, ONT, Canada; ioannis@yorku.ca, 416-932-3155
Michael Harney
Signal Display Systems, Inc., 841 North 700 West, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062, United States; michael.harney@signaldisplay.com
Keywords: General Relativity, Gravitational Potential, Relativistic Corrections, Sagnac Interferometer

Ioannis Iraklis Haranas Michael Harney
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General Relativity predicts the existence of relativistic corrections to the static Newtonian potential which can be calculated and verified experimentally. The idea leading to quantum corrections at large distances is that of the interactions of massless particles which only involve their coupling energies at low energies. In this short paper we attempt to propose the Sagnac intrerferometric technique as a way of detecting the relativistic correction suggested for the Newtonian potential, and t... more

Detection of Stationary and Dynamic Space Substratum

Paramahamsa Tewari
Nuclear Power Corporation, Karwar, India; ptewari1@sancharnet.in, www.tewari.org
Keywords: Space Substratum, Space Energy

Paramahamsa Tewari
Abstract: (In Person)


A Determination and Analysis of Appropriate Values of the Speed of Light to Test the Setterfield Hypothesis

Alan Montgomery
16 Robillard Street, Arnipriov, ON K75 0C2, Canada; alan.montgo.is@gmail.com
Keywords: Velocity of light, Regression Model, Sensitivity, Young earth model

Alan Montgomery
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The velocity of light data from four different sources are tabulated and edited to provide data sensitive enough to distinguish between a decrease in c of the size claim by Setterfield and Norman and constancy. The analysis of these values yields a time dependent weighted regression model with significant fit and statistically significant trend. Data analyzed by time subintervals, distribution, accuracy and precision yielded results in support of the regression model. Attempts to determine an ex... more

Determinations of Electrodynamic Measure: Concerning a Universal Law of Electrical Action

Prof. Wilhem Eduard Weber
Wittenberg, Saxony, Germany

Wilhem Eduard Weber
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[Treatise at the founding of the Royal Scientific Society of Saxony on the day of the 200th anniversary celebration of Leibniz's birthday, published by the Prince Jablonowski Society, Leipzig 1846, pp. 211-378.] [Translated by Susan P. Johnson and edited by Laurence Hecht and A. K. T. Assis (homepage: http://www.ifi.unicamp.br/~assis/) from Wilhelm Weber, ?Electrodynamische Maassbestimmungen: Ueber ein allgemeines Grundgesetz der elektrischen Wirkung,? Werke, Vol. III: Galvanismus und Elec... more

Determining Age, Expansion, and Dark Matter for Our Universe

Morton F. Spears
Duxbury, MA, United States

Morton F. Spears
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This report demonstrates that a changed model of the universe results when the assumption is made that permittivity reduces with time in an expanding universe. Age, expansion, and dark matter are all affected.

Determining the Titus Series Scale Factor, and Predicting Stable Orbits

Daniel J. Klaphaak
669 Seminole Drive, Meadville, PA 16335, United States
Keywords: stable orbital radii; planets, satellites

Daniel J. Klaphaak
Abstract: (In Person)

A method for predicting the stable orbital radii of planets orbiting stars or of satellites orbiting planets is presented. This method is based on a rationalized form of the Titius series, Xn - R = ABn in which the previously unpredictable scale factor, A, can be obtained using only the mass, radius, and equatorial velocity of the primary body in a given system. A is determined by substituting these three quantities in a relationship developed by ... more

Deterministic Chaos, Fractals and Quantumlike Mechanics in Atmospheric Flows

A. Mary Selvam
Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune 411 008, India; selvam@ip.eth.net, www.geocities.com/amselvam

A. Mary Selvam
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Can. J. Phys., V68, pp. 831-841 (1990).

The complex spaciotemporal patterns of atmospheric flows that result from the cooperative existence of fluctuations ranging in size from millimetres to thousands of kilometres are found to exhibit long-range spacial and temporal correlations. These correlations are manifested as the self-similar fractal geometry of the global cloud cover pattern and the inverse power-law form for the atmospheric eddy energy spectrum. Such long-range s... more


The Most Devastating Scientific Errors Introduced in the First Three Decades of our 20th Century

Dr. Ing. Martin M?ller
Elsterweg 31, D-72793 Pfullingen, Germany; mm.pfullingen@t-online.de, +49 (7121) 799578

Martin M?ller
Abstract: (In Person)


Developing Low-Cost Vehicle Location And Web Mapping Using Nextel GPS Cell Phones And Google? Maps

Dr. Uma Y. Shama
Bridgewater, CT, United States; ushama@bridgew.edu
Messers Lawrence Harman (Author)
Ethan Heilman (Author)

Uma Y. Shama
Abstract: (In Person)

Research and demonstration projects sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation explored low cost and higher reliability alternatives to Global Positioning System (GPS) based Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) systems. As a result, the GeoGraphics Laboratory has developed and tested AVL software for low-cost mobile phones and web mapping which allows for the collection, transmission, storage and mass consumption of location data (web-based mapping). This has lead to research in the followin... more

The Development of the Aether Elements of Light and Matter

Arnold G. Gulko
1835 Arcola Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20902, United States; aggulko@verizon.net, (301) 649-3795, members.aol.com/Aggulko
Keywords: Aether, Light, Matter

Arnold G. Gulko
Abstract: (In Person)


The Development of the New Gaussian Equation for the Force Between Moving Charges

Dr. Domina Eberle Spencer

Keywords: New Gaussian Electrodynamics, Force, Moving Charge

Domina Eberle Spencer
Abstract: (In Person)


The Development of the New Gaussian Equation for the Force Between Moving Charges

Dr. Domina Eberle Spencer

Keywords: New Gaussian Equation, Force Between Moving Charges

Domina Eberle Spencer
Abstract: (In Person)


Development of a Particle Beam Weapons Based on Nikola Tesla's Design of 1937

Toby Grotz

Keywords: Particle Beam Weapon, Tesla

Toby Grotz
Abstract: (In Person)


The Development of Post-Relativistic Concepts in Physics and Advanced Technology Abroad

Dr. Rolf Schaffranke
Young Harris, GA, United States
Keywords: Relativity, Technology, Antigravity

Rolf Schaffranke
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The Development of Post-Relativistic Concepts in Physics and Advanced Technology Abroad

Dr. Rolf Schaffranke
Young Harris, GA, United States
Keywords: Relativity

Rolf Schaffranke
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The Development of the Universal Time Postulate on the Velocity of Light

Dr. Domina Eberle Spencer

Dr. Uma Y. Shama
Bridgewater, CT, United States; ushama@bridgew.edu
Keywords: Universal Time Postulate, Speed of Light, Time

Domina Eberle Spencer Uma Y. Shama
Abstract: (In Person)


On the Development of Our View into the Essence and Nature of Radiation (English Translation)

Albert Einstein (Author)
Dr. Walter Rella
Kueb 12, Payerbach 2671, Austria; walter@rella.at

Walter Rella
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From "The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein", Volume 2, "The Swiss Years: Writings, 1900 - 1909". The lecture of 1909.

Among other statements, Einstein suggested the abandonment of Maxwell's electrodynamics with the following:

"Today, however, we must consider the hypothesis of ether as an obsolete standpoint. It cannot even be denied that there is a large class of facts concerning radiation which show that light is endowed with ... more


Developments on the Postulate on the Velocity of Light in the Twentieth Century

Dr. Domina Eberle Spencer

Dr. Uma Y. Shama
Bridgewater, CT, United States; ushama@bridgew.edu
Keywords: Galileo, velocity of light, Einstein, Ritz, Moon & Spencer

Domina Eberle Spencer Uma Y. Shama
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Galileo was the first person to attempt to measure the velocity of light. Einstein was remarkable in 1905 in recognizing that a postulate on the velocity of light was necessary. But only two years later in 1907 he found it necessary to revise his original postulate. The very next year in 1908 Ritz proposed a radically different postulate. It was nearly half a century later that the universal time postulate was first proposed by Moon and Spencer in 1956. It was not until 1990 that the general for... more

A Device to Measure the One-Way Velocity of Light

Dale Means
2804 Nixon Road, San Benito, TX, United States

Dale Means
Abstract: (In Person)


A Device to Measure the One-Way Velocity of Light

Dale Means
2804 Nixon Road, San Benito, TX, United States

Dale Means
Abstract: (In Person)

While the constancy of the velocity of light over a two-way path has been firmly established, the available empirical evidence indicates that the transit time for the two paths may not be equal. the proposed device will permit us to measure actual one-way velocities, perform independent tests of the experiments cited; and, since it is portable, the device can be used to test our measuring processes in two or more significantly different environments.

DI Her 1980: The problem that started a wave to unseat Einstein

Prof. Joe Alexander Nahhas
Tampa, FL, United States; joenahhas1958@yahoo.com, 901-214-4468, www.worldsci.org
Keywords: DI Herculis; relativity

Joe Alexander Nahhas
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Abstract: This is the solution to the original binary stars system DI Her proposed by University of Moscow professors as a puzzle to be solved in 1980. This binary stars system is a century studied detached binary stars system that made Einstein's and others relativity theories useless and started a wave to unseat make beleive physics of relativity. 


A Dialogue on Position

Richard Oldani
oldanirl@gmail.com
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Keywords: position

Richard Oldani
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A student who wants to "understand" quantum mechanics asks a physics professor how to determine the four-coordinate position of a particle. It soon becomes evident that Heisenberg's microscope experiment is totally inadequate as a model since the observer does not actually participate in the measurement process, and a procedure for measuring the time coordinate microscopically has never been defined. In fact, in a strict sense, quantum mechanics does not have a logically coherent method for d... more

Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism

Dr. Ralph Sansbury


Ralph Sansbury
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It is helpful first to explain magnetic moments of electrons and atoms in terms of electrostatic dipoles. The forces producing the velocities of electrons in orbit also produce radial charge polarization in the electrons; the proximity of the nucleus r meters away, inhibits the magnitude of the dipole in the orbiting electron. This is analagous to the inhibition of transverse dipoles as in the nuclei and free electrons of parallel current carrying wires. That is, there is a transverse forc... more
 
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