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  Recently Published Articles

Vol. 20 No. 4 December 2007
  • Complexity Theory Gives Hints for Final Answers to Fundamental Physical Questions, e.g., to the Question Why There Are Symmetries
  • Oscillating Temperature Pump for Water
  • Static Pendulum with Contactless 2d Sensor Measurements Open the Question of Gravity Dynamic and Gravity Noise on the Earth Surface
  • Einstein's Principle of Relativity and Doppler Shift
  • The Mechanics of Discontinuous Quantum Motion
  • Increasing Exclusion: The Pauli Exclusion Principle and Energy Conservation for Bound Fermions Are Mutually Exclusive
  • How to Distinguish Acceleration from Gravity?
  • Relativistic Spin Derivation from Classical Electrodynamics
  • Has the Second Law of Thermodynamics Really Been Violated?
  • Cosmology-101 Revisited
  • Einstein’s Enigmatic Equation
  • On Computational Strategies within Molecular Dynamics Simulation
  • Addendum: Questions Related to Hong’s Idealized Experiments of a Free-Falling Cabin: Can Einstein’s Equivalence Principle Really Stand? [Phys. Essays Vol. 18 No. 2]

Vol. 20 No. 3 September 2007
  • Cosmological Photons: Radiating Their Own Energies in a Non-Expanding Universe
  • A Solution to Cosmological Constant, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy Problem
  • New Approach to Unifying Fields
  • Electromagnetic Field Paradox
  • The Isoregulator Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
  • Dynamics of an Isotropic Non-Linear Elastic Continuum
  • Physical Solutions of the Nature of the Atom, Photon, and their Interactions to Form Excited and Predicted Hidrino States
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modelling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part VII
  • Concerning the Use of Dynamical Field Geometries to Describe Material Structure and Interaction. A Theory of Everything
  • The Illusory Currents of Classical Electromagnetism
  • Follow Up on the Theory of Ether
  • On the Relationship of Entropy and Information"
  • Einstein's Equivalence Principle, the Principle of Causality, and Plane-Wave Solutions
  • Geometric Model of Nuclear Structure
  • Erratum and Addendum to: A Metric Derived from the Properties of the Lorentz Transformation

Vol. 20 No. 2 June 2007
  • Fluidity
  • Space/Anti-Space Universe - A Geometrical Interpretation of the Standard Model in a Higher-Dimensional Universe
  • Four-Dimensional Physics, Nonlocal Coherence, and Paranormal Phenomena
  • Wave Propagation and Particle Motion through Discretely Structured Vacuum
  • A "Hubble Expansion" Explanation for the Anomalous Acceleration of the Pioneer Spacecraft
  • Remodeled Relativity Theory
  • Systematics of the Energy Density of Vacuum Fluctuations and Geometrodynamical Excitones
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part VI
  • Do Maxwell's Equations Need Revision? - A Methodological Note
  • A Physical Basis of Schrödinger's Equation
  • Rotating Frames and Locality; Lorentz Contraction and Ehrenfest's Paradox
  • On Synchronized Clocks at the Ends of a Moving Rod
  • The Mansouri-Sexl Framework for the High Speed Ives-Stilwell Experiment
  • New Space-Time Metric, Four Tests of Gravitation Theory, and Newton's Law of Gravitation
  • On the Geocentric Nature of Hubble Law
  • Renormalization of Vacuum Energy

Vol. 20 No. 1 March 2007
  • Boltzmann Kinetic Equation and Equiprobability Postulate
  • Relativistic Effects of the Theory of Reference Frames
  • Marking Time
  • Nuanced Relativity: The General Equation
  • On the Ether-Drift, Magnetic Strength and Dark Matter Nature
  • Extinction Shift Principle: A Pure Classical Alternative to General and Special Relativity
  • The Significance of the Rest Frame of the Photon for the Epistemology of Quantum Mechanics
  • A New Theory of Gravity: Overcoming Problems with General Relativity
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part V
  • Derivation of Intranucleon Charges Using a Modified Coulomb Force and Newtonian Gravitation
  • Wave-Particle Duality: The La Brea Tar Pit of Quantum Theory
  • Evapero-Osmotic Circulation
  • Lorentz-Contracted Space as an Origin of Gravitational and Quantum Mechanical Effects
  • The Role of Hubble Time in the Quantum-Classical Transition
  • Erratum: Inertial Force against the Newtonian Background

Vol. 19 No. 4 December 2006
  • Editorial - New Associate Editor for Physics Essays
  • Gravitation in a Deformed 3-Space Coordinate Geometry
  • Vector Theory of Non-Complex Quantum Mechanics, Part 2: Uncertainty Principle
  • Pulse Reflection on P and T Mirrors
  • Reaction Forces of Fluid Flows on Solid Boundaries
  • Analysis of Feynman's Temporal Directions and the Emission of Light by Gases: Reconsideration of the Problem of Non-Locality
  • Theoretical Evidence of a Superluminal Carrier
  • Mass, and Mass-Energy Equivalence from Classical-Mechanics Solution
  • Electromagnetic Radiation: Photons, Waves and Dark Matter
  • Beyond Special Relativity
  • Work in Mechanical Systems
  • Energy Transformation and Flow: A Theory of Evolution
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part IV
  • Search for Symmetry in Maxwell Electrodynamics
  • Mathematical and Physical Examination of the Locality Condition in Bell's Theorem
  • The Direction of Time Is Certainly Fixed
  • The Principle of Measurement and the Basis of Big Bang Cosmology
  • Becoming Classical: A Possible Cosmological Influence on the Quantum-Classical Transition
  • On the Special Theory of Relativity /STR/, the Mechanics of a Radiating Charged Point Particle /Electron/ and the Lamb Shift in the Hydrogen Atom
  • Time Moves Backwards (Relative to Near-Earth Telescopes) for Receding Galaxies

Vol. 19 No. 3 September 2006
  • Electrodynamics and the Mass-Energy Equivalence Principle
  • Inertia Role on Electron Pair Production
  • A Generalized Higgs Model
  • On Hamiltonian of the System of Charges Moving in a Magnetic Field
  • Locality of Superposition Principle Is Dictated by Detection Processes
  • Single Postulate Special Theory of Relativity and Generalization of Clock Synchronization Principle
  • Michelson's Aether Drift Experiments from the Viewpoint of Voigt Kinematics
  • Inflaton Spacetime: A Discrete Quantum Spacetime Model Underlying the Standard Models of Particle Physics and Cosmology
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modeling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part III
  • Comment on Mixed-Number Lorentz Transformation
  • Quantum Interpretations
  • Causal Loops and Collapse in the Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
  • The Self-Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity Part (VI). Einstein's Argument in Special Relativity Concerning 'time Travel' Is Substantially Correct After All; and Smoothed Polygons
  • Reducing Maxwell's Equations to Gauss' Law
  • On the Similarity of Information Energy to Dark Energy
  • Addendum To: A Metric Derived From Properties of the Lorentz Transformation
  • Addendum: Questions Related To Hong's Idealized Experiments Of A Free-Falling Cabin: Can Einstein's Equivalence Principle Really Stand? [Phys. Essays Vol. 18 No. 2]
  • Erratum: Torques on Solid Boundaries Caused by Inviscid Laminar Flows
Vol. 19 No. 2 June 2006
  • The Special Relativity and the Exchange Phenomena
  • Mental Control of a Single Electron?
  • The Auxiliary Components of Thermodynamic Theory and Their Non-Empirical Nature
  • Consciousness and the Coherence of Natural Law
  • Maxwell's Equations and QED: Which Is Fact and Which Is Fiction
  • The Metric of Quantum States Revisited
  • Deflating Quantum Mysteries Via the Relational Blockworld
  • Similar Evolution of Physics and Painting
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modelling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part II
  • Comment on "Einstein's 'Simple Derivation of the Lorentz Transformation'
  • Justification for High Speed Reenactments of the Ives-Stilwell Experiment
  • Entanglement Untangled
Vol. 19 No. 1 March 2006
  • A Very Doable Experiment for NASA to Look Inside the Twin Paradox
  • Time and Time Image: Twin Paradox Illusion
  • Quantum Non-Locality Explained by Theory of Relativity
  • Does the Wavefunction of the Universe Exist?
  • A Changing Electric Field Generates a Changing Magnetic Field which in Turn Will Generate a Changing Electric Field: are the Electric and Magnetic Field Components out of Phase?
  • CP Violation Via a Noncommutative SU(2)-Bundle Internal Structure
  • The United Families of Massive Neutrinos of the Different Nature
  • The Three-Body Model of Atomic Radiation
  • Process Started after and Finished before Identical Event for Identical Observer as the Consequence of Special Relativity
  • Physical Laws Must Be Invariant over Quantum Systems
  • Gravity Forcing on Surface Waves
  • Does Cosmological Scale Expansion Explain the Universe?
  • The First Precise Derivation of the Magnetic Moment of an Electron beyond Quantum Electrodynamics
  • Persistence of Information in the Quantum Measurement Problem
  • Electro-Gravi-Magnetics (EGM) - Practical Modelling Methods of the Polarizable Vacuum - Part I
Volume 18 Number 4 December 2005
  • A Metric Derived from Properties of the Lorentz Transformation
  • Non-Simultaneity
  • Gauge Bosons Gain Mass by Quantization of Gauge Field
  • The Universe Has No Beginning? Doubts about the Big Bang Theory
  • Re-Establishing Relativistic Dynamics Theory as a Logical System on the Basis of Newton's Second Law and Relativity Principles
  • Calculation of So-Called Special Relativistic Phenomena on the Basis of the Minimum Energy Principle Maintaining Classical Conceptions of Relativity
  • Semiclassical Motion from Quantum Mechanical Operator
  • Is a Plasma Diamagnetic?
  • Inertia Role on the Electron-Positron Pair Annihilation
  • On Vacuum Dispersion and Light Velocity
  • Superluminal Effect for Quantum Computation Which Utilizes Tunneling Photons
  • The Persistent Problem of Special Relativity
  • A Derivation of the 'Bohr Hypothesis' of the Bohr Hydrogen Atom Analysis
  • On Actual Value of Electrostatic Field Energy Density
  • Photon Round Trip Times and the Equivalence Principle
  • Misunderstandings Related to Einstein's Principle of Equivalence and Einstein's Theoretical Errors on Measurements
  • Einstein's Principle of Relativity and Stellar Aberration
  • On the Structure of the Spacetime
Volume 18 Number 3 September 2005
  • EM Self-Field Theory: Electron and an 'Infinite Mass' Proton in Hydrogen Atom
  • Discrete Momentum Mechanics and Faster Than Light Transition
  • The Disturbance of Gravitational Field and the Secular Acceleration of the Moon
  • Effect of Strong Field on the Magnitude of the Bohr Magneton
  • "Confined B-Field" Homopolar Dynamotor
  • Exact Classical Quantum Mechanical Solutions for One-Through Twenty-Electron Atoms
  • Absolute Spacetime Is Inherent to Dynamics
  • Complementarity Between Macro And Micro Worlds
  • Wave Vector Dependent Fundamental Action
  • Analytic Description of Cosmic Phenomena Using the Heaviside Field
  • A Re-Examination of Time and Special Relativity Assuming a Constant Speed for Quantum Subcomponents
  • A Field Based Model of the Photon: Lorentz Covariant Quantization
  • Erratum: Calculation of So-Called General Relativistic Phenomena by Advancing Newton's Theory of Gravitation Maintaining Classical Conceptions of Space and Relativity
Volume 18 No. 2 June 2005
  • On the Physical Meaning of the Special Theory of Relativity
  • Questions Related to Hong's Idealized Experiments of a Free-Falling Cabin: Can Einstein's Equivalence Principle Really Stand?
  • The Pioneer Maser Signal Anomaly: Possible Confirmation of Spontaneous Photon Blueshifting
  • Inertial Force Against the Newtonian Background
  • Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and DNA Dynamics
  • Newton's Third Law for Rotary Motion Derived
  • Dispersive Extinction Theory of Red Shift
  • Remarks on the Equivalence of Inertial and Gravitational Masses and on the Accuracy of Einstein's Theory of Gravity
  • The Nodal Structure of Standing Spherical Waves and the Periodic Law: What Is in Common between Them?
  • Complements of Theory of Ether
  • A Statistical Approach to the Concept of Mass
  • Diachronic Representation of Spacetime Applied to Problems in Special Relativity and in Quantum Optics
Volume 18 No. 1 March 2005
  • The Luminifereous Ether Detected
  • Theory of Ether with Gravitation (T.E.G.)
  • A Possible Answer to the Right-Left Asymmetry of Beta-Decay
  • New Concepts in Gravitation
  • Errors in "Einstein's 1905 Derivation of His Transformation of Coordinates and Times"
  • An Experimental Gravimetric Result for the Revival of Corpuscular Theory
  • Spectral Analysis Resolution and Study of the Uncertainty Relationship
  • Randomness and Particle Size
  • Relativistic Quantum Mechanics Based Upon the Equation of Motion md2r/dt2=(1-(v/c)2)
  • Torques on Solid Boundaries Caused by Inviscid Laminar Flows
  • The Principle of General Relativity, the Restriction to Covariance and Stanford's Experiment Gravity Probe-B
Vol. 17 No. 4 December 2004
  • Orbital Period of Binary Systems in the Field-Boost Approach
  • The Nature of the Electron
  • Are There "Neutrino Flavors"?: Dialogue on the Principle of Mass-Energy Equivalence
  • Energetics of Nucleation
  • Beauty Baryons and Neutrinos as Dark Matter
  • Wholeness as a Conceptual Foundation of Physical Theories
  • The Hafele and Keating Paradox
  • An Idea to Transport High Angular Momenta with Ultralow-Frequency Photons
  • Gravity and Electric Charge
  • On the Concepts of Frame of Reference and Connection in Space-Time Bundles of Classical Mechanics
  • A Hamiltonian for Describing Rest-Mass Zero Particles in Free Space
Vol. 17 No. 3 September 2004
  • Applications of Theory of Ether
  • Navigation of Spacetime Ships in Unified Gravitational and Electromagnetic Waves
  • Temperature Transformation in Special Relativity Derived from Form Invariance of the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics
  • The Golden Dynamical Equation of Motion for Particles of Nonzero Rest Masses in Gravitational Field
  • On the Directional Dependence of the Field of a Charge Moving in Three Spatial Dimensions
  • A Probabilistic Formulation of the Special Theory of Relativity
  • The Invalidation of a Sacred Principle of Modern Physics
  • The Nature of the Chemical Bond Revisited and an Alternative Maxwellian Approach
  • Curvature of the Universe
  • Uniqueness of Lorentz Covariant World Space Representations
  • A Calculation of the Vertex Correction Term of a Vector Boson Without Renormalization
  • Counterparts and Their Consequences
Vol. 17 No. 2 June 2004
  • Model of Fundamental Particles. Part 2 - Leptons
  • Laboratory Physics and Cosmology
  • Einstein's Relativity Theory on Dock
  • New Model of the Universe
  • Theoretical Evidence of a Light Carrier
  • The Two Velocities of Classical Waves
  • Different Geometries for Special Relativity
  • Physical Nature of the Bohmian Quantum Potential
  • The Origin of Generalized Mass-Energy Equation E = Ac2 M; and its Applications in General Physics and Cosmology
  • The Fundamental Concepts of Classical Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics
  • Some Correlations Between Light Nuclear Phenomena and an Extended Nuclear Cluster Model
  • Erratum: The Relativity Theories and the Speed of Light
Vol. 17 No. 1 March 2004
  • Model of Fundamental Particles. Part 1 - Quarks
  • Vector Theory of Non-Complex Quantum Mechanics
  • Alternative Interpretation to Nature by Space Invariant
  • Applying the Uncertainty Principle to Single Particle Interactions
  • Photon Structure and Hubble's Red Shift
  • Quantum-Coherence Within Atoms and the Universe
  • Einstein's "Simple Derivation of the Lorentz Transformation"
  • Internal Measurement: Some Aspects of Quantum Theory in Biology
  • Force and Torque on a Wall from Reflected Surface Gravity Waves
  • The System of Nature
Vol. 16 No. 4 December 2003
  • About the Exact Role of Disturbance in Heisenberg's Uncertainty Relation
  • A Potential Source of Dark Matter
  • Classical Quantum Mechanics
  • Light, a Flux of Electric Dipole Photons
  • Reverse-Engineering the Vacuum: the Proton, Neutron and po
  • Mixed Number Lorentz Transformation
  • Quantum Mechanics and Contrafactuality
Vol. 16 No. 3 September 2003
  • Another View on Electric Charge, Spin and Radiation of Free Electrons in External Electromagnetic Field
  • Active Space as a Source of Inertia
  • Hidden Dynamics in Relativistic Kinematics
  • Timeline Relativity: An Alternative Geometry for Special and General Relativity
  • The Electrodynamics Forms That Are Concurrent to the Dirac Electron Theory
  • Calculation of So-Called General Relativistic Phenomena by Advancing Newton's Theory of Gravitation Maintaining Classical Conceptions of Space And Relativity
  • Ritz Is Wrong
  • The Basic Principles of Classical Electrodynamics
  • Velocity Correlation Derived from the Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
  • Schrödinger's Cat and the Will Increment
  • Book Review: Selected Topics in Scientific Physics
Vol. 16 No. 2 June 2003
  • Quantum References: The Determination of a Zero Point in Quantum Systems
  • Absorption and Emission of Radiation by an Atomic Oscillator
  • The Self-Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity, Part V(B)
  • A Physical Model of the Electron According to the Basic Structures of Matter Hypothesis
  • Event-Independence, Collective-Independence, EPR-Bohm Experiment and Incompleteness of Quantum Mechanics
  • A Purely Electromagnetic and Spatially Extended Elementary Particle
  • Spacedynamics: The Origin of the Inertial-Dynamics within Gravitational Fields
  • Weight Anomalies Observed During Cool-Down of High Temperature Superconductors
  • Superluminal Paradox in Special Relativity
  • A Dynamical Origin for the Gravitational Constant That Explains Gravitational and Inertial Mass Equality, and Rejects Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  • Newton on Mass and Force. A Comment Not Only on Max Jammer's "Concept of Mass (1961, 2000)
Vol. 16 No. 1 March 2003
  • Editorial - Fifteen Years Later
  • On Working Out A New Model of Electron
  • Einstein and Space-Time Units
  • The Self-Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity, Part V(A)
  • How Do Hidden Variables Fit in Natural Law?
  • Theoretical Rest Mass of Neutrino in Motion
  • Gravitational Contribution to the Observed Redshift
  • Curvature Boundary Layer
  • On Criticisms To Einstein's Equivalence Principle
  • "Slanted Emission" Enables Full Light Speed, Downstairs, in Equivalence Principle
  • Intrinsic Theoretical Power and Mathematical Beauty of Relativity; and Ultimate Reality
  • A Proposed Experiment on Consciousness-Related Quantum Teleportation
  • Comment On "The Transitive Law And Special Relativity"
  • Some Comments on the Relation Between General Relativity and the Newtonian Law of Gravitation
  • Conceptual Analysis of Quantum History Theory
Vol. 15 No. 4 December 2002 
  • Investigation of Special Relativity and an Alternative Explanation of the Speed of Light
  • Ampére Force Without Ampére's Disproved Third Law
  • An Irreversible Quantum Equation and Electron Relaxation
  • Is Radiation of Negative Energy Possible?
  • Reduction and a Critical Test
  • Irreversibility at the Basis of Physics
  • The Quantum Connection
  • First Order Effects in the Michelson-Morley Experiment
  • On The Equation H=mv^2 and the Fine Structure of the Hydrogen Atom
  • The New Gaussian Equation for the Force Between Current Elements
  • Decoherence and the Measurement Problem in Time-Dependent Detections
  • Compositeness of the Photon, the Effective Photon Hypothesis, and Its Application to Quantum Electrodynamics
Vol. 15 No. 3 September 2002 
  • Toward A Visualization of Electronic Transition
  • Cylindrical Particles: The Halfparticle and the Particle of Light of Classical Electrodynamics (CED)
  • Towards Understandable Models in Microphysics
  • Equilibrium and Perturbed Forms of a Rotating Self-Gravitating Mass
  • A Single Equation Encompassing Gravitational and Doppler Frequency Shifts
  • An Existence of Local Minkowski Space Is Insufficient for Einstein's Equivalence Principle
  • Hamilton Formulation for the Analysis of RLC-Circuits
  • An Electronic Attempt To Measure the Time Delay Calculated from the Force -q(v.grad)A
  • Probabilistic Events and Physical Reality: A Complete Algebra of Probability
  • Conjugated Parameters of Physical Processes and Physical Time
  • Refutation of Another Seeming Refutation of Special Relativity
  • The Relativity Theories and the Speed of Light
  • Erratum: Accelerated Observers on Special Relativity
  • Erratum: Particles at Cutoff in The Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Book Review: My Double Unveiled
Vol. 15 No. 2 June 2002 
  • Development of Titius-Bode Law and the Extensive Quantum Theory
  • The Fluid Space Vortex: Universal Prime Mover
  • Stellar Movement in the Galaxy Explained by Inertial Induction
  • The Improbability of Non-Locality
  • On the Origin of Asymmetric Aging in the Twin Problem: Comments on M. Harada's and M. Sachs' Views
  • Is the Gravitational Energy Density Observable?
  • Quarks May Be Identified as Strongly Bound Leptons
  • The Normalization Problem in Special Relativity
  • Hidden Variables: The End of the Road for Quantum Mechanics?
  • A Model of Cosmological Matter
  • Realistic Lorentz Transformation
  • On the Feasibility of Detecting the Effects of Artificially Generated Gravitational Radiation
Vol. 15 No. 1 March 2002 
  • Einstein's 1905 Derivation of his Transformations of Coordinates and Times
  • Schrodinger and Hamilton-Jacobi Equation
  • Quantum Field Derivation of the Superluminal Schroedinger Equation and the Derivation of the Superluminal Spherically Symmetric Deuteron Potential
  • Quantization in Classical Electrodynamics
  • Verification of Photon Inertia by a Laser Light Photon Radiation Experiment
  • Reply to Abiko's Comment on "Reinterpretation of the Fitzgerald Contraction"
  • A Counter Example for the Harmonic "Gauge Condition"
  • Fundamental Disagreement of Wave Mechanics with Relativity
  • Superfluid Quasiphotons in the Early Universe
  • Beyond Consciousness to Cosmos - Beyond Relativity and Quantum Theory to Cosmic Theory
Volume 14, No. 4 December 2001
  • The Transitive Law And Special Relativity
  • The Submaterial Interpretation Of Quantum Mechanics
  • A General Relativistic Law Of Addition For Two Velocities And Successive Lorentz Transformations Along Perpendicular Axes
  • An Intrinsic Electric Charge Of The Photon And Photon Structure
  • An Application Of The Two Nucleons Potential To Multi-Nucleon Nuclei
  • Exciting A Rotating Mass On A String At Constant Tension
  • Connecting C To The Expansion Of The Universe, Cosmological Consequences
  • A Negation Of Einstein's General Theory Of Relativity And A Return To Newtonian Gravitation
  • Lorentz Covariance Versus Invariance: Deeper Insights
  • Divergence: What To Do 'Till The Mathematician Comes
  • Quanta of Action Connected with the Exchange of Virtual Bosons
Volume 14, No. 3 September 2001
  • Theory Of Quantized Emission Red Shifts In Quasar Radiation
  • An Alternative Explanation Of The Cosmic Background Radiation
  • Particles At Cutoff In The Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • A New Proposal For Gravitational Radiation
  • Cloning A Quantum In Accordance With The No-Cloning Theorem
  • The Proven Demise Of QM Needs A New Realistic Phenomenology Which Is Referenced Here And Further Discussed
  • A Proper Cause Of Gravitation – Ether Wave Losses
  • Wave Equations For Atoms And Molecules Under Action Of Gravity
  • Errors In “Time Dilation And The Velocity Of Unstable Particles”
  • Observations In Time Dilation Experiments
  • Stability Of Solitary Waves
Volume 14, No. 2 June 2001
  • Possible Quantum Gravity Effects in a Charged Bose Condensate Under Variable e.m. Field
  • A New Space-Time Transformation
  • On the Velocity of Charged Particles
  • A Suggested Alternative to the Current Interpretation of Fizeau’s and Ives-Stillwell’s Experiments
  • A Deeper Level of Quantum Mechanics
  • Light Signals, The Special Theory of Relativity and Reality
  • Quantum Contradictions in the Context of Special Relativity
  • The Redshifting Of Electromagnetic Radiation: A Heuristic Model
  • The Weber Cosmological Condition and Wesley Gravitation
  • A Feasible Experiment Concerning the Schroedinger’s Cat and Wigner’s Friend Paradoxes
  • Examining the Origin of Cosmic Rays: A New Conceptual Approach
  • Comments on “A Mathematical Error in the Lienard-Wiechert Retarded Potentials” by J.P. Wesley
  • Erratum: A Correction to one of Einstein’s Derivations of the Lorentz Transformation
Volume 14, No. 1 March 2001
  • Editorial
  • Deconstructing the Natural Units
  • A Mathematical Fallacy in Theoretical Physics
  • Accelerated Expansion as Predicted By an Ether Theory of Gravitation
  • Scattering by a Fast Spinning Conducting Cylinder
  • From Quantum Motion to Classical Motion – Seeking The Lost Reality
  • Thermal Momentum in Thermodynamics, Part 3: On the Evaluation of Thermodynamic Parameters and Entropy Uniqueness
  • Gravitational Phenomena Appeared in a Cabin Falling Freely in a Homogeneous Gravitational Field
  • Inertial Mass Energy Equivalence
  • Motions of Classical Charged Tachyons
  • Do Incompatible Views Exist Among the Giants of Physics?
  • Quantum Mechanical P Function for Photons