**Dates**: 2003-06-09 – 2003-06-13

**Where**: Storrs, CT, United States Venue: University of Connecticut, Mathematics Department

**Description**

The Natural Philosophy Alliance (NPA) is devoted mainly to broad-ranging, fully open-minded criticism, at the most fundamental levels , of the often irrational and unrealistic doctrines of modern physics and cosmology; and to the ultimate replacement of these doctrines by much sounder ideas developed with full respect for evidence, logic, and objectivity. Such reforms have long been urgently needed; and yet there is no area of scholarship more stubbornly censorial, and more reluctant to reform itself.

**Proceedings: **Printed in the Journal of New Energy, V7, N3

**Proceedings** (Printed in the *Journal of New Energy*, V7, N3)

2 Hal Fox & Dr. Cynthia K. Whitney, Editorial Comments

5 James Carter, The 2.7˚K Cosmic Background Radiation Within an Expanding Universe

12 David Dameron, Observations on Motional Induction

17 Glen W. Deen, Reanalyzing Dayton C. Miller’s Raw Interferometer Data

25 Dr. Robert J. Heaston, “The Gravitational Superforce Hypothesis”

32 Dr. Robert J. Heaston, “The Asymptotic Box”

38 Jim N. Hodges, Seven Veils of Ignorance Torn from Truth

42 Jan Olof Jonson, Refutation of Feynman’s Derivation of the Lienard-Wiechert Potentials

45 James Keele, Unified ‘No Field’ theory and the Bohr Atom

51 Dr. Jaroslav G. Klyushin, Mechanical Dimensionality for Electrodynamic Quantities

53 Dr. Jaroslav G. Klyushin, Generalized Lorentz Force Formula

57 Dr. Jaroslav G. Klyushin, Electro- and Gravi-Dynamics

61 Dr. Martin Kokus, The Fine Structure Constant and Cosmic Structure

64 Dr. Peter Marquardt, Events and Observers: A Practical Pathfinder Through Physics

72 Francisco J. Müller, Some Problems Concerning Jupiter’s Magnetic Field and Io’s Flux Tube

77 Dr. Ing. Martin M?ller, A Model for Free and Pauli-Paired Electrons

82 Neil E. Munch, Continuity of Light Waves Over High-Speed Frames

89 Neil E. Munch, Possible Doppler Experiments at Super-Luminal Source Speeds

94 Dr. Hector A. Munera, On the Consistency of Observed Anistropies with Classical Mechanics

101 Dr. Hector A. Munera, Preliminary Observations with a Stationary Michelson-Morley Interferometer Close to the Equator

106 Dr. Athanassios A. Nassikas, Minimum Contradictions Physics as a New Paradigm

114 Guido Paoli, The Biomagnetic Nature of Cancer and the Role of Potassium Ascorbate and Ribose Against Cellular Degeneration

120 Dr. Thomas E. Phipps Jr., Failueres of Relativity Theory to Describe Starlight

132 Jim Reavis, On The Possibility Of A Source Free And Singularity Free Field Model Of The Electron

139 Prof. Roger A. Rydin, Cross Correlation of Deep Redshift Galactic Pencil Survey Data

144 Prof. Roger A. Rydin, A New Nuclear Energy Source for Supernovae, Etc.

148 Sadanand S. Savarkar, No ‘Cloud-Cuckoo-Lands’ Any More: Nature Works on the Absolute Ground

154 Alexander A. Scarborough, Bringing the Copernical Revolution on Full Circle Via a New Fopurth Law of Planetary Motion

161 Alexander A. Scarborough, Origin and Evolution of Planetary Systems

169 Dr. Harry A. Schmitz, “A Galilean Multiverse? A Simple Physical Model of a Fractal Cosmos”

173 Dr. Domina Eberle Spencer, Dr. Uma Y. Shama & Dr. Philip J. Mann, The Interpretation of Jorge Cur?’s Modified Millikan Oil Drop Experiment

176 Dr. Domina Eberle Spencer, The Jorge Cur? Postulate on the Electircal Nature of Cancer

179 Dr. Tom Van Flandern, 21st Century Gravity (A Deeper Understanding of Why Apples Fall from Trees)

188 Harald T. Van Lintel, An Alternative to the Lorentz Contraction Hypothesis: Anistropic Wave Propagation

194 Billie Westergard, Spin and Matter Creation: An Alternative to the Problem of Structure Formation in the Big-Bang Universe

200 Dr. Cynthia K. Whitney, Spectroscopy’s ‘Relativistic’ Keystone

**Conference Authors & Papers**

21st Century Gravity (A Deeper Understanding of Why Apples Fall from Trees) |

Tom Van Flandern |

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A Galilean Multiverse? A Simple Physical Model of a Fractal Cosmos |

Harry A. Schmitz |

A new model of a cosmos with hierarchical Universes depends on the existence of three-dimensional (3D) standing wave (SW) patterns of various ranks. Various aspects of this model are explored, both qualitatively and quantita-tively, using simple geometries and simple physical concepts. The number of particles in our Universe is shown to equal the square of the ratio between the radius of the Universe and the effective radius of a particle. It is shown that a series of Universes terminates with our visible Universe. |

A Model for Free and Pauli-Paired Electrons |

Martin Müller |

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A New Nuclear Energy Source for Supernovae, Etc. |

Roger A. Rydin |

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Absence of the Relativistic Transverse Doppler Shift at Microwave Frequencies |

Hartwig Wolfgang Thim |

An experiment is described showing that a 33-GHz microwave signal received by rotating antennas is not exhibiting the frequency shift (“transverse Doppler effect”) predicted by the relativistic Doppler formula. The sensitivity of the apparatus used has been tested to be sufficient for detecting frequency shifts as small as 10 3 Hz which corresponds to the value of (v c)2 = 5 10 14 used in the transverse Doppler shift experiment reported here. From the observed absence of the transverse Doppler shift it is concluded that either the time dilation predicted by the standard theory of special relativity does not exist in reality or, if it does, is a phenomenon which does not depend on relative velocities but may be a function of absolute velocities in the fundamental frame of the isotropic microwave background radiation. Index Terms—Doppler radar, interferometry, |

An Alternative to the Lorentz Contraction Hypothesis: Anistropic Wave Propagation |

Harald T. Van Lintel |

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An Experimental Disproof of Special Relativity Theory (Unipolar Induction) |

Francisco J. Müller |

Here is an experiment that invalidates Relativistic Electrodynamics. To facilitate understanding it will be presented in two parts, each one in turn subdivided into a rotational case and a translational one. |

Bringing the Copernican Revolution on Full Circle Via a New Fourth Law of Planetary Motion |

Alexander A. Scarborough |

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Continuity of Light Waves Over High-Speed Frames |

Neil E. Munch |

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Cross Correlation of Deep Redshift Galactic Pencil Survey Data |

Roger A. Rydin |

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Editorial Comments (of NPA Conference #10 Proceedings) |

Hal Fox, Cynthia Kolb Whitney |

Technical journal for new energy technologies |

Electro- and Gravi-Dynamics |

Jaroslav G. Klyushin |

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Events and Observers: A Practical Pathfinder Through Physics |

Peter Marquardt |

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Failures of Relativity Theory to Describe Starlight |

Thomas E. Phipps |

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Generalized Lorentz Force Formula |

Jaroslav G. Klyushin |

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Mechanical Dimensionality for Electrodynamic Quantities |

Jaroslav G. Klyushin |

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Minimum Contradictions Physics as a New Paradigm |

Athanassios A. Nassikas |

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No ‘Cloud-Cuckoo-Lands’ Any More: Nature Works on the Absolute Ground |

Sadanand S. Savarkar |

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Observations on Motional Induction |

David Dameron |

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On the Consistency of Observed Anistropies with Classical Mechanics |

Hector A. Munera |

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On The Possibility Of A Source Free And Singularity Free Field Model Of The Electron |

Jim Reavis |

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Origin and Evolution of Planetary Systems |

Alexander A. Scarborough |

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Possible Doppler Experiments at Super-Luminal Source Speeds |

Neil E. Munch |

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Preliminary Observations with a Stationary Michelson-Morley Interferometer Close to the Equator |

Hector A. Munera |

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Reanalyzing Dayton C. Müller’s Raw Interferometer Data |

Glen W. Deen |

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Refutation of Feynman’s Derivation of the Lienard-Wiechert Potentials |

Jan Olof Jonson |

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Seven Veils of Ignorance Torn from Truth |

Jim Hodges |

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Some Problems Concerning Jupiter’s Magnetic Field and Io’s Flux Tube |

Francisco J. Müller |

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Spectroscopy’s ‘Relativistic’ Keystone |

Cynthia Kolb Whitney |

Technical journal for new energy technologies |

Spin and Matter Creation: An Alternative to the Problem of Structure Formation in the Big-Bang Universe |

Billie Westergard |

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The 2.7K Cosmic Background Radiation Within an Expanding Universe |

James Carter |

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The Asymptotic Box |

Robert J. Heaston |

An asymptote is a goal that can probably never be reached, and if reached, cannot be crossed. If crossed, there may be no return. There are at least six asymptotes that apply to our universe. A box has six sides. Consequently, we can use the metaphor that our universe is an asymptotic box. The six asymptotes of the natural world that apply to our universe are birth, death, the speed of light, absolute zero, gravitational collapse limit, and the superforce. There is also an asymptotic box of scientific reasoning. The paper will define the asymptotes and then discuss various consequences. |

The Biomagnetic Nature of Cancer and the Role of Potassium Ascorbate and Ribose Against Cellular Degeneration |

Guido Paoli |

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The Fine Structure Constant and Cosmic Structure |

Martin Kokus |

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The Gravitational Superforce Hypothesis |

Robert J. Heaston |

The gravitational superforce hypothesis states: The gravitational force is always equal to a constant superforce for the same mass and distance that exists at the mass energy equivalence of the gravitation potential energy. A specific superforce that impacts a broad range of theoretical physics and cosmology is defined by this hypothesis. This superforce is suggested as a baseline for comparison with any future superforce. |

The Interpretation of Jorge Cur?’s Modified Millikan Oil Drop Experiment |

Domina Eberle Spencer, Uma Y. Shama, Philip J. Mann |

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The Jorge Cur? Postulate on the Electrical Nature of Cancer |

Domina Eberle Spencer |

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Unified ‘No Field’ Theory and the Bohr Atom |

James Keele |

Writing in a recent issue of Galilean Electrodynamics, Osborne and Pope proposed, and to some extent demonstrated, that all forces are due to conservation of angular momentum, and not due to gravity, electrostatic, inertia, or other forces. The central idea is that material objects, neutral mass, and charged mass, when moving in a ‘natural’ orbit about another body, experience no forces. Also presented was the idea that orbits, and not rectilinear motions, are the natural motions of particles. While Pope and Osborne developed the idea somewhat at the macro and micro levels, the author of the present paper re-examines these ideas at the micro level in a slightly different manner, using the Bohr Atom. What is demonstrated is that the electrical forces associated with Coulomb’s Law can be attributed to angular momentum or kinetic energy moments, instead of electric charges. |