On the Philosophy of Science: Some Razors (2009)

Some philosophy of science principles in the form of razors, analogous to;Occam’s, are enunciated leading to the conclusion that Einstein was right to;utilize the concepts of relativity and space-time but wrong in attributing;those concepts to physical reality....

Discontinuous Ether Model (2000)

An ether model for a potentially unifying theory of gravitation and electromagnetic energy transfer is presented herein with essentially qualitative terms. The ether model proposed is discontinuous and consists of sub-atomic particles (ethertrons) that originate from...

The Doctrine of Original Spin (2002)

In an ether-less world the doctrine of original spin prevails. The perpetual motions of the astronomical bodies are determined at birth and are preserved intact forever even as the bodies are transformed by gravity. Thus, the Sun rotates counterclockwise, the planets...