21st Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference

Baltimore, Maryland , Nov. 19-2, 2014

NPA Conference 2014

Date: November 19-21 Location: Radisson Cross-Keys Hotel, Baltimore, MD  

Registration is Open!

Free for spouses.

Location

Location, directions, transportation and accommodations.

Speakers

List of Speakers

Last Updated 20 August 2014

Giovanni Gregori and Bruce Leybourne

  • Climate anomalies, their drivers, and tectonic connections.
  • Electromagnetic orbital modulation of interdecadal climate oscillations: MJO, ENSO & PDO considered with validation of Earth Endogenous Energy Theory.

Reg Cahill

  • Review of Experiments that Contradict Special Relativity and Support Neo-Lorentz Relativity: Latest technique to Detect Dynamical Space Using Quantum Detectors

Valentino Strasser

  • Gravitational Anomalies and the Allais Effect Found in Italy During Eclipses and Strong Earthquakes

Nina Sotina

  • The ‘hidden variables’ in quantum mechanics and superfluid aether

Billie Westergarde

  • The Hotson/Westergarde Universe Model: Halton Arp and Structure Formation Via Ejection of Matter from the Center of Galaxies

Roger Rydin

  • The Theory of Mercury’s Anomalous Precession and Correct Orbit Computations
  • Finding New Magic Numbers for Light, Heavy, and Super Heavy Nuclei

Martin Kokus

  • Inertial and Gravitational Anomalies in Seismic Prediction
  • Astronomical Quantization: a Review
  • Arp’s Small Number Hypothesis

Roger Ellman in absentia

  • On Five Independent Phenomena Sharing a Common Cause
  • The Problem of Understanding Gravitation

Roger Anderton

  • Revisions to the History of Einstein’s Relativity

Alexandr Tsybin

  • Interaction Gamma Ray with Gravitational Field
  • Is there a Black Hole?
  • Some Assumptions Concerning Interpretation of Michelson Morley Experiment

Mike Gimbel

  • Dialectical Materialism vs. the New Physics.

Volkmar Meuller

  • Earth Expansion is Hubble Expansion

M Kokus et al

  • Eclipse Effects and the August 2017 Eclipse

CY Lo

  • Problems in General Relativity and Errors of Einstein in Relativity

Barry Springer

  • Modeling of Shaping Forces of Saturn’s Circumpolar Hexagon

Bill Lucas

  • The Trouble with Modern Physics Pointed to by Metatheory

Pal Asija

  • There Is But One Reality

Glenn Baxter

  • Understanding Special Relativity

Anton Vrba

  • Tired Light a Consequence of It’s Bending
  • The Principle of Relativity, E=mc2, Photons; Something is Amiss.

Valentino Stasser

  • Gravitational Anomalies and the Allais Effect found in Italy during eclipses and strong earthquakes.

Deszo Sarkadi

  • Interference model to calculate lepton masses

Ray Tomes

  • The Harmonics Theory and how it came about.
  •  Tests of the Harmonics Theory

James Keele

  • Application of SRT to Calculating Mercury’s Perihelion Advance

Schedule

NPA 2014 Conference

Date: November 19-21
Location: Radisson Cross-Keys Hotel, Baltimore, MD

Speaker Schedule

Speaker Schedule (Printable PDF)

Last updated November 20th

 

Wednesday, November 19th

Room, Schaefer 4

 

5:00 – 6:00pm – Registration and refreshments

6:00 – Bill Lucas – The trouble with modern physics and the solution pointed to by metatheory.

6:45 – Roger Ellman – On 5 independent phenomena sharing a common cause. (presented by Martin Kokus)

  • Volkmar Meuller – Hubble expansion is earth expansion (Presented by Martin Kokus)
  • Martin Kokus – Halton Arp’s Small Number Hypothesis and other coincidences

7:25 – Billie Westergarde – The Hotson/Westergarde universe model: Halton Arp Structure formation via ejection of matter from the center of galaxies.

8:05 – Anton Vreba – Tired light a consequence of its bending & The principle of relativity, E=mc2, photons, something is amiss.

8:35 – Andrew Bartlett – Andrew will be interviewing participants during the conference.  He will explain the purpose of his research.

 

Thursday, November 20th

Room, White Oak B

 

9:00 – Hector Munera – 2014 Sagnac Award recipient; Shadows, Collisions, and Nature

10:00 – Martin Kokus – The General Allais Effect and Seismicity

10:20 – Valentino Stasser – Gravitational Anomalies and the Allais Effect found in Italy during eclipses and strong earthquakes.

10:50-11:00 Break

11:00-12:00 – Bruce Leybourne and Giovanni Gregori

  • Climate Anomalies, their drivers, and tectonic connections.
  • Electromagnetic orbital modulation of interdecadal climate oscillations: MJO, ENSO & PDO considered with validation of Earth Endogenous Energy Theory.

 

Lunch

 

1:00 – Reg Cahill-Review of experiments that contradict Special Relativity and support Lorentz Relativity: Latest technique to detect Dynamical Space using Quantum Detectors.

2:00 – Nina Sotina – The hidden variables in quantum mechanics and superfluid aether.

2:40 – Martin Kokus  Spherical rotation and the General Allais Effect

Antonio Iovane – The Allais Effect is the Lunar Wake Effect (presented by Sam Falaki)

 

3:30-4:00 Break

 

4:00-4:30 – Roundtable-The Allais Effect, climate and tectonic drivers and the NPA’s August 2017 Eclipse Project (Munera, Kokus, Strasser, Leybourne, Cahill, etc.

4:30 – Roger Anderton – Revisions to the history of Einstein’s Relativity

5:25 – Barry Springer – Modeling the shaping forces of Saturn’s circumpolar hexagonal rings. (Presented by Jim Newburn)

6:00 – Ray Tomes – The Harmonics Theory and how it came about.

 

7:00 – Banquet

Room, Schaefer 4

 

Friday, Nov.21

Room, White Oak B

 

9:00 – Mike Gimbel – Dialectical Materialism versus the New Physics.

9:50 – Billie Westergard – The Hotson/Westergard universe model: Halton Arp Structure formation via ejection of matter from the center of galaxies.

10:40 – C Y Lo- Problems in General Relativity and errors of Einstein in Relativity

11:20 – Alexandr Tsybin – Is there a black hole?- Interaction of gamma rays with the gravitational field.- Some assumptions in interpreting the Michelson and Morleu experiment.

1:20 – Roger Rydin Finding new magic numbers for light, heavy and super heavy nuclei.

2:00 – Roger Rydin – Theory of Mercury’s anomalous precession and correct orbital calculations

2:40 – James Keele – Application of SRT to calculating Mercury’s Perihelion advance.

3:20 – Pal Asija – There is but one reality

 

 

4:10 – NPA members meeting 2014

 

Hotel

NPA Conference 2014

Date: November 19-21
Location: Radisson Cross-Keys Hotel, Baltimore, MD

Link to full page map with directions from the Baltimore airport to the hotel.

Radisson Cross-Keys

Hotel Radisson Cross-Keys

Link to the official Radisson hotel website

The conference will be held at Radisson Cross Keys (this is a part of Baltimore near I-83 and Northern Parkway).
There may be cheaper accommodations within a few miles, but transportation to the conference may be a bit expensive by taxi.

Address: 5100 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21210.
Telephone: 1-410-529-6900, or toll free in US 1-800-333-3333.

For any hotel related problems, contact Sheila Scott Director of Catering 1-410-532-3247 during regular working hrs
Cost for members is $119 + 6% MD tax + 9.5% occupancy tax (Baltimore).
No extra cost for room mates or spouses. There is a restaurant but no continental breakfast included.
Check in 3pm. Check out – noon. Must reserve room by Oct 29 to get this special price and must mention Natural Philosophy Alliance.
Beds: King, Queen, 2 double beds are all options

Transportation:

Here are some transportation options on how to move between the Baltimore Airport and the Radisson Hotel. We recommend the first option.

1. **Ms. Linda with Franklin Chauffer, she charges $60 one way. 410-841-8400

2. The Airport shuttle called Blue Van, their number is 1-800-258-3826. Blue Van charges $25-$35 dollars but you could be on the shuttle for up to 2 hours depending on the time of day it is.

3. Any cab, preferably Yellow Cab. They can charge anywhere from $60-$80 dollars round trip, this depends on the time of day and what way they take to get to us.

4. You can also take the train from the airport to the train station downtown, Penn Station. From there you would have to take a cab to the hotel. The train would cost around $2-$5 dollars and the cab would be $10-$20 dollars.

There are many options to get to and from the hotel but I would suggest using Franklin Chauffer. They are reliable and you do not have to worry about them making stops along the way or charge more money if you get stuck in traffic.

For any further questions or clarifications, contact Heather Prince (hprince @ radissoncrosskeys.com)

Heather Prince, Executive Assistant

Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys

Banquet:

Special diet requirements should be provided at least 4 days prior to thebanquet.
Vegan vegetarian,no gluten,no milk are all available, but require advance notice – 4 days preferably.
Banquet price is $35 per person.
For any further questions or clarifications, contact Jim Newburn (jim @ worldnpa.org)