by Valentin Danci | Mar 19, 2016 | Article

This article shows that it is mathematically impossible for Einsteinâ€™s Special Relativity Theory (SRT) to use its own Lorentz transformation (LT), and it also reveals: the origin of this error in the pre-relativistic Electrodynamics, and the main causes of...
by Thomas E. Phipps | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Despite a number of attempts, the Lorentz contraction has never been directly observed, the worldline-relational or metric “structural” statements of special relativity remain therefore empiricallly unsupported, and the metric nature of spacetime retains...
by Mitch Emery | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The foundation of quantum theory rests on the notion that a particle is a localized wave-packet formed from the superposition of plane waves of many different frequencies, all grouped around some central frequency. Several experiments conducted by Panarella confirm...
by Charles William Lucas | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

From the derived universal classical electrodynamic contact force law for finite-size elastic particles the force of gravity is identified as a statistical residual force of the fourth order term in v/c due to the vibration of neutral electric dipoles consisting...
by Charles William Lucas | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The force of gravity is shown to be a small average residual force due to the fourth order terms in v/c of the derived universal electrodynamic contact force between vibrating neutral electric dipoles consisting of atomic electrons vibrating with respect to protons in...