The Neo-classical Relativity Theory

The Neo-classical Theory of Relativity (NCTR) uses concepts of Classical Mechanics and Classical Electromagnetism to describe the relativity of inertial motion better than it is described in the Special Theory of Relativity (STR) conceived by Albert Einstein in 1905....

Extended Geometry for Electrical Engineers (2009)

Extended Geometry for Electrical Engineers identifies how paired triangles represent wavelength and frequency. The conventional equation that is used to related wavelength and frequency, with the speed of light being the constant, does not accommodate angular...

Mathematically Defined Speed of Light (2005)

The methodologies used to determine the numerical value of the speed-oflight are limited to the precision of the instruments available and to the defined limits of the units of measurement, which are the meter and the second. A mathematical method can be used to...

Magnetostatics at Speed c (2000)

Three separate subject areas are discussed. In the first, several experiments are described concerning the nature of light and the electromagnetic field. Three of them cannot be explained by either classical or quantum theory, thus demonstrating that a more...