by David Scott de Hilster | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

In the early 1940s, Ricardo Carezani, an Argentinean engineering student who later received his doctoral in physics, found that more than one frame in the Lorentz Systems in Relative Motion’s derivation was, one of them, mathematically, and physically redundant....
by Robert Kemp | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

This paper gives a theoretical and conceptual critical analysis of a paper published by William Stubbs (February 2013), An Assessment of the Gravity Data Collected at the Mohe Observation Center in China during the March 9, 1997 Total Solar Eclipse. This paper is...
by Felix F. Gorbatsevich | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

There are quite a lot of works dedicated to revelation of the physical essence of the body inertia [1-4]. They present the historical development of the concept of?inertia?, various kinds of the body inertia manifestation and practical use of inertia in operating...
by Frank H. Makinson | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

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...
by Frank H. Makinson | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

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...