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 Jean E. Burns | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

The root mean square perturbations on particles produced by vacuum radiation must be limited by the uncertainty principle, i.e.,?? = h /2, where? and? are the root mean square values of drift in spatial and momentum coordinates. The value? = (h t/m)?, where m is the...
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 James Carter | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

Time is usually thought of either as a separate entity that exists independently from mass and space, or as an integral part of an en-tity called space-time. Although many different kinds of clocks have been devised for measuring the passage of time, a careful look at...
by Rupert Gerritsen | Apr 15, 2014 | Paper

A Conjectural Preon Theory and its Implications begins with some key assumptions, that there is only one type of neutrino and that neutrinos form bound state composite particles to create the known loss mass fermions and bosons, which then form mesons and nucleons....