The 16th Annual Conference of the NPA, 2529 May, 2009, at Storrs, CT
“Seeking Continued Progress through Better Dialog”
Proceedings of the NPA,Volume 6, Number 1,Papers and Letters 

Table of Contents  
Milos Abadzic, “Quantization and Some Problems With It”  1 
Milos Abadzic, “One Step Back, Two Steps Forward”  8 
Nikos Alexandris, “Little Black Hole (LBH) and Electric Charge – Description of LBH Theory” 
14 
Pal Asija, “SRT vs. SRT From Aristotle to Einstein, Even to Date, the Same Folly Rules the Paradigm of Special Relativity” 
17 
Walter Babin, “An Analysis of the Theoretical Foundations of 20th Century Physics” 
20 
Glenn Borchardt, “The Physical Meaning of E=mc2”  27 
James Carter, “Gradual Change in Electron Mass and the Evolution of the Universe” 
32 
Vladislav B. Cherepennikov,”Manifesto of the Members of the ‘Newton Society’, an International Public Scientific Organiza tion” 
4 1 
Stephen J. Crothers, “The Schwarzschild Solution and its Implications for Gravitational Waves” 
47 
Glen W. Deen, “Neutron Gravity and the AntiUniverse”  67 
Francis V. Fernandes, “Unification of Gravity with ElectroMagnetic Phenomena GEM: Gravity, g is Voltage, V.11 
76 
Robert French, “Wave Particle Unity and a Physically Realist Interpretation of Light.” 
88 
Helmut Hansen,’ Are All Inertial Systems Fundamental?’  100 
Jim N Hodges, “Centennial Review of Special Relativity”  93 
Werner Hu big, ‘On Einstein’s Derivation of Lorentz Transformation’ 
100,130 
Jan Olaf Jonson, “The Sagnac Effect Explained Using Special Relativity Theory” 
10 1 
Per Olaf Jonson,” An Effort to Explain the Process of Body Formation” 
105 
James Keele, “SR Theory of Electrodynamics for Relatively Moving Charges” 
118 
Robert A. Kerr, ‘Conception of Physical Meaning’  123 
Jar. G. Klyushin, “On the Thermodynamic Field”  125 
Boon Leong Lan, ‘A Moving Clock Does Not Run Slow’  130 
Janusz D. Laski, “Maxwell’s Equations Do Not Fit Special Relativity Theory” 
131 
Ari Lehto, “On the Planck Scale and Structures of Matter” 
134 
C.Y. Lo, “Einstein’s Covariance Principle: a Counter Example” 
139 
Peter Marquardt, “The Many Faces of h “  145 
Martin Mueller, “More Errors in Discoveries of Physics of the 20th Century, Entrenched for Generations” 
149 
A.A. Nassikas,’Response to C.K. Whitney’s Review of P. Rowlands Book Zero to infinity: The Foundations of Physics’ 
153 
JohnErik Persson, “The Forbidden Ether”  155 
Persson Correspondence Items  159 
“WaveParticle Dualism in Special Relativity Theory”  163 
Dan Romalo, “Digging in Search of a Universal Aether Model” 
169 
E.V. Rudikov, L.V. Rudikova, “One Approach to the Problem of Fundamental Interactions*” 
173 
Roger A. Rydin, “Some of Bob Heaston’s Influential Thoughts that Affected Modern Physics” 
183 
Proceedings of the NPA,Volume 6, Number 1,Abstracts and Added Items 

Pal Asija, ‘Challenging & Defending the Paradigm of Science’ 
13 
Michele Barone, ‘Building an Integrated Paradigm of Reality for Meeting Challenges of Posterity’ 
13 
Don Briddell, ‘The New Science of Structure, Two Parts’  16 
C.I. Christov, ‘Nonlinear Continuum Mechanics of Space and the Foundations of Electromagnetism’ 
31 
Sorin Cosofret, ‘Electrolysis of Molten Sodium Chloride’  40 
Sorin Cosofret, ‘What Is and What Isn’t an Electric Current?’ 
40 
Joseph F. Cuny, ‘Maxwell’s Equations’  40 
Joseph F. Cuny, ‘The Ultimate Paradox’  92 
Bob de Hilster, ‘A New Equation for Gravity’  87 
Bob de Hilster, ‘Majorana’s Experiments and the New Equation for Gravity’ 
87 
Ione! Dinu, ‘Have You Done Experiments in Fluid Mechanics Lately?’ 
66 
Dr. Edward Henry Dowdye, Jr.,’Astrophysical Evidence Clearly Shows no Direct GravitationElectromagnetism Interaction’ 
104 
Peter F. Erickson, ‘Quaternions, Vectors, and Veritable Numbers’ 
99 
Peter F. Erickson, ‘Further Discoveries About the Veritable Number System’ 
99 
Bernard L. Feldman, ‘On the Philosophy of Science: Some Razors’ 
138 
Viraj Fernando, ‘Internal Momentum Changes Manifesting as Clock Rate Changes in GPS Clocks’ 
144 
Vladimir B. Ginzburg, ‘ThreeDimensional Spiral String Theory’ 
153 
‘Harmons Versus Quarks’  154 
Helmut Hansen, ‘The Pioneer Anomaly: Do we Have to Modify the First Law of Newtonian Dynamics?’ 
144 
W.R. (Bill) Hohenberger, ‘The Structure of Aether and the Mechanics of the Electromagnetic Wave Spectrum’ 
154 
Jan Olof Jonson,’ A Letter About Thought Transference’  154 
Philip M. Kanarev, ‘Actual Problems of Modern Physics’  167 
‘Laws of Classical Mechanics – The Foundation for the Theory of the Microcosm’ 
167 
A.F. Kracklauer, ‘A LocalReal Model of EPR Correlations’ 
168 
Henry Lindner, ‘Beyond Consciousness to Cosmos Beyond Relativity and Quantum Theory to Cosmic Theory’ 
168 
Henry Lindner, ‘Beyond Relativity: Ethereal Space’  168 
Carl R. Littmann, ‘Questions Arising When One Laser Beam Crosses Another’ 
172 
Philip Mann and Domina Eberle Spencer, ‘Electromagnetic Postulates and Unipolar Induction’ 
172 
Peter Marquardt, ‘The Molehill Effect’  172 
Peter Marquardt, ‘The Constant Gravitation Potential of Light and Energy’ 
18 1 
Henry C. Monteith, ‘Unification of Physical and Spiritual Science Through Cosmic Soulmate Action (II)’ 
182 
Erika G. Monteith, ‘Living in the Bliss of Cosmic Music (II)’ 
182 
Richard Moody, Jr., ‘Beyond Plate Tectonics: ‘Plate Dynamics” 
187 
Richard Moody, Jr., ‘The Eclipse Data from 1919: The Greatest Hoax in 20th Century Science’ 
187 
Francisco J. Muller, ‘Can the Motion of the Earth be Detected by a Laser Diffraction Experiment?’ 
188 
Neil E. Munch,’Simple but Critical Flaws in 20th Century ‘Modern Physics’ and some Benefits of their Correction’ 
188 
C. Whitney, ‘From the Editor’  152 
Proceedings of the NPA,Volume 6, Number 2,Papers and Letters 

Table of Contents  
Roger A. Rydin, “Models of the Nucleus: Electromagnetic vs. Older Theory” 
191 
“Wave Mechanics without Waves: A New Classical Model for Nuclear Reactions” 
197 
Diego Saa, “Gravitation and Electromagnetism Unified”  205 
Robert D. Sadykov, “An Alternative Theory of Relativity and Gravitation” 
211 
Ralph Sansbury, “Light Speed & Oscillating Chargelnside Electrons And Atomic Nuclei” 
218 
“Are Magnetism and Gravity Ultimately Electrostatic?”  230 
S.S. Savarkar, “Planck’s Theorem – Mechanics and Ballistics” 
243 
“The Original Lorentz Equations: Their Correct Understanding and Validity” 
246 
“A Ballistic Path to Relativistic Mechanics”  248 
Alexander Alan Scarborough,”The LBFLINEBEC Macrocosm of Universal Origins: Guidelines to the Theory of Everything (TOE)” 
254 
Scarborough Correspondence items  255 
“Recent Discoveries Continue to Confirm Scientific Validity of the LBFLINEBEC Macrocosm” 
258 
Ajay Sharma, “Concepts of Mass and Energy from Aristotle’s to Einstein’s Era” 
261 
Rati Ram Sharma , “Unified Theory Replaces Relativity Theories” 
264 
Duncan W. Shaw, “On the Cause of Gravity”  275 
Domina Eberle Spencer, Terri Mascardo, “The Holor Representation of Chemistry” 
282 
Tuomo Suntola, “Global Relativity Establishes Absolute Time and a Universal Frame of Reference” 
284 
Aleksander Tsybin, “Another Deduction of Einstein’s Formula” 
298 
Aleksander Tsybin, ‘Gravitation from Neutrino Flux’  299 
Dr. John R. Warfield, “Unification: Electromagnetism, Earth’s Magnetic Field, Permanent Magnetism; Connection to Electron Structure” 
302 
“The Quantum Nature of Matter and Energy as a Function of the Ether” 
309 
“A New Model of the Electron Unifies Classical Physics with Quantum Mechanics” 
316 
S.I. Wells,”Faraday Pressure and Energy Conservation – a Sequel to the ‘Dual Dilemma”‘ 
324 
“Gravitational ‘Perviosity’ of Deep Space – an Alternative to the Abaryonic Dark Matter Hypothesis” 
331 
Billie Westergard,”Dynamics of Black Holes and Structure Formation in the Hotson – Westergard Universe Model” 
334 
Cynthia Kolb Whitney, “Maxwell’s Maxima”  374 
James B. Wright, “Cosmology – Galactic Renewal”  383 
Proceedings of the NPA,Volume 6, Number 2,Abstracts and Added Items 

Table of Contents  
‘A Few of the Possible Future Benefits from Correcting the Flaws in Special Relativity Theory (SRT)’ 
196 
Neil E. Munch,’Eight Evidences that Science has Quietly Bypassed Special Relativity (SRT) in Thomas Kuhn’s Predicted Fashion’ 
204 
Howard C. Hayden, Book Review: Questioning Einstein: Is Relativity Necessary?, by Tom Bethell 
210 
Faheem Murtaza, ‘Quantum Gravity’  217 
Joe Nahhas, ‘350 Years in Hiding: Kepler’sNewton’s Time Dependent Equations’ 
217 
Dr. Athanassios A. Nassikas, ‘Evolution of the Universe Under the Claim for Minimum Contradictions’ 
217 
Richard J. Oldani,’ An AllEncompassing Theory of Nature’ 
229 
Sandford (Chris) Peek and Domina Eberle Spencer, ‘The Holor Trinity’ 
242 
Nick Percival, ‘The Twin Paradox: How to Win the Debate’  241 
Nick Percival,, ‘Implications for SRT: Observations from a Long Odyssey’ 
241 
Dr. Ruggero Maria Santilli, ‘The Novel Controlled Intermediate Nuclear Fusion and a Report on Its Industrial Realization as Predicted by Hadronic Mechanics’ 
242 
Stoyan Sarg, PhD, ‘A New Approach for Study of Gravity and Inertia’ 
242 
Stoyan Sarg, PhD,’ A New Concept About Space Energy’  245 
Paul Schroeder, ”PAEPS’ – External Gravitation’  245 
Paul Schroeder, ‘External Gravitation Control of the Solar System’ 
245 
Dr. Franco Selleri, ‘The Sagnac Effect Explained’  253 
Dr. Franco Selleri, ‘Weak Relativity’  260 
Joseph J. Smulsky, ‘Change of Characteristics of the Light Source at its Movement Relative to a Receiver’ 
260 
Charles Sven, ‘The Mathematical Analysis of the Atom’s Power’ 
263 
Aleksandr Tsybin, ‘Algorithm for Representation of Prime Numbers – Determinants of a Special Kind’ 
300 
Greg Volk, ‘ReferenceFrame Independent Dynamics, or How to Get Off Einstein’s Train. 
274 
Greg Volk, ‘The Meaning of Maxwell’s Equations’  274 
Greg Volk, ‘The Nature of ‘Eynptor”  297 
Cynthia Whitney, ‘Editor’s Mea Culpa’  301 
Dr. John R. Warfield,’ A Hypothetical Experimental Device that uses the Phenomena of Light Aberration to Demonstrate that the Speed of Light is Not Necessarily Relative to the Observer’ 
373 