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(in reverse chronological order by year)

Online Archived Issues

(Note: for issues originally published on paper, page numbers in brackets after each article refer to paper edition of the journal. Pagination of issues reformatted for Web display differs from original pagination. Issues for years 1987 through 1994 are numbered 1-20.)

Volume 20

Hors Serie 4 (August 2018)

Robert J. Buenker:

The Relativity Principle and the Kinetic Scaling of the Units of Energy, Time and Length 1-31

Valeri V. Dvoeglazov and Jesús A. Cázares Montes:

How the Generalized Maxwell Equations Can Be Derived from the Einstein Postulate? 32-35

V. B. Morozov:

Dark energy as zero energy of gravity field 36-42

Hector A Munera:

The Empirical Evidence for the Relativistic Theories of Lorentz, Poincaré and Einstein: the 1881 and 1887 Michelson Experiments, Revisited 43-87


Hors Serie 3 (August 2017)

David F. Roscoe:

Thomas E. Phipps, Jr., in memoriam 1-8

Robert J. Buenker:

Commentary on the Work of Thomas E. Phipps, Jr. (1925-2016) 9-41

Thomas E. Phipps, Jr.:

Electrodynamics: Rebirth of an Experimental Science? 42-83

A .K. T. Assis:

Empedocles, Newton, the Centrifugal Force and their Bucket Experiments 84-96


Hors Serie 2 (December 2015)

Héctor A. Munéra:

From the Classical Ethers of Descartes and Newton to Cosmons and Sagions 1-67

T. E. Phipps, Jr.:

On Mathematical Misconceptions Masquerading as Physics 68-72

Robert J. Buenker:

On the Equality of Relative Velocities Between Two Objects for Observers in Different Rest Frames 73-83

Robert J. Buenker:

The Relativistic Velocity Transformation and the Principle of Absolute Simultaneity 84-102


Hors Serie 1 (April 2013)

T. E. Phipps, Jr.:

A new resolution of the Twin Paradox 1-26

Robert J. Buenker:

The Myth of FitzGerald-Lorentz Length Contraction and the Reality of Einstein's Velocity Transformation 27-52

V.V. Dvoeglazov:

Reply to G.W. Bruhn 53-54

Volume 19

Number 1 (January 2012)

Brian Hills:

Gravito-electromagnetism - another step towards a unified theory of the origin of mass 1-37

John Purssell Ballad:

Decisive Test for the Ritz Hypothesis 38-48

R.E.S. Watson:

An Attempt to Explain Dark Energy in Terms of Statistical Anisotropy 49-70

T.E. Phipps, Jr.:

Bringing Simultaneity Back to Life 71-83

Robert J. Buenker:

The Clock Riddle: The Failure of Einstein's Lorentz Transformation 84-95

Number 2 (April 2012)

B. G. Sidharth:

A "Super Atom": Dedicated to Prof. Walter Greiner 96-103

Amitabha Ghosh:

On the Advance of Mercury's Perihelion due to Inertial Induction and the Possibility of Solar Oblateness 104-114

Florentin Smarandache:

Parameterized Special Theory of Relativity (PSTR) 115-122

Oliver K. Manuel:

Neutron Repulsion 123-150

Brian Hills:

The Vacuum Lattice Model - a new route to longitudinal gravito-electromagnetism 151-192

Number 3 (July 2012)

Sergey A. Belozerov:

Phase pseudowaves and interference on a resonator: to the question of the nature of light and quantum interference 193-217

Robert J. Buenker:

The Sign of the Doppler Shift in Ultracentrifuge Experiments 218-237

Nikolay Dibrov:

On an Interpretation of Podkletnov's "Shielding Effect Against Gravitational Force" 238-246

S. Ghosh, A. Choudhury and J. K. Sarma:

Radius of electron, magnetic moment and helical motion of the charge of electron 247-263

B. S. Lakshmi and K. L. Vasundhara:

A Model for Atmospheric Circulation 264-281

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Robert J. Buenker:

Einstein's Hidden Postulate 282-301

Volume 18

Number 1 (January 2011)

Jerome Cantor:

A Random Resistor Network Model of Space-Time 1-8

D. Sands & J. Dunning-Davies:

How applicable is Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics? 9-14

Peter Enders:

Bose-Einstein vs. Maxwell-Boltzmann distributions 15-16

Miroslaw Zabierowski:

An explanation of Enders' doubts about an explanation of Newton's dynamics 17-21

Peter Enders:

Conservation of state versus change of state 22-28

Peter Cameron:

Magnetic and Electric Flux Quanta: the Pion Mass 29-42

Number 2 (April 2011)

Nikolay Dibrov:

Unified Model of Shadow-Gravity and the Exploding Electron 43-83

Paul K. Suh:

The Symmetric Physics of the Universe 84-145

K. Muralidhar:

Classical Origin of Quantum Spin 146-160

Carlos Quimbay and John Morales:

Particle Mass Generation from Physical Vacuum 161-202


Peter Enders:

Physical, Metaphysical and Logical Thoughts about the Wave Equation and the Symmetry of Space-time 203-221

Peter Cameron:

Electron Impedances 222-253

Number 3 (July 2011)

H.C. Potter:

Metanalysis validates comprehensive two-part photon 254-269

Ajay Sharma:

Derivation of DE=Dmc2 Revisited 270-296

Juan Casado:

A Steady Flow Cosmological Model from a Minimal Large Numbers Hypothesis 297-320

Number 4 (October 2011)

Andrew W. Beckwith:

Detailing Minimum Parameters for the Red Shift, Frequency, Strain, and Wavelength of Gravitational Waves / Gravitons, and Impact Upon GW astronomy for Experimentally Falsifiable Measurements to Evaluate Current models of Cosmology 321-351

Nikolay Dibrov:

Nature of Atomic Orbits 352-376

A.N. Pechenkov:

Nonuniqueness of the Bose-Einstein statistical processes for the black body radiation 377-384

Ajay Sharma:

Origins of Rest Mass Energy in Einstein's derivations 385-397

Volume 17

Number 1 (January 2010)

K. Boubaker:

Analytical initial-guess-free solution to Kepler's transcendental equation using Boubaker Polynomials Expansion Scheme BPES 1-12

Stephan J.G. Gift:

Doppler Shift Reveals Light Speed Variation BPES 13-21

Peter Enders:

Precursors of force fields in Newton's Principia 22-27

Melih Turgut, Ahmad T. Ali, José Luis López-Bonilla:

Time-like Involutes of space-like helix in Minkowski space-time 28-41

Number 2 (April 2010)

A.J.S. Capistrano:

On the Relativity of Shapes 42-58

G. Ares de Parga and F. Gutierrez-Mejia:

A Further Analysis of Blackbody Radiation 59-72

D.L. Khokhlov:

Transformation for the Energy Flux of the Electromagnetic Wave 73-80

Paulo Maurício:

Experimental Evidence for Physical Reality of Theta Wave by Change in Radionuclide Decay Rates 81-91

Miroslaw Zabierowski:

Planck's Hypothesis, Sommerfeld's Fine Structure, Dirac's Relations, Causality, and Metrological Standards 92-98

Robert J. Buenker:

Time Dilation and the Concept of an Objective Rest System 99-125

Guoyou Huang:

Fine Structure Constant| and Variable Speed of Light 126-149

José Íñiguez:

An Unusually Efficient Coupling of Carnot Engines 150-172

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Miroslaw Zabierowski:

Mathematical versus physical meaning of classical mechanics quantities 173-182


Volkmar Mueller and Martin Kokus:

High Mass and High Redshift Elliptical Galaxies and Interpretations of Hubble's Constant 183-186

Number 3 (July 2010)

Juan J. Schulz Poquet:

A Test in the Outer Space For the Constancy of the Velocity of Light 187-192

Peter Cameron:

Photon Impedance Match to a Single Free Electron 193-200

Peter Cameron:

Possible Origin of the 70MeV Mass Quantum 201-207

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Peter Enders:

Comment on 'Mathematical versus physical meaning of classical mechanics quantities' by M. Zabierowski (Apeiron 17, 173, 2010) 208-213

Number 4 (October 2010)

Jirí Stávek:

Doppler-Voigt-Einstein Selforganization - The Mechanism for Information Transfer 214-222

Lukasz Glinka:

CP violation, massive neutrinos, and its chiral condensate: new results from Snyder noncommutative geometry 223-242

Lukasz Glinka:

Energy renormalization and integrability within the massive neutrinos model 243-271

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Maciej Rybicki:

Through the Looking-Glass to the Möbius Strip 272-280

Volume 16

Number 1 (January 2009)


Remarks on the Proton Structure 1-21

Peter Enders:

Towards the Unity of Classical Physics 22-44

V. Barrera-Figueroa, J. Sosa-Pedroza, J. López-Bonilla:

The Pocklington Equation via Circuit Theory 45-69

Dan Wagner:

Lorentz Contraction relative to Fresnel dragged reference frame explains Solid-State Michelson-Morley Experiment Null Result 70-81

Jaroslav Hynecek:

Simple Thought Experiments that Falsify the Einstein's Weak Equivalence Principle 82-95

Robert J. Buenker:

Simultaneity and the Constancy of the Speed of Light: Normalization of Space-time Vectors in the Lorentz Transformation 96-146

Number 2 (April 2009)

L.A. Glinka:

On some Consequences of the Snyder-Sidharth Deformation of Special Relativity 147-160

Juan Casado Giménez:

Modeling The Expansion Of The Universe By A Steady Flow Of Space-Time 161-178

J. E. F. Araújo, J. L. Cordovil, J. R. Croca, R. N. Moreira and A. R. da Silva:

A Causal and Local Interpretation of Experimental Realization of Wheeler's Delayed-choice Gedanken Experiment 179-190

Dan Solomon:

An interesting result concerning the lower bound to the energy in the Heisenberg picture 191-202

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Robert J. Buenker

On the Asymmetry in Relativistic Doppler Shifts Caused by Time Dilation: Proposed Two-way Experiment 203-224


Pushkar Ganesh Vaidya:

Stardust Findings - Implications for Panspermia 225-228

Number 3 (July 2009)

A.J.S. Capistrano, P.I. Odon:

The Dark Universe Riddle 229-304

Jorge Guala-Valverde, Andrija S. Radovic:

New Theorem in Motional Electrodynamics 305-312

Dan Wagner:

Lorentz Driven Density Increase Results in Higher Refractive Index and Greater Fresnel Drag 313-322

Reginald T. Cahill:

Unraveling the Dark Matter - Dark Energy Paradigm 323-375

Dan Solomon:

The Heisenberg versus the Schrödinger picture and the problem of gauge invariance 376-407

Stephan Gift:

Separating Equivalent Space-Time Theories 408-417

Volodymyr Krasnoholovets:

On microscopic interpretation of phenomena predicted by the formalism of general relativity 418-438

J. H. Caltenco, Eduardo Cisneros, R. Linares, J. López-Bonilla, R. Peña-Rivero:

Electromagnetic Couplings in Unshielded Twisted Pairs 439-454

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Ezzat G. Bakhoum

On the Relativistic Principle of Time Dilation 455-462


Pushkar Ganesh Vaidya:

Critique on Vindication of Panspermia 463-474

Number 4 (October 2009)

Robert A. Stone, Jr.:

The 4-p Quantization of Fundamental Particle Mass 475-484

B.S. Lakshmi:

On a Modified Klein-Gordon Equation 485-491

J.P. Singh:

Quantum Entanglement through Quaternions 491-502

T.E. Phipps, Jr.:

The Sherwin-Rawcliffe Experiment - Evidence for Instant Action-at-a-distance 503-515

G.G. Nyambuya:

General Spin Dirac Equation 516-531

François Goy:

On the Sagnac effect for massive particles and some of its epistemological consequences 532-541

Francisco J. Gallegos-Funes, Margarita E. Gómez-Mayorga, José Luis Lopez-Bonilla, Rene Cruz-Santiago:

Rank M-Type Radial Basis Function (RMRBF) Neural Network for Pap Smear Microscopic Image Classification 542-554

Peter Enders:

Are there physical systems obeying the Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics? 542-554

Volume 15

Number 1 (January 2008)

Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya:

Unified Field Theory - Paper II 1-24

Richard Benish:

Space Generation Model of Gravitation and the Large Numbers Coincidences 25-48

Nicolae Mazilu:

Mechanical Problem of Ether 49-77

Munish Rattan, Manjeet Singh Patterh, B.S. Sohi:

Antenna Array Optimization using Evolutionary Approaches 78-93

C. P. Viazminsky:

Tangible Grounds for Lorentz and Generalized Lorentz Transformations 94-122

Number 2 (April 2008)

E. Comay:

Mathematical Constraints on Gauge in Maxwellian Electrodynamics 123-138

Laszlo A. Marosi:

Influence of the Soup-Bubble Structure on the Stability of a Static, Flat Universe Consisting of Matter and a Repulsive with 1/R Decaying Scalar Fields 139-155

Ian McCausland:

A Question of Relativity 156-168

Maciej Rybicki:

Doppler Effect in Absolute Spacetime: Proposal for a New TDE Experiment 169-177

Dan Solomon:

Some New Results Concerning the QFT Vacuum in the Heisenberg Picture 178-186

Oscar Sotolongo-Costa, R. Gamez, F. Luzón, A. Posadas, & Pablo Weigandt Beckmann:

Non Extensivity in Meteor Showers 187-201

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Jorge Guala-Valverde & Ricardo Achilles:

A Manifest Failure of Grassmann's Force 202-205

Number 3 (July 2008)

Krzysztof Rebilas:

Derivation of the Relativistic Momentum and Relativistic Equation of Motion from Newton's Second Law and Minkowskian Space-Time Geometry 206-221

Richard Benish:

Light and Clock Behavior in the Space Generation Model of Gravitation 222-234

Gérard Berger:

An Alternative Theory of Gravitation, Derived from the Fatio-Le Sage Theory 235-253

Robert J. Buenker:

The Global Positioning System and the Lorentz Transformation 254-269

Maciej Rybicki:

Critical Analysis of Special Relativity in Reference to the Energy Transformation 270-293

Pharis Williams:

New Time Dependent Gravity Displays Dark Matter and Dark Energy Effects 294-313

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Jorge Guala-Valverde & Ricardo Achilles:

Ampère: The Avis Phoenix of Electrodynamics 314-324


José Francisco García Juliá:

Simple Considerations on the Cosmological Redshift 325-337

Robert J. Buenker:

Huygens' Principle and the Computation of the Light Trajectory for the Gravitational Displacement of Star Images 338-357

Number 4 (October 2008)

E.P.J. de Haas:

Biquaternion Formulation of Relativistic Tensor Dynamics 358-381

Robert J. Buenker:

Gravitational and Kinetic Scaling of Physical Units 382-413

Matthew R. Edwards:

Further Evidence of Photon-Graviton Recycling in White Dwarf Luminosities 414-432

D.L. Khokhlov:

On the Speed of the Electromagnetic Wave 433-439

Maurizio Michelini:

The Common Physical Origin of the Gravitational, Strong and Weak Forces 440-464

Maciej Rybicki:

Cosmological Origin of the Gravitational Constant 465-480

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T.E. Phipps, Jr.:

Universal Invariance: A Novel View of Relativistic Physics 481-508


Robert J. Buenker:

Extension of Schiff's Gravitational Scaling Method to Compute the Precession of Mercury's Perihelion 509-533

T.E. Phipps, Jr.:

Fibonacci and Continued Fractions 534-550

Volume 14

Number 1 (January 2007)

E. Comay:

The Yukawa Lagrangian Density is Inconsistent with the Hamiltonian 1-11

S.A. Belozerov:

Fallacies regarding the principle of relativity, slow clock transport and Marinov’s experiment 12-30

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H. Montgomery:

Some Comments on J. Guala-Valverde’s Experiments on Unipolar Induction 31-46

J. Guala-Valverde:

Again on Motional EM Induction: Reply to H. Montgomery 47-49

Number 2 (April 2007)

E. Comay:

The Significance of Density in the Structure of Quantum Theories 50-64

Maurizio Michelini:

A Flux of Micro Quanta Explains Relativistic Mechanics and the Gravitational Interaction 65-94

Daniele Russo:

Stellar Aberration: the Contradiction between Einstein and Bradley 95-112

M.I. Sanduk:

Does the Three Wave Hypothesis Imply a Hidden Structure? 113-125

R.E.S. Watson:

An Example 4-Geon 126-147

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J.M. Kerr:

Predictions of Experimental Results from a Gravity Theory 148-152

Number 3 (July 2007)

Saibal Ray:

Lorentz's Electromagnetic Mass: A Clue for Unification? 153-168

R. Achilles & J. Guala-Valverde:

Action at a Distance: A Key to Homopolar Induction 169-183

B. Buonaura:

Electromagnetic Waves, Inertial Transformations and Compton Effect 184-213

Matthew R. Edwards:

Photon-Graviton Recycling as Cause of Gravitation 214-233

Ross McPherson:

Stoney Scale and Large Number Coincidences 234-265

Maciej Rybicki:

Energy Flow as the Cause of Inertia 266-269

Ali Rıza Şahin:

A New Approach to General Relativity 270-287


Amitabha Ghosh:

On the Annual and Diurnal Variations of the Anomalous Acceleration of Pioneer 10 288-299

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Thomas E. Phipps, Jr.:

Twin Paradoxes 300-319

Number 4 (October 2007)

Golden Gadzirayi Nyambuya:

Unified Field Theory - Paper I 320-361

Richard Benish:

Laboratory Test of a Class of Gravity Models 362-378

Forrest Bishop:

The Fine-structure Constant and Some Relationships Between the Electromagnetic Wave Constants 379-384

Sergey G. Fedosin:

Electromagnetic and Gravitational Pictures of the World 385-413

Robert E Galloway:

Refracting Saddle Wave Model of Stable Fundamental Particles 414-434

N. Hamdan, A.K. Hariri, J. López-Bonilla:

Derivation of Einstein’s Equation, E = mc2, from the Classical Force Laws 435-453

Maciej Rybicki:

Length Contraction on Rotating Disc: an Argument for the Lorentzian Approach to Relativity 454-463

Krzysztof Rebilas:

Alternative Method of Developing Maxwell's fields 464-480

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Lance McCarthy:

Understanding the Retardation of the Returned Astronaut’s Clock and GPS Clocks Using the Physical Behaviour of Moving Light Clocks 481-511

Volume 13

Number 1 (January 2006)

Peter J. Fimmel:

Low Energy Nuclear Reactions and Sub-Barrier Neutron Transfers 1-16

Peter M. Hansen:

Redshift Components of Apparent Quasar-Galaxy Associations: A Parametric Model 17-33

M. Bautista-Moedano and J.L. Lopez-Bonilla:

Matrix elements for the Coulomb interaction 34-42

C. Johan Masreliez:

On the Origin of Inertial Force 43-77

Bernhard Rothenstein, Stefan Popescu and George J. Spix:

Illustrating Einstein's Special Relativity: A relativistic diagram that displays in true values the components of a four vector 78-101


Jirí Stávek:

Evolution of Self-Organized Photon Waves  102-117

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José Luis Junquera Fernández-Díez:

The Sliding Rods Paradox 118-128

Number 2 (April 2006)

C.I. Christov:

Hidden in Plain View: The Material Invariance of Maxwell-Hertz-Lorentz Electrodynamics 129-161

E. Comay:

Theoretical Errors in Contemporary Physics 162-195

J. López-Bonilla, E. Ramírez-García :

Lanczos invariant as an important element in Riemannian 4-spaces 196-205

D.F. Roscoe:

Maxwell’s Equations: New Light on Old Problems 206-239

Dan Solomon:

The stability of the QED vacuum in the temporal gauge 240-269

J. Sosa-Pedroza, V. Barrera-Figueroa, J. López-Bonilla:

Pocklington equation method versus curved segments technique for the numerical study of circular antennas 270-283

J. Sosa-Pedroza, A. Lucas-Bravo, J. López-Bonilla:

Cross antenna: An experimental and numerical analysis 284-283


M. Harney:

The Cosmological-Redshift Explained by the Intersection of Hubble Spheres 298-306

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Valery P. Dmitriyev:

E = mc2 in the Turbulent Ether 307-310

S. Baune:

Theory of Special Relativity vs. Preferred Referance Frame Theory: Update 311-315

Number 3 (July 2006)

Hans J. Fahr and Michael Heyl:

Universes with constant total energy: do they solve important cosmological problems? 321-343

Yoël Lana-Renault:

Aspin” Bubbles: Mechanical Project for the Unification of the Forces of Nature 344-374

A. Zúñiga-Segundo, M. A. Arvizu-Coyotzi, J.L. López-Bonilla, and B.E. Carvajal-Gámez:

Light Beam Propagation in a Photorefractive Environment: Beam-Fanning Effect and Amplification of Weak Beams 375-390


Daniele Russo:

A Critical Analysis of Special Relativity in Light of Lorentz’s and Michelson’s Ideas 391-448

Number 4 (October 2006)

A.B. Van Oosten:

Covariance of the Schroedinger Equation under Low Velocity Boosts 449-454

Michael Harney:

A Method Of Triangulating Point Sources Using Omnidirectional Sensors 455-461

Ali Rıza Şahin:

Einstein Equations for Tetrad Fields 462-470

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A. Lopez-Ramos:

Theoretical Distinction between Relativistic Theories 471-486

Volume 12

Number 1 (January 2005)

Vladimir Yershov:

Dualism of spacetime as the origin of the fermion mass hierarchy 1-25

E. Comay:

Further difficulties with the Klein-Gordon equation 26-46

Nizar Hamdan:

Derivation of the relativistic Doppler effect from the Lorentz force 47-61

Alexander G. Kyriakos:

The massive neutrino-like particle of the non-linear electromagnetic field theory 62-88

C. Johan Masreliez:

Scale Expanding Cosmos IV

A possible link between general relativity and quantum mechanics 89-121

Bernard Rothenstein, Ioan Damian, Corina Nafornita:

Relativistic Doppler effect free of "plane wave" and "very high" frequency assumptions  122-135


Thomas E. Phipps, Jr.:

Testing relativity theory for one-way light propagation  135-143

Number 2 (April 2005)

Reg Cahill:

Gravitation, the 'Dark Matter' Effect and the Fine Structure Constant 144-177

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

On the Relativistic Transformation of Force 178-200

K.J. Oyewumi, C.O. Akoshile, T.T. Ibrahim, D.A. Ajadi:

The WKBJ Wavefunctions in the Classically Forbidden Region: the Connection Formulae 201-216

Y.P Varshni, J. Talbot:

Ton 202 as a Star 217-227

Juan J. Schulz-Poquet:

An Astronomical Test for the Second Postulate of the Special Theory of Relativity 228-255


Abdul Malek:

Ambartsumian, Arp and the Breeding Galaxies  256-271

Number 3 (July 2005)

Oded Bar-On:

Time-Asymmetric Relativity 256-273

Nizar Hamdan:

A Dynamic Approach to De Broglie's Theory 274-290

S.E. Bloomer and J. Dunning-Davies:

Black Holes, Other Exotic Stars and Conventional Wisdom 291-308

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

On "Hidden Momentum" of Magnetic Dipoles 309-329

Alexander Kozynchenko:

The Role of Retarded Momentum and Spin in Explaining the Meissner Effect and Other Electrodynamic Phenomena 330-350


J. Guala-Valverde, R. Achilles, R. Blas:

Inertial Mass: a Changing Entity  351-352

Number 4 (October 2005)

Bernhard Rothenstein and Ioan Damian:

Photographing a Time Interval 353-362

J.L. Lopez-Bonilla, J. Sosa-Pedroza, S. Vidal-Beltran:

A Necessary Algebraic Condition for R4 Embedded into E5 363-370

M. Acevedo, J.L. Lopez-Bonilla, M. Sanchez-Meraz:

Quaternions, Maxwell Equations and Lorentz Transformations 371-384

S. Baune:

Theory of Special Relativity vs. Preferred Reference Frame Theory 385-392


A. Rangel-Merino, J.L. Lopez-Bonilla, R. Linares y Miranda:

Optimization Method based on Genetic Algorithms  393-408

J. Guala-Valverde, R. Blas, M. Blas:

"Non Local Motional EM Induction" 409-418

Volume 11

Number 1 (January 2004)

Reginald T. Cahill:

Gravity as Quantum Foam In-Flow

Reginald T. Cahill:

Absolute Motion and Gravitational Effects

V. Christianto:

A Cantorian Superfluid Vortex and the Quantization of Planetary Motion

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

Do We Understand the Field Transformations in Classical Electrodynamics?

Jiří Stávek:

Diffusion of Individual Brownian Particles through Young's Double Slits

Peter G. Bass:


A New Theory. Further Kinetics of Gravitational Motion

Peter G. Bass:


A New Theory. Generation of the Gravitational Potential and the Time Dilation Effect


Franco Selleri:

Recovering the Lorentz Ether

Number 2 (April 2004)

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

The Faraday Induction Law in Covariant Ether Theories

Calin Galeriu:

A Derivation of Two Homogeneous Maxwell Equations

W. Engelhardt:

On the Relativistic Transformation of Electromagnetic Fields

J. Guala- Valverde:

Comments on Montgomery's Paper on Electrodynamics

Alexander G. Kyriakos:

An Electromagnetic Form of the Dirac Electron Theory

George P. Shpenkov:

Conjugate Fields and Symmetries


Jiří Stávek:

Diffusion of Self-Organized Brownian Particles in the Michelson-Morley Experiment

Number 3 (July  2004)

E. Comay:

Difficulties with the Klein-Gordon Equation

A. Laidlaw:

On the Electromagnetic Basis for Gravity

Alexander G. Kyriakos:

The Dirac Electron Theory as an Approximation of Nonlinear Electrodynamics

V. Christianto:

Comparison of Predictions of Planetary Quantization and Implications of the Sedna Findings

C. Johan Masreliez:

Scale Expanding Cosmos Theory I

An Introduction


A.M. Selvam:

Quantumlike Chaos in the Frequency Distributions of Bases A, C, G, T in Human Chromosome1 DNA

Number 4 (October  2004)

C. Johan Masreliez:

Scale Expanding Cosmos Theory

Cosmic Drag

C. Johan Masreliez:

Scale Expanding Cosmos Theory


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Douglas Mora:

An Experiment to Test the Galilean Principle of Relativity


Jacques Moret-Bailly:

Some Fundamental Problems in the Physics of the 20th Century

Volume 10

Number 1 (January 2003)

Calin Galeriu:

Addition of velocities and electromagnetic interaction: geometrical derivations using 3D Minkowski diagrams

William Gaede:

What is an Object?

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

On the Non-Invariance of the Faraday Law of Induction


Constantin Antonopoulos:

A Bang into Nowhere: comments on the Universe expansion theory

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Tom Van Flandern:

What the Global Positioning System Tells US about the Twin's Paradox

Number 2 (April 2003)

E. Comay:

Remarks on Photon-Hadron Interactions

Reginald T. Cahill and Kirsty Kitto:

Michelson-Morley Experiments Revisited and the Cosmic Background Radiation Preferred Frame

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

The Faraday Induction Law and Field Transformations in Special Relativity

Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

Remarks on the Causality Principle (comment on a previous paper)

Vladimir Onoochin:

On the Unambiguity of the Solution of the Inhomogeneous Wave Equation


Abdul Malek:

The Cosmic Gamma-Ray Halo

New Imperative for a Dialectical Perspective of the Universe

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Tom Van Flandern:

Does Gravity Have Inertia?

Number 3 (July 2003)

Jiří Stávek:

Diffusion Action of Chemical Waves

Oscar Sotolongo-Costa and Jesus San-Martin:

P-adic Properties of Time in the Bernoulli Map

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Alexander L. Kholmetskii:

The Twin Paradox in Special Relativity and in Lorentz Ether Theory


V. Christianto:

The Cantorian Superfluid Vortex Hypothesis

Number 4 (October2003)

A.M. Selvam:

Signatures of Quantum-like Chaos in Dow-Jones Index

W. Engelhardt:

Relativistic Doppler Effect and the Principle of Relativity

Peter G. Bass:

The Special Theory of Relativity--A Classical Approach

Peter G. Bass:

Gravitation: A New Theory

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Tom Van Flandern:

Lorentz Contraction

Volume 9

Number 1 (January 2002)

A. Laidlaw:

Some Advantages of a Local Realist, 3D Wave Soliton Approach to EPR

J.H. Caltenco, J. López-Bonilla, G. Ovando and J.M. Rivera:

Lanczos Superpotential for Kinnersley Spacetimes

J. López Bonilla, J. Sosa Pedroza, M.A. Acevedo M.:

Inactive Portion of the Radiative Part of the Liénard-Wiechert Field

Number 2 (April 2002)

A. M. Selvam:

Cantorian Fractal Space-Time Fluctuations in Turbulent Fluid Flows and the Kinetic Theory of Gases

Rajan Dogra:

A New Proposal Combining Quantum Mechanics and the Special Theory of Relativity

Gerhard Wolfgang Bruhn:

Does Radioactivity Correlate with the Annual Orbit of Earth around Sun?

Eckhard Dieter Falkenberg:

Reply to “Does Radioactivity Correlate with the Annual Orbit of Earth around Sun?” by G. W. Bruhn

Amir H. Abbassi and Amir M. Abbassi:

Relational Relativity

J. H. Caltenco, R. Linares & M.J. López-Bonilla:

Surfaces of Constant Retarded Distance and Radiation Coordinates

The Ephemeris

Tom Van Flandern:

The Top 30 Problems with the Big Bang

Number 3 (July 2002)

A.H. Abbassi, S. Gharanfoli and A.M. Abbassi:

General Spherically Symmetric Solutions of Einstein Vacuum Field Equations with Lambda

J. López-Bonilla,, J. Morales and G. Ovando:

Darboux Transformations and Isospectral Potentials in Quantum Mechanics

C. Wolf:

Anomalous Statistics and the Rescaling of Planck's-Constant

A.G. Syromyatnikov:

Role of Earth’s Rotation in Experiments to Detect Neutrino Mass

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Tom Van Flandern:

A Universe older than itself?

Number 4 (October 2002)

Yu. A. Baurov:

The Neutrino: What is it?

Horace R. Drew:

A Periodic Structural Model for the Electron Can Calculate its Intrinsic Properties to an Accuracy of Second or Third Order

Úlpio Nascimento:

Searching for Earth's Trajectory in the Cosmos

George P. Shpenkov and Leonid G. Kreidik:

Discrete Configuration of Probability of Occurrence of Events in Wave Spaces

A. M. Selvam:

Quantumlike Chaos in the Frequency Distributions of the Bases A, C. G, T in Drosophilia DNA

Volume 8

Number 1 (January 2001)

Marcos Cesar Danhoni Neves:

De Imenso,De Minimo and De Infinito: Giordano Bruno’s Micro and Infinite Universe and the “A-centric Labyrinth” of Modern Cosmology and its Philosophical Constraints

Galina Granek:

Poincaré’s Ether:

A. Why did Poincaré retain the ether?

Galina Granek:

Poincaré’s Ether: B. What characterizes Poincaré’s ether?

A.L. Kholmetskii:

Remarks on the Correspondence of the Relativity and Causality Principles

Vladimir Onoochin:

Comment on the paper by A.L. Kholmetskii “Remarks on the Correspondence of the Relativity and Causality Principles”

Mario Nanni:

Gravitational Differences of a Chemical Nature

Rumen I. Tzonchev and Andrew E. Chubykalo:

Comment on “Dependence of Gravitational Action on Chemical Composition: New Series of Experiments” by M. Nanni (Apeiron 7, p.195, 2000)

H.C.G. Caldas and P.R. Silva:

Spreading of Wave Packets, Uncertainly Relations and the de Broglie Frequency

Fred H. Thaheld:

A Preliminary Indication of Controllable Biological Quantum Nonlocality?

Number 2 (April 2001)

Valery P. Dmitriyev

Mechanical Analogy for the Wave-Particle: Helix on a Vortex Filament

Eckhard Dieter Falkenberg

Radioactive Decay Caused by Neutrinos?

Galina Granek

Poincaré’s Ether: C. Conventionalism Revisited

Galina Granek

Einstein’s Ether: D. Rotational Motion of the Earth

A.L. Kholmetskii

Is the Theory of Relativity Self-Consistent?

Pharis E. Williams

Using the Hubble Telescope to Determine the Split of a Cosmological Object’s Redshift into its Gravitational and Distance Parts

Number 3 (July 2001)

Valery P. Dmitriyev

Mechanical Interpretation of the Klein-Gordon Equation

Galina Granek

Einstein’s Ether: E. Annual Motion of the Earth

Galina Granek

Einstein’s Ether: F. Why did Einstein Come Back to the Ether?

A.M. Selvam

Quantum-like Chaos in Prime Number Distribution and in Turbulent Fluid Flows

Tuomo Suntola

Celestial Mechanics in Spherical Space

C. Wolf

Polarization Rotation Over Cosmological Distances as a Probe to New Physics

Tuomo Suntola

New Cosmology Model Shows Relativity in Universal Time and Distant Observations in Euclidean Geometry


Jorge Guale Valverde:

A new Theorem in Relational Mechanics

Giuseppe Antoni & Umberto Bartocci:

A Simple "Classical" Interpretation of Fizeau's Experiment

Number 4 (October 2001)

Raúl A. Rapacioli

More on the Claimed Identity Between Inertial Mass and Gravitational Mass

A.M. Selvam

Signatures of Quantum-like Chaos in Spacing Intervals of Non-trivial Riemann Zeta Zeros and in Turbulent Fluid Flows

Jorge Guala-Valverde and Pedro Mazzoni

The Unipolar Dynamotor: A Genuine Relational Engine

Fred Thaheld

Proposed Experiments to Determine if There is a Connection Between Biological Nonlocality and Consciousness

Volume 7

Numbers 1-2 (January-April 2000)

Myron Evans (Guest Editor)

The New Electrodynamics (1-2)

Terence W. Barrett

Topology and the Physical Properties of Electromagnetic Fields (3-11)

L.B. Crowell

Nonabelian Electrodynamics and SU(2) ´  SU(2) Electroweak Theory in LEP1 Data on Z Particle Production (12-13)

Myron Evans

On the Application of the Lorentz Transformation in O(3) Electrodynamics (14-16)

Geoffrey Hunter

The B(3) Field Controversy (17-28)

Myron Evans

O(3) Electrodynamics:A Second Reply to Hunter (29-32)

Edward Kapuścik

Non-Lorentzian Gauge Fields in Maxwell Electrodynamics (33-37)

V.A. Kuligin, G.A. Kuligina, M.V. Korneva

Analysis of the Lorenz Gauge (38-52)

Bo Lehnert, Sisir Roy, Arkaprabha Deb

An Extended Electromagnetic Theory (53-58)

Héctor A. Múnera, Octavio Guzmán

Explicit Examples of Free-Space Non-Planar Electromagnetic Waves Containing Magnetic Scalar Potentials (59-66)

Héctor A. Múnera

An Electromagnetic Force Containing Two New Terms: Derivation from a 4D-Aether (67-75)

José L. Trueba, Antonio F. Rañada

Helicity in Classical Electrodynamics and its Topological Quantization (83-88)

A.A Cyrenika

Principles of Emission Theory (89-106)


T.E. Phipps,Jr.: Generalized Total Time Derivatives; Editorial Comment by Edward Kapuscik; Reviews: Sisir Roy: Statistical Geometry and Applications to Microphysics and Cosmology (reviewed by John Guillory); A.K.T. Assis: Relational Mechanics (reviewed by T.E. Phipps,Jr., Andrei Chubykalo) (107-115)

@ issue (115-130)

Numbers 3-4 (July-October 2000)

A.K.T. Assis and J. Guala-Valverde

Mass in Relational Mechanics (131-132)

Vittorio Banfi

Prime Integrals in Relativistic Celestial Mechanics (133-142)

D.G. Carpenter:

A Compensating Term for the ‘Side Force Component’ Term in the Barometric Equation (143-147)

D.G. Carpenter

Replacement of the Euler Fluid and Navier-Stokes Equations (148-154)

David Dameron

Flux Leakage Tests for the Marinov Motor (155-160)

Valeri P. Dmitriyev

Towards a Mechanical Analogy of a Quantum Particle: Turbulent Advection of a Fluid Discontinuity and Schroedinger Mechanics (161-172)

Valeri P. Dmitriyev

Mechanical Analogies for the Lorenz Gauge, Particles and Antiparticles (173-183)

Ph.M. Kanarev

Model of the Electron (184-194)

Mario Nanni

Dependence of Gravitational Action on Chemical Composition: New Series of Experiments (195-201)

Fred H. Thaheld

Proposed experiment to determine if there are EPR nonlocal correlations between two neuron transistors (202-206)

C. Wolf

The Inequivalence of Haldane Statistics and the Ambiguous Statistics of Medvedev (207-212)


G. Galeczki:

The Locally Induced Electric Field 

H.R. Drew:

If There Is No Thomas Precession, What Then? (213-224)

@ issue (225-244)

Volume 6

Numbers 1-2 (January-April 1999)

Pierre Hillion:

The Wilsons’ Experiment (1-8)

Christopher G. Jesudason:

Time's Arrow, Detail Balance,Onsager Reciprocity and Mechanical Reversibility: I. Basic Considerations (9-24)

S. H. Kim:

Validity of Quantum Wiggler Electrodynamics Based on Analysis of the First Free-Electron Laser and Radiation in the First Smith-Purcell Configuration? (25-43)

Emilio S. Corchero & Enrique Santos-Leal:

Anisotropic Velocity Distribution in the Solar Plasma: Solution to the Neutrino Problem? (45-54)

V.N. Strel’tsov:

On the Lorentz-Covariant Theory of Gravity (55-62)

Klaus Volkamer & Christoph Streicher:

Experimental Evidence of a New Type of Quantized Matter with Quanta as Integer Multiples of the Planck Mass (63-82)

C. Wolf:

Quantum Correlations and Non-Locality as a Consequence of the Connectivity of Random Graphs (83-88)

Yong-Gwan Yi:

Optical Approach to Gravitational Redshift (89-106)

Amitabha Ghosh & Soumitro Banerjee:

Velocity Dependent Inertial Induction: Explanation of the Observed Anomalous Acceleration of Spacecraft (107-110)


George Galeczki:

Space is 3-Dimensional;

Junichiro Fukai:

Review of Weber’s Electrodynamics by A.K.T. Assis

Tom Van Flandern:

Review of Seeing Red by Halton Arp

Howard Hayden:

Review of Open Questions in Relativistic Physics, edited by Franco Selleri (111-122)

Ex Libris:

Discussion of Seeing Red by Horace R. Drew,Matthew R. Edwards,Thomas E. Phipps,Jr., Jim Wright

Discussion of Open Questions in Relativistic Physics by Myron Evans (123-132)

@ issue (133-149)

Numbers 3-4 (July-October 1999)

J.R. Croca:

The Uncertainty Relations (151-165)

Louis Groarke & LeRoy Pazdernik:

Has an Experimental Violation of Bohr’s Complementary Principle been Observed? (16-171)

Christopher G. Jesudason:

Time’s Arrow, Detail Balance, Onsager Reciprocity and Mechanical Reversibility: II. Thermodynamical Illustrations (172-185)

R. Muradian, S. Carneiro, R. Marques:

Radius-Mass Scaling Laws for Celestial Bodies (186-190)

E. Santos Corchero:

Relativistic Stars with Local Anisotropy:A Vindication of Einstein’s Second Heresy (191-198)

V.N. Strel’tsov:

Gravitational Charge in Newton’s and Einstein’s Theories (199-201)

Jorge Guala-Valverde:

Inertial Mass in Mach-Weber-Assis Theory (202-204)

Yong-Gwan Yi:

On the Nature of Relativistic Phenomena (205-216)

C. Wolf:

Spectral Distribution of Photons Admitting Ambiguous Statistics (217-221)

Petar K. Anastasovski et al.:

Link between the Non-Abelian Stokes Theorem and the B Cyclic Theorem (222-226)

Valeri V. Dvoeglazov:

Speculations on the Evans-Comay Discussion (227-232)

E. Comay:

A Reply to V.V. Dvoeglazov (233-236)


J.P. Wesley: A theorem and proof for the total time derivative of a vector field as seen by a moving point

Nuclear Transmutation: The Reality of Cold Fusion by Tadahiko Mizuno (reviewed by T.E. Phipps, Jr.)

Relativité et Substratum Cosmique by Joseph Levy (reviewed by Paul Marmet)

Extended Electromagnetic Theory-Space-Charge in Vacuo and the Rest Mass of the Photon. By B. Lehnert and S. Roy (reviewed by Stanley Jeffers) (237-243)

@ issue (243-254)

Volume 5

Numbers 1-2 (January-April 1998)

R.H. Dishington:

The Conservation Law (1-21)

Jiang Chun-xuan:

On the Limit for the Periodic Table of the Elements (21-24)

Marcel Luttgens:

Newton vs. Einstein (25-30)

Jacques Moret-Bailly:

Can Astronomers Observe a Difference between a Doppler Effect and Coherent Parametric Raman Scattering? (31-36)

Héctor A. Múnera:

Michelson-Morley Experiments Revisited: , Consistency Among Different Experiments,and Compatibility with Absolute Space (37-54)

V.N. Strel’tsov:

Nonconservation of Charge and Energy as Consequences of Contracted Length Noncovariance (55-58)

K.B. Ranger:

Arbitrary Motion of a Viscous Incompressible Fluid (59-68)

V.V. Dvoeglazov:

Historical Note on Relativistic Theories of Electromagnetism (69-88)


J.P. Wesley: Induction Produces Aharonov-Bohm Effect;

P. Hillion: Review of Retardation and Relativity by Oleg D. Jefimenko (89-100)

@ issue (101-134)

Number 3-4 (July-October 1998)

Halton C. Arp:

Evolution of Quasars into Galaxies and its Implications for the Birth and Evolution of Matter (135-142)

H.-H. v. Borzeszkowski & H.-J. Treder

Mach’s Principle Could Save the Gravitons (143-150)

J. O. Campbell

Black Holes – Fact or Fiction? (151-156)

Matthew R. Edwards

Evidence of a Cosmological Matter and Energy Cycle (157-164)

M.W. Evans & L.B. Crowell

Electron and Proton Spin Resonance Induced by Circularly Polarized Radiation: A Classical Derivation (165-168)

Héctor A. Múnera

Redshift in Absolute Space: Periodicity of Quasars and Other Cosmological Implications (169-180)

Úlpio Nascimento

On the Trail of Fresnel’s Search for an Ether Wind (181-192)

Thomas E. Phipps, Jr.:

Observations of the Marinov Motor (193-208)

V.N. Strel’tsov

Interval in the Theory of Relativity (209-212)

Hartmut Traunmüller

Measuring Time and other Spatio-Temporal Quantities (213-218)

J. P Wesley

The Marinov Motor, Notional Induction without a Magnetic B Field (219-226)


Marcelo B. Ribeiro & Antonio A P. Videira: Dogmatism and Theoretical Pluralism in Modern Cosmology;

Thomas E. Phipps, Jr. In Memory: Chalmers W. Sherwin

Martin Kokus: Review of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity versus Classical Mechanics by Paul Marmet227-238)

@ issue (239-256)

Volume 4

Number 1 (January 1997)

Mario Nanni:

Simple Experiments to Test the Dependence of Gravitational Action on Chemical Composition (1-6)

E. Recami, P. Ammiraju, H.E. Hernández, L.C. Kretly and W.A. Rodrigues, Jr.:

Elementary Particles as Micro-Universes: A Geometric Approach to "Strong Gravity" (7-15)

Cynthia Kolb Whitney:

A Quantum of Light Shed on Classical Potentials and Fields (16-21)

R.G. Zaripov:

On the Energy-Inertial Mass Relation: I. Dynamical Aspects (22-25)


H. R. Drew:
On The Nature of Things as Seen in the Late 20th Century


Role of Fundamental Astronomy in a Renaissence of Science (26-32)

@ issue (G. Walton, L. Szego & P. F. Ofner, D. H. Deutsch) (33-34)

Number 2-3 (April-July 1997)

Special Issue: The B(3) Field: Beyond Maxwell Guest Editor: Myron W. Evans

Myron W. Evans:

Introduction (35-37)

Andrew A. Chubykalo:

The Role of "Action-at-a-Distance" in the Electro-Magnetic Field Radiation Produced by an Accelerated Charge (38-40)

José R. Croca:

Laboratory-Scale Test of de Broglie's Tired-Photon Mode (41-44)

Valeri V. Dvoeglazov & Myron W. Evans:

Toward an Understanding of Electromagnetic Phenomena (45-47)

Myron W. Evans:

Helicity and the Electromagnetic Field (48-54)


The Status of the Experimental Evidence for the B(3) Field (55-58)

Bo Lehnert & Sisir Roy:

Extended Electromagnetic Theory, Angular Momentum and the B(3) Field (59-62)

Héctor A. Múnera & Octavio Guzmán:

Magnetic Potentials, Longitudinal Currents, and Magnetic Properties of Vacuum: All Implicit in Maxwell's Equations (63-70)

Jean-Pierre Vigier:

Relativistic Interpretation (with Non-Zero Photon Mass) of the Small Ether Drift Velocity Detected by Michelson, Morley and Miller (71-76)

Héctor A. Múnera:

An Absolute Space Interpretation (with Non-Zero Photon Mass) of the Non-Null Results of Michelson-Morley and Similar Experiments: An Extension of Vigier's Proposal (77-79)

The Ephemeris:

Jenner Barretto Bastos Filho: Review of Evans/Vigier et al. The Enigmatic Photon; Thomas E. Phipps, Jr.: Why Do Clock Rates Lack Group Properties?; M.W. Evans: Rebuttal of M. Y. A. Raja et al.; P. Marquardt & G. Galeczki: Free Trade between Mass and Energy? (80-85)

@ issue

(Xu Shaozhi & Xu Xiangqun, Michael J. Strickland, H. R. Drew, G. Walton, Viv Pope, T. Frank Lee, Laszlo Szego & Peter F. Ofner, Thomas E. Phipps, Jr., Joseph J. Smulsky, M. W. Evans) (86-95)

Number 4 (October 1997)

Chang Yi-Fang

Possible Decrease of Entropy due to Internal Interactions in Isolated Systems (97-99)

Franco Selleri

Remarks on the Transformations of Space and Time (100-103)

Cynthia Kolb Whitney

The Twins, the Mesons, and the Paradox (104-113)

Milo Wolff

The Eight-fold Way of the Universe

R.G. Zaripov

On the Energy-Inertial Mass Relation: II. Kinematic and Geometrical Aspects (114-117)


Lawrence S. Myers: An Unheralded Giant of Geology: Warren Carey;

G. Galeczki & P. Marquardt: The Incompatibility Between Special Relativity and Particle Dynamics (118-124)

@ issue
(S.C. Tiwari, G. Walton, I.J. Good, Laszlo Szego & Peter F. Ofner, George Galeczki, Thomas E. Phipps, Jr., Xu Shaozhi & Xu Xiangqun, J.O. Campbell, J. P. Wesley, G. Galeczki and P. Marquardt, M. W. Evans) (125-134)

Volume 3

Number 1 (January 1996)

Bogdan Wszolek and Zbigniew Golda (Jagiellonian University Observatory, Krakow)

A Search for Infrared Emission from Extragalactic Clouds in the Sculptor Group of Galaxies (1-2)

V.S. Troitsky (Radiophysical Research Institute, Nizhny Novgorod )

On the Nature of the Redshift in the Standard Model of Cosmology (2-6)

V.A. Kuligin, G.A. Kuligina and M.V. Korneva (State University, Voronezh)

The Electromagnetic Mass of a Charged Particle (6-10)

S.X.K. Howusu (University of Jos, Nigeria)

Cosmological Redshift: an Experimental Detection of Gravitational Radiation (10-13)

P.F. Browne (UMIST)

The Æther, Inertia and Cosmology (14-16)


Tom Van Flandern (Metaresearch Institute, Chevy Chase, MD) Another Aftershock for the Big Bang (17)

@ issue (19-25)

Number 2 (April 1996)

Jacques Moret-Bailly (Universite de Bourgogne, Dijon)

Quantum Mechanics an Approximation of Classical(27-30)

Chi Yi-Fang (Yunnan University, Kunming)

Nonlinear Nature of Gravitational Waves (30-32)

C. Monstein (Freienbach, Switzerland) & J.P. Wesley (Blumberg, Germany)

Solar System Velocity from Muon Flux Anisotropy (33-37)

Hitoshi Kitada (University of Tokyo) & Lancelot R. Fletcher (Jersey City, New Jersey)

Local Time and the Unification of Physics (38-46)

Curt Renshaw (Alpharetta, Georgia)

Apparent Superluminal Jets as a Test of Special Relativity (46-49)


M.W. Evans ( YorkUniversity& Indian Statistical Institute)
Review of Erich Bagge, "World and Antiworld in Physical Reality"; George Galeczki (Köln) In Memoriam Nathan Rosen. (50-51)

@ issue ()

Number 3-4 (July-October 1996)

Jean-Claude Pecker (Collège de France, Paris)

In Memoriam Toivo Jaakkola (57-60)

Toivo Jaakkola (Tuorla Observatory, Finland)

Action-at-a-Distance and Local Action in Gravitation (61-75)

V.S. Troitskij (Radiophysical Institute, Nizhny Novgorod)

Observational Tests of the Standard Model (76-91)

J.P. Wesley (Blumberg, Germany)

Order versus Chaos in a Steady State Cosmology (92-98)

D.F. Roscoe (University of Sheffield, U.K.)

A Fractal Universe with Discrete Spatial Scales (99-107)

G. Galeczki and P. Marquardt (Society for the Advancement of Physics, Köln)

A Non-Expanding, Non-Relativistic Universe (108-112)

R. Prasad (London, U.K.)

A Non-Riemannian Universe (113-116)


T.E. Phipps, Jr.: Problems of Quantum Mechanics; George Galeczki: Seventieth Birthday of a Non-Effect: Thomas Precession (117-120)

@ issue (121-130)

Volume 2

Number 1 (January 1995)

Paul Marmet (University of Ottawa)

Origin of the 3 K Radiation (1-4)

P. Marquardt and G. Galeczki (University of Köln )

Action and Quantum Mechanics (5-15)

Wen-Xiu Li (University of Science and Technology of China)

On the Relativity of Lengths and Times (16-19)

The Ephemeris:

Tom Van Flandern (Meta Research) Did the Universe Have a Beginning? (20-24)

@ issue (correspondence, debate) (25-26)

Number 2 (April 1995)

J.P. Wesley (Blumberg, Germany)

Classical Quantum Theory (27-32)

G. Galeczki (University of Köln )

The "Aurau Question" and the de Broglie Wave (33-37)

Amitabha Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur)

Dynamical Inertial Induction and the Potential Energy Problem (38-40)


Halton C. Arp (Max-Planck-Institut für Astrophysik): New Light on Redshift Periodicities (41-46)

@ issue (correspondence, debate) (46-52)

Number 3 (July 1995)

Peter Huber (University of Heidelberg) and Toivo Jaakkola (Turku University Observatory)

The Static Universe of Walther Nernst (53-57)

Walther Nernst

Further Investigation of the Hypothesis of a Stationary Universe (58-71)

P.F. Browne (University ofManchester)

The Cosmological Views of Nernst: An Appraisal (72-78)

A.K.T. Assis (State University ofCampinas ) and M.C.D. Neves (State University of Maringa )

History of the 2.7 K Temperature Prior to Penzias and Wilson (79-87)


P.F. Browne (University of Manchester) de Sitter Cosmology Reinterpreted (88-91)

@ issue (correspondence, debate) (92-94)

Number 4 (October 1995)

Franco Selleri: Introduction (95-96)

"Fundamental Problems of Quantum Physics"

Asim O. Barut (University of Colorado) (97-98)

Jeffrey Bub (University of Maryland) (98-100)

Bernard d'Espagnat (University of Paris-South) (101)

Jenner Barretto Bastos Filho (Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil) (102-103)

Mendel Sachs (State University of New York at Buffalo) (104-108)

Emilio Santos (University of Cantabria, Spain) (108-111)

Franco Selleri (University of Bari, Italy) (112-113)

Jean-Pierre Vigier (University of Paris-Pierre and Marie Curie) (114-115)


T.E. Phipps, Jr. (Urbana, Ill.) An Essay in Science Criticism (116-118)

@ issue (correspondence, debate) (119-124)


Numbered Issues (1987-1994)

Nr. 18 (February 1994)

Toivo Jaakkola (Tuorla Observatory, Turku, Finland)

Radiative and Dynamical Implications of Electrogravity (1-5)

Peter Huber (Heidelberg University)

The Cosmological Redshift as a Virtual Effect of Gravitation (5-8)

H.E. Wilhelm (University of Utah)

Fitzgerald Contraction, Larmor Dilation, Lorentz Force, Particle Mass and Energy as Invariants of Galilean Electrodynamics (9-19)

Adolphe Martin (Longueuil, Quebec)

Light Signals in Galilean Relativity (20-25)

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Nr. 19 (June 1994)

S.H. Kim (University of Texas at Arlington)

A Non-Lorentzian Force Stronger than the Lorentz Force (1-5)

Constantin Antonopoulos (National Technological University of Athens)

The Semantics of Absolute Space (6-11)

Thomas E. Phipps, Jr. (Urbana, Illinois)

Stellar and Planetary Aberration (12-18)

P. Graneau (Northeastern University, Arlington) and A.K.T. Assis (University of Campinas, Brazil)

Kirchhoff on the Motion of Electricity in Conductors (19-25)

Peter F. Browne (University of Manchester)

Newtonian Cosmology with Renormalized Zero-Point Radiation (26-31)


Review of Peter and Neal Graneau: Newtonversus Einstein by Dennis P. Allen, Jr. (32)

@ issue ()

Nr. 20 (October 1994)

Martin Kokus (Hopewell, Pennsylvania)

Cosmological Coincidences (1-5)

P.F. Browne ( University of Manchester)

Universes , Black Holes and Elementary Particles (6-13)

Donald G. Carpenter (Colorado Tech)

Cosmology and Quantum Mechanical Unstable States for Helium (14-16)

P. Marquardt and G. Galeczki (University of Köln)

The Uncertainty Principle Revisited (17-20)

V.A. Kuligin, G.A. Kuligina and M.V. Korneva (University of Voronezh, Russia)

Epistemology and Special Relativity (21-25)

G. Galeczki (University of Köln)

Physical Laws and the Theory of Special Relativity (26-31)

T. Chang (University of Alabama, Huntsville)

A Formulation of the Gravitational Equation of Motion (32-35)


Robert Oldershaw (Amherst, Mass.)

Keeping Physics on Track (35-39)

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Nr. 15 (February 1993)

H.E. Wilhelm (University of Utah)

Galilei Covariant Electrodynamics of Moving Media with Applictions to the Experiments of Fizeau and Hoek (1-6)

S.X.K. Howusu (University of Jos, Nigeria)

The Confrontation between Relativity and the Principle of Reciprocal Action (7-9)

Henrik Broberg (Norwegian Telecom, Oslo)

On the Kinetic Origin of Mass (10-20)

@ issue (21-25)

Nr. 16 (June 1993)

C.I. Mocanu (Polytechnical Institute of Bucharest, Romania)

Is Thomas Rotation a Paradox? (1-8)

Zu Shaozhi and Xu Xiangqun (Beijing Control Device Research Institute)

On the Relativity of Simultaneity (8-11)

Martin Kokus ( Hopewell, PA) and A.O. Barut, University ofColorado)

Suggestion for Unifying Two Types of Quantized Redshift of Astronomical Bodies (11-13)

@ issue ()

Nr. 17 (October 1993)

Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois)

Ampere Tension and Newton's Laws (1-5)

Henry P. Dart, III (Tucson, Arizona)

A New Alternative to the Big Bang Theory (5-8)

S.X.K. Howusu (University of Jos, Nigeria)

General Mechanics of a Photon in the Gravitational Field of a Stationary Homogeneous Spherical Body (9-12)

S.H. Kim (University of Texasat Arlington)

Principle of Random Wave-Function Phase of the Final State in Free-Electron Emission in a Wiggler (13-17)

Robert L. Carroll (Summerville, SC)

The Black Hole (18-21)

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Nr. 12 (February 1992)

Zaman Akil (Kuwait City)

On the Constant of Gravitation (5-9)

André K.T. Assis (State University of Campinas, Brazil)

On Hubble's Law of Redshift, Olbers' Paradox and the Cosmic Background Radiation (10-16)

S.C. Tiwari (Banaras HinduUniversity, Varanasi, India)

The Nature of Time (17-20)

@ issue (correspondence, debate) (1-4)

Nr. 13 (June 1992)

Bogdan Wszolek (Jagiellonian University Observatory, Krakow)

Dust in the South Coma Void? (1-2)

André K.T. Assis (State University of Campinas, Brazil)

On the Absorption of Gravity (3-10)

D.F. Roscoe (University of Sheffield)

The Equivalence Principle as a Consequence of the Third Law (11-12)

Joop F. Nieland (Arles sur Tech, France)

Vacuum Refraction Theory of Gravitation (13-16)

H.E. Wilhelm (University of Utah)

Explanation of Anomalous Unipolar Induction in Corotating Conductor-Magnet Arrangements by Galilean Electrodynamics (17-23)

@ issue (correspondence, debate) (24-25)

Nr. 14 (October 1992)

Robert L. Carroll (Summerville, S.C.)

Physical Reality and Cosmology (1-2)

John W. Kierein (Ball Space Systems, Boulder CO)

A Mechanism for Particle Acceleration in Space Plasmas and for Planetary Mass Accretion (3-4)

Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois)

Lorentz Contraction of the Coulomb Field: An Experimental Proposal (5-11)

Joseph J. Smulsky (Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch)

When the Obstacles are Removed (12-14)

Peter Huber (Germanistisches Seminar, Heidelberg University)

Does the Velocity of Light Decrease? (15-17)

@ issue (18-21)


Nrs. 9-10 (Winter-Spring 1991)

Festschrift Vigier Introduction (i-vi)

Workshop Participants

Jean-Claude Pecker (College de France, Paris)

A Tribute to Jean-Pierre Vigier (1-3)

Konrad Rudnicki (Jagiellonian University Observatory, Krakow)

What are the Empirical Bases of the Hubble Law? (4-7)

William Napier (Royal Observatory, Edinburgh)

Crystal Spheres in Velocity Space? (8-17)

Halton Arp (Max-Planck-Institute,Munich)

How Non-Velocity Redshifts in Galaxies Depend on Epoch of Creation (18-29)

S.V.M. Clube (Astrophysics Department, Oxford University)

Mass Inflation as a Recurring Property of Matter in Astrophysical Situations (30-34))

Amitabha Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur)

Velocity Dependent Inertial Induction: A Possible Tired-Light Mechanism (35-44)

Paul Marmet (Physics Department, University of Ottawa)

A New Mechanism to Explain Observations Incompatible with the Big Bang (45-53)

David Roscoe (Department of Applied Mathematics, Sheffield University)

Gravity out of Inertia (54-61)

Henrik Broberg (Djursholm, Sweden)

Mass, Energy, Space (62-75)

Toivo Jaakkola (University Observatory, Helsinki)

Electrogravitational Coupling: Empirical and Theoretical Arguments (76-90)

Peter N. Kropotkin (Geological Institute, Academy of Sciences, Moscow)

The Perfect Cosmological Principle and the Hubble Effect (91-96)

Richard A. Waldron (Department of Mathematics, University of Ulster)

An Infinite Non-Expanding Universe in Dynamic Equilibrium (97)

Nr. 11 (Autumn 1991)

Witold Maciejewski (Jagiellonian University Observatory, Krakow)

Contrasts and Average Density in the Hierarchical Model of the Universe (7-8)

Alexey Shlenov (St. Petersburg, Russia)

Conservation of Energy in a Static Universe (9-12)

Paul Pesteil (Nice, France)

Numerical Analysis of Particle Masses (13-19)

@ issue (1-6)


Nr. 6 (Winter 1990)

Toivo Jaakkola ( Helsinki University Observatory)

On Reviving Tired Light (5-6)

Donald G. Carpenter (ColoradoTech)

Electron-Spin- Reversal Noise in the Gigahertz and TerahertzRangesas a Basis for Tired-Light Cosmology (7-11)

Jean-Claude Pecker (College de France)/Jean-Pierre Vigier (University of Paris)/Toivo Jaakkola (Helsinki University Observatory)

Spatial Fluctuation of the Hubble "Constant" (12-16) 

@ issue (1-4)

Nr. 7 (Summer 1990)

Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois)

To Seek the Truth in the Face of Authority (1-3)

R.A. Waldron (University of Ulster)

Stellar Collapse (4-7)

P. Marmet (University of Ottawa)

Relativity and the Formation of Black Holes (8-10)

@ issue (11-13)

Nr. 8 (Autumn 1990)

Jacques Trempe (Montreal, Quebec)

Laws of Light Propagation in Galilean Space-Time (1-7)

Thomas E. Phipps Jr. (Urbana, Illinois)

Weber-type Laws of Action-at-a-Distance in Modern Physics (8-14)

Zbigniew Garncarek (Pedagogical University, Opole, Poland)/ Konrad Rudnicki (Jagiellonian University Observatory, Krakow)

Do Various Indices of Clustering of Galaxies Describe the same Physical Property (15-17)  

@issue (18-20)


Nr. 4 (February 1989)

Konrad Rudnicki (Jagiellonian University, Krakow)

The Importance of Cosmological Principles for Research in Cosmology (1-7)

Toivo Jaakkola (Helsinki University Observatory)

The Cosmological Principle: Theoretical and Empirical Foundations (9-31)

Nr. 5 (Fall 1989)

Fred Walker (Sedona, Arizona)

A Contradiction in the Theory of Universal Expansion (1-6)

Halton Arp (Max-Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Munich)

Extragalactic Evidence for Quantum Causality (7-9)

S.V.M. Clube (University of Oxford)

Lorentzian Gravity and Cosmology (11-15)


Nr. 2 (February 1988)

Jean-Claude Pecker (College de France)

How To Describe Physical Reality? (1-12)

Jean-Claude Pecker/Jean-Pierre Vigier (University of Paris)

A Possible Tired-Light Mechanism (13-15)

Nr. 3 (August 1988)

D.F. Roscoe (University of Sheffield)

Gravitation as an Inertial Process (9-17)

Amitabha Ghosh (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur)

Velocity-Dependent Inertial Induction: A Case for Experimental Observation (18-23)


Nr. 1 (September 1987)

Henrik Broberg (Stockholm)

Particle Mass in a Cosmological Perspective (1-4)

Toivo Jaakkola ( University of Helsinki Observatory)

Mach s Principle and Properties of Local Structure (5-12)