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Genre/Form: | Conference papers and proceedings Congresses |
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Material Type: | Conference publication |
Document Type: | Book |
All Authors / Contributors: |
Richard L Amoroso; Louis H Kauffman; Peter Rowlands |
ISBN: | 9789814504775 9814504777 |
OCLC Number: | 867491469 |
Description: | xxvi, 526 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm |
Contents: | Section I. Foundational physics. 1. Laws of form, Majorana fermions, and discrete physics / Louis H. Kauffman -- 2. The tie that binds: a fundamental unit of 'change' in space and time / James E. Beichler -- 3. Space and antispace / Peter Rowlands -- 4. Zero-totality in action-reaction space: a generalization of Newton's third law? / Sabah E. Karam -- 5. A computational unification of scientific law: spelling out a universal semantics for physical reality / Peter J. Marcer and Peter Rowlands -- 6. Eliminating the gravitational constant, G, and improving SI units, using two new Planck-unit frameworks with all parameters as ratios of only H, C, and a / Michael Lawrence -- 7. A programmable cellular-automata polarized Dirac vacuum / Drahcir S. Osoroma -- 8. Exploring novel cyclic extensions of Hamilton's dual-quaternion algebra / Richard L. Amoroso, Peter Rowlands & Louis H. Kauffman -- Section II. Special and general relativity. 9. Explicit and implicit uncertainties and the uncertainty principle in the special theory of relativity / Oleg V. Matvejev & Vadim N. Matveev -- 10. Simulations of relativistic effects, relativistic time, and the constancy of light velocity / Vadim N. Matveev & Oleg V. Matvejev -- 11. On the maximum speed of matter / Dionysios G. Raftopoulos -- 12. Spacetime and quantum propagation from digital clocks / Garnet N. Ord -- 13. General relativity theory -- well proven and also incomplete? / Jürgen Brandes -- 14. Rectification of general relativity, experimental verifications, and errors of the Wheeler School / C.Y. Lo -- 15. Relativity based on physical processes rather than space-time / Albrecht Giese -- 16. On the fundamental nature of the electromagnetic interaction / Al F. Kracklauer -- 17. Unified geometrodynamics: a complementarity of Newton's and Einstein's gravity / Richard L. Amoroso -- 18. Review of the relationship between Galilean relativity and the velocity of light / Shukri Klinaku -- 19. Review of the derivation of the Lorentz transformation / Shukri Klinaku & Valbona Berisha -- 20. Marriage of electromagnetism and gravity in an extended space model and astrophysical phenomena / V.A. Andreev & D. Yu. Tsipenyuk -- 21. Both the twin paradox and GPS data show the need for additional physics / J.N. Percival -- 22. An alternative to Dirac's model, confining change due to the bound electron, not in the field, but within the electron itself / Tolga Yarman [and others]. Section III. Thermodynamics, fields, and gravity. 23. Thoughts on Landauer's principle and its experimental verification / David Sands & Jeremy Dunning-Davies -- 24. Information, entropy, and the classical ideal gas / David Sands & Jeremy Dunning-Davies -- 25. Clausius' concepts of 'aequivalenzwerth' and entropy: a critical appraisal / David Sands & Jeremy Dunning-Davies -- 26. The conformal steady-state free precession: a Kepplerian approach to automorphic scattering theory of orbiton/spinon dynamics / Walter J. Schempp -- 27. An introduction to Boscovichian unified field theory / Roger James Anderton -- 28. A scintilla of unified field mechanics revealed by a conceptual integration of new fundamental elements associated with wavepacket dispersion / Richard L. Amoroso & Jeremy Dunning-Davies -- 29. Fields in action? From the inside looking out (musings of an idiosyncratic experimentalist!) / John Dainton -- Section IV. Quantum mechanics. 30. Evidencing 'tight bound states' in the hydrogen atom: empirical manipulation of large-scale XD in violation of QED / Richard L. Amoroso & Jean-Pierre Vigier -- 31. Quantum causality / Sergey M. Korotaev & Evgeniy O. Kiktenko -- 32. Relativistic entanglement / John E. Carroll & Adrian H. Quarterman -- 33. Relativistic entanglement from Maxwell's classical equations / john e. carroll & adrian h. quarterman -- 34. Universal quantum computing: third gen prototyping utilizing relativistic 'trivector' R-qubit modeling surmounting uncertainty / Richard L. Amoroso, Louis H. Kauffman & Salvatore Giandinoto -- 35. Deterministic impulsive vacuum foundations for quantum-mechanical wavefunctions / John S. Valentine -- 36. Emergence of a new quantum mechanics by multivalued logic / Claude Gaudeau De Gerlicz [and others] -- 37. Dirac sea and its evolution / Boris Volfson -- 38. Justifying the vacuum as an electron-positron aggregation and experimental falsification / R. Guy Grantham & Ian G. Montgomery. Section V. Cosmology and consciousness. 39. Some thoughts on redshift and modern cosmology / Jeremy Dunning-Davies & Richard L. Amoroso -- 40. Examining the existence of the multiverse / James J. Hurtak, D.E. Hurtak & Elizabeth A. Rauscher -- 41. Universal scaling laws in quantum theory and cosmology / Elizabeth A. Rauscher, James J. Hurtak & D.E. Hurtak -- 42. Implementing Maxwell's aether illuminates the physics of gravitation: the gravity-electric (G-E) field, evident at every scale, from the ionosphere to spiral galaxies and a neutron-star extreme / Miles F. Osmaston -- 43. Continuum theory (CT): its particle-tied aether yields a continuous auto-creation, non-expanding cosmology and new light on galaxy evolution and clusters / Miles F. Osmaston -- 44. A transluminal-energy quantum model of the cosmic quantum / Richard Gauthier -- 45. Transluminal-energy quantum models of the photon and the electron / Richard Gauthier -- 46. Thoughts occasioned by the 'Big Bang' model of the universe / Jeremy Dunning-Davies -- 47. The theological basis of Big Bang cosmology and the failure of general relativity / Stephen J. Crothers -- 48. The neurogenetic correlates of consciousness / John K. Grandy -- 49. Are life, consciousness, and intelligence cosmic phenomena? / Ludwik Kostro -- 50. A holoinformational model of the physical observer / Francisco Di Biase -- 51. Time? / Richard L. Amoroso -- 52. 'Shut the front door!': obviating the challenge of large-scale extra dimensions and psychophysical bridging / Richard L. Amoroso. |
Other Titles: | 8th symposium honoring mathematical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier |
Responsibility: | editors, Richard L. Amoroso, Louis H. Kauffman, Peter Rowlands. |
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Epistemology completed?
This volume claims to be 'Galilean Class'. What does that mean? In addition to his work on astronomy Galileo is credited with beginning the 'Age of Empirical Science' by demonstrating that heavier objects do not fall faster under the influence of a gravitational field. Greek philosophers said experimentation...
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This volume claims to be 'Galilean Class'. What does that mean? In addition to his work on astronomy Galileo is credited with beginning the 'Age of Empirical Science' by demonstrating that heavier objects do not fall faster under the influence of a gravitational field. Greek philosophers said experimentation was foolish, and if one reads the ancient texts as to why a heavier object should fall faster even today knowing better one is inclined to accept it!
Human understanding began in the dark ages of myth and superstition, then progressed to the age of reason and logic, which ended when Galileo founded experimental science. The final tool that completes epistemology is that of the utility of 'Transcendence' in scientific theory formation. Can metaphysics possibly become part of physical science? Before Einstein relativity was considered metaphysical...
It will be profoundly interesting to see how this plays out. A shift from logic to empiricism seems easier even though it was 'preached' against by Greek philosophers.
The test in this volume is the prediction (by transcendence) of three new lines in the hydrogen spectrum hidden behind the uncertainty principle.
There is much more merit to this volume, much in terms of more traditional steps in physical science. But I wanted to address what this reviewer considers the most profound. There has not been an age of discovery for about 100 years. This one may far outstrip prior ages...
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