Proceedings of International Scientific Meeting PIRT-2008
Arminjon Mayeul, Reifler Frank Quantum mechanics for three Dirac equations in a curved space-time.
Osmaston Miles F Continuum theory: history of its conception, and outlines of its many current results: an informal account.
Pope Viv The pioneer anomaly, or a 'dissident' perspective on modern physics.
Petit Jean-Pierre, d'Agostini Gilles A bimetric model of the Universe Interpretation of the cosmic acceleration. In early time a symmetry breaking goes with a variable speed of light era, explaining the homogeneity of the early Universe.The c(R) law is derived from a generalized gauge process evolution.
Gilson James G. Solutions of a Cosmological Schroedinger Equation for Exact Gravitational Waves based on a Friedman Dust Universe with Einstein's Lambda.
Gladyshev V.O., Gladysheva T.M., Sharandin Ye.A., Tiunov P., Tereshin A.A., Portnov D. 3-Dimensional experiments for observing anisotropy of space.
Rowlands P. What is vacuum? An algebraic investigation.
Almeida Jose B. Different algebras for one reality.
Valentine John Pieces of eight: algebra of a three -fold symmetry for fundamental physics.
Rauscher Elizabeth A. Relativistic physics in complex Minkowski space, nonlocality ether model and quantum physics.
Brewis Roger Decoupling the metric.
Brewis Roger A hydrodynamic interpretation.
Trell Erik Realization of elementary matter in self replicating regular solid rewrite.
Guy Bernard Time is the other name of space. A philosophical, a physical and a mathematical space-time.
Gladyshev Vladimir Time machine in space with dipole anisotropy.
Kracklauer A.F. Can clocks tell time?
Petry Walter Expanding or Non-Expanding Universe.
Giese Albrecht Taking Relativity back from principles to physical processes.
Carroll John Measuring a one - way light speed.
Suntola Tuomo From local to global relativity.
Kallio-Tamminen Tarja The dynamic universe and the concept of reality.
Beichler James E. Relativity, the surge and the Third Scientific Revolution.
Beichler James E. The fundamental nature of Relativity.
Mathe Francis Another theory of gravitation.
Burde Georgy I. Conformal invariance and anisotropic propagation of light in Special Relativity.
Golovashkin A.I.,Izma—Чlov G.N.,Ozolin V.V.,Tzhovrebov A.M., Zherikhina L.N. The scheme of laboratory measurements of gravimagnetic effects with SHeQUID supplied by the rotation flux transformer.
Torres-Silva H. A new relativistic field theory of the electron.
Carroll John, Beals Joseph A relativistic wave - particle based on Maxwell's equations: part ii.
Kholmetskii A. L. Generalization of conception of measurement to space-time with arbitrary metrics and covariant ether theories.
Kholmetskii A. L., Yarman T., Missevitch O.V. M√ґssbauer experiments in rotating systems reanalyzed.
Smirnov-Rueda R., Kholmetskii A.L., Missevitch O.V. Manifest nonlocality of bound electro-magnetic fields in near zone of radiating sources: experimental observations.
Spavieri G., Erazo J., Sanchez A., Gillies G. T. Momentum of electromagnetic fields and new tests of fundamental physics.
Bosi Leonardo, Cavalleri Giancarlo, Barbero Francesco, Bertazzi Gianfranco, Tonni Ernesto, Spavieri Gianfranco The origin of the famous, pure 1/f noise review of stochastic electrodynamics, with and without spin.
Bosi Leonardo, Cavalleri Giancarlo, Barbero Francesco, Bertazzi Gianfranco, Tonni Ernesto, Spavieri Gianfranco Review of Stochastic Electrodynamics, with and without spin.
Bosi Leonardo, Cavalleri Giancarlo, Barbero Francesco, Tonni Ernesto, Spavieri Gianfranco What is the phenomenon that keeps an in nite memory for the uctuactions in the conduction current.
Szocs H. L. Any Important Consequencies of the Classicall and Generalized Linear Transformations Between Inertial Systems.
Szocs H. L. Submicroscopic black holes as magnetic monopoles and dyons in space Time.
Nassikas A.A. The electro-magnetic space -time ether under the claim for minimum contradictions.
Yarman Tolga The spatial behavior of Coulomb and Newton forces, yet reigning between exclusively static charges, is the same must, drawn by the special theory of relativity. Part I: under the given circumstances, coulomb force is a fundamental law of nature insuring a unique matter architecture.
Yarman Tolga The spatial behavior of Coulomb and Newton forces, yet reigning between exclusively static charges, is the same must, drawn by the special theory of relativity. Part II: under the given circumstances, Newton force - just like Coulomb force - is a fundamental law of nature.
Carey Tony J. Which special relativity theory is correct - Einstein's or Lorentz's?
Illert Christopher Nuclear Structure from Naive Meson Theory, part 1.
Petrov A.N. Perturbations and conservation laws for them on arbitrary vacuum backgrounds in metric theories of gravity.
Hajra Sankar Twin Paradox of Special Relativity.
Szekely Laszlo Relativity in Terms of Measurement and And Ether Lajos Janosssy's Ether-Based Reformulation Of Relativity Theory.
Winterberg F. The Einstein myth and the crisis in modern physics.