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Prof. Vladimir O. Gladyshev
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Prof. Vladimir O. Gladyshev (Abstracts)
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  • Space Anisotropy Detection Experiment (SADE) ? Calibration and Spatial Extraction of Signal (2010) [Updated 9 years ago]

  • Time Machine in Space with Dipole Anisotropy (2008) [Updated 3 years ago]
    by Vladimir O. Gladyshev   read the paper:

    Discussed last discovery of anisotropy of relict radiation allows look at the problem of existing a device which can change course of physical processes.

    At present there are two principals of time control which are known. First of them has been well known since creating the Special Relativity and it concludes in controlled slowing down of a moving process course. Traveling with very large velocity allows for an astronaut to be in future time when he comes back on the Earth. Slowing down of time of moving clocks was tested in experiments. The second that is based on assumption that there are topological peculiarities ? ?mole burrows?, which identify different space-time fields. Hence, in order to the ?mole burrow? doesn?t collapse before the astronaut can pass through it, it is needed that negative energy density exists, that justifies skeptical attitude to similar constructions.

    In the work it is shown that accelerated course of cyclically moving physical processes is possible in space-time continuum with anisotropy. In the simplest case the idea of the method concludes in equivalence of a space with dipole anisotropy and a space of an observer moving with constant velocity in an isotropic physical space (PS). Application of a metrical tensor with other anisotropic features will change the expected magnitude of the effect of time acceleration or slowing-down.


  • The First Results of the 3-D experiment for Investigating a Dependence of Spatial Light Dragging in a Rotating Medium on Speed of Rotation (2006) [Updated 3 years ago]
    by Vladimir O. Gladyshev   read the paper:

    Invariance of electrodynamics equations relative to transformations of Lorentz or Mehler is based on non-invariant relations for partial infinitesimal differentials of space and time variables. It was shown before, that correct description for experiments of moving media optics is possible on the basis of solutions for the dispersion equation and with account dispersion in moving optical elements of an interferometer. A numerical Michelson-Morley - type experiment, in which an interferometer moves relative to an arbitrary inertial frame (IF), gives zero result when the interferometer is rotated, even if dispersion is taken into account...