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Dr. Peter Graneau Books
This book presents the history of the science of inertia. Nobody denies the existence of the forces of inertia, but they are branded as "fictitious" because they do not fit smoothly into modern physics. Named by Kepler and given mathematical form by Newton, the force of inertia remains aloof because it has no obvious local cause. Table of contents: http://www.worldscibooks.com/phy_etextbook/6087/6087_toc.pdf
Collection of articles by Peter Graneau et al., with an Introduction and summaries by Peter Graneau:
- "Electrodynamic Explosion in Liquids" (Appl. Phys. Lett., 46, 5, March 1, 1985)
- "Powerful Water-Plasma Explosions" (Physics Letters A, 117, 2, July 28, 1986)
- "Electrodynamic Water Arc Gun" (Presented at the 4th Symposium on Electromagnetic Launch Technology, April 1988)
- "Gaining Solar Energy from Ordinary Water" (Infinite Energy, 2, 10, Sept/Oct 1996, Presented at World Renewable Energy Congress IV, June 1996)
- "Possibility of Liberating Solar Energy via Water Arc Explosions" (Proc. 31st Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, August 1996)
- "Solar-Energy Liberation from Water by Electric Arcs" (J. Plasma Physics, 60, 4, 1998)
- "Arc-Liberated Chemical Energy Exceds Electrical Input Energy (J. Plasma Physics, 63, 2, 2000)
- "Evidence of Thunder Being a Chemical Explosion of Air" (J. Plasma Physics, 69, 3, 2003)
- "Renewable Solar Energy from Water" (Infinite Energy, 11, 65, Jan/Feb 2006, Presented at the Cold Fusion Colloquium at MIT, May 2005)
by Peter Graneau, Neal Graneau
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
The book deals with the resurgence of nineteenth century electromagnetism in physics and electrical engineering. It describes a series of important experiments, and new technologies based on these experiments, which cannot be explained by and analyzed with the modern relativistic electrodynamics of the twentieth century. The Newtonian electrodynamics of Coulomb, Ampere, Neumann, and Kirchhoff, which was current from 1750 to 1900, is fully reviewed and greatly extended to deal with contemporary research on exploding wires, railguns and other electromagnetic accelerators, jet propulsion in liquid metals, arc plasma explosions, capillary fusion, and lightning phenomena. Much of the book is based on the atomic definition of the Amperian current element. Finite element techniques for solving many electrodynamic problems are described.
Fusion Facts, 1996
Many important and new observations that should be of equal interest to both the professional and the intelligent lay reader ... excellent book ... The application of some of these concepts developed by the authors can save many millions of dollars a year in electrical power costs in just the aluminum industry. There are and will be many other valuable commercial applications of the study of Newtonian Electrodynamics ... If you are seriously interested in cold fusion and new energy developments, or if you are an electrical engineer, a scientist, or a teacher of science, this book is a must-read for you. If you are an intelligent lay person or professional, you will find this book full of interesting insights into the history and practice of electrodynamics.
Thomas E Phipps, Jr., Galilean Electrodynamics, 1997
"This book represents a remarkably dispassionate presentation of the case for the application of neo-Newtonian methods in the analysis of electrodynamic phenomena ... Highly recommended to the open-minded, and to any who agree with Maxwell about the "prudential" role of pluralism in ensuring the health of science and, indeed, in ensuring its life."
Newton Versus Einstein
is not merely a critique of contemporary physics, nor just an outline of the debate between followers of the scientific philosophies of Newton and Einstein. It points the way to new technologies, from space accelerators to high-current switches and improved metal refining.
Newton Versus Einstein examines the history of ideas surrounding the debate between followers of Newton and Einstein regarding their scientific philosophies. This thought-provoking volume proves that physics today is the same in its vulnerability to change via experimentation as it was when Galileo fought the dogmatic resistance to his ideas and discoveries. Civilization owes much of its existence to technology, which has its roots in the scientific revolution of the 17th century.
by Peter Graneau
Publisher: Hadronic Press
Before Maxwell there was Ampere, and Ampere's equation for forces between charges is still the most accurate way of calculating those forces. As Peter Graneau shows in this groundbreaking book, the Lorentz formulation of electrodynamic laws is simply inadequate. Experiments by Graneau and others show that the century-long attempt to seat electromagnetic reaction forces in space itself must be in error: the reaction forces are always on the sources of action, contrary to the viewpoint of quantum electrodynamics. Read this book if you are willing to have your scientific preconceptions challenged!
by Peter Graneau
Alternate title: Conservation with Underground Power Lines. Published by Underground Power Corporation.