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Yuri A. Baurov Books

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by Yuri A. Baurov

Pages: 146
Publisher: Nova Science (New York)
Year: 2004
ISBN: 1594540047
ISBN: 978-1594540042

In the monograph, the results of experimental investigations of the global anisotropy of physical space hypothetically caused by the existence of cosmological vectorial potential, a new fundamental vectorial constant associated with a new anisotropic interaction of objects in nature, are presented. The above interaction is distinct from the four existing ones: the strong, weak, electromagnetic, and gravitational interactions. It is shown that the same anisotropic property of the physical space manifests itself with a high degree of reliability (-0.95) in experimental investigations performed with the aid of torsion and piezoresonance quartz balances posed in high-current magnets, in investigations of changes of (-decay rate of radioactive elements as well as in experiments with plasma devices, a system of quartz resonators, and two high-accuracy quartz gravimeter 'Sodin' one of which is with a specially attached magnet.It is also shown that the experimentally detected anisotropic property of physical space reveals itself in the anisotropic distribution of earthquakes above 6 Richter numbers of power (for the spatially immobile Globe), in the distribution of solar flares on the surface of the immobile Sun, in the distribution of pulsars in the Galaxy and possibly in the suggested rotation of the Metagalaxy.

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by Yuri A. Baurov

Pages: 212
Publisher: Nova Science (New York)
Year: 2000
ISBN: 1560728051
ISBN: 978-1560728054

In the book, an unconventional physical model of creation of the observed physical space from a finite set of special discrete objects, byuons is presented. The global space anisotropy associated with a cosmological vectorial potential appearing in the definition of byuons, as well as a new interaction due to this anisotropy, are predicted. Results of an experimental investigation of the proposed new interaction are given. A new method of power production based on the new interaction, as well as a new principle of motion of objects in nature with the use of physical space as a support medium, are advanced. The book is intended for the general reading public, physicists (theorists and experimenters), astrophysicists, engineers (specialists in space technology and power engineering), and physical students.