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Dr. Harold Aspden
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Dr. Harold Aspden Books

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 216
Publisher: Book Guild Publishing
Year: 2006
ISBN: 1846240506
ISBN: 978-1846240508

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

What is the physical truth about creation, and how do we develop what has been termed the 'therory of everything' to explain it?  In Creation: The Physical Truth Harold Aspden deciphers in physical terms nature's messages, as coded in the numerical values of the fundamental physical constants.  He presents and account telling us how the primary particle of matter, the proton, the nucleus of the hydrogen atom, is created, and how stars are formed, besides explaining why matter is subject to the force of gravity.  The result reveals evidence that challenges many astrophysical notions.  It warrants attention as it may well reveal how to bring that omnipresent energy source into the realm of technology at a time when it is most needed.  This is important to us all, because it is only by understanding how the forces of nature generate a state of spin in the aether that we will have the scope for seeing how to extract its energy. - From the cover

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 600
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1997
ISBN: 0850560179
ISBN: 0850560233
ISBN: 0850560195
ISBN: 0850560209
ISBN: 0850560217

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

These are ten Energy Science Reports by Dr. Harold Aspden, as published between 1994 and 1997. They were, until June 2003, available for purchase but are no longer in print for that purpose. The full version of the reports, which are listed and referenced (see links below) and described by the abstracts in the bibliographic section of this website, are now also of record on this website and may be inspected by using the link included in the relevant abstract.  The ten reports are:

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 68+
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1996
ISBN: 0850560152
ISBN: 978-0850560152

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

Between 1980 and 1996 the author found that scientific periodicals were more willing to accept his papers for publication and took early retirement from IBM in 1983 expressly to become a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Southampton University in the author's hometown in England.  The 14 papers, reproduced in A4 page size from the scientific periodicals in which they were first published, constitute the main section of the book. The front section of the book is a 68 page commentary entitled 'The Creative Vacuum'. Part II consists of fourteen papers which form the 96 page Appendix added to the text of Part I. The papers are of published record in the scientific periodicals referenced as well as in the consolidated publication Aether Science Papers, copies of which are still in print and so may be purchased from booksellers. These 14 papers are also now reproduced in these web pages.

Part I: The Creative Vacuum

Part II: Aether Science Papers

  1. 'The Theoretical Nature of the Neutron and the Deuteron,' Hadronic Journal, 9 129-136 (1986) 1986d.pdf
  2. 'Meson Production based on Thomson Energy Correlation,' Hadronic Journal, 9 137-140 (1986) 1986e.pdf
  3. 'An Empirical Approach to Meson Energy Correlation,' Hadronic Journal, 9 153-157 (1986) 1986j.pdf
  4. 'The Physics of the Missing Atoms: Technetium and Promethium,' Hadronic Journal, 10 167-172 (1987) 1987a.pdf
  5. 'Synchronous Lattice Electrodynamics as an Alternative to Time Dilation,' Hadronic Journal, 10 185-192 (1987) 1987b.pdf
  6. 'Instantaneous Electrodynamic Potential with Retarded Energy Transfer,' Hadronic Journal, 11 307-313 (1988) 1988a.pdf
  7. 'The Theory of the Proton Constants,' Hadronic Journal, 11 169-176 (1988) 1988b.pdf
  8. 'Conservative Hadron Interactions Exemplified by the Creation of the Kaon,' Hadronic Journal, 12 101-108 (1989) 1989d.pdf
  9. 'A Theory of Proton Creation,' Physics Essays, 1 72-76 (1988) 1988c.pdf
  10. 'The Theory of the Gravitation Constant,' Physics Essays, 2 173-179 (1989) 1989b.pdf
  11. 'A Theory of Pion Creation,' Physics Essays, 2 360-367 (1989) 1989c.pdf
  12. 'Standing Wave Interferometry,' Physics Essays, 3 39-45 (1990) 1990a.pdf
  13. 'The Theory of Antigravity,' Physics Essays, 4 13-19 (1991) 1991a.pdf
  14. 'Retardation in the Coulomb Potential,' Physics Essays, 8 19-28 (1995) 1995e.pdf

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 206
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1980
ISBN: 0850560098
ISBN: 978-0850560091

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

This book supercedes the author's 1969 Einstein Without Physics and records the substantial progress of the past ten years in developing the basic theme of that work.  Simply stated, the experimental support for Einstein's theory is no proof that his philosophical nethods are valid, especially if new physics can provide a broader unified base for the same observations.  Astructured vacuum determining universal physical constants is shown in the following pages to be fully compatible with formulae derived by Einstein from his Theory of Relativity.  Creation processes on both a cosmic and an atomic scale and the many topics evident from the list on contents are embraced by this unification of fundamental physics. - From the Introduction

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 78
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1975
ISBN: 0850560063
ISBN: 978-0850560060

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

This monograph offers a full account of the nature of gravitation. It is shown to be an electrodynamic action due to the disturbance of the vacuum medium by matter. A link with the existence of elementary particles is presented. The approach is verified by the exact evaluation of the constant of gravitation G in terms of the charge-mass ratio of the electron. The masses of the muon, pion and proton are also evaluated in relation to the electron mass. - From the Preface

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by Harold Aspden

Pages: 165
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1972
ISBN: 0850560039
ISBN: 978-0850560039

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

"The old foundations of scientific thought are becoming unintelligible. Time, space, matter, material, ether, electricity, mechanism, organism, configuration, structure, pattern, function, all require reinterpretation. What is the sense of talking about a mechanical explanation when you do not know what you mean by mechanics? The paradox is now fully established that the utmost abstractions are the true weapons with which to control our thought of concrete fact." Alfred North Whitehead, Science and the Modern Word (1925).

Surely the weapons are not needed to control belief in what is true in Nature. Abstraction can surely have no lasting place in science. Physicists have had rather more to assimilate than has been possible and have lapsed a little into a world of abstraction. Whitehead must be wrong. The old foundations of scientific thought were intelligible to their creators. To say that they were becoming unintelligible merely implies developing weaknesses in the minds of later generations of scientists...

A mathematical analysis is provided in the author's book Physics Without Einstein, but this new work goes beyond the scope of that book by incorporating the results of further research and exposing some weaknesses in existing theories. A solution to the mysteries of the creation of the solar system is an important original feature presented in this work. It is anticipated that the evidence provided will convince the reader that the ever-present aether deserves his attention, but if the reader is left with doubts it is hoped that this book will stimulate him to voice them and top seek to resolve them constructively. The true form of Nature is already set. It needs imagination and analysis and a will to defend as well as criticize any theories put forward, if we are to find a way to comprehend the sub-structure of Nature. In this book the author has been ready to criticize and has offered much that can be criticized, and if the reader is left with doubts he did not have before, this book will have served him well. - From the Introduction

View count: 10480
by Harold Aspden

Pages: 236
Publisher: Sabberton Publications
Year: 1969

Websites: www.aspden.org peswiki.com/index.php/PowerPedia:Harold_Aspden

Relativity is presently on trial.  If Einstein's theory cannot be sustained there is no recognized alternative.  This book provides not only an alternative, but a comprehensive unification of all physics.  It is based upon a straightforward confrontation with the anomalies in accepted electromagnetic theory.  These undisputed inconsistencies cannot be ignored if modern science is to progress.  What is offered here is not a new theory, but a reconciliation of existing theories.  The starting point of this work was not a lofty-minded attempt to overthrow Relativity or explain gravitation.  It was a desire to understand more about the nature of ferromagnetism.  However, what emerged provided physical concpets embracing fundamental magnetism from its atomic environment to the cosmos.  Gravitation is explained and is supported by the derivation of G in terms of the properties of the electron.  Elementary particles are explained and there is support from the exact quantitative assessment of their spin magnetic moments.  Wave mechanics are explained and there is support from the quantitative evaluation of the Fine Structure Constant.  Atomic structure is explained and is supported by quantitative analysis of nuclear binding energy.  The evaluation of the binding energy of the deuteron is particularly revealing.  It wil be shown that Einstein's theory is unnecessary. - From the Foreword