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Dr. Harold W. Milnes
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Dr. Harold W. Milnes Abstracts
Titles
  • Microphysics Needs an Invariant Electrodynamics (2002) [Updated 2 months ago]
  • Superluminal Effects on Fine Wires, Part I (1999) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • A Theory of Gravitation (1995) [Updated 2 months ago]
  • A Theory of Gravitation (1994) [Updated 2 months ago]
  • A More Reasonable Ad-Hoc Explanation of the Michelson-Morley Experiment Than Lorentz-Fitzgerald Contraction (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • A Critical Evaluation of Hubble's Theorizations About Stellar Redshifting (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • On the Meaning of the Word 'Complementary' & the Young Double-Slit Experiment Involving Electrons (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • Essays on Rational Mechanics: Third Essay on the Laws of Buoyancy (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • Measures of the Velocity of Pulses on Wires (1991) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • Demonstration That Fresnel's Convection of Light Does Not Exist (1991) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Juan A. Morales, Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • Gravitation Would Produce a Blue Shift in Place of a Red Shift According to General Relativity (1991) [Updated 2 months ago]
    by Juan A. Morales, Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • New Viewpoints on the Refraction and Dispersion of Light (1991) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Juan A. Morales, Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • Some Experiments That Apparently Counterindicate Coulomb's Law (1991) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • The Pappas-Obolensky Affair (1989) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • The Spectroscopy of Binary Stars & Discussion (1989) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • Theory of Electricity (1988) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • A Circuit for Producing a Fast Light Pulse (1985) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • On the One-Way Velocity of Electric Signals in Short Wires (1985) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • The Transmission Theory of Light (1984) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • Astronomical Counterevidence to Relativity (1983) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • First-Order Modification of Maxwell's Equations (1983) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • Faster Than Light? (1983) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • Tales of Toth: Fairy Tales of Physics (1983) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:
  • Reply to Comments on my Papers (1980) [Updated 5 years ago]
  • A Theory of Light Propagation (1979) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • Abstracts Details
  • Microphysics Needs an Invariant Electrodynamics (2002) [Updated 2 months ago]

    A first-order Galilean-invariant covering theory of Maxwell?s equations of vacuum electromagnetism, first proposed by Heinrich Hertz, is reappraised in modern context. Physically, when properly formulated and interpreted for electromagnetic description, Hertz? theory is found to be both necessary, and ? insofar as the empirical facts are presently known ? sufficient. Mathematically, its use of the total time derivative instead of the Maxwellian partial time derivative is shown to be logically necessary under broadly applicable conditions. The physical superiority of the Hertzian formulation in the weak-field limit is emphasized.


  • Superluminal Effects on Fine Wires, Part I (1999) [Updated 5 years ago]

    The theoretical basis is found for previously experimentally uncovered evidence that signals can be transmitted at superluminary velocities by fine wires. The effect is shown to depend on the existence of variables-separable type solutions, unrecognized heretofor, to the partial integro-differential equations of classical transmission line theory.


  • A Theory of Gravitation (1995) [Updated 2 months ago]

  • A Theory of Gravitation (1994) [Updated 2 months ago]

  • A More Reasonable Ad-Hoc Explanation of the Michelson-Morley Experiment Than Lorentz-Fitzgerald Contraction (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • A Critical Evaluation of Hubble's Theorizations About Stellar Redshifting (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • On the Meaning of the Word 'Complementary' & the Young Double-Slit Experiment Involving Electrons (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • Essays on Rational Mechanics: Third Essay on the Laws of Buoyancy (1992) [Updated 5 years ago]

    Continued in:

    • V11, N4, pp. 5439-5446.
    • V12, N2, pp. 5653-5665

     


  • Measures of the Velocity of Pulses on Wires (1991) [Updated 5 years ago]

    Includes comments by Harold Milnes


  • Demonstration That Fresnel's Convection of Light Does Not Exist (1991) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Juan A. Morales, Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    Comments by Harold Milnes


  • Gravitation Would Produce a Blue Shift in Place of a Red Shift According to General Relativity (1991) [Updated 2 months ago]
    by Juan A. Morales, Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    Comments by Harold Milnes


  • New Viewpoints on the Refraction and Dispersion of Light (1991) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Juan A. Morales, Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    Comments by Harold Milnes


  • Some Experiments That Apparently Counterindicate Coulomb's Law (1991) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    A series of experiments is reported that apparently contradicts Coulomb's law, the two?]fluid doctrine of electrical charges, and Du Fay's dictum that ?glike?h and ?gunlike?h charges, respectively, repel and attract one another. A simple yet highly sensitive apparatus is described, by means of which the experiments have been performed. With it, single charges are put into motion; pairs of charges are exhibited, one of which remains stationary, while the second moves towards or away from the first; and a pair of charged bodies has been shown for which one is attracted to the other, while the other is repelled from the first. None of these effects are included under the aforementioned hypotheses, fundamental to classical electromagnetism.


  • The Pappas-Obolensky Affair (1989) [Updated 5 years ago]

    Milnes accuses Dr. Panos T. Pappas and Guy Obolensky, "Thirty Six Nanoseconds Faster Than Light", Electronics and Wireless World, pp. 1162-1165, (1988), of plagiarising his paper, "Faster Than Light?", Radio Electronics, V54, pp. 55-58 (1983)


  • The Spectroscopy of Binary Stars & Discussion (1989) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • Theory of Electricity (1988) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    "Theory of Electricity" was Harold Milnes' most significant contribution to the Toth-Maatian Review, serialized over several years of publication:

    • V6, N1, pp. 2955-2979; N2, pp. 3043-3057; N3, pp. 3139-3164; N4, pp. 3296-3318
    • V7, N1, pp. 3439-3505; N2, pp. 3603-3612; N3, pp. 3775-3786; N4, pp. 3853-3864
    • V8, N2, pp. 4045-4060; N3, pp. 4135-4141; N4, pp. 4277-4303
    • V9, N2, pp. 4413-4422; N3, pp. 4603-4626; N4, pp. 4695-4713
    • V10, N3, pp. 4991-4992
    • V11, N1, pp. 5163-5168
    • V12, N2, pp. 5637-5652

  • A Circuit for Producing a Fast Light Pulse (1985) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • On the One-Way Velocity of Electric Signals in Short Wires (1985) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • The Transmission Theory of Light (1984) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    Part II, Refractive Delay (paper has been withdrawn)

    Part III, Aberration and Refraction at Moving Boundaries:

    • V3, N3, pp. 1287-1337
    • V5, N4, pp. 2769-2800
    • V7, N1, pp. 3439-3444; N2, pp. 3643-3646
    • V9, N1, pp. 4353-4362; N2, pp. 4451-4456
    • V10, N2, pp. 4889-4900; N3, pp. 4993-5000
    • V12, N2, pp. 5666-5672

  • Astronomical Counterevidence to Relativity (1983) [Updated 5 years ago]

    We show that if the Lorentz transformation equations are routinely applied to compute the expected arrival times of two photons simultaneously emitted from a star source, then a large time difference is predicted between the instants when the photons would be seen by observers moving in opposite directions at velocities equal to the surface velocity of Earth at its equator, or its orbital velocity.  In the case of the binary star Rigel, located only 250pc from Earth, observers stationed on opposite sides of the equator should note a discrepancy of 11.05 hrs.; in the caseof observers at opposed points of the Earth's orbit, moving with the mean orbital velocity of Earth, it should be 29.59 days.  Since no such anomalies occur, the principle that the velocity of light is c relatively to every observer is false, and the Lorentz transform equations cannot be validly applied to astronomical observations.

    We also cast very serious doubt on the general validity of the reciprocity of inertial reference frames, as a consequence of Zeeman's experimental observations with moving quartz rods.


  • First-Order Modification of Maxwell's Equations (1983) [Updated 5 years ago]

  • Faster Than Light? (1983) [Updated 5 years ago]

    This paper refers to a theoretical derivation and a simple experiment that permitted electrical signals to greatly exceed the speed of light. This derivation follows directly from Maxwell's equations. The special conditions involved extremely thin electrical conductors with very low capacitance and inductance.


  • Tales of Toth: Fairy Tales of Physics (1983) [Updated 4 years ago]
    by Harold W. Milnes   read the paper:

    Tales of Toth: Fairy Tales of Physics was an ongoing polemic by Harold Milnes, introducing each issue of his Toth-Maatian Review. Often sarcastic, always witty, these "stories" hit hard into the heart of mainstream physics. They appeared as follows:

    • Introduction, V1, N1, pp. 5-10.
    • Number 1, V1, N2, pp. 127-130; N3, pp. 228-235.
    • Number 2, V1, N4, pp. 325-335.
    • Number 3, V2, N1, pp. 426-431.
    • Number 4, V2, N2, pp. 531-537.
    • Number 5, V2, N3, pp. 631-638; N4, pp. 819-824; V3, N1, pp. 953-965; N2, pp. 1089-1095; N3, pp. 1261-1272.
    • Number 6, V3, N4, pp. 1463-1466; V4, N1, pp. 1629-1632; N2, pp. 1769-1771; N3, pp. 1947-1949; N4, pp. 2109-2166; V5, N1, pp. 2305-2308; N2, 2455-2457.
    • Number 7, V5, N3, pp. 2605-2606; N4, pp. 2743-2746.
    • Number 8, V6, N1, pp. 2899-2901.
    • Number 9, V6, N2, pp. 3037-3041; N3, pp. 3135-3138; N4, pp. 3269-3272; V7, N1, 3397-3400; N2, pp. 3535-3538.
    • Number 10, V7, N3, pp. 3691-3694; N4, 3797-3800; V8, N1, 3939-3945.
    • Number 11, V8, N2, pp. 4041-4044.
    • Number 12, V8, N3, pp. 4129-4134; N4, pp. 4229-4232; V9, N1, pp. 4331-4335.
    • Number 13, V9, N2, pp. 4407-4412; N3, pp. 4533-4539.
    • Number 14, V9, N4, pp. 4637-4640; V10, N1, 4745-4749; N2, pp. 4849-4852.
    • Number 15, V10, N3, pp. 4941-4945; N4, pp. ?; V11, N1, pp. 5093-5097
    • Number 16, V11; N2, pp. 5189-5193
    • Number 17, V11, N3, pp. ?; N4, pp. 5373-5377
    • Number 18, V12, N2, pp. 5581-5584

  • Reply to Comments on my Papers (1980) [Updated 5 years ago]

    Ref: "A Theory of Light Propagation," Speculations in Science and Technology, V2, N3, pp. 285-302, 341-349 (1979).


  • A Theory of Light Propagation (1979) [Updated 5 years ago]

    Epilogue from Milnes, pp. 341-349