- On the role of electromagnetic phenomena in some atmospheric processes (2013) [Updated 9 years ago]
- Ways for Non-Relativistic Consolidation of Science (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- On Classical Physics without Relativity (2006) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- Criticism of Some Aspects of the Relativity Theory (2006) [Updated 9 years ago]
- Critical Remarks to the Relativity Theory (2005) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- On Notions of Relativistic Kinematics (2005) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- On Frequency-Dependent Light Speed (2004) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- Some Remarks to Relativistic Kinematics (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- On Notions of Relativistic Dynamics (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- Some Remarks to Relativistic Experiments (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- Critical Comments to Relativistic Dynamics (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
- On the Basis for Special Relativity Theory (2003) [Updated 4 years ago]
- On the Basis for General Relativity Theory (2002) [Updated 1 decade ago]

- On the role of electromagnetic phenomena in some atmospheric processes (2013) [Updated 9 years ago]
A crucial part of electromagnetic phenomena in many atmospheric processes is

verified by systematized data. The multilayered charged system of clouds

represents some dynamically equilibrium structure kept by the ionic and

polarization forces. The estimates of acting forces are presented and the

necessity of taking into account the plasma-like subsystems' effect on some

atmospheric phenomena is demonstrated, including the formation and the

maintenance of the structure and characteristics of their movement. - Ways for Non-Relativistic Consolidation of Science (2007) [Updated 1 decade ago]

The non-relativistic direction in physics existed since the advent of the relativity theory (RT). But, despite great numbers of independent, talented and skilled adherents, results of their activity have not yet led to the rejection of pseudo-scientific theories. There exist external and internal causes for this. Some actions must possibly be taken to safeguard the works of our generation. These actions must promote consolidation of the non-relativistic movement and obtaining of proved results. It is offered to discuss the problem of disunion of non-relativistic works and their development. For consolidating the non-relativistic movement, the discussions on the following directions are suggested.

1. Forming a scientific methodology of investigations

2. Forming the list of problems for joint physical investigations

3. Construction of the common base of performed works

4. Forming of united physical basisAll interested colleagues are invited to participate in a detailed discussion of the above proposals.

- On Classical Physics without Relativity (2006) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The report is devoted to the critical analysis of some aspects of the relativity theory (RT). The logical and physical inconsistency of RT can be shown on the basis of some paradoxes, such as the modified twins paradox, paradox of antipodes etc (see http://www.antidogma.ru). RT can hide contradictions in the case of two points moving along one straight line only, but it appears inconsistent for more than two objects, or for a three-dimensional movement even for two objects moving on crossed straight lines. The classical approach separates an object under investigation from other Universe. Newton introduced classical notions of kinematics to determine registration points and standards independent on process under investigation (the base for uniform description of various phenomena, for joining of different areas of knowledge and simplification of the description). The relativistic equation of charge movement with the Lorentz force is simply reduced to Newton's 2nd law. There are neither physical nor mathematical bases to claim, as if Lorentz transformations (received for emptiness) determine all properties in the Universe. Even the analysis of invariance of Maxwell equations shows, that the hypothesis about application of Lorentz transformations to all the physical phenomena is groundless. The analysis of modern electrodynamics also shows, that it cannot be considered as principally strict theory (but only as approximate one). The ultimate conclusion of work consists in necessity of return to the classical concepts of space, time and interpretation of the phenomena on the basis of a classical paradigm.

- Criticism of Some Aspects of the Relativity Theory (2006) [Updated 9 years ago]
The report is devoted to the critical analysis of some aspects of the relativity theory (see http://www.antidogma.ru ). RT appears inconsistent for more than two objects or for a three-dimensional movement even for two objects moving on crossed straight lines. The relativistic equation of charge movement with the Lorentz force can simply be reduced to Newton's second law. There are neither physical nor mathematical bases to claim, as if Lorentz transformations (received for emptiness) determine all properties in the Universe. Even the analysis of invariance of Maxwell equations shows, that the hypothesis about application of Lorentz transformations to all the physical phenomena is groundless. The analysis of modern electrodynamics also shows that it cannot be considered as principally strict theory (but only as approximate one).

- Critical Remarks to the Relativity Theory (2005) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The article is devoted to a critical analysis of some aspects (logical and experimental) of the relativity theory.

- On Notions of Relativistic Kinematics (2005) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The paper presents some critical remarks on the methodological fundamentals of special relativity theory. Some inconsistencies in the kinematic notions of special relativity theory are considered. The relativity of simultaneity, the Lorentz transformation laws, and the relativistic velocity addition law are considered in detail.

- On Frequency-Dependent Light Speed (2004) [Updated 1 decade ago]
A critical analysis of the special relativity theory (SRT) is presented. Proceeding from a supposition on the probable frequency ($\omega$) dependence of light speed $c$, some possible physical corollaries are considered. One possible mechanisms for a $c(\omega)$ dependence is analysed.

- Some Remarks to Relativistic Kinematics (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The paper is devoted to systematic criticism of the fundamentals of the special relativity theory (SRT). A series of new logical contradictions of kinematic SRT concepts is considered.

- On Notions of Relativistic Dynamics (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The paper is devoted to the detailed criticism of dynamical concepts of the special relativity theory (SRT), of some relativistic solutions and their experimental interpretation.

- Some Remarks to Relativistic Experiments (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The paper presents some comments to the experimental substantiation of the relativity theory. Such key experiments of the special relativity theory (SRT), as the Michelson-Morley, Kennedy-Thorndike, Ivese-Stilwell experiments, and some related problems are considered in detail. Also the experiments of the general relativity theory (GRT), such as the Hafele-Keating and Pound-Rebka experiments, are discussed.

- Critical Comments to Relativistic Dynamics (2003) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The paper is devoted to systematic criticism of some aspects of the special relativity theory (SRT). The main attention is given to the inconsistency and groundlessness in a seemingly "working" section of this theory - the relativistic dynamics.

- On the Basis for Special Relativity Theory (2003) [Updated 4 years ago]
A critical analysis of experiments that resulted in the generation and establishment of special relativity theory (SRT) is presented. Some new logical paradoxes of SRT are exposed and considered in detail. The lack of logical and physical grounding for fundamental notions in SRT is demonstrated. A concept of unified absolute time is introduced.

- On the Basis for General Relativity Theory (2002) [Updated 1 decade ago]
The basic concepts of the general relativity theory (GRT), such as space, time, the relativity of simultaneity, are systematically analyzed. The logical problems with basic GRT notions are indicated. Many disputable and contradictory points of this theory and its corollaries are considered in detail.