- Electromagnetic Postulates and Unipolar Induction (2009) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Stability of a Spinning Charged Ring (2007) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The 21st Century Form of Newton?s Gravitational Equation (2007) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Spinning Charged Ring (2006) [Updated 2 years ago]
- The Gravitational Explanation of the Seasonal Variations in Chemical Processes Observed by Roberto and Emilio Monti (2005) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Spinning Charged Ring (2005) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Comparison of the Classical Electromagnetic Theory with the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory (2004) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Comparative Analysis of the Doppler Shift Based on Two Postulates on the Velocity of Light (2004) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Interpretation of Jorge Cur?'s Modified Millikan Oil Drop Experiment (2003) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Special Relativity and the Improved Kennedy-Thorndyke Experiment (2002) [Updated 1 year ago]
- The Interpretation of the Railgun Experiments of Graneau and Mueller (2001) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Path of a Moving Charge in a Uniform Electric Field (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- New Gaussian Equation for the Force Between Current Elements (2000) [Updated 2 years ago]
- The Graneau Experiments (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Interpretation of Four Famous Experiments (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- In What Coordinate System Are the Electrodynamic Equations Valid? (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Divergence and Curl: The Fundamental Formulation of Electromagnetic Theory (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Electrodynamic Interpretation of Mass Variation (1999) [Updated 2 years ago]
- High Velocity Applications of Electrodynamics (1999) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Electromagnetic Fields from Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 2 years ago]
- The Motion of an Electric Charge in a Uniform Electric Field: Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 2 years ago]
- The Electrodynamic Formulation of the Hering Furnace and Overhead Welding: Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Unipolar Induction from Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The General Electromagnetic Formulation of the Unipolar Induction Problem (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Weber's Equation and the Scalar Potential (1997) [Updated 2 years ago]
- The Hering Experiment from Three Viewpoints (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Overhead Welding from Three Viewpoints (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Unified Analysis of Electromagnetic Induction (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Holors, Tensors, and the Mystery of Inertia (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Gaussian Electrodynamics and the Constancy of Mass (1996) [Updated 2 years ago]
- A New Interpretation of the Hafele-Keating Experiment (1996) [Updated 2 years ago]
- unipolar generator (1995) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Force Between Current Elements (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Electrodynamics of Gauss, Neumann, and Hertz (1994) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Experimental Support for the Validity of the Gaussian EM... (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Partial and Total Derivatives in Retarded Force Equations (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Partial and Total Derivatives and the Force Between Current Elements (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Revision of Relative Velocity Equation for the Force Between Moving Charges (1993) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Can Maxwell's Equations be Derived from the Lorenz Retarded Potentials? (1993) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Total and Partial Derivatives (1992) [Updated 8 years ago]
- A Comparison of Three Equations for the Force Between Current Elements (1992) [Updated 8 years ago]

- Electromagnetic Postulates and Unipolar Induction
(2009) [Updated 8 years ago]
The objective of this paper is to determine which postulates on the velocity of light and the force between moving charges are necessary to explain unipolar induction. A major experiment which can not be explained by Maxwell's equations is the unipolar generator which is a metal disc rotating in the fields produced by a permanent magnet or a current carrying conductor. A voltage is induced between the center and the edge of the rotating metal disc which is proportional to the angular velocity. This paper will compare the predictions of the New Gaussian and the Classical equations for the force between moving charges with experimental measurements. Only the New Gaussian equation correctly predicts the emf that was first observed by Faraday in 1831.

- The Stability of a Spinning Charged Ring (2007) [Updated 8 years ago]
The paper develops and analyses the stability conditions for a spinning charged ring according to the Maxwellian Electromagnetic Theory and according to the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory. Conclusions are drawn as to whether a charge cluster can be modeled by a spinning charged ring according to either electromagnetic theory for particles with any ratio of mass to electric charge.

- The 21st Century Form of Newton?s Gravitational Equation (2007) [Updated 8 years ago]
The paper studies the modifications of Newton?s law of gravity proposed by Andre Assis and Jaroslav Klyushin in order to determine whether either of these can predict the seasonal Monti effect. Both of these equations add terms which are functions of velocity and acceleration to the original function of position proposed by Newton.

- The Spinning Charged Ring (2006) [Updated 2 years ago]
The simplest model of a charge cluster is a spinning charged ring. The gravitational and electromagnetic forces must add to zero if charge clusters are to be in dynamic equilibrium. The paper investigates whether spinning rings of charge can be in dynamic equilibrium according to classical electromagnetic theory and according to the New Gaussian electromagnetic theory.

- The Gravitational Explanation of the Seasonal Variations in Chemical Processes Observed by Roberto and Emilio Monti (2005) [Updated 8 years ago]
The remarkable Monti experiments show that some chemical reactions occur in spring and fall but not in summer or winter. In this paper it is proposed that Newton?s law of gravity be modified by the addition of a force term that varies with the seasons. Investigation of the equations of planetary motion shows that certain functions of the derivative of the radius with respect to angle have such a seasonal variation. The proposed modification of Newton?s law of gravity is compared with the modifications previously proposed by Assis and by Kluyshin.

- The Spinning Charged Ring (2005) [Updated 2 years ago]
The gravitational and electromagnetic forces on the spinning charged ring are analyzed in the following two ways:

- the Classical Electromagnetic Theory and Newton?s Gravitational Equation
- the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory and the newly modified gravitational equation proposed in the previous paper

Conclusions are drawn on the possible existence of a spinning charged ring, from the point of view of classical physics, and from the point of view of the most recent formulation of gravitational and electromagnetic theory.

- Comparison of the Classical Electromagnetic Theory with the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory (2004) [Updated 2 years ago]
The paper gives a comparative derivation of the fundamental equations of electromagnetic theory in the two formulations that have been investigated most extensively: the Classical Electromagnetic Theory and the New Gaussian Electromagnetic Theory. The principal differences are that the Classical Theory is based on Einstein's postulate on the velocity of light and on the absolute velocity of moving charges while the New Gaussian Theory is based on the universal time postulate on the velocity of light and on the relative velocity of moving charges. The paper outlines the derivation of the expressions for the force between moving charges and the divergence and curl of the electromagnetic field vectors in both systems. Since we now have five experimental proofs of the validity of the New Gaussian Electrodynamics and the failure of Classical Electrodynamics, it is time to seriously study the beautiful system that explains our actual phsyical experiments.

- Comparative Analysis of the Doppler Shift Based on Two Postulates on the Velocity of Light (2004) [Updated 8 years ago]
The paper presents a mathematical derivation of the Doppler shift based on two postulates on the velocity of light: Postulate I* proposed by Einstein in 1907, and Postulate III* proposed by Moon, Spencer and Moon in 1990.

- The Interpretation of Jorge Cur?'s Modified Millikan Oil Drop Experiment (2003) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Special Relativity and the Improved Kennedy-Thorndyke Experiment (2002) [Updated 1 year ago]
- The Interpretation of the Railgun Experiments of Graneau and Mueller (2001) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Path of a Moving Charge in a Uniform Electric Field (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- New Gaussian Equation for the Force Between Current Elements (2000) [Updated 2 years ago]
- The Graneau Experiments (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Interpretation of Four Famous Experiments (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- In What Coordinate System Are the Electrodynamic Equations Valid? (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Divergence and Curl: The Fundamental Formulation of Electromagnetic Theory (2000) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Electrodynamic Interpretation of Mass Variation (1999) [Updated 2 years ago]
The paper considers the special case of a charged particle moving in a uniform electric field. Three formulations of the problem are compared, utilizing the Weber equation. and the new Gaussian equation. The critical difference is whether the force is defined in terms of absolute velocity (classical) or relative velocity (Weber and new Gaussian). The actual trajectory of the charged particle can be explained in two ways: if the force is a function of absolute velocity it is necessary to introduce a variable mass. However. if the force is a function of relative velocity the correct trajectory is predicted with a constant mass. Consequently. both the Weber Equation and the new Gaussian equation explain the experimental trajectories of charged particles in a uniform electric field with a mass which does not vary.

- High Velocity Applications of Electrodynamics (1999) [Updated 2 years ago]
The problem of the trajectory of a charged particle in both electric and magnetic fields is formulated in three ways: utilizing the Weber equation for the force between moving charges. the classical equation and the new Gaussian equation: In the analysis. in terms of the classic equation, it is necessary to assume that mass varies with velocity. Since both the Weber equation and the new Gaussian equation are expressed in terms of relative velocity, it is possible to retain the simpler concept of constant mass. Applications will be made to the key high velocity configurations. It is not possible to discriminate between the three theories studies on the basis of this set of applications. since the classical theory can be made to conform with real measurements by introducing variation of mass with velocity.

- Electromagnetic Fields from Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 2 years ago]
The field of a static charge distribution will be examined from three viewpoints: the Weber equation, the classical equation on which special relativity is based and the new Gaussian equation. It will be shown that with the Weber equation the force is a function of both velocity and acceleration and with the new Gaussian equation the force in a uniform electric field depends on the velocity of the test charge. But with the classical equation the force is independent of the velocity of the test charge. Experimental trajectories require mass to vary with velocity if the classical equation is postulated as in special relativity. But these trajectories may be consistent with a constant mass in both the Weber and the new Gaussian formulations. The field of a stationary current element is also examined from the three viewpoints. Extra terms occur with the Weber and the New Gaussian equations that will be significant in the analysis of high-speed charges moving in magnetic fields. Finally the force between stationary current elements is analyzed. According to classical theory the force is always perpendicular to the current element on which it acts. Tangential forces such as have been observed in many experiments can occur with both the Weber and the New Gaussian Equations.

Aka "The Uniform Electric Field from Three Viewpoints"

- The Motion of an Electric Charge in a Uniform Electric Field: Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 2 years ago]
The force on a charge moving in a uniform electric field is calculated in three ways: from the Weber equation proposed in 1846: from the classtcal equation generally taught today; and from the new Gaussian equation recently proposed and published by Moon, Spencer, Mirchandaney, Shama and Mann (Proceedings of the International Conference on Problems of Space, Time, Gravitation (Sept. 1996. St. Petersburg, Russia: pp. 188-195)). The classical field 150 a constant, but the Weber and new Gaussian fields are different functions of velocity.

- The Electrodynamic Formulation of the Hering Furnace and Overhead Welding: Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 2 years ago]
The Hering furnace and overhead welding have previously been analyzed from the po1ot of view of the currently taught classical equation and the new Gaussian equation of Moon, Spencer, et al for the force between moving charges. This paper extends this analysis to the Weber equation of 1846. Conclusions are drawn on the validity of each of these three electrodynamic equations.

- Unipolar Induction from Three Viewpoints (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
The general formulation of the electroaagnetlc induction problem is applied to three special cases for which experimental results are available; (I) Only the copper disc rotates; (II) Both copper disk and magnetic field rotate at same angular velocity; and (III) Only the magnetic field rotate. Each will be analyzed in terms of the same three viewpoints used in the previous papers: Weber's 1846 equation: the currently taught classical equation; and the new Gaussian equation of Moon, Spencer, et al. Significant conclusions 101111 be drawn on the validity of these three electrodynamic equations.

- The General Electromagnetic Formulation of the Unipolar Induction Problem (1998) [Updated 8 years ago]
The general electromagnetic induction problem is formulated in three ways: from the Weber equation proposed in 1846; from the classical equation generally taught today: and from the new Gaussian equation recently proposed by Moon, Spencer, Mirchandaney, Shama, and Mann. The angular velocity of the copper conductor (Omega) and the angular velocity of the magnetic field Q are arbitrary.

- Weber's Equation and the Scalar Potential (1997) [Updated 2 years ago]
Weber's equation for the force between moving charges was published in 1846. In 1848 Weber published a second paper in which he claimed to have derived his equation for the force between moving charges from the gradient of a scalar potential which was a function of position and relative velocity. I n this paper we prove that Weber's mathematical derivation does not employ the correct tensor definition of the gradient. Weber's formulation for the derivation of his force equation from his scalar potential is flawed from the point of view of modern holor theory. However, this does not invalidate Weber's force equation. It may be useful even though it cannot be derived from the gradient of Weber's scalar potential.

- The Hering Experiment from Three Viewpoints (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
The paper presents an experimental verification of the validity of the new Gaussian equation for the force between moving charges. Equations for the force between current elements which are derived from the Weber equation, the classical equation and the new Gaussian equation are presented. These equations are applied to the Hering furnace. The operation of the Hering furnace is consistent with the new Gaussian equation for the force between moving charges. There are difficulties with the Weber equation and the classical equation predicts that a furnace which has been used In industry for nearly a century cannot possibly operate.

- Overhead Welding from Three Viewpoints (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
The paper presents a second experimental verification of the validity of the new Gaussian equation for the force between moving charges. Three equations for the force between moving charges are applied to the problem of overhead welding: the Weber equation, the classical equation and the new Gaussian equation. From the new Gaussian equation, it is found that large electromagnetic forces are present which hold the weld bead in place. According to the classical equation, these forces do not exist and overhead welding is impossible. According to the Weber equation, the weld bead is repelled by a large electromagnetic force!

- Unified Analysis of Electromagnetic Induction (1997) [Updated 8 years ago]
The paper considers the force field of a pair of charges which are stationary with respect to each other in two coordinate systems. One is stationary relative to the charges. The other is in non-uniform motion relative to the charges. Interesting paradoxes result.

- Holors, Tensors, and the Mystery of Inertia (1996) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Gaussian Electrodynamics and the Constancy of Mass (1996) [Updated 2 years ago]
- A New Interpretation of the Hafele-Keating Experiment (1996) [Updated 2 years ago]
It is generally considered that one of the most crucial experiments in support of the special theory of relativity is the Hafele-Keating experiment. Four atomic clocks were flown around the world and then compared with the master clock in Washington, D.C. However, the original paper did not publish the raw data. Dr. Keating has been kind enough to permit us to analyze the raw data. We have found that an entirely different interpretation of the experimental data, which supports the universal time postulate on the velocity of light, is perfectly consistent with the experimental data obtained by Hafele and Keating. Thus, one of the essential experimental supports of the relativistic theory of time dilation is shown to be invalid. Instead, the original data provide additional strongsupport of the reality of the universal time postulate on the velocity of light.

This article aka "Analysis of the Hafele-Keating Experiment"

- unipolar generator (1995) [Updated 8 years ago]
- The Force Between Current Elements (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
Amp?re proposed an equation for the force between current elements in 1823. Gauss and Weber suggested equations for the force between moving charges which are derived from scalar potentials and are consistent with the Amp?re equation. Grassmann derived an alternative equation for the force between current elements in 1845, which is often called the Lorentz force. This paper derives a time-variant generalization of this equation. It also proposes a new equation for the force between current elements that satisfies the basic criteria suggested by Gauss and Hertz.

- The Electrodynamics of Gauss, Neumann, and Hertz (1994) [Updated 2 years ago]
This paper is based on the fundamental criteria for the electrodynamic equation suggested by Gauss. It considers the definitions of the electric field proposed by Neumann and by Hertz. The classical formulation utilizing Neumann's definition and Einstein's postulate on the velocity of light does not satisfy the criteria suggested by Gauss. A new electrodynamic equation is proposed, utilizing the Hertzian definition of the electric field and the universal time postulate on the velocity of light, which does satisfy the Gaussian criteria.

- Experimental Support for the Validity of the Gaussian EM... (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Partial and Total Derivatives in Retarded Force Equations (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Partial and Total Derivatives and the Force Between Current Elements (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Revision of Relative Velocity Equation for the Force Between Moving Charges (1993) [Updated 2 years ago]
- Can Maxwell's Equations be Derived from the Lorenz Retarded Potentials? (1993) [Updated 8 years ago]
- Total and Partial Derivatives (1992) [Updated 8 years ago]
- A Comparison of Three Equations for the Force Between Current Elements (1992) [Updated 8 years ago]