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Dr. Paul Wesley
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Dr. Paul Wesley (Books)

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by Paul Wesley, Peter Marquardt

Pages: 354
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 2006
ISBN: 39800942102

The wave-particle problem is resolved by the mathematical isomorphism between hydrodynamics and wave theory. Quantum particles, such as photons for light, yield waves when periodically arrayed with the de Broglie wavelength and translated. Wave equations, such as the Schroedinger equation, are satisfied. Quantum particles, moving along discrete trajectories as functions of time and initial conditions yield double pinhole interference and all other such typical wave behavior. Quantization arises when particles are forced into standing waves. The electrodynamic properties of light are due to electric dipole photons. Photons propagating with fixed time delays account for the behavior of light in absolute moving media.

Absolute space is seen to exist from the fixed stars and from the fact that the velocity of light c with respect to absolute space such that the observed velocity c* = c - v (the absolute velocity of the Earth) as shown by Roemer, Bradley, Sagnac, Conklin, Marinov, and others. The gravitational potential due to the fixed stars Φ0 = c2, is the same everywhere in absolute fixed space. Mass-energy, being gravitational energy mΦ0 = mc2, means the absolute kinetic energy is zero only when stationary in absolute space. The Michelson-Morley result is a classical Doppler effect in absolute space-time.

Gravitation with a finite velocity of action c yields gravity waves and resolves Seeliger's paradox. A cosmological constant β0 in a uniform universe accounts for the cosmological red shift with a Hubble constant H = β0/c, thereby resolving Olber's paradox. The 2.7?K cosmic background radiation is cosmologically red shifted starlight.

Cosmology is based upon an infinite, perpetual, steady-state universe, uniform in the large. A flux of high entropy waste radiated off into deep space forces local entropy reducing processes, such as the condensation of low entropy stars from high entropy gas and dust, or the generation of low entropy life from a high entropy environment. Such ordering occurs only as a local fluctuation of the order of 109 years in time and light years in space. An ordered death as super-massive bodies is avoided when two collide allowing mass to escape from their gravitational traps to again create disorder in gas and dust.

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by Gottfried Anger, Paul Wesley, Hans Kaegelmann

Pages: 64
Publisher: Argo / Verlag Kritische Wissenschaft
Year: 2005
ISBN: 3937987215
ISBN: 978-3937987217
ISBN: 3925914331
ISBN: 978-3925914331

3. Band des Gesamtwerkes von 80 Autoren u.a. Philosophen, Mathematikern, Physikern, Technikern und Aerzten geschrieben: Die Urknalltheorie ist falsch und ist damit bereits die zweite, als anerkannt geltende physikalische Theorie, neben der Relativitaetstheorie, die wissenschaftlich korrekt faellt: Die Rotverschiebungen verschiedener Strahlungsobjekte verhalten sich nicht so zueinander, wie sie sich verhalten muessten, wenn sie durch eine als Urknall bezeichnete Explosion erfolgteAuseinanderbewegungen diverser Strahlungsobjekte entstanden waeren. Dies ist durch andere Moeglichkeiten widerspruchsfrei erklaerbar.

Other authors: Gerd Duering & Helmut Soeder.

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by Paul Wesley

Pages: 428
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 2002
ISBN: 3980094294

Scientific Physics is physics based upon ordinary empirical scientific principles. Traditional orthodox physics has become mired down in mystical ideas, anti-scientific principles, and denials of obvious experimental facts. The evidence reviewed in this book proves space-time is absolute ? no "special relativity" nonsense. A cosmology is presented for an eternal, infinite, uniform in-the-large, steady-state, nonexpanding universe that fits all of the facts ? no impossible "big bang", no "curved space", no "expanding universe", no "bounded universe", etc. The far-reaching consequences of mass-energy equivalence (known in the 1800?s) are explored, yielding neomechanics in absolute space-time, a new gravitational theory, etc. An electrodynamic field theory is presented that agrees with Ampere?s original force law, with Weber electrodynamics for slowly varying effects, and predicts longitudinal electrodynamic K waves (recently observed), yields the force that drives the Marinov motor and that explains the Aharonov-Bohm effect ? no error-ridden Maxwell theory, no Faraday law of electromagnetic induction, no absurd Biot-Savart law, etc. The conditions for creating thermodynamic order are presented, which indicate why low entropy life exists, why stars are born from high entropy gas and dust, why territorial behavior of all organisms and man, etc. It is shown how quantum particles move along discrete trajectories as explicit function of time to yield all observed wave behavior. The empirically correct Wesley wave, Y = sin [p?(r-vt)/h], for free particles is generalized to yield wave equations for bound particles ? no "wave-particle duality", no single particle interfering with itself, no single particle going through both slits to produce interference, no "uncertainty principle", no intrinsic "probability amplitudes", no superposition of physical states, no "complementarity", no astrological "nonlocality", no thoughts affecting experimental results, no "indistinguishable" particles, no "expectation values" as observables, no "operator approach", etc.

Book Review: Selected Topics in Scientific Physics by Dr. Thomas E. Phipps Jr.

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by Paul Wesley

Pages: 366
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 1996
ISBN: 3980094251

Classical Quantum Theory is based upon classical wave theory, where the motion of a point quantum particles is prescribed by the Poynting vector. Standing waves yield bound particle motion along closed paths with quantized constants of the motion. Quantum, or wave, behavior is an ensemble phenomenon. Interference requires many particles. Interference disappears for low enough intensity. Claims of observing single-particle self interference are not justified. The orthodox Copenhagen quantum mechanics is about to fail conceptually and experimentally in numerous ways. The "uncertainty principle" fails by many orders of magnitude to fit actual observations. The claim of Aspect et al of observing a violation of Bell?s inequality is fraudulent; unwanted data is discarded and an impossible 100% single-photon detection efficiency is assumed. Sources radiate as infrequent bursts of many photons lasting the coherence time, which explains low intensity interference, natural line widths, and the Brown-Twiss effect. Photons do not travel both down and back in the arms of Michelson?s interferometer; so no conclusions can be drawn about the energy velocity of light from the Michelson-Morley result. The observed oneway energy velocity of light depends upon the velocity of the observer. Neglecting the absolute velocity of the observer leads to imprecision in the US Global Positioning Satellite System, in the synchronization of clocks around the world, and in the value of c found in the tables. Hoek?s experiment shows that photons in a moving medium propagate with the velocity c between atoms and remain attached to the atoms for a fixed time delay; there is no ether drag. The Maxwell theory is a limited inadequate theory that fails many experimental tests. Weber electrodynamics is excellent in predicting slowly varying effects; but it fails for rapidly varying effects. An empirically correct electrodynamics valid for both slow and rapidly varying effects is derived by writing the Weber theory in terms of fields and introducing time retardation. The Aharonov-Bohm effect is shown to be due to the ordinary classical macroscopic electrodynamic force of motional induction, where the magnetic field can remain identically zero.

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by Paul Wesley

Pages: 452
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 1991
ISBN: 3980094235

This book is suitable for an advanced course in fundamental physics. The latest evidence and theories in certain crucial areas are presented and analyzed free from the restraints of old ineffective traditional ideas. The empirical facts agree with the absolute space-time of Newton Galilean kinematics is fundamental. When all experiments are considered, the oneway energy velocity of light is found to be c fixed with respect to absolute space. As originally predicted by Voigt in 1887, the Michelson-Morley result is a Doppler effect in absolute space-time. Kaufman mechanics, where the particle momentum is p = mv/√(1 ? v2/c2) and v is the absolute velocity, while probably correct, needs further confirmation. Mass energy equivalence, E = mc2, is an important fundamental fact. Newtonian gravitation extended to include the mass equivalent of the field energy itself as part of the source mass yields Hubble?s constant and permits super massive bodies (black holes). Quasars and galaxies can arise as collisions between super massive bodies. The Weber potential from electrodynamics when applied to gravitation yields Mach?s principle. Recent decisive experiments show that Weber electrodynamics, extended to fields and radiation, is correct and that Maxwell theory is wrong. The original Ampere force law is correct; and the Biot-Savart law, which violates Newtons?s third law, is wrong. The spinning charged ring model of the electron, held together by electromagnetic forces only, yields all of the electron?s properties including the anamolous magnetic moment. Quantum theory is based upon classical wave theory where the phase is p?(r ? vt)/h. Poynting?s vector prescribes discrete particle trajectories that yield interference patterns, including the double pinhole pattern. Initial conditions prescribes exact subsequent motion as in classical physics. For bound particles the Schroedinger equation yields the usual eigenvalues. Irreversible thermodynamic ordering processes in an open system are driven by entropy production. A statistical thermodynamic system with a temperature greater than 2.7 K open to deep space proceeds toward states of lower entropy. This powerful law of nature indicates the direction of cosmological processes and the evolution of life. The 2.7 K cosmic background is the red shifted light from the most distant galaxies.

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by Umberto Bartocci, Paul Wesley

Pages: 396
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 1989
ISBN: 3980094235

This book presents 26 papers concerning important fundamental questions in mathematics and physics. Is a line a continuum or a dense set of points? Is space empty or does it contain an ether? Is the ether a sea of virtual particles or a gravitational field? Does quantum theory say nature is actually unpredictable? Can alternative logics resolve paradoxes in physics? Are the space-time ideas of relativity tenable? Can absolute velocities be measured? Can conservation of energy be violated? Why are gravitational and inertial masses equal? Does mass really change with velocity? The authors do not agree with each other. Some accept relativity, while others say it is wrong. The observed force between suspended antennas and the results of many other experiments contradict Maxwell theory and special relativity and are predicted by classical Weber electrodynamics. Some claim quantum behavior is intrinsically unpredictable; while others claim microphysical reality and suggest crucial experiments to prove their point. There is a claim to having observed cold nuclear fusion in a spark discharge. There is a claim to having violated the conservation of momentum and energy experimentally. The Weber potential (so successful in electrodynamics) when applied to gravitation predicts the mass-times-acceleration force as an induction force due to the far mass in the universe, verifying Mach?s principle and proving the identity of gravitational and inertial mass. A unipolar device is described that is supposed to extract energy from space. The Weber potential also predicts the result of the Kaufmann-Bucherer experiments; so mass may not, in fact, vary with velocity. This book presents some new important concrete results. It may not provide the reader with the particular answers he seeks; but many of the important fundamental questions are presented; and it provides a gold mine of references to facilitate the search for further answers.


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by Paul Wesley

Pages: 292
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 1987
ISBN: 3980094227

Progress in Space-Time Physics is a collection of current research papers by the world?s foremost authorities in space-time physics. It has been called into existence in lieu of another international conference such as the one held in Genova, Italy in 1982 (See The Proceedings of the International Conference on Space-Time Absoluteness, East-West Publishing, Graz, Austria, 1982.)

A description of Silvertooth?s brilliant experiment and its repetition by Marinov measuring the absolute velocity of the solar system in the closed laboratory are presented here for the first time. It has often been claimed that such an experiment is impossible! Yet Silvertooth and Marinov have now succeeded where Michelson and Morley failed 100 years ago.

This book provides an excellent source of new ideas concerning some of the most fundamental outstanding questions in physics today. The authors show amazing vigor and audacity. They may not be right; but at least they recognize the problems and present new creative ideas to try to solve them.

The authorities do not agree with each other. The reader must decide himself who may be right and who may be wrong. In any case, the thoughts presented here are a fresh departure from the stultifying dogmas of the past.

This book belongs on the bookshelf of every physicist and anyone else seriously interested in basic questions about our physical universe and existence.

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by Paul Wesley

Pages: 430
Publisher: Benjamin Wesley
Year: 1983
ISBN: 3980094200

Causal Quantum Theory presents original research derived from more than 35 years of study. Quantum mechanics is treated in a completely causal deterministic manner. Particle trajectories, which yield interference and diffraction patterns, are prescribed necessarily and uniquely. The centuries old wave particle problem is resolved. It is shown how particles, passing through two pinholes, travel along discrete trajectories to yield the double-pinhole interference pattern. Initial positions determine which photons are reflected and which refracted at an interface; no probabilistic ideas are needed. The penetration of a barrier is the result of the quantum potential. The discrete trajectories and motion of the electron in the hydrogen atom are presented. The motion of a particle in a box, the simple harmonic oscillator, and other examples are given. The Michelson-Morley result is revealed as a Doppler effect as originally predicted by Voigt in 1887 using absolute space-time. Absolute space-time physics is discussed in detail. This book provides the indispensible tools for the physics of tomorrow.

?---most impressive and, indeed, fascinating. It is a tremendous achievement?a work of competence and of terrific dimensions.? Karl Popper

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by Paul Wesley

Pages: 340
Publisher: Charles C. Thomas Pub.
Year: 1974
ISBN: 0398029598
ISBN: 978-0398029593