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Physics Essays has been established as an international journal dedicated to theoretical and experimental aspects of fundamental problems in Physics and, generally, to the advancement of basic knowledge of Physics. The Journal’s mandate is to publish rigorous and methodological examinations of past, current, and advanced concepts, methods and results in physics research. Physics Essays dedicates itself to the publication of stimulating exploratory, and original papers in a variety of physics disciplines, such as spectroscopy, quantum mechanics, particle physics, electromagnetic theory, astrophysics, space physics, mathematical methods in physics, plasma physics, philosophical aspects of physics, chemical physics, and relativity.






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Volume 35: Pages 321-321, 2022

Einstein’s questioning and speculations lead to theoretical photon momentum

Emory Taylor1and Rajan Iyer2

1100 W. Main St., Apt 715 Bloomfield, 47424 Indiana, USA

2Engineeringinc International Operational Teknet Earth Global, Tempe, 85283 Arizona, USA


Volume 35: Pages 320-320, 2022

Erratum: “Classical and extended electrodynamics” [Phys. Essays 32, 112 (2019)]

Lee M. Hively1and Andrew S. Loebl2

14947 Ardley Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80922, USA

29325 Briarwood Blvd., Knoxville, Tennessee 39723, USA



Volume 35: Pages 313-319, 2022

Double-slit interference and single-slit diffraction experiments on electrons

Huawang Li

Unit H 5/F Liyuan Mansion, No. 16 Mingze Street Zhongshan Dist., Dalian 116001, Liaoning Province, China


Volume 35: Pages 309-312, 2022

An accurate analysis of the Michelson–Morley experiment shows that the speed of light is not a constant relative to a moving frame

Cyrus Master-Khodabakhsh

BIHE Global Faculty, 4 Hood Ave., Rodd Point, New South Wale 2046, Australia


Volume 35: Pages 305-308, 2022

Temporal and timeless cognition in physics

Amrit Šorli and Štefan Čelan

Scientific Research Centre Bistra Ptuj, Slovenski trg 6, 2250 Ptuj, Slovenija


Volume 35: Pages 300-304, 2022

Gravitational waves in the dynamic medium of reference theory

Olivier Pignard

16 Boulevard du Docteur Cathelin, 91160 Longjumeau, France


Volume 35: Pages 294-299, 2022

Lunar ephemeris at sub microarcsecond accuracy (LESMA) leads to sub-millimeter positional accuracy of the moon

Abhijit Biswas and Krishnan R. S. Mani

Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, 2A, Raja S. C. Mullick Road, Calcutta 700 032, India


Volume 35: Pages 287-293, 2022

Einstein’s bias blind spot: It is evident that the longitudinal Doppler effect contradicts the constancy of the velocity of light c in reference frames

Reiner Georg Ziefle

Brunnenstrasse 17, 91598 Colmberg, Germany


Volume 35: Pages 276-286, 2022

Reframing the general theory of relativity

Michael Kunkler

Relative Analytica, 91 Thurleston Avenue, Morden SM4 4BN, United Kingdom


Volume 35: Pages 270-275, 2022

There is no vacuum zero-point energy in our universe for massive particles within the scope of relativistic quantum mechanics

Huai-Yu Wang

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China


Volume 35: Pages 266-269, 2022

Emission, propagation, and reflection of light as mechanical phenomena: General considerations

Filip Dambi Filipescu

23995 N 167th Dr., Surprise, Arizona 85387, USA


 Volume 35: Pages 258-265, 2022

Toward a gravitational theory based on mass-induced accelerated space expansion

José M. Frade

Avda. Doctor Arce 37, 28002 Madrid, Spain


Volume 35: Pages 252-257, 2022

Aether destructive theory of gravity: Calculation of the aether pressure at the surface of the earth

Peter M. Atkinson,1and Samuel Nlend2

1Target Laboratory, No 33, Louie Avenue, Northcliffe, 2195 Randburg, Johannesburg, South Africa

2Centre for Telecommunications, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Johannesburg, No 28, First Street, 2192 Orange Grove, Johannesburg, South Africa


Volume 35: Pages 250-251, 2022

Inseparable realities result from the previous falsification of relativity and replacement of spacetime

Emory Taylor

100 W. Main St. Apt 715, Bloomfield, Indiana 47424, USA


Volume 35: Pages 227-249, 2022

Critical review of classical electrodynamics

Patrick Cornille

Advanced Electromagnetic Systems, 7 Rue de la Perdriere, 59320 Ennetieres-en-Weppes, France


Volume 35: Pages 220-226, 2022

The meanings of the mysterious number 137

Alfredo Bacchieri

via Ingegneri 2, 26100 Cremona, Italy


Volume 35: Pages 208-219, 2022

Gravitational fields and gravitational waves

Tony Yuan

Department of Electronic Engineering, Beihang University, No. 37 Xueyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100191, China


Volume 35: Pages 202-207, 2022

An intuitive and simplified formulation of general relativistic gravity in empty space

Lane R. Miller

Fuquay Varina, North Carolina 27526, USA


Volume 35: Pages 197-201, 2022

Overcoming the quantum mechanics measurement problem by experiment and theory

Eric Stanley Reiter

251 Nelson Avenue, Pacifica, California 94044, USA


Volume 35: Pages 191-196, 2022

An original relationship between space, time, gravity, and mass established by dimensional analysis

Teodor Ognean

Sos. Alexandria, 19, Bl. 30, Sc. C, et 3, Ap. 42, Sector 5, 051525 Bucharest, Romania


Volume 35: Pages 181-190, 2022

Contradiction in Einstein’s subjective explanation of the gravitational and kinematic time dilation

Reiner Georg Ziefle

Brunnenstrasse 17, 91598 Colmberg, Germany


Volume 35: Pages 175-180, 2022

Mass-area equivalence in classical physics and aspects of mutual shielding of objects

Toir Makhsudovich Radzhabov

Research Institute at Tajik National University, Rudaki Ave., 17. 734025 Dushanbe, Republic of Tajikistan


Volume 35: Pages 171-174, 2022

On the wave nature of particles

Berat Tuğrul Uğurlu

Kutahya Health Science University, Medicine Faculty Evliya Celebi Training and Research Hospital, Okmeydani Street, 43100 Kutahya, Turkey


Volume 35: Pages 165-170, 2022

Mathematical extension of special relativity into three-dimensional internal acceleration

Jakub Czajko

6742 Weber Rd #1754, Corpus Christi, Texas 78427, USA


Volume 35: Pages 152-164, 2022

The modified fundamental equations of quantum mechanics

Huai-Yu Wang

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China


Volume 35: Pages 147-151, 2022

Classical physics derivation of quantization of electron elliptical orbit in hydrogenlike atom

Jiqing Zeng

South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510650, China


Volume 35: Pages 143-146, 2022

Grandfather paradox from a new perspective

Nazemi Mohammad

Technical Department, Shahid Dadbin College, 7617918148, TVU University of Kerman, Kerman, Iran


Volume 35: Pages 139-142, 2022

Cosmological expansion in the Solar System

L. A. King1and H. Sipilä2

127 Ivar Gardens, Basingstoke, RG24 8YD, United Kingdom

2Physics Foundation Society, Vasamatie 25, 02630 Espoo, Finland


Volume 35: Pages 136-138, 2022

The Tomonaga–Schwinger equation in flat space-time

John French

P.O. Box 514, Perry, Maine 04667, USA


Volume 35: Pages 127-135, 2022

Discretization and de-geometrization (II): Quantizing Minkowski’s spacetime continuum

Harry Ian Epstein

259 Maple Hill Road, Glencoe, Illinois 60022, USA



Volume 35: Pages 123-126, 2022

Time, observer, and consciousness

Amrit _Sorlia) and Stefan Celanb)

Scientific Research Centre Bistra Ptuj, Slovenski trg 6, 2250 Ptuj, Slovenija


Volume 35: Pages 115-122, 2022

Experimental proof-of-principle of heat recovery and recirculation in a reciprocating steam engine. Applicability of the technology to present electricity generating power plants and estimation of the yearly world energy saving and reduction of greenhouse gas emission

Emilio Panarella

Fusion Reactor Technology, Inc. (FRT), 2012 Woodglen Cres., Ottawa, Ontario K1J 6G4, Canada


Volume 35: Pages 111-114, 2022

Observation of a star’s orbit based on the emission and propagation of light as mechanical phenomena

Filip Dambi Filipescu

23995 N 167th Dr., Surprise, Arizona 85387, USA



Volume 35: Pages 100-110, 2022

Conservation of spatial volume and the emergence of gravity and electromagnetism

Keith W. Moored, Jr.

160 Sweetgum Street, Elkton, Virginia 22827, USA


Volume 35: Pages 99-99, 2022

Erratum and Addendum: Entropy scale factor may explain gravity, dark matter, and the expansion of space [Phys. Essays 35, 27 (2022)]

Christopher N. Watson

1300 East 86th Street, Suite 14, Indianapolis, Indiana 46240, USA


Volume 35: Pages 91-98, 2022

Cognitive bias in physics, with respect to Einstein’s relativity, is demonstrated by the famous experiment of Pound and Rebka (1960), which in reality refutes Einstein’s general relativity

Reiner Georg Ziefle

Brunnenstrasse 17, 91598 Colmberg, Germany


Volume 35: Pages 88-90, 2022

The wave theory of light gives better explanations for key phenomena in physics

John-Erik Persson

Budkavlevãgen 5, S-14 174 Segeltorp, Sweden


Volume 35: Pages 85-87, 2022

On fragility of psychokinetic (PK) effects in classical and quantum systems

Rajat Kumar Pradhan

Bhadrak Autonomous College, Bhadrak, Odisha 756100, India