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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. The establishment of such an advanced physics journal was endorsed, among others, by one of its first Editorial Board members and Nobel Prize Gerhard Herzberg, who wrote a Foreword in 1988 in which he states that ".....The new journal promises also to give greater freedom to authors in discussing critical and unsettled points in the foundations of physics, a policy that relieves some of the rigidity of the present reviewing system adopted by many journals.....", and added "....It is my pleasure and privilege to wish the new journal all possible success. May it contribute to the better understanding of the foundations and development of physics and inspire an appreciation for the value of unrestrained scientific inquiry...". The "Foreword" by Gerhard Herzberg (Phys. Essays, Volume 1, No. 1 p. 3, Year 1988) is available by clicking hereThis policy was confirmed 15 years later in an Editorial (Phys. Essays, Volume 15, No. 1 p. 3, Year  2003) available by clicking here.

         
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Volume 37: Pages 80-82, 2024

Maxwell’s equations in the Newtonian gravitational field derived from the elastic energy

Noboru Kohiyama

2-1-5-710 Shinmeidai, Hamura, Tokyo 205-0023, Japan

(28/2)


Volume 37: Pages 74-79, 2024

How Schwarzschild could have discovered and fixed the problem with his metric

Lane R. Miller,Larry M. Silverberg,Jeffrey W. Eischen,and Samuel R. Miller3

13328 Bentwillow Drive, Fuquay Varina, North Carolina 27526, USA

2Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, North Carolina State University, Campus Box 7910, Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7910, USA

623 Torrey Circle Q108, San Diego, California 92130, USA

(13/2)


Volume 37: Pages 71-73, 2024

Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, Bohr’s complementarity principle, and the Copenhagen interpretation

Emory Taylor1and Rajan Iyer2

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

2Engineeringinc International Operational Teknet Earth Global, 1113 West Auburn Dr., Tempe, Arizona 85283, USA

(12/2)


Volume 37: Pages 64-70, 2024

Experiment on the reflection and emission of light

Filip Dambi Filipescu

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

(7/2)


Volume 37: Pages 55-63, 2024

 

Observations of differences in electromagnetic velocity relative to anisotropy using a Lecher line and a standing electromagnetic wave

Rene Steinhauer

708 Driftwood Drive, Suisun City, California 94585, USA

((2/2)


Volume 37: Pages 46-54, 2024

Special relativity and the Lorentz equations. Errors in Einstein’s 1905 paper

Alasdair N. Beal

10 King George Avenue, Chapel Allerton, Leeds LS7 4LH, United Kingdom

(29/1)


Volume 37: Pages 38-45, 2024

Formulation of physical fields from systems of first order linear partial differential equations

Vu B Ho

9 Adela Court, Mulgrave, Victoria 3170, Australia

(26/1)


Volume 37: Pages 31-37, 2024

New gravitational model and quantization formula of the gravitational constant

Ning bo Kang

School of Food Science and Engineering, Ningxia University, 489 West Helan Shan Road, Yinchuan, Ningxia 750021, China

(24/1)


Volume 37: Pages 9-30, 2024

The quantum luminiferous aether

D. J. Larson

Particle Beam Lasers, Inc., Waxahachie, Texas 75167, USA

 (18/1)


Volume 37: Pages 1-8, 2024

An interconnected system of energy

Husam Wadi

Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute, 5000 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213-3890, USA

((17/1)


Volume 33: Pages 464-465, 2023

On the propagation of light and the existence of physical distances

Berat Tuğrul Uğurlu

422 Street, 54100 Adapazari, Sakarya, Turkey

(20/12}



Volume 36: Pages 459-463, 2023

An original idea on the “generation of mass” from light

Teodor Ognean

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

(18/12)


 

Volume 36: Pages 450-458, 2023

Completing Dirac’s work. The Dirac electron is a 2D hologram

James H. Wilson

Jove Sciences, Inc., 3834 Vista Azul, San Clemente, California 92672, USA

(13/12)


Volume 36: Pages 437-449, 2023

The case against gravity

Claude Robert Cahen

2722 Montana Avenue, Santa Monica, California 90403, USA

(11/12)


Volume 36: Pages 434-436, 2023

Emergent gravity without aberration

John-Erik Persson

Budkavlev€agen 5, 14174 Segeltorp, Sweden

(23/11)


Volume 36: Pages 422-433, 2023

Einstein’s special relativity applies a not recognized physical mistake leading to an absurd interpretation of the Michelson–Morley experiment and absurd physics

Reiner Georg Ziefle

Brunnenstrasse 17, 91598 Colmberg, Germany

(21/11)


Volume 36: Pages 416-421, 2023

Bohr’s atomic model and the probabilistic reality

Emory Taylor1and Rajan Iyer2

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

2Engineeringinc International Operational Teknet Earth Global, 1113 West Auburn Dr., Tempe, Arizona 85283, USA

Volume 36: Pages 411-416, 2023

(15/11)

The fourth dimension of space and the entanglement principle

Mahmood Alborzi

359 Brunswick Boul., No. 404, Pointe-Claire, Montreal, Québec H9R 0B9, Canada

(10/11)


Volume 36: Pages 405-410, 2023

On the distinction between corpuscular and wave processes and the arbitrariness in the basis of special relativity theory

Radzhabov Toir Makhsudovich

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

(9/11)


Volume 36: Pages 399-404, 2023

Special relativity with generalized Lorentz transformations and Minkowski line element

Vu B Ho

9 Adela Court, Mulgrave, Victoria 3170, Australia

(4/11)


 

 

Volume 36: Pages 385-398, 2023

A physical mechanism of the generation of stable positive kinetic energy systems and a qualitative explanation of the proportions of the four ingredients in the universe

 

Huai-Yu Wang

 

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

 

 

(13/11) 


Volume 36: Pages 377-384, 2023

A test to the constancy of the velocity of light with our solar system

Juan J. Schulz Poquet

El Maestro Argentino 1846 (1686), Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Argentina

(31/10)


 

Volume 36: Pages 372-376, 2023

Criticism of the Lorentz transformations

Jingshown Wu1 Hen-Wai Tsao1and Yen-Ru Huang2

1Department of Electrical Engineering, Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering, National Taiwan University, No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei 106, Taiwan

2Materials and Electro-Optics Research Divisions, National Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology, No.481, 6th Neighborhood, Sec. Jia’an, Zhongzheng Rd., Taoyuan 325, Taiwan

(17/10)


Volume 36: Pages 369-371, 2023

A note on anisotropic quantum gravity

S. Halayka

741 McCraney Crescent, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan S6V 6W3, Canada

(12/10)


Volume 36: Pages 361-368, 2023

Emission, propagation, and reflection of light as mechanical phenomena applied to the Majorana experiment

Filip Dambi Filipescu

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

(6/10)


Volume 36: Pages 358-360, 2023

Electronic transitions between energy levels without the emission of electromagnetic radiation

Emory Taylor1  and  Rajan Iyer2

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

2Engineeringinc International Operational Teknet Earth Global, 1113 West Auburn Dr., Tempe, Arizona 85283, USA

(2/10)


Volume 36: Pages 352-357, 2023

An intuitive and simplified formulation of general relativistic gravity in freely falling frames

Lane R. Miller

3328 Bentwillow Drive, Fuquay Varina, North Carolina 27526, USA

(21/9)


Volume 36: Pages 336-351, 2023

Model of the photon made up of lines of elementary waves. Realistic explanation of obtaining interferences by emitting photons one by one through two Young’s slits

Olivier Pignard

16 Boulevard du Docteur Cathelin, 91160 Longjumeau, France

(20/9)


Volume 36: Pages 299-335, 2023

The zitterbewegung electron puzzle

Inés Urdaneta Santos

International Space Federation SA, 6 Route de Malagnou, 1208 Genève, Switzerland; Torus Tech LLC, 991 Calle Negocio, San Clemente, California 92673, USA; and Hypatia Research Institute México, Nuevo Léon 213, CDMX 06170, México

(18/9)


Volume 36: Pages 287-298, 2023

A ubiquitous, nearby reservoir of electromagnetic energy hidden in the fourth spatial dimension as a consequence of Kelvin’s rule (for constant electric currents) and of the Poynting vector

Andreas Trupp

Kappenberger Damm 27, D-48151 Münster, Germany

(28/8)


Volume 36: Pages 277-286, 2023

Time dilation and the equivalence of inertial frames

Chandru Iyer1and G. M. Prabhu2

1C3/15A, First Floor, DLF Phase I, Gurugram 122002, Haryana, India

2Department of Computer Science, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011, USA

(20/8)


Volume 36: Pages 274-276, 2023

Airy’s experiment and the dragging of light by a moving medium

Filip Dambi Filipescu

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

(11/8)


Volume 36: Pages 269-273, 2023

On the mathematical structure of Einstein field equations and the existence of dark fields

Vu B Ho

9 Adela Court, Mulgrave, Victoria 3170, Australia

(7/8)


Volume 36: Pages 265-268, 2023

 

How Einstein prevents Bohr’s quantum mechanics from being a fundamental theory

Emory Taylor1and Rajan Iyer2

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

2Engineeringinc International Operational Teknet Earth Global, 1113 West Auburn Dr., Tempe,

Arizona 85283, USA

(3/8)


Volume 36: Pages 261-264, 2023

A hypothetical mechanism for the red shift of light in respect to the expansion of the universe

Michael James Curran

34 Bideford Court, Parkville, Maryland 21234, USA

(2/8)


Volume 36: Pages 259-60, 2023

Lorentz transformation for motion in the opposite direction

Jack G. Liu

University of Texas, HSCH, 1200 Pressler, Houston, Texas 77030, USA

(27/7)


Volume 36: Pages 256-258, 2023

Dielectric constant and magnetic permeability in the Newtonian gravitational field derived by the elastic energy

Noboru Kohiyama

2-1-5-710 Shinmeidai, Hamura, Tokyo 205-0023, Japan

(25/7)


Volume 36: Pages 250-255, 2023

Teletransportation paradox and quantum consciousness

Everett X. Wang,Zhong Lin Wang,1,2 Shudong Zhou,3 Zhanyong Hong,1and C. Wang4

1Beijing Institute of Nanoenergy and Nanosystems, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 101400, China

2Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332, USA

3Zscaler, Inc., San Jose, California 94555, USA

4Guangdong University of Technology, Guangzhou, Guangdong 510006, China

(23/7)


Volume 36: Pages 242-249, 2023

Three-dimensional space displacement through a fourth spatial dimension explains both light speed value and special relativity

José M. Frade

Avda. Doctor Arce 37, 28002 Madrid, Spain

 (4/7)


Volume 36: Pages 230-241, 2023

Einstein’s relativity falsified: I. The factor c can take values larger than √2, which requires a speed of light < c in moving inertial frames

Reiner Georg Ziefle

Brunnenstrasse 17, 91598 Colmberg, Germany

(16/6)


Volume 36: Pages 223-229, 2023

Reflection of light as a mechanical phenomenon applied to the Michelson interferometer with sunlight as a source

Filip Dambi Filipescu

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

(13/6)


Volume 36: Pages 216-222, 2023

The motion of massless “object” and the physical essence and motion law of light

Jiqing Zeng1and Tianhe Zeng2

1South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510650, China

2School of Environment, Jinan University, Guangzhou 511443, China

(6/6)


Volume 36: Pages 212-215, 2023

A classical guide to entanglement

Joseph Shaffer

 638 Pleasant St., Boulder, Colorado 80302, USA

(5/6)


Volume 36: Pages 198-211, 2023

Many-body theories for negative kinetic energy systems

Huai-Yu Wang

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

(2/6)


Volume 36: Pages 194-197, 2023

Investigating Casimir effect in sonoluminescence bubble: A brief overview

Ciprian Pater,1 Clara Javaherian,2 and Saad Tariq3

1Faculty of Humanities and Pedagogy, University of Agder, 4630 Kristianstad, Norway

2ARC Centre for Engineered Quantum Systems, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Macquarie University, 2109 Sydney, Australia

3Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Central Punjab, 54000 Lahore, Pakistan

(28/5)


Volume 36: Pages 190-193, 2023

Complete power cycle exhaust heat regeneration and the second law of thermodynamics

David Van Den Einde

1284 170th St., Bejou, Minnesota 56516, USA

(10/5)


Volume 36: Pages 173-189, 2023

Simultaneity, language, and experience

Randolph Lundberg

102 Kilbreck Drive, Cary, North Carolina 27511, USA

(9/5)


Volume 36: Pages 168-172, 2023

Importance of synchronization in the observation of event coordinates

Chandru Iyer

1344, Sector 37, Faridabad, Haryana 121003, India

(1/5)


Volume 36: Pages 160-167, 2023

Computer study of metric perturbations impinging on coupled axon tracts

Aman Chawla1 and Salvatore Domenic Morgera2

1Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Dayananda Sagar University, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562 112, India

2Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33620, USA

(27/4)


Volume 36: Pages 149-159, 2023

A theory of dark energy that matches dark matter

Huai-Yu Wang

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

(15/6)


 

Volume 36: Pages 140-148, 2023

The behaviors of the wave functions of small molecules with negative kinetic energies

Huai-Yu Wang

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

 (14/4)


Volume 36: Pages 129-139, 2023

Aether dynamics: Classical mechanics explained

Peter M. Atkinson1and 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

(12/4)


 

Volume 36: Pages 123-128, 2023

Can Lorentz relativistic mass explain the lack of velocity time dilation in quasars?

Espen Gaarder Haug1and Gianfranco Spavieri2

1Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Chr. Magnus Falsens vei 18, 1430 A°s, Norway

2Centro de Fisica Fundamental, Universidad de Los Andes, Merida 5101, Venezuela

(3/4)


Volume 36: Pages 117-122, 2023

A Euclidean geometric model that has a maximum speed c

Wenhui Zheng

No. 2, Lane 15, Chaohai Road, Chaoyang District, Shantou City, Guangdong Province 515000, China

(23/3)


Volume 36: Pages 112-116, 2023

Could motion be space-time expanding and contracting?

Frank De Silva

210/42 Jenner st., Nundah, QLD 4012, Australia

(18/3)


Volume 36: Pages 107-111, 2023

The role of the algebraic presign of the terms in the particles partition function

Borros Arneth

Philipps University Marburg, Baldinger Str 1, 35033 Marburg, Germany

(13/3)


Volume 36: Pages 100-106, 2023

Conservation of angular momentum and the existence of absolute time and space

A. Paglietti

University of Cagliari, 09123 Cagliari, Italy

(6/3)


Volume 36: Pages 94-99, 2023

The optical measurement speed of moving bodies and the observer’s position effect

Tianhe Zeng1 and Jiqing Zeng2

1School of Environment, Jinan University, Guangzhou 511443, China

2South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou 510650, China

(4/3)


Volume 36: Pages 90-93, 2023

Velocity of light through a moving medium applied to the Fizeau experiment

Filip Dambi Filipescu

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

(28/2)


Volume 36: Pages 87-89, 2023

Comment on “Bell tests explained by classical optics without quantum entanglement” by Dean L. Mamas [Phys. Essays 34, 340 (2021)]

Richard D. Gill

Mathematical Institute, Leiden University, Niels Bohrweg 1, 2333 CA Leiden, the Netherlands

Volume 36: Pages 77-86, 2023

(21/2)


Anomalous entropic effects in physical systems associated with collective consciousness

Dean Radin

Institute of Noetic Sciences, 7250 Redwood Blvd., Suite 208, Novato, California 94945-3271, USA

(17/2)


Volume 36: Pages 61-76, 2023

Fundamentals of unified physics

Alfredo Bacchieri

via Ingegneri 2, 26100 Cremona, Italy

(24/2)


Volume 36: Pages 55-60, 2023

Further considerations about light and gravity in terms of classical mechanics

Michael James Curran

34 Bideford Court, Parkville, Maryland 21234, USA

(6/2)


Volume 36: Pages 51-54, 2023

Mass-energy equation and the theory of photon emission derived from Bohr’s theory

Noboru Kohiyama

2-1-5-710 Shinmeidai, Hamura, Tokyo 205-0023, Japan

(29/1)


Volume 36: Pages 37-50, 2023

Testing a Planck scale mechanism by applying to matter a law for light: A new gravity theory that closely mimics standard theory

J. M. Kerr

16 Rose Lane, Ripley, Surrey GU23 6NE, United Kingdom

 (25/1)


Volume 36: Pages 33-36, 2023

Entanglement physics: Newtonian mechanics involves entanglement, ether, and equivalence principle

Masanori Sato

Aichi Institute of Technology, 1247 Yachigusa, Yakusa-cho, Toyota, Aichi 470-0392, Japan

(23/1)


Volume 36: Pages 30-32, 2023

Double slit interference: Part I

Richard Oldani

2203 Clymer-Sherman Rd., Clymer, New York 14724, USA

(18/1)


Volume 36: Pages 22-29, 2023

Time has no dimensionality or physical existence

J. N. Percival

Chappell Natural Philosophy Society, 79 Haviland Road, Ridgefield, Connecticut 06877, USA

(13/1)


Volume 36: Pages 13-21, 2023

Liouville equation in statistical mechanics is not applicable to gases composed of colliding molecules

Huai-Yu Wang

Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

(9.1)


Volume 36: Pages 1-12, 2023

Summing up the Feynman diagrams: Toward quantum gluonodynamics

Borros Arneth

Philipps University Marburg, Baldingerstr. 1, 35033 Marburg, Germany and Justus Liebig University Giessen, Feulgenstr 12, 35392 Giessen, Germany

(26/12)