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Volume 4 Number 1 March 1991 
Daniel H. Deutsch 
Electromechanical Physical Models of the Electron, Proton, Neutron, and Neutrino 
p. 3 

H. Aspden 
The Theory of Antigravity 
p. 13 

Thomas H. Hoovler 
Vibrational Coordinates for the Description of Physical Systems 
p. 20 

Stefan Marinov 
Propulsive and Rotating Ampere Bridges and the Principle of Relativity 
p. 30 

Harold Willis Milnes 
Some Experiments that Apparently Counterindicate Coulomb’s Law 
p. 37 

Steve Brown 
A Note Regarding Relativity 
p. 42 

Winston H. Bostick 
Mass, Charge, and Current: The Essence and Morphology 
p. 45 

Alexandru C.V. Ceapa 
Coordinate Transformations Between Coordinate Systems in Relative Motion 
p. 60 

YoungSea Huang 
Relativistic Kinematics I: A Theory of Relativistic Kinematics Based on Physical Reality 
p. 68 

Marek Czachor 
On Sachs’s Approach to the Unification of General Relativity and Electrodynamics 
p. 76 

S.X.K. Howusu 
On the Gravitation of Moving Bodies 
p. 81 

Frank M. Meno 
A PlanckLength Atomistic Kinetic Model of Physical Reality 
p. 94 

Akhlesh Lakhtakia 
A Case for Magnetic Sources 
p. 105 

A.K.T. Assis 
Can a Steady Current Generate an Electric Field? 
p. 109 

David 0. McGoveran and H. Pierre Noyes 
On the FineStructure Spectrum of Hydrogen 
p. 115 

Wallace Kantor 
Lorentz Transformations Reconsidered: 2 
p. 121 

Eftichios Bitsakis 
The Physical Meaning of the Superposition Principle 
p. 124 

Jaroslav Prochazka and Miroslav Sip 
A Contribution to the Description of Light Propagation in Inertial Reference Frames and an Interpretation of Physical Laws 
p. 134 

C.I.J.M. Stuart 
On the Completeness of Thermodynamics 
p. 142 

Daniel H. Deutsch 
Erratum: BohrWilsonSommerfeld Model of the Hydrogen Atom: A Reinterpretation 
p. 144 

 

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Volume 4 Number 2 June 1991 
E. Panarella 
Announcement: New Associate Editor for Physics Essays 
p. 147 

Ron Wilson 
Is the Limiting Factor of the Speed of Light the Influence of the Gravity Field? 
p. 148 

Guennady Kuznetsov 
Metaphysics I: Time and Space 
p. 157 

Marius Borneas 
Fields and Matter in Space and Time 
p. 172 

L. Mayants 
Why Bell’s Inequalities Fail to Comply with Experimentll 
p. 178 

Herbert H. Stevens, Jr. 
The FirstMind at Creation 
p. 186 

YoungSea Huang 
Relativistic Kinematics II: The Electromagnetic Force Law Relativistically Reexamined 
p. 194 

A. Jannussis, M. Mijatovic, and B. Veljanoski 
Classical Examples of Santilli’s LieIsotopic Generalization of Galilean Relativity of Closed Systems with NonSeifAdjoint Internal Forces 
p. 202 

S.C. Tiwari 
Polarized Light and Chiral Invariance 
p. 212 

Donna Sutliff 
Why Physics Cannot Assume the Relativity of Motion or an Infinite Universe: Problems with Special and General Relativity 
p. 217 

Linda Vahala and George Vahala 
Filamentation in Highß Plasmas and Flux Penetration in Type II Superconductors 
p. 223 

C.G. Koutroulos 
Observations Concerning Relativistic Wave Equations of the First Order 
p. 228 

C.I. Mocanu 
The Relativistic Kinematic and Electromagnetic Problems of Thomas Rotation 
p. 238 

Thomas G. Schumann 
Realism and Mentalism with Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen 
p. 244 

Richard A.. Waldron 
Notes on the Form of the Force Law 
p. 247 

Parry Moon, Domina Eberle Spencer, and Shama Y.I. Uma 
The Sagnac Effect and the Postulates on the Velocity of Light 
p. 249 

Harry Gelman 
Lorentz Transformation of Direction 
p. 253 

Erik Trell 
On Rotational Symmetry and Real Geometrical Representations of the Elementary Particles With Special Reference to the N and ? Series 
p. 272 

C.I.J.M. Stuart 
On Negative Entropy and Entropy of Missing Information 
p. 284 

 

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Volume 4 Number 3 September 1991 
L. Mayants 
Probabilistic Physics and its Applications 
p. 293 

Yuri A. Rylov 
The Problem of Pair Production and A Statistical Principle 
p. 300 

Jack Sarfatti 
Design for a Superluminal Signaling Device 
p. 315 

A. Petrov 
How to Define Quantum Dynamical Systems 
p. 337 

Zeng Xinchuan 
Nonlinear Transformation of SpaceTime and Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics 
p. 344 

Hans Montanus 
Special Relativity in an Absolute Euclidean SpaceTime 
p. 350 

Joachim von Peschke 
Principles for Generalizing the Lorentz Transformations 
p. 357 

Howard C. Hayden 
Is the Velocity of Light Isotropic in the Frame of the Rotating Earth? 
p. 361 

Thomas E. Phipps, Jr. 
Stellar Aberration from the Standpoint of the Radiation Convection Hypothesis 
p. 368 

D.J. Larson 
An Absolute Theory Based on Coupled Spatial and Temporal Travel 
p. 373 

Mauro Francaviglia and Paulo Macedo 
The Evolution of the Concept of Ether and its Underlying Geometry 
p. 384 

C.I.J.M. Stuart 
Temporal Irreversibility of Conditional Probabilities 
p. 389 

Shahn Majiti 
Principle of RepresentationTheoretic SelfDuality 
p. 395 

B. Ahiborn, N. Kevlahan, and M. Lefrançois 
Coherence Energies of Turbulent Flow 
p. 406 

Chalmers W. Sherwin 
The Weber Radar 
p. 417 

Terence W. Casey 
On the Calculation of the Gravitational Constant 
p. 420 

H.S. Sadegh Angha and S. Aryainejad 
The Blooming Life of the Particle, Part 3 
p. 425 

Franco Selleri 
Book Review: Quantum Paradoxes and Physical Reality 
p. 436 

 

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Volume 4 Number 4 December 1991 
Behram N. Kursunoglu 
After Einstein and Schrödinger  A New Unified Field Theory 
p. 439 

Basil A. Orfanopoulos 
Accurate Quantum Retrodictions via the FreedmanClauser Experiment 
p. 519 

Gu YiMing 
The WaveParticle Duality and the Problem of Measurement 
p. 523 

YoungSea Huang 
Relativistic Kinematics III: A Relativistic Modification for Newton’s Gravitational Force Law 
p. 532 

Mei Xiaochun 
Reestablishment of the Axiomatic Foundation and Classical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics 
p. 542 

R.J. Dubisch 
Topology in Quantum Theory: Infrared Topology 
p. 555 

Robert B. Driscoll 
The de Broglie Wavelength of the Lepton, Quark, and Binary Hadron 
p. 561 

Yakir Z. Shoshani 
The Philosophical Origin of Quarks 
p. 566 

Damian CanalsFrau 
About the Photon 
p. 577 

William M. Honig 
An Electromagnetic World Picture, Part I: Massless DualCharged Fluids for Modeling Vacuum Space, Fundamental Particles, and Electromagnetic Waves 
p. 583 

I.J. Good 
The Kinematics of Special Relativity, and Dingle’s Fallacies 
p. 591 

V. Arunasalam 
Mapping in Inertial Frames 
p. 596 

C.I.J.M. Stuart 
On Quantum Idealization 
p. 607 

P.R. Wallace 
Is Quantum Mechanics Paradoxical? 
p. 614 


Index to Volume 4 
p. 620 

 