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Physics and Relativity
Causality, Electromagnetic Induction, and Gravitation
by Oleg D. Jefimenk
"A Different Approach to the Theory of Electromagnetic and Gravitational Fields." A strikingly new exploration of the fundamentals of Maxwell's electromagnetic theory and Newton's theory of gravitation.
Electret Scientific Co Paperback, 2000
Einstein Plus Two
by Petr Beckmann
Presents Dr. Beckmann's theory that effects conventionally attributed to Einsteinian Relativity can be explained more simply.
Golem Press Paperback, 1987
Electromagnetic Retardation and the Theory of Relativity
by Oleg D. Jefimenko
An exposition of the theory of electromagnetic retardation, with a new interpretation of the effects conventionally attributed to Relativity.
Electret Scientific Co Paperback, 2004
Exploding A Myth
by Jeremy Dunning-Davies
Conventional Wisdom or Scientific Truth?
Horwood Publishing Paperback, 2007
Fabric of Reality, The
by David Deutsch
Brings together Deutsch's theories of physics, computation, and knowledge into a comprehensive philosophy of reality that is rational and optimistic.
Penguin Paperback, 1997
Newtonian Electrodynamics
by Peter Graneau and Neal Graneau
A detailed technical account of how 19th century electromagnetics explains and enables analysis of experiments with exploding wires, railguns, and arc dynamics that cannot be accounted for satisfactorily by relativistic field theory.
World Scientific Publishing Company Paperback, 1996
Not Even Wrong
by Peter Woit
The Failure of String Theory and the Search for Unity in Physical Law for Unity in Physical Law
Basic Books Paperback, 2007
Parallel Universes
by Fred Alan Wolf
An entertaining introduction to the concept of alternate realities and how they answer some of the paradoxes confronting modern physics.
Simon & Schuster Paperback, 1998
Physics of Christianity, The
by Frank J. Tipler
Modern physics, the existence of God, and the plausibility of miracles
Doubleday Hardback, 2007
Physics of Immortality: Modern Cosmology, God and Resurrection of the Dead, The
by Frank J. Tipler
Presents an argument for the necessary existence of God, derived purely from mathematical and logical procedures.
Anchor Paperback, 1997
Doubleday Hardback, 1994
Quantum Reality
by Nick Herbert
A clearly explained layman's introduction to quantum physics, and an accessible excursion into metaphysics and the meaning of reality.
Anchor Paperback, 1985
Trouble With Physics, The
by Lee Smolin
The Rise of String Theory, The Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next
Mariner Books Paperback, 2007
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