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RS Electrogravitic References: Part 18 of 19.

R. H. Dicke, "Cosmology, Mach's Principle and Relativity," 31 (7), 500- 509 

R. S. Shankland, "Michelson-Morley Experiment," 32 (1), 16-35 (1964). 

Philip Morrison, "Less May Be More," 32 (6), 441-457 (1964). 

A. L. Schawlow, "Measuring the Wavelength of Light with a Ruler," 33 (11), 
922-923 (1965).

Arthur Komar, "Foundations of Special Relativity and the Shape of the Big 
Dipper," 33 (12), 1024-1027 (1965).

R. H. Romer, "Angular Momentum of Static Electromagnetic Fields," 34 (9), 772-
778 (1966); "Electromagnetic Angular Momentum," 35 (5), 445-446(1967).

A. Gamba, "Physical Quantities in Different Reference Systems According to 
Relativity," 35 (2), 83-89 (1967).

Emerson M. Pugh and George E. Pugh, "Physical Significance of the Poynting 
Vector in Static Fields," 35 (2), 153-156 (1967). 

R. H. Dicke, "Gravitation and Cosmic Physics," 35 (7), 559-566 (1967). 

0. L. Brill and B. Goodman, "Causality in the Coulomb Gauge," 35 (9), 832-837 

Martin S. Tiersten, "Force, Momentum Change, and Motion," 37 (1), 82-87 

W. H. Furry, "Examples of Momentum Distributions in the Electromagnetic Field 
and in Matter," 37 (6), 621-636 (1969). 

Gerald Holton, "Einstein and the 'Crucial' Experiment," 37 (10), 968-982 

Herman Erlichson, "Aharonov-Bohm Effect and Quantum Effects on Charged 
Particles in Field-Free Regions," 38 (2), 162-173 (1970). 

F. 0. Schulz-DuBois, "Foucault Pendulum Experiment by Kamerlingh Onnes and 
Degenerate Perturbation Theory," 38 (2), 173-188 (1970). 

John Clarke, "The Josephson Effect and e/h," 38 (9), 1071-1095 (1970). 

Timothy H. Boyer, "Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Field for Charged 
Particles Moving with Constant Velocities," 39 (3), 257-270 (1971). 

Roger Y. Tsien, "Pictures of Dynamic Electric Fields," 40 (1), 46-56 (1972).

S. Chandrasekhar, "On the 'Derivation' of Einstein's Field Equations," 40 (2), 
224-234 (1972).

Barry R. Holstein and Arthur R. Swift, "The Relativity Twins in Free Fall," 40 
(5), 746-750 (1972).

Henry Pierce Stapp, "The Copenhagen Interpretation," 40 (8), 1098-1116 (1972).

N. Bloembergen, "The Concept of Temperature in Magnetism," 41 (3), 325-331 

Julian Schwinger, "Precession Teats of General Relativity -- Source Theory 
Derivations," 42 (6), 307-510 (1974).

Julian Schwinger, "Spin-Precession -- A Dynamical Discussion," 42 (6), 510-513 

Allan Franklin, "Principle of inertia in the Middle Ages," 44 (6), 529-545 

Hans C. Ohanian, "What is the principle of equivalence?" 45 (10), 903-909 

Frederik J. Belinfante, "Can individual elementary particles have individual 
properties?" 46 (4), 329-336 (1978). 

Timothy H. Boyar, "Electrostatic potential energy leading to an inertial mass 
change for a system of two point charges," 46 (4), 383-385 (1978). 

E. J. Konopioski, "What the electromagnetic vector potential describes," 46 
(5), 499-502 (1978).

Sidney D. Drell, "When is a particle?" 46 (6), 597-606 (1978). 

Timothy H. Boyer, "Electrostatic potential energy leading to a gravitational 
mass change for a system of two point charges," 47 (2), 129-131(1979).

Barry R. Holstein and Arthur R. Swift, "Elementary derivation of the radiation 
field from an accelerated charge," 49 (4), 346-347 (1981). 

P. C. Peters, "Where is the energy stored in a gravitational field?" 49(6), 
564-569 (1981).

Robert H. Romer, "Motion of a sphere on a tilted turntable," 49 (10), 985-986 

H. Richard Crane, "Short Foucault pendulum. A way to eliminate the precesson 
due to ellipticity," 49 (11), 1004-1006 (1981). 

M. Danos, "Bohm-Aharonov effect. The quantum mechanics of the electrical 
transformer," 50 (1), 64-66 (1982).

Frank S. Crawford, "Elementary derivation of the magnetic flux quantum," 50 
(6), 514-516 (1982).

Robert Weinstock, "Dismantling a centuries-old myth: Newton's Principia and 
inverse-square orbits," 50 (7), 610-617 (1982). 

Frank S. Crawford, "Superball and time-reversal invariance," 50 (9), 856 

Robert C. Hilborn, "Einstein coefficients, cross sections, f values, dipole 
moments, and all that," 50 (11). 982-986 (1982). 

Allen I. Janis, "Simultaneity and special relativistic kinematics," 51 (3), 
209-2l3 (1983).

Hans C. Ohanian, "On the approach to electro- and magnetostatic equilibrium," 
51 (11), 1020-1022 (1983). 

N. David Mermin, "Relativity without light," 52 (2), 119-124 (1984). 

Timothy H. Boyer, "Lorentz-transformation properties for energy and momentum 
in electromagnetic systems," 53 (2), 167-171 (1985). 

Tyler A. Abbott and David J. Griffiths, "Acceleration without radiation," 53 
(12), 1203-1211 (1985).

Victor F. Weisskopf, "Search for Simplicity: Maxwell, Rayleigh, and Mt. 
Everest," 54 (1), 13-14 (1986).

M. W. P. Strandberg, "Special relativity completed: The source of some 2s in 
the magnitude of physical phenomena," 54 (4), 321-331 (1986). 

Hans C. Ohanian, "What is spin?" 54 (6), 500-505 (1986). 

L. Lederman, "Unification, grand unification, and the unity of physics," 54 
(7), 594-600 (1986). 

E. T. Osypowski and M. G. Olason, "lsynchronous motion in classical 
mechanics," 55 (8), 720-725 (1987).

W. M. Saslow, "Electromechanical implications of Faraday's law: A problem 
collection," 55 (11), 986-993 (1987).

Michael S. Morris and Kip S. Thorne, "Wormholes in spacetime and their use for 
interstellar travel: A tool for teaching general relativity," 56 (5), 395-412 

Mark A. Heald, "Energy flow in circuits with Faraday emf," 56 (6), 540-547 

N. David Mermin, "The amazing many colored relativity engine," 56 (7), 600-6l1 

Timothy H. Bayer, "The force on a magnetic dipole," 56 (8), 688-692 (1988).

A. R. Janah, T. Padmanabhan, and T. P. Singh, "On Feynman's formula for the 
electromagnetic field of an arbitrarily moving charge," 56 (11), 1036-1038 

Harold S. Zapolsky, "On electric fields produced by steady currents," 56 (12), 
1137-1141 (1988).

M. Kugler, "Motion in noninertial systems: theory and demonstrations," 57 (3), 
247-251 (1989).

W. Zimmermann, Jr., "A wave-packet description of the motion of a charged 
particle in a uniform magnetic field," 57 (7), 593-598 (1989). 

Ray Skinner and John A. Weil, "An introduction to generalized functions and 
their application to static electromagnetic point dipoles, including hyperfine 
interactions," 57 (9), 777-791 (1989). 

S. Washburn, "Conductance fluctuations in loops of gold," 57 (12) 1069-1078 

Hans Dehmelt, "Less is more. Experiments with an individual atomic particle at 
rest in free space," 58 (1), 17-27 (1990). 

Robert J. Birgenau, "Novel magnetic phenomena and high-temperature 
superconductivity in lamellar copper oxides," 58 (1), 28-4O (1990). 

Freeman J. Dyson, "Feynman's proof of the Maxwell equations," 58 (3), 209-
211(1990). See also comments by Norman Dombey, Robert W. Brehme, James L. 
Anderson, and I. E. Farquhar, 59(l), 85-87 (1991). 

Cyrus S. MacLatchy and Hugh A. Chipman, "A dynamic method of measuring the 
charge induced on a conductor," 58 (9), 811-816 (1990). 

G. Matteucci, "Electron wavelike behavior: A historical and experimental 
introduction," 58(12), 1143-1147 (1990). -------------------------------------


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Apeiron Number 2 (February 1988)
* Jean-Claude Pecker/Jean-Pierre Vigier (University of Paris) – A 
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Apeiron Number 3 (August 1988)
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* S.V.M. Clube (University of Oxford) – Lorentzian Gravity and 

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* P.F. Browne (University of Manchester ) – de Sitter Cosmology 
Articles and books by Robert L. Forward: 

AUTHOR(s):	Cramer, John G. Forward, Robert L. Landis, Geoffrey A.
Visser, M. Benford, G.
TITLE:	Natural wormholes as gravitational lenses.
In: Physical Review-D: Particles, Fields, Gravitation 
Traversable wormholes, energy condition, time machines MAR 15 1995 v 51 n 6 
Page 3117

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, R.L.
TITLE:	Statite: A Spacecraft That Does Not Orbit.
In: Journal of spacecraft and rockets.
SEP 01 1991 v 28 n 5 Page 606

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, Robert
TITLE:	Advanced Space Propulsion.
In: The Journal of social, political, and economic s 
Wint 1990 v 15 n 4 Page 387

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, Robert L.
TITLE:	Light-Levitated Geostationary Cylindrical Orbits:
Correction and Expansion.
In: The Journal of the astronautical sciences. 
JUL 01 1990 v 38 n 3 Page 335

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, Robert L.
TITLE:	Advanced space propulsion.
In: Aerospace america.
JUL 01 1990 v 28 n 7 Page 60

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, Robert L.
TITLE:	Grey Solar Sails.
In: The Journal of the astronautical sciences. 
APR 01 1990 v 38 n 2 Page 161

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, Robert
TITLE:	The power of negative matter: Does matter with a negative
mass exist somewhere in the cosmos? If it does, it would make the perfect 
In: New scientist.
MAR 17 1990 v 125 n 1708 Page 54

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, R.L.
TITLE:	Solar Photon Thruster.
In: Journal of spacecraft and rockets.
JUL 01 1990 v 27 n 4 Page 411

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, R.L.
TITLE:	Negative matter Propulsion.
In: Journal of propulsion and power.
JAN 01 1990 v 6 n 1 Page 28

AUTHOR(s):	Forward, R.L.
TITLE:	Space Warps: A Review of One Form of Propulsionless
In: JBIS; Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 
NOV 01 1989 v 42 n 11 Page 533

AUTHOR:	Forward, Robert L.
TITLE:	Negative Matter Propulsion
In: July 1988 AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, 
Journal of Propulsion and Power Vol 6 no 1 pp 28-37 

AUTHOR(S):	Robert L. Forward and Joel Davis.
TITLE:	Mirror Matter: Pioneering Antimatter Physics
Source: New York : Wiley, 1988.
Series: Wiley science editions

AUTHOR:	Forward, Robert L.
TITLE:	Spin Drive To The Stars
In: ANALOG, Apr 1981, pp. 64-7O

AUTHOR:	Forward, R.L.
TITLE:	Far Out Physics
In: Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact
Vol 95, August 1975 pages 147-166

TITLE: Bibliography of interstellar travel and communication: 
April 1977
AUTHOR: Mallove, Eugene F. and Forward, Robert L. 

TITLE: Camelot 30K / 1993
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Dragon's egg ; Starquake / 1994
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: The flight of the dragonfly / 1985 AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Indistinguishable from magic : speculations and visions 
of the future / 1995
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Marooned on Eden / 1993
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Martian rainbow / 1991
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Mirror matter : pioneering antimatter physics / 1988 AUTHOR: Forward, 
Robert L.

TITLE: A national space program for interstellar exploration. 1975 AUTHOR: 
Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Ocean under the ice / 1994
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Rescued from paradise / 1995
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Return to Rocheworld / 1993
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Rocheworld / 1990
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Starquake / 1986
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

TITLE: Timemaster / 1992
AUTHOR: Forward, Robert L.

Dr. Harold Aspden recently retired after serving many years as IBM's patent 
agent in Europe. He is the discoverer of the "Aspden Effect" or rotational 
inertia in spinning magnets (NEN, Jan. & Feb. 1995). His Ph.D. thesis involved 
demonstrations of anomalies in magnetic fields 

Books and articles by Harold Aspden:

AUTHOR:	Aspden, Harold.
TITLE:	Gravitation / by Harold Aspden.
PUBL.:	Southampton, Eng. : Sabberton Publications,
FORMAT:	78 p. ; 22 cm.
DATE:	1975
SUBJECT	Gravitation
ISBN:	0850560055. 0850560063

AUTHOR:	Aspden, Harold.
TITLE:	Modern aether science.
PUBL.:	Southampton, Eng., Sabberton Publications
FORMAT:	165 p. illus. 22 cm.
DATE:	1972
SUBJECT	Ether (Space)
ISBN:	0850560039 0850560047 (pbk)

AUTHOR:	Aspden, Harold.
TITLE:	The need for a new theory of gravitation, by H. Aspden.
PUBL.:	Southampton (Hants.), Sabberton Publications,
FORMAT:	(1), 4 p. 22 cm.
DATE:	1966
SERIES:	His Aether science paper no. 1
SUBJECT: Gravitation
Relativity (Physics)

AUTHOR:	Aspden, Harold.
TITLE:	Physics unified / by Harold Aspden.
PUBL.:	Southhampton : Sabberton Publications,
FORMAT:	xi, 206 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
DATE:	1980
SUBJECT	Unified field theories
ISBN:	0850560101

AUTHOR:	Aspden, Harold.
TITLE:	Physics without Einstein.
PUBL.:	Southampton, Sabberton Publications,
FORMAT:	xiii, 224 p. illus. 23 cm.
DATE:	1969
ISBN:	850560012

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE(s):	Anti Gravity Electronics.
Summary:	Reinterpretation of Newton's Third Law of Motion suggests
that it depends upon and electronic action. Electronic interaction therefore 
explains the paradoxical anti- gravity properties of the force processed 
gyroscope. In: Electronics & wireless world.
JAN 01 1989 v 95 n 1635 Page: 29

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE(s):	Conservative hadron interactions exemplified by the
creation of the kaon.
In: Hadronic journal.
MAY 01 1989 v 12 n 3 Page: 101

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE(s):	The Harwen energy radiation generation.
In: Speculations in science and technology. 
1990 v 13 n 4 Page: 295

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE(s):	Instantaneous electrodynamic potential with retarded energy
In: Hadronic journal.
NOV 01 1988 v 11 n 6 Page: 307

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE(s):	Speculations in energy: editorial introduction.
In: Speculations in science and technology. 
1990 v 13 n 4 Page: 243

AUTHOR(s):	Aspden, H.
TITLE(s):	The theory of the proton constants.
In: Hadronic journal.
JUL 01 1988 v 11 n 4 Page: 169
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