Physics: The Disturbance Theory


Reference: KHTK Physics



Chapter 1: Comments on Einstein’s Last Essay

Chapter 2: Emptiness

Chapter 3: Field, Substance & Inertia

Chapter 4: Field, Time & Space

Chapter 5: The Photon

Chapter 6: The EM Spectrum & Inertia

Chapter 6a: The Inertial Frame and Space

Chapter 7: The Nature of Spacetime

Chapter 7a: The Disturbance Theory

Chapter 7b: Calculation of Disturbance Level

Chapter 7c: The Disturbance Spectrum

Chapter 7d: Universe & Inertia

Chapter 8: Newton’s Laws of Motion & Inertia

Chapter 9: COMMENTS: Einstein’s 1905 Paper On Relativity (Part 1)

Chapter 10: COMMENTS: Einstein’s 1905 Paper on Relativity (Part 2)

Chapter 11: Michelson-Morley’s Null Result

Chapter 12: Lorentz transformation

Chapter 13: Validity of Lorentz Transformation

Chapter 14: Aberration of light in SRF

Chapter 15: The Problem of Aether

Chapter 16: The Philosophy of Cosmology

Chapter 17: Gravitational attraction

Chapter 18: Thoughts on Ray Vibrations (Faraday)

Chapter 19: On the Conservation of Force (Faraday)

Chapter 20: A Study of Maxwell

Chapter 21: The Faraday Atom

Chapter 22: Gravitational attraction

Chapter 23: A Conceptual Model of Inertia, Mass & Location


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  • vinaire  On April 22, 2016 at 4:43 PM

    The Planck’s constant ‘h’ has the units of ‘energy x time’; but it can be understood better as ‘energy per cycle’. It is the energy involved in the conversion of electrical to magnetic and then back to electrical field.


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