Physics: The Disturbance Theory

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Reference: KHTK Physics
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BOOK: THE DISTURBANCE THEORY

Paper 1: The Postulates

Paper 2: A Look at Spacetime

Paper 3: Space & Einstein

Paper 4: The General Principle of Objectivity

Paper 5: The Problem of Space

Paper 6: The Problem of Field

Paper 7: The Disturbance Levels

Paper 8: Frame of Reference & Einstein

Paper 9: Reference Frames: MRF vs SRF

Paper 10: Newton, Einstein & Inertia

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REFERENCES

Newton: Basic Concepts

Faraday: Thoughts on Ray Vibrations

Faraday: On the Conservation of Force

Faraday & Maxwell

Maxwell’s Preface to his Book

[1]: Relativity: The Special and General Theory (1920)

[2]: Relativity & Problem of Space (1952)

[3]: Einstein’s Paper on Light Quanta (1905)

[4]: Einstein’s Paper on Relativity (1905)

[0]: Black-body radiation (Notes)

[0]: Validity of Lorentz Transformation

[0]: Inertial frame of reference (Wikipedia)

[0]: Electromagnetic Spectrum (Wikipedia)

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WIKIPEDIA ARTICLES (with comments)

Matter

Comments on Electric Charge

Inertia

Energy

Time

Elementary particle

Quantization

Charge carrier

Mass

Rest Mass

Wave Function

Einstein Solid

Thermodynamic temperature

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THE HISTORY

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Maxwell’s Preface to his Book

Michelson-Morley’s Null Result

Aberration of light in SRF

The Problem of Aether

The Philosophy of Cosmology

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PAPERS UNDER REVIEW

Paper 8: The Problem of Distance

Paper 7: The Spectrum of Substance

Paper 8: The Problem of Inertia

Paper 9: The Quantum Phenomena

Paper 10: Einstein’s Theory of Quantum

Absolute Rest, Inertia & Motion

Newton, Einstein & Quantum Mechanics

Inertia of EM Field

The Problem of Relativity

Private: Matter in Disturbance Theory

Private: What is Substance?

Private: The Spectrum of Inertia

The Field

Inertia and Field

Energy and Cycle

Obsolete: Space and Wavelength

Time and Period

The Limitation of Einstein’s Theory

Classical to Quantum Mechanics

The Inertial Frame and Space

The Nature of Spacetime

The Disturbance Theory

Universe & Inertia

Gravitational attraction

The Faraday Atom

Gravitational attraction

A Conceptual Model of Inertia, Mass & Location

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BOOK: The Mindfulness Approach

BOOK: Education in Information Age

Glossary (Vinaire’s Blog)

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Comments

  • 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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