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Inside Stars

by Larissa Borissova and Dmitri Rabounski

2nd expanded edition
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2014
ISBN 978-1-59973-386-9

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This book announces a mathematical theory of the internal constitution of stars, and the sources of stellar energy according to the General Theory of Relativity. This is an alternative to the conventional theory of gaseous stars which was introduced in the 1920's on the basis of classical mechanics and thermodynamics. In contrast, the common consideration of a star and its field according to the General Theory of Relativity, that is presented in this book, comes to the model of liquid stars. Such a star is homogeneous inside, with a tiny core (about a few kilometres in the radius) in the centre. The core is selected from the main mass of the star by the collapse surface with the radius according to the star's mass. Despite almost all mass of the star is located outside the core (the core is not a black hole), the force of gravity approaches to infinity on the surface of the core due to the inner space breaking of the star's field therein. The super-strong force of gravity is sufficient for the transfer of the necessary kinetic energy to the lightweight atomic nuclei of the stellar substance, so that the process of thermonuclear fusion begins. The energy produced by the thermonuclear fusion is that energy which the stars shine: the tiny core of each star is its luminous "inner sun", while the produced stellar energy is then transferred to the physical surface of the star due to the thermal conductivity. A new classification of stars is introduced according to the space breaking of their fields: the regular stars (in the range from the dwarfs to the super-giants), Wolf-Rayet stars, neutron stars (and pulsars), and black holes are considered. The introduced liquid model matches new observational evidences for the state of condensed matter inside stars; in particular, that the Sun consists of the high temperature liquid metallic hydrogen.


Cosmophysical Factors in Stochastic  Processes

by Simon E. Shnoll

Language: English
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2012
ISBN 978-1-59973-268-8

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Космофизические факторы в случайных процессах

Симон Э. Шноль

Language: Russian
Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2009
ISBN 978-91-85917-06-8

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This book is a results of many-year observations, which manifested a new phenomenon unknown before. This is, unexplained by any of the methodical reasons, the "scattering" of measurement results obtained on processes of absolutely different nature of chemical and biological reactions, noises in electronic systems, thermal noise in a gravitational wave antenna, and also radioactive decay of all kinds. This phenomenon is due to fluctuations of our space-time, manifest on the object under study while it moves through an inhomogeneous anisotropic space-time region. The fine structure of the spectrum of the amplitudes of fluctuations of the quantities we measured, i.e. the form of the respective histograms, changes periodically with time and depends on only the geographical location and the local time of our observation. Part I of this book gives a description of the main stages of our research produced in the years 1951-1997, and led to very common conclusions. Part II of this book presents the results obtained in the study of the aforementioned effect in systematical measurements of alpha-decay of 239-Pu.


Final Book on Fundamental Theoretical Physics

by Gunn Quznetsov

American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2011
ISBN 978-1-59973-172-8

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This book is entitled as "Final Book on Fundametal Theoretical Physics", because it offers full logic explanation of all fundamental notions and statements of theoretical physics: Time and Space, Quantum Physics, Quarks and Gravitation.


Champs, Vide, et Univers miroir

par Larissa Borissova et Dmitri Rabounski

Première édition en langue française
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2010
ISBN 978-1-59973-123-0

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Cet ouvrage est la traduction française du livre Fields, Vacuum and the Mirror Universe publié originalement en anglais en 2009, par les physiciens Larissa Borissova et Dmitri Rabounski, enrichi de nouveaux exposés. Le livre propose une analyse physico-mathématique nouvelle en élaborant une théorie des observables dans le cadre de la relativité générale. Dans leur célèbre livre de référence Théorie des Champs, Lev Landau et Evgeny Lifshitz ont décrit de manière très complète le mouvement des particules dans les champs électromagnétique et gravitationnel. Les méthodes d'analyse covariante alors en vigueur depuis le milieu des années 30 ne prenaient pas encore en compte les concepts de quantités physiquement observables (grandeurs chronologiquement invariantes ou plus précisément grandeurs dites "chronométriques") de la relativité générale. Les auteurs ont donc voulu insister sur la nécessité d'étendre cette perspective mathématique à la théorie physique existante en l'appliquant au mouvement des particules se déplaçant dans les champs électromagnétiques et gravitationnels. De plus, l'étude des mouvements d'une particule douée de moment de rotation intrinsèque, n'a pas été entreprise dans ce contexte par Landau et Lifshitz. C'est pourquoi un exposé séparé du livre a été entièrement consacré à ce type de mouvement particulier. Les auteurs ont également ajouté un chapitre redéfinissant les éléments d'algèbre tensorielle et d'analyse dans le cadre des invariants chronométriques. L'ensemble de cet ouvrage se présente alors comme une contribution supplémentaire à la Théorie des Champs.


Fields, Vacuum, and the Mirror Universe

by Larissa Borissova and Dmitri Rabounski

Language: English (2nd expanded edition)
Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2009
ISBN 978-91-85917-09-9

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Поля, вакуум и зеркальная Вселенная

Лариса Борисова и Дмитрий Рабунский

Language: Russian (2nd expanded edition)
Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2010
ISBN 978-91-85917-11-2

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In this book, we build the theory of non-geodesic motion of particles in the space-time of General Relativity. Motion of a charged particle in an electromagnetic field is constructed in curved space-time (in contrast to the regular considerations held in Minkowski's space of Special Relativity). Spin particles are explained in the framework of the variational principle: this approach distinctly shows that elementary particles should have masses governed by a special quantum relation. Physical vacuum and forces of non-Newtonian gravitation acting in it are determined through the lambda-term in Einstein's equations. A cosmological concept of the inversion explosion of the Universe from a compact object with the radius of an electron is suggested. Physical conditions inside a membrane that separates space-time regions where the observable time flows into the future and into the past (our world and the mirror world) are examined.


Upper Limit in Mendeleev's Periodic Table - Element No.155

by Albert Khazan

3rd edition, revised and expanded
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2012
ISBN 978-1-59973-265-7

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2nd expanded edition
Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2010
ISBN 978-91-85917-10-5

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1st edition
Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2009
ISBN 978-91-85917-08-2

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This book represents a result of many-year theoretical research, which manifested hyperbolic law in Mendeleev's Periodic Table. According to the law, an upper limit (heaviest element) exists in Mendeleev's Table, whose atomic mass is 411.66 and No.155. It is shown that the heaviest element No.155 can be a reference point in nuclear reactions. Due to symmetry of the hyperbolic law, the necessity of the Table of Anti-Elements, consisting of anti-substance, has been predicted. This manifests that the found hyperbolic law is universal, and the Periodic Table is common for elements and anti-elements.


Neutrosophic Methods in General Relativity

by Dmitri Rabounski, Florentin Smarandache, and Larissa Borissova

Language: English
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2005
ISBN 1-931233-91-8

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Нейтрософские методы в Общей Теории Относительности

Дмитрий Рабунский, Флорентин Смарандаке, и Лариса Борисова

Language: Russian
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2006
ISBN 1-931233-06-3

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Neutrosophy is a theory developed by Prof. Florentin Smarandache in 1995 as a generalization of dialectics, which studies the origin, nature and properties of neutralities. This book applies neutrosophic method to the General Theory of Relativity, revealing thereby, previously unsuspected new effects. Neutrosophic method applied to Einstein's basic space-time predicts the existence of new trajectories and particles never considered before. These trajectories and associated particles are of two "mixed" kinds, which are 1) common for sub-light mass-bearing particles and massless photons and 2) common for massless photons and super-light mass-bearing tachyons. It is shown herein that mass-bearing/light-like particles are, theoretically, accessible to observation, manifest in various phenomena in Nature. The fundamental feature of Smarandache geometries is the notion of S-denying an axiom, i.e. within a given space an axiom is false in at least two different ways, or is both true and false. In S-denying each of the four signature conditions of Einstein's basic space-time, four kinds of expanded space-time result for the General Theory of Relativity. The 4th type of expanded space-time permits photon teleportation, a phenomenon which has been well established in recent experiments, but which has had no explanation in basic space-time. In addition, expanded space-time of the 4th kind permits virtual photons — particles predicted by Quantum Electrodynamics as instantaneous mediators between entangled regular particles.


Eppur si Muove

by Stefan Marinov

East-West Publishers, Graz, 1987
The right for free distribution was provided
by Marin Marinov, the copyright holder

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A 3th edition of Marinov's book, originally peer reviewed by Andrew D. Sakharov (1977). Stefan Marinov (1931-1997), an experimental and theoretical physicist, who invented a new and highly original method to measure the anisotropy of the observable velocity of light which is due to the carrying of light beam by the motion of the space of the Earth itself (the "coupled shutters" experiment). This book contains a detailed description of the experiment along with many other experiments, and also an updated version of Marinov's treatment of relativistic mechanics and electrodynamics.




Basic Elementary Concepts of Geopathogenic Radiations

by Dmitri Rabounski and Larissa Borissova

Language: English
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2014
ISBN 978-1-59973-3-906

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Основные элементарные понятия о Геопатогенных Излучениях

Дмитрий Рабунский и Лариса Борисова

Language: Russian
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2014
ISBN 978-1-59973-3-913

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This outline speaks about Geopathogenic Radiations, which are the basic radiations of the planet Earth. Thanks to modern research outcomes in the fields of mathematics, materials science, architecture, geology, biology, astronomy, linguistics etc., we have an opportunity to create the Fundamental Theory of Geopathogenic Radiations. This theory helps us to see anew the theory of catastrophes. This will enable us to attain a deeper understanding of the development of natural protective features on the planet (including man), because of the approaching "aggressive" new Time.


From Homo Sapiens to Homo Galactic
A New Viewpoint on the Biological Evolution of Man

by Dmitri Rabounski

Language: English
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2014
ISBN 978-1-59973-3-876

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De Homo Sapiens al Homo Galaksia
La nova vidpunkto al la biologia evolucio de la homo

de Dmitrij Rabounskij

Language: Esperanto
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2014
ISBN 978-1-59973-3-883

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От Homo Sapiens к Человеку Галактическому
Новый взгляд на биологическую эволюцию человека

Дмитрий Рабунский

Language: Russian
Hexis Publishers, Phoenix (Arizona), 2014
ISBN 978-1-59973-3-890

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It is shown in this outline that, in view of the perspectives of human settlement in the Solar System, and in the intragalactic space, a new complex approach is required for human security during interplanetary and interstellar space flights. The theory of Geopathogenic Radiations is suggested as such a complex viewpoint — it particularly includes a framework for the explication of the theory of spectrocolour time streams of the energetic world. According to the new theory, man is a part of the common organism of our planet, the Earth, and he is in the continuous energy exchange with all the planetary environments. This energy exchange is done within the spectral range of energies, which is particular to our planet. Having this theory as a base, a general concept of the biological evolution of man is introduced, including the transformation of the biological species of Modern Man (Homo Sapiens), step-by-step, into the new biological species that we refer to as Solar Man (Homo Solis) — and then into Galactic Man (Homo Galactic).


Particules de l'Univers et au delà du Miroir

par Dmitri Rabounski et Larissa Borissova

Première édition en langue française
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2012
ISBN 978-1-59973-267-1

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Il s'agit d'une étude qui porte sur toutes les sortes de particules concevables qui se meuvent dans l'espace-temps de la relativité générale. En dehors des particules massives et de celles du genre lumière, nous envisageons ici des zéro-particules: de telles particules peuvent exister dans une région de l'espace-temps complètement dégénéré (zéro-espace). Les zéro-particules sont assimilables à des ondes lumineuses stationnaires qui se déplacent instantanément (téléportation non quantique des photons); elles pourraient être observées lors d'un développement ultérieur de "l'expérience portant sur l'interruption de la lumière", qui fût d'abord menée à Harvard en 2000, USA. L'existence théorique de deux régions séparées de l'espace-temps où le temps observable s'écoule vers le futur et dans le passé (notre Univers et l'Univers miroir), est alors mise en évidence. Ces régions sont séparées par une membrane d'espace-temps où le temps observable s'arrête. Plusieurs autres problèmes sont abordés. Il est par exemple montré à travers les équations de Killing que le mouvement géodésique des particules résulte d'une rotation géodésique stationnaire de l'espace qui les contient. Concernant la théorie des détecteurs d'ondes gravitationnelles, il est également démontré que les détecteurs dépourvus de masse ainsi que les détecteurs massifs ne peuvent enregistrer une onde de gravitation que si leurs extrémités sont soumises à une oscillation.


Particles Here and Beyond the Mirror

by Dmitri Rabounski and Larissa Lorissova

3rd edition, revised and expanded
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2012
ISBN 978-1-59973-264-0

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This is a research on all kinds of particles, which could be conceivable in the space-time of General Relativity. In addition to mass-bearing particles and light-like particles, zero-particles are predicted: such particles can exist in a fully degenerate space-time region (zero-space). Zero-particles seem as standing light waves, which travel in an instant (non-quantum teleportation of photons); they might be observed in a further development of the "stopped light experiment" which was first conducted in 2000, at Harvard, USA. The theoretical existence of two separate regions in the space-time is also shown, where the observable time flows into the future and into the past (our world and the mirror world). These regions are separated by a space-time membrane wherein the observable time stops. A few other certain problems are considered. It is shown, through Killing's equations, that geodesic motion of particles is a result of stationary geodesic rotation of the space which hosts them. Concerning the theory of gravitational wave detectors, it is shown that both free-mass detectors and solid-body detectors may register a gravitational wave only if such a detector bears an oscillation of the butt-ends.


Spin-Curvature and the Unification of Fields in a Twisted Space

by Indranu Suhendro

Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2008
ISBN 978-91-85917-01-3

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The book draws theoretical findings for spin-curvature and the unification of fields in a twisted space. A space twist, represented through the appropriate formalism, is related to the anti-symmetric metric tensor. Kaluza's theory is extended and given an appropriate integrability condition. Both matter the isotropic electromagnetic field are geometrized through common field equations: trace-free field equations giving the energy-momentum tensor for such an electromagnetic field solely via the (generalized) Ricci curvature tensor and scalar are obtained. In the absence of electromagnetic fields the theory goes to Einstein's 1928 theory of distant parallelism where only matter field is geometrized (through the twist of space-time). The above results in common with respective wave equations are joined into a "unified field theory of semi-classical gravoelectrodynamics".


Chronometric Invariants

by Abraham Zelmanov

Language: English
Transl. from the Russian by D. Rabounski
Ed. by D. Rabounski, S. J. Crothers, and L. Borissova
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2006
ISBN 1-59973-011-1

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Хронометрические инварианты

Абрам Леонидович Зельманов

Language: Russian
Edited by D. Rabounski
American Research Press, Rehoboth (NM), 2006
ISBN 1-59973-012-X

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This book was written in 1944 by Abraham Zelmanov (1913-1987), a prominent scientist working in General Relativity and cosmology. Herein he constructs the theory of physical observable quantities in General Relativity (chronometric invariants), and applies it to determine the whole range of cosmological models which could be theoretically conceivable within the framework of Einstein's theory.


Particles Here and Beyond the Mirror

by Dmitri Rabounski and Larissa Borissova

2nd edition
Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2008
ISBN 978-91-85917-03-7

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This is a research on all kinds of particles, which could be conceivable in the space-time of General Relativity. In addition to mass-bearing particles and light-like particles, zero-particles are predicted: such particles can exist in a fully degenerate space-time region (zero-space). Zero-particles seems as standing light waves, which travel in instant (non-quantum teleportation of photons); they might be observed in a further development of the "stopped light experiment" which was first conducted in 2001, at Harvard, USA. The theoretical existence of two separate regions in the space-time is also shown, where the observable time flows into the future and into the past (our world and the mirror world). These regions are separated by a space-time membrane wherein the observable time stops. A few other certain problems are considered. It is shown, through Killing's equations, that geodesic motion of particles is a result of stationary geodesic rotation of the space which hosts them. Concerning the theory of gravitational wave detectors, it is shown that both free-mass detector and solid-body detector may register a gravitational wave only if such a detector bears an oscillation of the butt-ends.


Data Analysis of Gravitational Waves

by S. K. Sahay

Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2008
ISBN 978-91-85917-05-1

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The detection of GW in the noisy output of the detectors has its own problem, not the least of which is the sheer volume of data analysis. The data analysis of the signals is computationally demanding even for the standard computer expected to be available in the near future. Hence, the book discusses the data analysis problem of the signal by developing the analytical Fourier Transform with taking into account the Earth's rotational motion around its axis, and its revolution around the Sun for efficient data analysis, efficient not only in a picking weak signal from the noisy data but also in terms of the computing-cost. Taking the advantage of the analytical Fourier Transform over the Fast Fourier Transform in terms of resolution and computational cost, we applied the technique of "Matched Filtering" and estimated the number of templates required for matched filtering in an all sky search of the signal, and also an analysis has been done for the possible symmetries in the sky location as the parameters of the signal manifold and templates corresponding to the different source locations. The trade-off between computational cost and sensitivities arises due the Earth azimuth in the bank of search templates for an all-sky search of the singal has been also discussed.


A Revised Electromagnetic Theory with Fundamental Applications

by Bo Lehnert

Svenska fysikarkivet, Stockholm, 2008
ISBN 978-91-85917-00-6

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There are important areas within which the conventional electromagnetic theory of Maxwell's equations and its combination with quantum mechanics does not provide fully adequate descriptions of physical reality. As earlier pointed out by Feynman, these difficulties are not removed by and are not directly associated with quantum mechanics. Instead the analysis has to become modified in the form of revised quantum electrodynamics, for instance as described in this book by a Lorentz and gauge invariant theory. The latter is based on a nonzero electric charge density and electric field divergence in the vacuum state, as supported by the quantum mechanical vacuum fluctuations of the zero-point energy. This theory leads to new solutions of a number of fundamental problems, with their applications to leptons and photon physics. They include a model of the electron with its point-charge-like nature, the associated self-energy, the radial force balance in presence of its self-charge, and the quantized minimum value of the free elementary charge. Further there are applications on the individual photon and on light beams, in respect to the angular momentum, the spatially limited geometry with an associated needle-like radiation, and the wave-particle nature in the photoelectric effect and in two-slit experiments.



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