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Vor Kurzem sind wir auf die Homepage von Prof. Joseph J. Smulsky hingewiesen worden. Sie erscheint uns besondert wichtig:
http://www.smul1.newmail.ru/

Wir verweisen hieraus beispielsweise auf die Arbeit:

"A MANIFESTO: RETURN TO REALITY"
http://www.smul1.newmail.ru/English1/FounPhisics/MANIFESTO.pdf

Hierin hei?t es unter anderem:

Zitat:

A MANIFESTO: RETURN TO REALITY
JOSEPH JOSEPHOVICH SMULSKY


First prepared by the writer at the initiative of the organizing committee for the VII Conference: "Space, Time and Gravitation," St. Petersburg, 1992. For lack of consensus among committee members, however, it was not officially endorsed.

The 20-th century has seen serious dissidence arise between the achievements of experimental physics and their theoretical explanation. In addition to the objects observed in nature, contemporary theoretical physics has introduced purely hypothetical constructions for the purpose of their clarification.

Such hypothetical objects were introduced already in the 19-th century in connection with the analysis of electric and magnetic interaction of charged particles. Such real, material charged particles cause evident changes in each other's motion, e.g., they effect velocity changes on one another, in other words: they interact. This interaction in the form of a "force" was measured by experimentalists and codified in algorithms, with the help of which nowadays electric motors, radio stations and even elementary particle accelerators are designed.

A train engine moves train cars (i.e., transmits energy to them) by means of direct contact through couplings. A magnet, however, can move another magnet located at a distance without such a mechanical coupling.

To explain the propagation of action from one such magnet to another, theoretical physics introduced the hypothetical notion of a "field." This concept has lead to the following explanation of interaction: one body engenders around itself a field, which is thought then to propagate to another body, where it exercises a force on it. Without conscious deliberation, however, this new hypothetical object, this 'field,' has been been granted status as a real, ontic entity. In contrast to particles or material bodies themselves, this new object does not have size, form or other physical characteristics. When the engendering charged body moves, it is imagined that its field then also is set in motion. But, it turns out that calculations based on measurements show that the motion of fields differs from that of material bodies.

The recognition of such differences in the motion of hypothetical objects from real bodies occasioned a revolution in the development of theoretical physics. It was taken that the motion of a hypothetical object is real, while the observable motion of the affected bodies was then considered something of just an approximation to this real motion. This conception, however, is based on two incorrect assumptions: 1) a field is an object in nature, such that its motion is independent of that of real bodies, and 2) in so far as the interaction of one body on another changes, then by cause of motion, a body experiences a change of its dimensions and the durations of its interactions; ? in Special Relativity a new object, the "space-time continuum," was created.

At this point a new discipline arose: theoretical physics, the goal of which is to model the world. This was the acknowledged goal; the unacknowledged goal was actually to create a world, which, in the 20-th century effectively was achieved. Theoretical physicists created micro- and macro-worlds, built on hypothetical constructions.

This concocted object, the 'space-time continuum', encompasses only the interaction of charged particles. The universal attraction of all particles to each other, the gravitational action, is nowhere included in this 'continuum'. Thus, theoretical physicists took on the task of creating a field theory that does include gravitational interaction also. To this end, they proffered the hypothesis that a gravitational interaction, or field, also travels at the speed of light. Moreover, they take it, that acceleration which is due to gravity of a particle causes four space (space-time) to be curved.

In this way they created the General Theory of Relativity, introducing yet another hypothetical object: curved space-time. In contrast to fields, this new object has no substance of the sort known to man through his experience. It is purely a mathematical object. With this step, theoretical physicists seem to have completely cut themselves off from the real world.

Such theorists can be totally devoid of senses, i.e., eyes and ears, but still build a model and be convinced, that they discovered the world which they inhabit.

The subsequent stage in creation of new objects appeared with quantum mechanics. The study of scattering of micro-particles, generated via interaction among multiple particles at various points in space and various moments in time, required the use of probabilistic methods to analyze results. This led to the development of so-called 'wave functions' to describe the average characteristics of the motion of groups of particles, a circumstance which, in turn, induced theoreticians to create still another hypothetical object, the "wavicle" (wave-particle), the essence of which, presumably, is distributed throughout all space.

The explanation of the world given by contemporary physics is identical to that of primitive peoples of the distant past, who envisioned various demons and gods to be masters of the winds, fire, light and dark. While primitive peoples imagined these entities to be in the likeness of human beings, contemporary theoretical physicists call on mathematical conceptions. The result is the same, however, imaginary objects are conjured up as if real. In turn, many people have lost their orientation to the factual, ontic environment, so that nowadays superstition and mysticism are widespread and have captivated highly educated even more than common people.

There is a deep disproportion between contemporary experimental and theoretical physics. Man has engaged the Earth, Moon and Sun, penetrated the depths of the Earth and seas, investigated the conditions prevailing in ancient times and projected conditions that may prevail in future epochs.

One is convinced of the reality of such natural phenomena and of the nonexistence of otherworldly machinators. But, parallel to this, theoretical physics created an imaginary world, which to a large extent contradicts observed reality. This parallel world contains notions, that are incomprehensible using common sense; so that, man has lost confidence in his judgment. Thus, people began accepting ideas that are both personally and socially destructive, based on nothing but imaginary constructions.

In consequence, it is now a high priority task to banish this illusory, fabricated world from science, and life.

Many objects conjured up by theoretical physicists have taken on the same degree of reality for them as the 'real', existing world. With the help of these objects they have interpreted the results of experiments, and found calculational techniques for designing practical equipment, which, in turn, they have taught to younger generations; so that nowadays claims about the existence of such concocted entities provokes absolutely no doubt.

So, now at the end of the 20-th century, where have we arrived? We don't know what light is. Is it particles, if so, what kind? Is it waves, if so, what is oscillating? Likewise, atoms, electrons, protons, etc. are all ill perceived. Are they real objects, or just mathematical conceptions? How are they constructed, what holds them together, what splits them apart into constituent particles? We have no conception of the macro-world. Is it curved and closed? Or did it originate in a single explosion from a point from which it shall expand and dissipate into an infinite void?

Theoretical physics has found no answers to these and similar questions. It is replete with contradictions, illogic, inappropriate conclusions and simple absurdities. Perhaps the best tactic now would be simply to reject and forget the results of 20-th century theoretical physics altogether. On the other hand, there are many calculational algorithms, based on empirical data, that have penetrated into the essence of reality. It is, therefore, necessary to free these algorithms from their baggage of concocted conceptions. Then a natural clarification of the world could arise and reveal a realistic, comprehensible world. With such understanding, man would be equipped to take on grand tasks, efficiently master them, and thereby put order in his life as best possible.

In the past two decades various scientists have developed methods to calculate interaction in the macro- and micro-world, which do not use the tendentious objects of theoretical physics. These results were reported at nonrelativistic scientific conferences and published, usually, in less renowned journals. Many of these ideas are not fully developed and require further analysis. Others can be taken as they are now; they are more accurate than currently accepted methods. The task for science is now to exploit these new techniques to study nature in terms of its real constituents.

In any case, we can say with certainty: everything imaginable, does not necessarily exist. There may be, therefore, no 'onta' to aether, fields, energy and mass. Moreover, mass need not transform into energy, nor antimatter.

Many particles, including, say, photons, neutrinos, gravitons, quarks and strings, need have no objective existence. The universe may not be expanding and there may have been no big bang, no neutron stars nor black holes. No strong nor weak forces. Mass and energy are just man-made imaginary concepts introduced to help describe the motion of material bodies. In reality, there may be only three forces among material objects: electric, magnetic and
gravitational.

We call on theoretical physicists to consider the above propositions and to rethink their work; to bear in mind: sooner or later fanciful constructions in theoretical physics will be revealed to be in vain. We call on these theorists to reject those contemporary-physics constructions larded with misguiding illusions, not to introduce still more new ones

Translated by A. F. KRACKLAUER (28 March 2005)
(Zitatende)




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Ekkehard Friebe schrieb am 30.01.2007 um 10:43 Uhr:


Zitat:


Vor Kurzem sind wir auf die Homepage von Prof. Joseph J. Smulsky hingewiesen worden. Sie erscheint uns besondert wichtig:
http://www.smul1.newmail.ru/

Wir verweisen hieraus beispielsweise auf die Arbeit:

"A MANIFESTO: RETURN TO REALITY"
http://www.smul1.newmail.ru/English1/FounPhisics/MANIFESTO.pdf




Inzwischen erhielten wir folgendes Memorandum von Smulsky & Persson:

?Smulsky & Persson Memorandum about Falseness of 7 Cosmology Hypotheses?
http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/S&PMmrnd.pdf


Zitat:


We agree about falseness of such 7 hypotheses of contemporary science.

1. Hypothesis about particles of light.
2. Hypothesis about the light speed of gravitation.
3. Hypothesis about black holes.
4. Hypothesis about a deviation of light by gravity.
5. Hypothesis about gravitational waves.
6. Hypothesis about the expanding Universe.
7. Hypothesis about the Big Bang.




Lesen Sie bitte weiter unter:

Smulsky & Persson Memorandum
http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/S&PMmrnd.pdf



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Ekkehard Friebe schrieb am 14.08.2008 um 09:35 Uhr:


Zitat:


Inzwischen erhielten wir folgendes Memorandum von Smulsky & Persson:

?Smulsky & Persson Memorandum about Falseness of 7 Cosmology Hypotheses?
http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/S&PMmrnd.pdf


Zitat:


We agree about falseness of such 7 hypotheses of contemporary science.

1. Hypothesis about particles of light.
2. Hypothesis about the light speed of gravitation.
3. Hypothesis about black holes.
4. Hypothesis about a deviation of light by gravity.
5. Hypothesis about gravitational waves.
6. Hypothesis about the expanding Universe.
7. Hypothesis about the Big Bang.






Eine weitere wichtige Nachricht:

Prof. Joseph J. Smulsky (Russland) arbeitet mit Prof. Li Zifeng (China) zusammen, siehe:

The Essence of Special Relativity and Its Influence on Science, Philosophy and Society
http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/EssenceSR2.pdf


Zitat:


The Essence of Special Relativity and Its Influence on Science, Philosophy and Society

Li Zifeng, Li Tianjiang, Wang Changjin, Tian Xinmin, Wang Zhaoyun,
Yanshan University, Hebei, Qinhuangdao 066004, CHINA
e-mail zfli@ysu.edu.cn

The foreword of the professor Joseph J. Smulsky ( http://www.smul1.newmail.ru/ ),
translator of this paper in Russian


The content of the paper corresponds to its name and is an important landmark in search of scientific truth in physics of 20-th century. The big achievement of paper is that it was written not by one author, i.e. at once five researchers came to the consent, and they represent the common opinion on the most difficult problem of a contemporary science.

I agree with the majority of conclusions of the Chinese researchers. In Comments I have denoted some distinctions in the understanding of this problem and have given some results of my researches which allow to do not use the Special and General Theories of Relativity.




This paper discusses the current Status of special relativity in science and philosophy, as well as society, the reasons for special relativity becoming famous, three viewpoints on special relativity in academe, four attitudes of public on special relativity, comments of famous scientists on special relativity, periodicals and scientific meetings as well as networks studying questions on special relativity. This paper sums up arguments that focus on special relativity, analyzes the mistakes of logic in special relativity, investigates the authenticity of validations and applications of special relativity, and concludes that the essence of special relativity is a wrong logical inference embarking from the idealist standpoint. It analyzes special relativity's harm in science and philosophy as well as society. This paper advocates the materialism style of seeking truth from facts and the publication policy of a hundred flowers blossom and a hundred schools of thought contend, in order to liberate scientific research from its imprisonment in special relativity. The views of space-time and mass-energy of idealistic special relativity should be abandoned, and the views of space-time and mass-energy of materialism should be restored and developed.


Introduction

As one of the two important pillars of contemporary physics, Special Relativity Theory (SRT) [1-2] came into being an entire Century ago. The common people know of SRT and its author, Albert Einstein. It is in the compulsory curriculum at the univeisity and College. However, the rationality of its foundation and the accuracy of its deductions are constantly suspect [3-44]. There exist two viewpoints on SRT, poles apart from first to last. One is 'the giant' theory, held by those who think highly of SRT; the other is 'the disaster', held by those who think poorly of SRT. Therefore, it is vitally important to investigate its essence, and its influence on science, philosophy, and society. This will make unprecedented sense to the development of science, technology and philosophy.

(Zitatende)




Lesen Sie bitte weiter unter:

The Essence of Special Relativity and Its Influence on Science, Philosophy and Society
http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/EssenceSR2.pdf



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Ekkehard Friebe schrieb am 15.08.2008 um 10:24 Uhr:


Zitat:


Eine weitere wichtige Nachricht:

Prof. Joseph J. Smulsky (Russland) arbeitet mit Prof. Li Zifeng (China) zusammen, siehe:

The Essence of Special Relativity and Its Influence on Science, Philosophy and Society
http://www.ekkehard-friebe.de/EssenceSR2.pdf




Nachstehend bringe ich nun von Prof. Joseph J. Smulsky einen Brief vom 25. Januar 2008 an Mr. Adamo Laurenti,
Vice-President of Santilli - Galilei Association on Scientific Truth:

SIX QUESTIONS ON INTERSTAR MISSIONS
http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/Papers/Adamo02aV1.pdf


Zitat:



SIX QUESTIONS ON INTERSTAR MISSIONS

Smulsky's letter of 25 January 2008 to Adamo Laurenti, Engineer -- Physicist,
Vice-President of Santilli - Galilei Association on Scientific Truth


Dear Adamo,
I am glad to answer on your questions:

1. - how would be possible to manage with space and time in order to make travels possible;
2. - how to fly to the speed's light;
3. - how to protect us against radiation's problem;
4. - is there, today, enough knowledge to allow developments in reasonable time and with reasonable means for traveling outside our solar System?
5. - what kind of requirements one should establish for such development, according to your understanding?
6. - May be you can advice to me some good papers or books on the subject, not in Russian please.
7. - Joseph, I have a question for you in different field, as I was involved in superconducting magnet System manufacturing of various European tokamaks: what about the production of energy froni fusion process? Now the construction of ITER was decided, what we have to expect?


My answers.

1. - The travels in the space are possible only by assistance of jet propulsion engine.
2. - The body can move in the space with any velocity. The Theory of Relativity is false theory
(see Ref-s. 2, 3, 7, 10, 15). The jet propulsion engine can put space ship in motion with
superluminal velocity. If jet velocity is equal 5 km/sec, it is need 100000 years, But at jet
velocity of 300000 km/sec, the space ship will move with superluminal velocity after one year.

3. - The radiation problem and many other problems will solve by engineers and designers.
4. - If jet velocity will be equal superluminal or will be nearly speed of light the space ship can
travel to alpha Centauri and return back during 5 years. I think that mankind can realize this
target during 100 years,
5. - I am repeating three main problems with my letter of December 9. 2007 to Stephen J. Crothers:

- - 1. - It isneed to have correct knowledge about world.
- - 2. - It is need to develop the means necessary for the distant missions.
- - 3. - It is need to create a fair society on the Earth.

6. - I can give advice only my works, which I am attaching below.
7. - l did not work at this problem. But I think the understanding of microcosm, which based on the Theory of Relativity, is erroneous. Such physical understanding balks progress in the production of energy from fusion process.

(Zitatende)




Lesen Sie bitte weiter unter:

SIX QUESTIONS ON INTERSTAR MISSIONS
http://www.ikz.ru/~smulski/Papers/Adamo02aV1.pdf




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