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Ian Cowan On MMX & A New Wave Equation

Ian Cowan presents a new analysis of the Michaelson-Morley Experiment and the resulting "new" EM wave equation. The short presentation is followed by a Q&A session where Harry Richter raises a most interesting question that leads to a most interesting discussion.

A presentation by Dr. Dennis P. Allen, Jr. concerning inertial propulsion.

Dr. Dennis P. Allen Jr. gives a brief history of inertial propulsion including the Boeing CMG inertial propulsion technology, the Veljko Milkovic oblique (that is, slanted) pendulum driven cart, the legendary Dean drive, and Elon Musk's SpaceX's apparent IP technology to keep their very low level communication satellites from falling from the sky due to orbital decay. The CNPS members' two invitation emails had an attempted computer simulation of this Milkovic cart as an attachment with the observation that this simulation failed because it was strictly Newtonian without any mention of energy (and so energy conservation) and his mechanics implies separate conservation of angular and linear momentum; but, in viewing the video of this cart in motion, one only sees the trading of angular swinging momentum for cart chassis linear momentum (because of bob centrifugal force) instead. And then the various alternative mechanics that might do better than Newton's here are briefly mentioned & discussed such as Davis Mechanics, Maurice Coulombe's patented mechanical device, Eric Laithwaite's IP devices, Harvey & John Fiala's important IP patent, and Gottfried Gutsche's more modern energy over momentum IP mechanics.

29b) The History and Future of Time in Physics - Part 2

29b) Part 2 is the 2nd in a 3 part series on the history and future of the construct of "Time" in physics. Part 2 looks at the transition from 19th century physics to Special Relativity and how it changed physics with a special focus on the construct of "Time".

29a) The History and Future of Time in Physics - Part 1

29a) Part 1 is the 1st in a 3 part series on the history and future of the construct of "Time" in physics. Part 1 discusses the history of how the essence of "Time" has been removed from physics - culminating in relativity. Parts 2 & 3 will be listed as 29b) and 29c), respectively.

29c) History of Time in Physics - Part 3 - Time Is A Non-Physical Human Construct

29c) Party 3 of "The Past, Present and Future of Time in Physics". This video replaces what were videos 33) & 34). This video, based on analyzing "Time" for 55 years, outlines my reasons for concluding that "Time" is purely a human mental construct that does NOT exist physically and should be replaced by processes unfolding WITHIN 3D space. I started by combining the original videos 33) & 34) on this topic and added some material and cut out much redundancy. I also cut out some lower priority issues that will be addressed in a future video. (Updated February 2021)

32) Kent Mayhew's New Thermodynamics

[Meme by Tony Stark https://memegenerator.net/instance/56022008/tony-stark-when-did-you-become-an-expert-in-thermodynamics-today] 32nd talk in the series, but this one is NOT about Time , but rather about a new theory of Thermodynamics from Kent Mayhew. 1) Book https://www.amazon.com/New-Thermodynamics-Say-No-Entropy/dp/1722479191/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1538577402&sr=1-1&keywords=Kent+Mayhew 2) Articles by Kent: http://www.naturalphilosophy.org/site/member/?memberid=965&subpage=articles - note the 1st 8 articles on my page are by Kent and are so attributed. 3 ) Articles by Kent http://www.naturalphilosophy.org/site/member/?memberid=3039&subpage=articles - the 1st and last articles in the list are the more relevant, however, Kent's insight also resolves problems and simplifies physics over a broad range of phenomena

31) Special Relativity's Flaw Regarding Time - A Graphical View of the Twin Paradox

31st talk in the series: A revealing graphical look at the Twin Paradox shows that Special Relativity cannot directly describe proper time as it's observer/frame independent.and cumulative.

30) How To Have An Impact With Relativists

30) The 30th talk in this series: This talk discusses the author's finally finding success in debates with relativists by using the Socratic Method.- three real world examples are summarized..

28) Special Relativity Simulates Lorentz Relativity

28th talk): This talk discusses how Special Relativity simulates Lorentz Relativity and the implications for that simulation.

27) Prof Unzicker on the Higgs Boson & Critical Thinking

27th talk) This talk and the prior talk are a subset that focus primarily on Critical Thinking and two discoveries that are alleged by many to be the greatest discoveries of the century in physics and cosmology. You can view either this talk or the prior talk first. This talk takes a high level conceptual look at the search for the Higgs Boson undertaken to "save" the Standard Model for particles. You can, of course, switch any talk to full screen mode at any time including for this talk when it goes into "whiteboard" mode.