Frontiers of Fundamental Physics
The Olympia conference Frontiers of Fundamental Physics was a gathering of about hundred scientists who carryon their research in conceptually important areas of physical science (they do "fundamental physics"). Most of them were physicists, but also historians and philosophers of science were well represented. An important fraction of the participants could be considered "heretical" because they disagreed with the validity of one or several fundamental assumptions of modern physics. Common to all participants was an excellent scientific level coupled with a remarkable intellectual honesty: we are proud to present to the readers this certainly unique book. Alternative ways of considering fundamental matters should of course be vitally important for the progress of science, unless one wanted to admit that physics at the end of the XXth century has already obtained the final truth, a very unlikely possibility even if one accepted the doubtful idea of the existence of a "final" truth. The merits of the Olympia conference should therefore not be judged a priori in a positive or in a negative way depending on one's refusal or acceptance, respectively, but considered after reading the actual of basic principles of contemporary science, new proposals and evidences there presented. They seem very important to us.
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The Relativistic Electron Pair Theory of Matter and its Implications
Are Quasars Manifesting a de Sitter Redshift?
What if Anything Is the Anthropic Cosmological Principle Telling Us?
Large Anomalous Redshifts and ZeroPoint Radiation
The Influence of Idealism In 20th Century Science
Creeds of Physics
Earth Complexity vs Plate Tectonic Simplicity
An Evolutionary Earth Expansion Hypothesis
Global Models of the Expanding Earth
An Orogenic Model Consistent with Earth Expansion
Earth Expansion Requires Increase in Mass
Principles of Plate Movements on the Expanding Earth
Theoretical Basis for a NonExpanding and Euclidean Universe
Light Propagation in an Expanding Universe
Fornax The Companion of the Milky Way and the Question of
the Apple Fall?
Gravity Is the Simplest Thing
Is It General Relativity ?
Universality of the LieIsotopic Symmetries for Deformed Minkowskian
Hertzs Special Relativity and Physical Reality
From Relativistic Paradoxes to Absolute Space and Time Physics
Theories Equivalent to Special Relativity
The Physical Meaning of Albert Einsteins Relativistic Ether Concept
The Limiting Nature of LightVelocity as the Causal Factor Underlying
The Ether Revisited
What Is and What Is Not Essential in Lorentzs Relativity
Vacuum Substratum in Electrodynamics and Quantum Mechanics
The Origin of Granite and Continental Masses in an Expanding Earth
The Primordially Hydridic Character of Our Planet and Proving
Earth Expansion and the Prediction of Earthquakes and Volcanicism
TensionGravitational Model of Island Arcs
Isotopic and Genotopic Relativistic Theory
From the GeV109eV
Optical Tests of Bells Inequalities Closing the Poor Correlation Loophole
Atomic Cascade Experiments with TwoChannel Polarizers
New Tests on Locality and Empty Waves
Local Realism and the Crucial Experiment
How the Quantum of Action Cannot Be a Metric one
The Ghostly Solution of the Quantum Paradoxes and Its Experimental
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