| ||MATHEMATICAL CONFLICTS IN THE SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY |
Radwan M. Kassir (Lebanon)
250 pages - Hardback - September 2017
Einsteins Special Relativity has been extensively criticized since the time of its first publication in 1905. Doubts on the basis of scientific, mathematical, and philosophical arguments have been expressed. Criticism, on both academic and non-academic levels, has been mainly motivated by the unordinary physical phenomena of the time dilation and length contraction in moving frames, emerging from the purely mathematical formulation of the theory, More...
| ||GALILEAN-NEWTONEAN REBUTTAL TO EINSTEIN'S RELATIVITY THEORY |
llLyubomit T. Gruyitch (Serbia)
400 pages - Hardback - February 2015
£80.00/$125.00Galilean-Newtonean physics is the basis for the presented in-debt study of Einstein`s works. Rigorous, exact, proofs of the full physical failure and mathematical sever restrictions on the validity of Einstein`s formulae exclusively under Einstein`s physically meaningless and mathematically unjustifiable assumptions The book discovers a number of the inconsistences, mistakes and paradoxes of Einstein`s relativity theory. The book presents the proofs that Einstein`s claims (lifted to the level of uncontested postulates) on the relativity of time itself, on the existence of several times and the time speeds, on the time dependence on space (frames), on the invariance of the light speed are wrong and physically meaningless. The book discovers Einstein`s tacit assumptions accepted a priory , which form the basis for all his mathematical results. The book explains and shows that all the assumptions are inacceptable, which makes all his mathematical results formally valid only under such assumptions and that his theory represents from the formal mathematical view point exclusively a singular case. More...
| ||NONLINEAR ANALYSIS IN ENGINEERING AND SCIENCES |
S.H. Hashemi Kachap and D.D. Ganji, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Iran
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-88-9 - 450 pages - Hardback - July 2014
In this book, by the use of the latest analytic, numeric laboratorial methods and using more than 300 references like books, papers and the researches done by the authors and by considering almost all possible processes and situation, new theories are proposed to encounter applied problems in engineering and applied sciences. More...
| ||NONLINEAR EQUATIONS: ANALYTICAL METHODS AND APPLICATIONS |
D.D. Ganjii and S.H. Hashemi Kachapi, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Iran
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-81-0 - 450 pages - Hardback - July 2014
This book is reflecting the growth in the literature on nonlinear systems whilst retaining the basic style and structure of the textbook. The wide applicability of the subject to mathematical, physical, engineering, and applied sciences continues to generate a supply of new problems of practical and theoretical interest.The book was developed from problems on nonlinear differential equations studied over several years in the nonlinear dynamics team in the Mechanical Department of the Babol Noshirvani University of Technology. It presents an introduction to systems in the context of nonlinear differential equations. More...
| ||STUDY OF ANALYTIC NUMBER THEORY: RIEMANNS HYPOTHESIS AND PRIME NUMBER THEOREM WITH ADDENDUM ON INTEGER PARTITIONS |
105 pages - softback - January 2013
This monograph explores several classical issues of modern mathematics, and discusses both the historical and research aspects. The brief historical part is focused on Riemanns zeta function and few related problems. The research part starts from direct formulation of simple proofs of both the prime number theorem and Riemanns hypothesis, two intriguing problems of modern mathematics, which applies the concept of Mertenss function and is based on Apostols and Littlewoods criterions of equivalence. More...
| ||PHYSICS OF GALACTIC DISKS |
A.M. Fridman and A.V. Khoperskov
756 pages - Hardback - January 15 2013
The book includes a number of new data obtained in recent years, in particular material relating to the recently discovered new structures in spiral galaxies: giant anticyclones, cyclones and slow bars. New methods for the detection of these structures are described. Types of vertical motions of stars and gas in the galaxies, whether due to the presence of spiral arms, or hose instability are discussed. An important place is given to modern numerical methods for describing the dynamics of galaxies, stellar as well as gas components. Algorithms of numerical models and a number of important results are presented. More...
| ||AETHEREAL MULTIVERSE: A NEW UNIFYING THEORETICAL APPROACH TO COSMOLOGY, PARTICLE PHYSICS AND QUANTUM GRAVITY |
830 pages - Hardback - May 2012
This monograph is first of all the proposal of the unifying approach to particle physics, cosmology, and quantum gravity based on the most essential pieces of modern theoretical physics Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Field Theory, Special Relativity, General Relativity, and Thermodynamics and creates fruitful methodological background to solve the intriguing problems of high energy physics, cosmology, and gravitational physics. More...
| ||DEFINITIVE REFUTATIONS OF THE EINSTEINIAN GENERAL RELATIVITY |
Edited by M.W. Evans, Alpha Institute for Advanced Studies
200 pages - Softback -March 2012
This book is Special Issue Six of Journal of Foundations of Physics and Chemistry and collects fourteen recent papers which refute the Einsteinian general relativity (EGR) definitively. The refutations are so simple that the theory is obsolete. To deny this conclusion would be to deny algebra at its simplest level. These refutations emerged during the development of Einstein Cartan Evans (ECE) unified field theory More...
| ||NONLINEAR DIRAC EQUATION, MAGNETIC MONOPOLES AND DOUBLE SPACE-TIME |
Claude Daviau, France
180 pages - Hardback - July 30 2012
Beginnings of quantum mechanics are revised and the author starts from the point where relativity and quantum mechanics were compatible. A modified wave equation for the electron is used. The relativistic invariance is then enlarged to a greater invariance group and the first consequences are studied. This invariance applies to the whole electromagnetism, including magnetic monopoles. Another space-time variety is seen which is very different from the usual relativistic space-time. More...
| ||THE LIFE OF MYRON EVANS: A JOURNEY THROUGH SPACE AND TIME |
Kerry Pendergast (Alpha Institute for Advanced Studies)
ISBN 978-1-907343-40-7, 300 pages, hardback, February 2011
£50.00/$80.00Prof. Evans (one of the authors of the Criticism of the Einstein Field Equation, also available from CISP, the only scientist on the HM Civil list and the author of the Einsten-Cartan Evans theory) was born in 1950 and was educated at Pontardawe Grammar School and University of Wales Aberystwyth, and is the author of some seven hundred papers and monographs in chemistry and physics. He is the Director the Alpha Institute for Scientific Studies, Harrison Memorial Prizewinner and Meldola Medallist of the Royal Society of Chemistry, sometime Junior Research Fellow of Wolfson College Oxford, University of Wales Fellow and SERC Advanced Fellow, formerly an IBM Research Professor at IBM Kingston New York and a visiting scientist at Cornell Theory Center More...
| ||THE FUTURE OF POST-HUMAN CHESS: A PREFACE TO A NEW THEORY OF TACTICS AND STRATEGY |
Peter Baofu (USA)
464 pages - Hardback - October 2010
This book provides an alternative (better) way to understand the future of chess, especially in the context of strategy and tactics-while learning from different approaches in the literature but without favoring any one of them (nor integrating them, since they are not necessarily compatible with each other). Thus, this book offers a new theory to go beyond the existing approaches in the literature on chess in a new way not conceived before. More...
| ||CRITICISMS OF THE EINSTEIN FIELD EQUATION: END OF THE 20TH CENTURY PHYSICS |
Myron W. Evans, Stephen J. Crothers, Horst Eckardt and Kerry Pendergast (Alpha Institute for Advanced Study)
ISBN 978-1-907343-28-5, 480 pages, hardback, January 2011
In 2003 one of the four authors of this book began to construct a unified field theory of general relativity called "Einstein Cartan Evans" or ECE theory. This time, the geometry was correct, and physics was based on torsion. The ECE theory has developed into about 168 source papers to date and several books and articles by ECE scholars. It has made a phenomenal worldwide impact, indicating a great dissatisfaction with the obsolete physics. This book is the first to collect the severe criticisms of Einstein that are now commonplace. More...
| ||AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTATIONAL ENGINEERING WITH MATLAB |
University of Cambridge, UK
280 pages - Hardback - 2006
280 pages - Softback - 2007
This book strives to provide a concise introduction to computational engineering by introducing a wider range of numerical methods commonly used in computational modelling and scientific computing. More...
| ||APPLIED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS |
University of Cambridge, UK
320 page - Hardback - 2007
320 pages - Softback - 2007
This book endeavors to strike a balance between mathematical and numerical coverage of a wide range of mathematical methods and numerical techniques. More...
| ||INTRODUCTION TO MATHEMATICAL OPTIMIZATION FROM LINEAR PROGRAMMING TO METAHEURISTICS |
University of Cambridge, UK
160 pages - Softback - 2008
This book provides a balanced selection of both conventional optimization algorithms and modern metaheuristic methods commonly used in mathematical optimization. More...
| ||MATRIX: ALGEBRA, CALCULUS AND GENERALIZED INVERSE (IN TWO VOLUMES) |
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Volume I ISBN-13: 978-1-898326-54-0; Volume II ISBN-13:
Volume I 560 pages - Softback - 2007; Volume II 480 pages - Softback - 2007
£150.00/$290 for two volumes
The two-volume book is intended for undergraduate and graduate students of mathematics, engineering, social sciences in general. More...
| ||METHODS FOR SOLVING MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS PROBLEMS |
V.I. Agoshkov, P.B. Dubovskii and V.P. Shutiayev
Institute of Numerical Mathematics
320 pages - Hardback - 2007
The book examines the classic and generally accepted methods for solving mathematical physics problems More...
| ||QUANTIFICATION AND MODELLING OF HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS |
I. Saxl, et al
Mathematical Institute, Prague
110 pages - Softback - 1996
Different models of spatial arrangement (general random closed sets, union sets of processes of particles with given probabilistic distributions of shape, side and position as well as space-filling cells) are examined More...