- Bhagirath Shantilal Joshi
- Wladimir Guglinski
- Dietmar Stolting
- Pekka Janhunen
Msc Solid state Physics, Gujartat University, Gujarat, India
In Quantum Ring Theory Wladimir Guglinski presents a radical new theory concerning the fundamental nature of physics. Hailed as a intriguing theorist by Dr. Eugene Mallove, president of the New Energy Foundation, Guglinski argues that the current understanding of physics does not put forth an accurate understanding of the world. Instead, Guglinski argues that we must once again consider the “aether,” a notion originally put forth by Greek philosophers. By considering the nature of “aether” and its role in physical processes, Guglinski is able to put forth a theory that reconciles Quantum Physics with the Theory of Relativity. To date, no other physical theory is able to accord for the fundamental intraction between these two fundamental notions of physics. As part of Guglinski’s new theory, the author presents a new model of the neutron. Guglinski’s model of the neutron has been confirmed by contemporary physical experiments: The first one was made by Don Borghi and published in 1993 by the American Institute of Physics; the second experiment was made by Elio Conte and Maria Pieralice, subsequently published in the magazine Infinite Energy in 1999. Currently, other experiments around the world are being conducted to test the remainder of Guglinski’s theoretical work.
May 14th, 2012 at 5:48 PM Dietmar wrote in May 13th, 2012 at 3:01 PM:
“The coherent forward scattering is analogous to the electromagnetic process leading to the refractive index of light in a medium”
the Mikheyev–Smirnov–Wolfenstein effect, described in the link posted by you,actually suggests that neutrinos are not matter, since they have a behavior similar to that of light.
I would like to post here again a comment of mine (January 30th, 2012 at 7:16 PM) , in the article Interaction between neutrino flavor oscillation and Dark Energy as a super-luminal propagation
4) Pekka Janhunen - l’11 maggio 2012 fa la sua comparsa, con un’osservazione rivolta a Dietmar. Wikipedia a proposito di Pekka Janhunen dice:
Ph.D., is a researcher in Finnish Meteorological Institute. He is best known for his Electric Solar Wind Sail invention.