Harold Aspden

## Aspden, Harold:

AETHER THEORY on his website http://www.aspden.org/index.html

Extracts from his homepage:

# Hello….My Name is HAROLD ASPDEN and I live in SOUTHAMPTON, HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND.

# Welcome to my Physics WEB SITE

I am a RETIRED CORPORATE PATENT DIRECTOR having a long-standing interest in fundamental physics, the subject of many papers of published record. My English university background is: Manchester (B.Sc., 1945-1948), Cambridge (Ph.D., 1950-1953) and Southampton (Visiting Senior Research Fellow, 1983-1992).

This Web page is headed ‘Physics with Aspden’ because in 1969 I published a book entitled ‘Physics without Einstein’. I sought then, and still seek now, to show how much further we can progress if we follow a course not depending upon Einstein’s philosophy.

The book left little impression on the scientific community, probably owing to its title. However, with the passage of time its 2,000 copies were all sold long ago. It is now out-of-print and so I have included a copy of that work and some of my other books and many of my papers as PDF files….

# In developing this web site I have been compiling my concluding works, which revise and build on the theme of ‘Physics without Einstein’. They comprise in book format a manuscript entitled ‘The Physics of Creation’ which is included in these web pages and a book entitled ‘Creation: The Physical Truth’, the latter being a printed work which will be available from the publishers in the summer of 2006. The latter will not be included in these web pages. They provide the scientific basis for something I believe has importance in the quest to solve our impending energy problems as oil and gas reserves are exhausted.

A brief outline of this is the subject of my associated web site http://www.energyscience.org.uk/update.html and, if the reader has not already read the message there presented on the update page, it warrants a preliminary visit.

The first ‘draft edition’ of ‘The Physics of Creation’ was completed on 28th March 2003 and was duly recorded in these Web pages. Its revised version was completed on 23rd October 2003 and replaced that first draft version. In it you will discover some of the truths of physical science that have eluded mention in standard textbooks on physics. I believe there are two intermeshing worlds, both having three space dimensions, the material world that we can see and the unseen ghost-like underworld that we can sense by phenomena which the orthodox physicist cannot explain, notably gravitation.

My subject is ‘Creation’ and the related quest of ‘Unification’, that Holy Grail of the theoretical physicist, which can only be found by those willing to wander in the darkness, probing the fluid-crystal-like structure of the aether, the oscillatory jitter of which accounts for its quantum electrodynamic properties and, arising from its need for dynamic balance, the force of gravitation.

With the dawn of the Einstein Year: 2005, I recorded an easily readable introductory work entitled ‘Physics without Einstein: A Centenary Review’, in which I show why Einstein’s Theory of Relativity does not warrant the praise it has received, it having blocked the way forward for better understanding of matter creation and gravitation. Sadly, however, criticism of Einstein theory was not a welcome subject during 2005, especially as Einstein was being billed as some kind of champion to be admired by the declining population of young physics students. Einstein’s theory is not a topic that can interest potential students, given that it has now existed for 100 years and has in no way enlightened us as to the physical link between gravitation and electrical phenomena.

We still lack a unified field theory based on Einstein doctrine, but we have such a theory with other foundation as these web pages show.

So, having now concluded my own efforts in this quest of unification, I can but now hope to attract feedback which can assist in onward clarification and aid the learning process of those who follow me in building further on the theory presented. I request such feedback and expect it will guide me in any further revision of this web site concerning the physics of ‘Creation’ and, by its promulgation, hope that it will enhance the education of physics students everywhere.

# To see the ‘Centenary Review’ press:
Physics without Einstein: A Centenary Review http://www.aspden.org/books/pwecent/pwecent2005.pdf

# To see the book as now presented in its revised form press:
The Physics of Creation: Contents http://www.aspden.org/books/2edpoc/2edpoccontents.htm

# To see a listing of the author’s published papers and have access to many of these in PDF (Portable Document Format) using your Acrobat reader facility press:
Dr. Aspden’s Papers http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/refs.htm

# To see a listing of the author’s published books and have PDF access to these as they are eventually entered on this web site press:
Dr. Aspden’s Books and Energy Science Reports http://www.aspden.org/books/Booklist.html

# For those interested in the onward development of this website and the author’s quest in developing interest in the physics that can help to solve our future energy resource problems press:
Aspden Research Papers http://www.aspden.org/arplisting.html

# For those interested in the background history of the author’s quest in developing the physics recorded in these books and papers press:
Biographical Notes: The Struggle for Acceptance http://www.aspden.org/biography.html

# To escape from this WEB SITE and visit the author’s related technology site, press:
ENERGY SCIENCE http://www.energyscience.org.uk/

## DR. ASPDEN’S BOOKS AND ENERGY SCIENCE REPORTS http://www.aspden.org/books/Booklist.html

Where the book title is listed below in colour it provides a link to the full or partial text of the work. Otherwise, please note that it will take the author a liitle while longer before these web pages are updated to provide full access to all of the titles, this date being June 30, 2003.

1960: The Theory of Gravitation
This is a printed booklet which aimed to put on record the basic principles of the author’s theory as it had developed by the end of 1959. It marked a transition in the author’s career from a professional position with a major electrical manufacturer to a senior management position with IBM.

1966: The Theory of Gravitation (2nd. Edition)
This work is a photo reproduction of typescript written to update progress on the above theory since 1960.

1969: Physics without Einstein http://www.aspden.org/books/Pwe/Pwebook.html
This was a major work of 224 pages, printed in hardback and softback editions. Owing to its controversial nature and anticipated hostility of the scientific community it was not offered for publication by a regular publisher, but was published as a private venture by the author under the name Sabberton Publications, ‘Sabberton’ being the maiden name of the author’s wife.

1972: Modern Aether Science http://www.aspden.org/books/mas/masbook.html
This 165 page work was printed also in hardback and softback cover form. It was written to meet a request from readers of ‘Physics without Einstein’ who wanted to see a non-mathematical treatment of the subject. This book was then the subject of a sarcastic review by a rival author in the journal ‘Nature’ (239, p. 235, September 22, 1972): “Dr. Aspden is one of a group of unorthodox writers who, bewildered by the abstract but precise world of mathematical physics, escapes into a fairyland of outmoded physical description”.

1975: Gravitation
This was a shorter printed work in hardback and softback cover form, which concentrated on the progress of the author’s gravitational theory to incorporate advances to the 1975 period, by which time the theory was evolving to the stage where a breakthrough discovery was made concerning proton creation.

1980: Physics Unified http://www.aspden.org/books/Pu/Contents.html
It was here that the theory could be presented in a consolidated form, linking gravitation and fundamental particle creation, and was ready to branch out in diverse directions trespassing deeply into the territory of quantum electrodynamics. This book is in a sense a second edition of ‘Physics without Einstein’. It has 206 pages and was published in hardback and softback covers.

1996: Aether Science Papers http://www.aspden.org/books/Asp/0000.htm
Between 1980 and 1996 the author found that scientific periodicals were more willing to accept his papers for publication and took early retirement from IBM in 1983 expressly to become a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Southampton University in the author’s hometown in England. In 1996 it was decided to publish in laminated covers this A4 size photo-reproduction of 14 of these papers together with a 69 page introductory text, which includes references to 106 published scientific papers by the author.

1994-1997: Energy Science Reports http://www.aspden.org/reports/reportlist.htm
These are ten research reports published between 1994 and 1997 which were intended to stir interest in the research theme discussed. It is now intended to consolidate further effort on the key technological issue of tapping aether energy in one future publication entitled ‘Energy Science’, which will feature in due course on this website.

## OVERVIEW: Discourses:

# DISCOURSE NO. 1: SCIENTIFIC HERESY, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov001.htm

# DISCOURSE NO. 2: DAEDALUS OR SCIENCE AND THE FUTURE, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov002.htm
The above is the title of a paper read to the heretics in Cambridge, England on February 4th, 1923 by J.B.S. Haldane.

# DISCOURSE NO. 3: GALLIO OR THE TYRANNY OF SCIENCE, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov003.htm
The above is the title of a 1927 paper by J.W.N. Sullivan in the style of the one quoted in Discourse No. 2 which J.B.S. Haldane read to the heretics in Cambridge, England, having the same publisher, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co. Ltd.

# DISCOURSE NO. 4: THE HERESY OF THE AETHER, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov004.htm
‘Ether’ (also Aether): a substance formerly believed to fill all space and to be responsible for trasmitting electromagnetic waves.

# DISCOURSE NO. 6: THE PARLOUS STATE OF PHYSICS, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 1999, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov006.htm
The title of this Discourse is a phrase I used in an item of correspondence published in the Proceedings of the IEE in U.K. in 1958. See http://www.energyscience.org.uk/papers/bib/1958a.htm .

# DISCOURSE NO. 7: NUCLEAR FUSION: HOT AND COLD, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 2001, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov007.htm
Although our scientific fraternity believes that the sun derives its power from the process of nuclear fusion and many billions of dollars have been spent trying to tame the process here on Earth in fusion reactors, the story to date is one of failure. The time has come when we should at least consider what heresy is telling us, namely that maybe the sun’s energy is not sustained by thermonuclear reactions which demand temperatures of 100,000,000 or so degrees.

# DISCOURSE NO. 8: WORLD IN PERIL: IMPENDING DOOM, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 2001, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/ov/ov008.htm

## Some other pages on his website :

# TUTORIAL, 20 LESSONS, © Harold Aspden, 1997, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/tu/lessons.htm
In this section of these Web pages I present ten tutorial lessons which are intended to provide a course of learning for students and others who would like to see how easy it is to decipher the numerical data coded in the most fundamental dimensionless constants of physics.

# FEEDBACK NOTE NO. 3 on Lecture 10: ANTENNA FEEDBACK FROM DAVE GIESKIENG, Copyright, Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/feedback/fn03.htm

# ENERGY SCIENCE ESSAY NO. 13 – THE CRYSTALLINE VACUUM, Copyright, Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.aspden.org/papers/P1998b.htm

# BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES ; THE STRUGGLE FOR ACCEPTANCE, 2003, http://www.aspden.org/biography.html

# LECTURE NO. 21: THE EXPERIMENTAL PATHWAY TO NEW SOURCES OF ENERGY, Copyright, Harold Aspden, 1998, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/le/le21.htm

# LECTURE NO. 26: The Contemporary Aether, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 1996, http://www.aspden.org/papers/P1999.html

# LECTURE NO. 27: OUR FUTURE ENERGY SOURCE – THE VACUUM!, Copyright, Harold Aspden, 2002, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/le/Le27/Berlin.htm
# NOTES ON BERLIN LECTURE 27, Copyright, Harold Aspden, 2002, http://www.energyscience.org.uk/le/Le27/Notes.html

# THE PHYSICS OF CREATION: LECTURE NO. Vc: Quasars and Supermassive Black Holes, Copyright © Harold Aspden, 2002, http://www.aspden.org/books/Poc/Vc.html

## LISTING OF PUBLISHED WORK OF DR HAROLD ASPDEN http://www.aspden.org/reports/Es8/Rep8.htm

In writing this Report I had occasion to refer to just a few of the various published papers I have written over the years and am mindful that I have been writing in a confident style, taking strength from my other related efforts on the creative properties of the aether. The Correa research findings have been my inspiration by opening the door giving access to that aether. It may be that the following list of my papers may serve as a partial index giving guidance as to what also lies a little further behind that door.

[1] ‘The Law of Electrodynamics’, Journal of the Franklin Institute, 287, 179-183 (1969).
[2] [Jointly with D. M. Eagles] ‘Aether Theory and the Fine Structure Constant’, Physics Letters, 41A, 423-424 (1972).
[3] [Jointly with D. M. Eagles] ‘Calculation of the Proton Mass in a Lattice Model for the Aether’, Il Nuovo Cimento, 30A, 235-238 (1975).
[4] ‘The Fresnel Formula applied to Empty Space’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 15, 263-264 (1976).
[5] ‘Inertia of a Non-radiating Particle’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, 15 631-633 (1976).
[6] ‘A New Approach to the Problem of the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron’, International Journal of theoretical Physics, 16, 401-404 (1977).
[7] ‘Electrodynamic Anomalies in Arc Discharge Phenomena’, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, PS-5, 159-163 (1977).
[8] ‘Energy Correlation Formula Applied to Psi Particles’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 1, 59-63 (1978).
[9] ‘Crystal Symmetry and Ferromagnetism’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 1, 281-288 (1978).
[10] ‘G Fluctuations and Planetary Orbits’, Catastrophist Geology, 3-2, 1-2 (December 1978).
[11] ‘Ion Accelerators and Energy Transfer Processes’, U.K. Patent Specification No. 2,002,953A (Published 28 February 1979).
[12] ‘The Spatial Energy Distribution for Coulomb Interaction’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 25, 456-458 (1979).
[13] ‘Energy Correlation of Radiative Decays of psi(3684)’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 26, 257-260 (1979).
[14] [Jointly with D. M. Eagles] ‘The Spatial Distribution of the Interaction Contribution to the Magnetic-Field Energy Associated with Two Moving Charges’, Acta Physica Polonica, A57, 473-482 (1980).
[15] ‘The Inverse-Square Law of Force and its Spatial Energy Distribution’, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 13, 3649-3655 (1980).
[16] ‘UFOs and the Cosmic Connection’, Energy Unlimited, 8, 37-40 (1980).
[17] ‘A Theory of Neutron Lifetime’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 31, 383-384 (1981).
[18] ‘Atmospheric Electric Field Induction’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 4, 314-316 (1981).
[19] ‘The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 32, 114-116 (1981).
[20] ‘Electron Form and Anomalous Energy Radiation’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 33, 213-216 (1982).
[21] ‘A Theory of Pion Lifetime’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 33, 237-239 (1982).
[22] ‘The Correlation of the Anomalous g-Factors of the Electron and Muon’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 33, 481-484 (1982)
[23] ‘Mirror Reflection Effects in Light Speed Anisotropy Tests’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 5, 421-431 (1982).
[24] ‘Charge Induction by Thermal Radiation’, Journal of Electrostatics, 13, 71-80 (1982).
[25] ‘The Aether – an Assessment’, Wireless World, 88, 37-39 (October 1982).
[26] ‘Relativity and Rotation’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 6, 199-202 (1983).
[27] ‘The Lamb Shift for a Cavity-Resonant Electron’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 36, 364-368 (1983).
[28] ‘The Thunderball – an Electrostatic Phenomenon’, Institute of Physics Conference Series No. 66: Electrostatics 1983, pp. 179-184.
[29] ‘The Determination of Absolute Gravitational Potential’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 37, 169-172 (1983).
[30] ‘The Nature of the Muon’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 37, 210-214 (1983).
[31] ‘Theoretical Resonances for Particle-Antiparticle Collisions based on the Thomson Electron Model’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 37, 307-311 (1983).
[32] ‘Meson Lifetime Dilation as a Test for Special Relativity’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 38 206-210 (1983).
[33] ‘The Mass of the Muon’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 38, 342-345 (1983).
[34] ‘The Assessment of a Theory for the Proton-Electron Mass Ratio’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 38, 423-426 (1983).
[35] ‘The Finite Lifetime of the Electron’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 7, 3-6 (1984).
[36] ‘Electromagnetic Reaction Paradox’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 39, 247-251 (1984).
[37] ‘The Muon g-Factor by Cavity Resonance Theory’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 39, 271-275 (1984).
[38] ‘Boson Creation in a Sub-Quantum Lattice’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 40, 53-57 (1984).
[39] ‘The Steady-State Free-Electron Population of Free Space’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 41, 252-256 (1984).
[40] ‘Don’t Forget Thomson’, Physics Today, 15 (November 1984).
[41] ‘The Nature of the Pion’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 8, 235-239 (1985).
[42] ‘The Maxwell-Fechner Hypothesis as an Alternative to Einstein’s Theory’, 8, 283-289 (1985).
[43] ‘Unification of Gravitational and Electrodynamic Potential based on Classical Action-at-a-Distance Theory’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 44, 689-693 (1985)
[44] ‘The Paradox of Constant Planetary Mass as Evidence of a Leptonic Lattice-Structured Vacuum State’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, 44, 705-709 (1985).
[45] ‘The Exploding Wire Phenomenon’, Physics Letters, 107A, 238-240 (1985).
[46] ‘A New Perspective on the Law of Electrodynamics’, Physics Letters, 111A, 22-24 (1985).
[47] ‘Theoretical Evaluation of the Fine Structure Constant’, Physics Letters, 110A, 113-115 (1985).
[48] ‘The Proton Enigma’, American Journal of Physics, 53, 938 (1985).
[49] ‘More on Thomson’s Particles’, American Journal of Physics, 53, 616 (1985).
[50] ‘Weak Violation – a New Concept in Relativity?’, Nature, 318, 317-318 (1985).
[51] ‘Anomalous Electrodynamic Explosions in Liquids’, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, PS-14, 282-285 (1986).
[52] ‘How to Test Special Relativity’, Nature, 321, 734 (1986).
[53] ‘Classical Relativity’, Nature, 320, 10 (1986).
[54] ‘Electron Self-Field Interaction and Internal Resonance’, Physics Letters, 119A, 109-111 (1986).
[55] ‘The Mystery of Mercury’s Perihelion’, The Toth-Maatian Review, 5, 2475-2481 (1986).
[56] ‘Flat Space Gravitation’, Physics Education, 21, 261-262 (1986).
[57] ‘Fundamental Constants derived from Two-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillations in an Electrically Structured Vacuum’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 9 315-323 (1986).
[58] ‘The Theoretical Nature of the Neutron and the Deuteron’, Hadronic Journal, 9, 129-136 (1986).
[59] ‘Meson Production based on Thomson Energy Correlation’, Hadronic Journal, 9, 137-140 (1986).
[60] ‘An Empirical Approach to Meson Energy Correlation’, Hadronic Journal, 9, 153-157 (1986).
[61] ‘The Exploding Wire Phenomenon as an Inductive Effect’, Physics Letters, 120A, 80-82 (1987).
[62] ‘Earthquake-related EM Disturbances’, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 28, 535-536 (1987).
[63] ‘The Physics of the Missing Atoms: Technetium and Promethium’, Hadronic Journal, 10, 167-172 (1987).
[64] ‘Synchronous Lattice Electrodynamics as an Alternative to Time Dilation’, Hadronic Journal, 10, 185-192 (1987).
[65] ‘Instantaneous Electrodynamic Potential with Retarded Energy Transfer’, Hadronic Journal, 11, 307-313 (1988).
[66] ‘The Theory of the Proton Constants’, Hadronic Journal, 11, 169-176 (1988).
[67] ‘A Theory of Proton Creation’, Physics Essays, 1, 72-76 (1988).
[68] ‘Do We Really Understand Magnetism?’, Magnets, 1, 19-24 (1988).
[69] ‘The Vacuum as our Future Source of Energy’, Magnets, 3(8), 15-18 (1988).
[70] ‘Conservative Hadron Interactions Exemplified by the Creation of the Kaon’, Hadronic Journal, 12, 101-108 (1989).
[71] ‘The Theory of the Gravitation Constant’, Physics Essays, 2, 173-179 (1989).
[72] ‘A Theory of Pion Creation’, Physics Essays, 2, 360-367 (1989).
[73] ‘The Supergraviton and its Technological Connection’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 12, 179-186 (1989).
[74] ‘Standing Wave Interferometry’, Physics Essays, 3, 39-45 (1990).
[75] ‘The Harwen Energy Radiation Regenerator’, Speculations in Science and Technology, 13 295-299 (1990).
[76] ‘Maxwell’s Demon and the Second Law of Thermodynamics’, Nature, 347, 25 (1990).
[77] ‘The Theory of Antigravity’, Physics Essays, 4, 13-19 (1991).
[78] ‘Magnets and Gravity’, Magnets, 6(6), 16-22 (1992).
[79] ‘Electricity without Magnetism’, Electronics World, 540-542 (1992).
[80] ‘Switched Reluctance Motor with Full A.C. Commutation’, U.S. Patent 4,975,608 (4th December 1990).
[81] ‘Thermal Power Device’, U.K. Patent Specification 2 239 490A (Published 3rd July 1991).
[82] ‘The Law of Perpetual Motion’, Physics Education, 28, 202-203 (1993).
[83] ‘The First Law of Thermodynamics’, Physics Education, 28, 340-342 (1993).
[84] ‘Retardation in the Coulomb Potential’, Physics Essays, 8, 19-28 (1995).
[85] ‘Space, Energy and Creation’, Sabberton Publications, P.O. Box 35, Southampton SO16 7RB, England.

The latter item [85] was a privately published paper as distributed on the occasion of an invited lecture delivered by the author to the Physics Department, University of Cardiff in Wales in 1977.

## BIBLIOGRAPHY, DR. ASPDEN’S SCIENTIFIC PAPERS, BOOKS AND PATENTS, http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/refs.htm

The following listing provides an index giving access to abstracts and, in many cases some commentary on the subject of the patent or paper. There may in that commentary also be access to the full text of a scientific paper, where it is published in a scientific periodical not usually stocked by a university library. The date references are according to year of publication but are in reverse order chronologically, the more recent publications appearing first in the following listing.

Concerning patents, these are also listed as references to published work in the index below.

Concerning books, a commentary on these is accessible by selecting: BOOKS http://www.aspden.org/books/Booklist.html .

REFERENCE LISTING

2002a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/2002a.htm , Lecture paper delivered at Binnotec 2nd Berlin Conference for Innovative Energy Technologies on June 14th, 2002, ‘Our Future Energy source – the Vacuum!’

1999 http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1999.htm , Paper published in English in an Italian University publication: La Scienza e i Vortici del Dubbio, Publicazione dell’Universita degli Studi di Perugia (ISBN 88-8114-996-6 pp. 291-307 (1999).

1998a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1998a.htm , U.S. Patent No. 5,734,122, ‘Thermoelectric Energy Conversion Apparatus’, March 31, 1998

1998b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1998b.htm , ‘The Crystalline Vacuum’, Journal of New Energy, vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 46-53 (1998).

1997a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1997a.htm ,’Power from Ice: Thermoelectrics’, Energy Science Report No. 2, Sabberton Publications (1997)

1997b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1997b.htm , ‘The Thermoelectric Generator’, Energy Science Report No. 3, Sabberton Publications (1997).

1997c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1997c.htm , U.K. Patent Application No. 2,305,302, ‘Electric pole motor configurations’, April 2, 1997

1997d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1997d.htm , U.K. Patent Application No. 2,303,255, ‘Magnetic reluctance motor’, February 12, 1997.

1997e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1997e.htm , Energy Science Report No. 7, ‘Power from Magnetism: The Transverse Reluctance Motor’, 31 March 1997, ISBN 0 85056 0187, Sabberton Publications.

1997f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1997f.htm , Energy Science Report No. 10, ‘Cyclotron Resonance in Human Body Cells’, 31 March 1997, ISBN 0 85056 011X, Sabberton Publications.

1996a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1996a.htm , U.K. Patent Application No. 2,292,830, ‘Thermoelectric Power Generation’, March 6, 1996.

1996b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1996b.htm , ‘Aether Science Papers’, Sabberton Publications, 1980.

1996c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1996c.htm , Energy Science Report No. 8, ‘Power from Space: The Correa Invention’, 26 February 1996, ISBN 0 85056 0160, Sabberton Publications.

1996d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1996d.htm , Energy Science Report No. 9, ‘Power from Magnetism: Over-Unity Motor Design’, 6 November 1996, ISBN 0 85056 0241, Sabberton Publications.

1995a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1995a.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,287,134, ‘Magnetic reluctance motors’, September 6, 1995.

1995b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1995b.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,283,361, ‘Refrigeration and electric power generation’, May 3, 1995.

1995c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1995c.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,282.708, ‘Electrical motor-generator’, April 12, 1995.

1995d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1995d.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,289,994, ‘Magnetic reluctance motor’, December 6, 1995.

1995e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1995e.htm , ‘Retardation in the Coulomb Potential’, Physics Essays, v. 8, pp. 19-28 (1995).

1995f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1995f.htm , ‘Discovery of Virtual Inertia’, New Energy News, v. 2, No. 2 (February), pp.1-2, (1995).

1994a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994a.htm , U.S. Patent No. 5,288,336, ‘Thermoelectric heat transfer apparatus’, February 22, 1994.

1994b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994b.htm , U.S. Patent No. 5,376,184, ‘Thermoelectric energy conversion’, December 27, 1994.

1994c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994c.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,278,491, ‘Hydrogen Activated Heat Generation Apparatus’, November 30 1994.

1994d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994d.htm , Energy Science Report No. 5, ‘Power from Water: Cold Fusion: Part I’, 26 April 1994, ISBN 0 85056 0217, Sabberton Publications.

1994e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994e.htm , ‘Magnetism and the Energy of Creation’, Proceedings of the International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, Colorado, USA (May 12-15, 1994) pp. 1-20 (1994)

1994f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994f.htm , Energy Science Report No. 4, ‘Power from Magnetism: The Potter Debate’, 10 April 1994, ISBN 0 85056 0209, Sabberton Publications.

1994g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994g.htm , Energy Science Report No. 6, ‘Power from Space: Inertia and gravitation’, 26 April 1994, ISBN 0 85056 0225, Sabberton Publications.

1994h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1994h.htm , Energy Science Report No. 1, ‘Power from Magnetism: Three Experiments’, 20 February 1994, ISBN 0 85056 0179, Sabberton Publications.

1993a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1993a.htm , ‘The World’s Energy Future’, Proceedings of the International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, Colorado, USA. (April 16-18, 1991) pp. 1-19.

1993b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1993b.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,267,995, ‘Thermoelectric heat transfer apparatus’, December 22 1993.

1993c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1993c.htm , ‘The Law of Perpetual Motion’, Physics Education, v. 28, pp. 202-203 (1993)

1993d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1993d.htm , ‘The First Law of Thermodynamics’, Physics Education, v. 28, pp. 340-342 (1993)

1992a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1992a.htm , ‘Magnets and Gravity’, Magnets in Your Future, v. 6, pp. 16-22 (1992).

1992b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1992b.htm , ‘The Electronic Heat Engine’, 27th IECEC, Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, August 3-7 (1992): SAE Technical Paper Series: Paper No. 929474.

1992c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1992c.htm , U.S. Patent No. 5,101,632, ‘Thermal radiation energy conversion’, April 7, 1992.

1991a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1991a.htm , ‘The Theory of Anti-Gravity’, Physics Essays, v. 4, pp. 13-19 (1991).

1991b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1991b.htm , ‘The Principles Underlying Regenerative Free Energy Technology’, Paper in the Proceedings, 26th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, American Nuclear Society, v. , pp. (1991).

1991c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1991c.htm , ‘Power Lines, Cancer and Cyclotron Resonance’, Electronics & Wireless World, pp. 774-775 (1991).

1991d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1991d.htm , U.S. Patent No. 5,065,085, ‘Thermoelectric Energy Conversion’, November 12, 1991.

1991e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1991e.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,234,863, ‘Switched reluctance motor with full A.C. commutation’, February 13, 1991.

1990a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990a.htm , ‘Standing Wave Interferometry’, Physics Essays, v. 3, pp. 39-45 (1990).

1990b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990b.htm , ‘The Scientific Basis for Tapping Energy in the Vacuum’, Paper in ‘New Energy Technology’, Planetary Association for Clean Energy, Ottawa/Hull, Canada, Proceedings of a 1988 Symposium. pp. 1-12 (1990).

1990c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990c.htm , ‘Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Energy Theme’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 13, pp. 243-245 (1990).

1990d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990d.htm , ‘The Harwen Energy Radiation Regenerator’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 13, pp. 295-299 (1990).

1990e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990e.htm , U.S. Patent No. 4,975,608, ‘Switched reluctance motor with full A.C. commutation’, December 4, 1990.

1990f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990f.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,227,881, ‘Thermoelectric energy conversion’, August 8, 1990.

1990g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990g.htm , U.K. Patent No. 2,225,161, ‘Thermoelectric energy conversion’, May 23, 1990.

1990h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1990h.htm , ‘Breaching the Second Law of Thermodynamics’, Nature, v. 347, p. 25 (1990).

1989a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1989a.htm , ‘The Supergraviton and its Technological Connection’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 12, pp. 179-186 (1989).

1989b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1989b.htm , ‘The Theory of the Gravitation Constant’, Physics Essays, v. 2, pp. 173-179 (1989).

1989c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1989c.htm , ‘A Theory of Pion Creation’, Physics Essays, v. 2 , pp. 360-367 (1989).

1989d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1989d.htm , ‘Conservative Hadron Interactions exemplified by the Creation of the Kaon’, Hadronic Journal, v. 12, pp. 101-108 (1989).

1989e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1989e.htm , ‘Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation and Biological Effects’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 12, pp. 17-29 (1989).

1989f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1989f.htm , ‘Anti-Gravity Electronics’, Electronics & Wireless World’, pp. 29-31 (January, 1989).

1988a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988a.htm , ‘Instantaneous Electrodynamic Potential with Retarded Energy Transfer’, Hadronic Journal, v. 11, pp. 307-313 (1988).

1988b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988b.htm , ‘The Theory of the Proton Constants’, Hadronic Journal, v. 11, pp. 169-176 (1988).

1988c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988c.htm , ‘A Theory of Proton Creation’, Physics Essays, v. 1, pp. 72-76 (1988).

1988d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988d.htm , ‘Do We Really Understand Magnetism?’, Magnets in Your Future, v. 3, pp. 19-24 (May, 1988).

1988e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988e.htm , ‘The Vacuum as our Future Energy Source’, Magnets in Your Future, v. 3, pp. 15-18 (August, 1988).

1988f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988f.htm , ‘The Proton Factor and its Unknown Effects’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 7, pp. 3725-3734 (1988).

1988g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1988g.htm , ‘Four Questions Concerning Relativity’, Proceedings of Conference on Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory, London, September 1988, British Society for the Philosophy of Science.

1987a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987a.htm , ‘The Physics of the Missing Atoms: Technetium and Promethium’, Hadronic Journal, v. 10, pp. 167-172 (1987).

1987b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987b.htm , ‘Synchronous Lattice Dynamics as an Alternative to Time Dilation’, Hadronic Journal, v. 10, pp. 185-192 (1987).

1987c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987c.htm , ‘The Exploding Wire Phenomenon as an Inductive effect’, Physics Letters, v. 120A, pp. 80-82 (1987).

1987d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987d.htm , ‘Earthquake-related EM Disturbances’, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, v. 28, pp. 535-536 (1987).

1987e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987e.htm , ‘A Note on the Silvertooth Experiment’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 10, pp. 9-11 (1987).

1987f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987f.htm , ‘The Case for the Sub-Electron’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 5, pp. 2827-2833 (1987).

1987g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987g.htm , ‘A Counter-Argument to the Nine Objections to the Aether posed by Milnes’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 6, pp. 2947-2953 (1987).

1987h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987h.htm , ‘Ampere’s Law: Comments on a Discussion by Milnes in the Toth-Maatian Review’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 6, pp. 2981-2984 (1987).

1987i http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987i.htm , ‘Derivation of the Electrodynamic Force Law’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 6, pp. 2985-2987 (1987).

1987j http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987j.htm , ‘Ghost Mass and the Unseen Energy World as revealed by the Anomalies of the Gyroscope’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 6, pp. 3165-3171 (1987).

1987k http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987k.htm , ‘Earthquake’, Electronics & Wireless World, p. 230 (1987).

1987l http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987l.htm , ‘Theoretical Derivation of Neutron Lifetime’, Institute of Physics (U.K.) Conference on Nuclear Physics and Particle Physics held at the University of Birmingham on 6-8 April 1987. (Paper No. Q1 on p. 84 of Abstracts).

1987m http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987m.htm , ‘The Theoretical Nature of the Photon in a Lattice Vacuum’ in ‘Quantum Uncertainties’, Eds. Honig, Kraft & Panarella, Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Quantum Violations, (Plenum Press) pp. 345-359, June 23-27, 1986.

1987n http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987n.htm ‘An Antenna with Anomalous Radiation Properties’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 10, p. 8 (1987).

1987o http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1987o.htm , ‘Tests of Photon Theory in Terms of Precision Measurement’, Conference Paper presented at University of Gdansk in Poland, 21-25 September 1987, published in “Problems in Quantum Physics; Gdansk ’87”, published by World Scientific (Singapore, New Jersey, Hong Kong) pp. 353-373.

1986a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986a.htm , ‘Fundamental Constants derived from Two-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillations in an Electrically Structured Vacuum’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 9, pp. 315-323 (1986).

1986b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986b.htm , ‘Anomalous Electrodynamic Explosions in Liquids’, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, PS-14, pp. 282-285 (1986).

1986c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986c.htm , ‘Electron Self-Field Interaction and Internal Resonance’, Physics Letters A, v. 119, pp. 109-111 (1986).

1986d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986d.htm , ‘The Theoretical Nature of the Neutron and the Deuteron’, Hadronic Journal, v. 9, pp. 129-136 (1986).

1986e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986e.htm , ‘Meson Production based on Thomson Energy Correlation’, Hadronic Journal, v. 9, pp. 137-140 (1986).

1986f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986f.htm , ‘Earnshaw’s Theorem’, Nature, v. 319, 8 (1986).

1986g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986g.htm , ‘The Mystery of Mercury’s Perihelion’, The Toth-Maatian Review, v. 5, pp. 2475-2481 (1986).

1986h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986h.htm , ‘Flat Space Gravitation’, Physics Education, v. 21, pp. 261-262 (1986).

1986i http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986i.htm , ‘On the Creation of the Sun’, the Toth-Maatian Review, v. 5, pp. 2609-2612 (1986).

1986j http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986j.htm , ‘An Empirical Approach to Meson Energy Correlation’, Hadronic Journal, v. 9, pp. 153-157 (1986).

1986k http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1986k.htm , ‘A Causal Theory for Neutron Diffraction’, Physics Letters A, v. 119, pp. 105-108 (1986).

1985a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985a.htm , ‘The Proton Enigma’, American Journal of Physics, v. 53, 938 (1985).

1985b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985b.htm , ‘More on Thomson Particles’, American Journal of Physics, v. 53, p. 616 (1985).

1985c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985c.htm , ‘The Exploding Wire Phenomenon’, Physics Letters, 107A, pp. 238-240 (1985).

1985d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985d.htm , ‘Theoretical Evaluation of the Fine Structure Constant’, Physics Letters, v. 110A, pp. 113-115 (1985).

1985e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985e.htm , ‘A New Perspective on the Law of Electrodynamics’, Physics Letters, v. 111A, pp. 22-24 (1985).

1985f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985f.htm , ‘The Nature of the Pion’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 8, pp. 235-239 (1985).

1985g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985g.htm , ‘The Maxwell-Fechner Hypothesis as an Alternative to Einstein’s Theory’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 8, pp. 283-289 (1985).

1985h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985h.htm , ‘Unification of Gravitational and Electrodynamic Potential based on Classical Action-at-a-Distance Theory’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 44, pp. 689-693 (1985).

1985i http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985i.htm , ‘The Paradox of Constant Planetary Mass as Evidence of a Leptonic Lattice-Structured Vacuum State’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 44, pp. 705-709 (1985).

1985j http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1985j.htm , ‘Electrical Aspects of Tornado Theory’, Journal of Meteorology, UK, v. 10, pp. 376-380 (1985).

1984a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1984a.htm , ‘The Finite Lifetime of the Electron’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 7, pp. 3-6 (1984).

1984b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1984b.htm , ‘Electromagnetic Reaction Paradox’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 39, pp. 247-251 (1984).

1984c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1984c.htm , ‘The Muon g-Factor by Cavity Resonance Theory’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 39, pp. 271-275 (1984).

1984d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1984d.htm , ‘Boson Creation in a Sub-Quantum Lattice’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 40, pp. 53-57 (1984).

1984e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1984e.htm , ‘The Steady-State Free-Electron Population of Free Space’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 41, pp. 252-256 (1984).

1984f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1984f.htm , ‘Don’t Forget Thomson’, Physics Today, p. 15 (November, 1984).

1983a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983a.htm , ‘The Thunderball – an Electrostatic Phenomenon’, Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser. No. 66: Session VI, Electrostatics 1983, Oxford, pp. 179-184 (1983).

1983b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983b.htm , ‘Relativity and Rotation’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 6, pp. 199-202 (1983).

1983c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983c.htm , ‘The Lamb Shift for a Cavity-Resonant Electron’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 36, pp. 364-368 (1983).

1983d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983d.htm , ‘The Determination of Absolute Gravitational Potential’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 37, pp. 169-172 (1983).

1983e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983e.htm ,’The Nature of the Muon’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 37, pp. 210-214 (1983).

1983f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983f.htm , ‘Theoretical Resonances for Particle-Antiparticle Collisions based on the Thomson Electron Model’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 37, pp. 307-311 (1983).

1983g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983g.htm , ‘Meson Lifetime Dilation as a Test for Special Relativity’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 38, pp. 206-210 (1983).

1983h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983h.htm , ‘The Mass of the Muon’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 38, pp. 342-344 (1983).

1983i http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983i.htm , ‘The Assessment of a Theory for the Proton-Electron Mass Ratio’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 38, pp. 423-426 (1983).

1983j http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983j.htm , ‘The Scope for First Order Tests of Light Speed Anisotropy’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 38, pp. 568-572 (1983).

1983k http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1983k.htm , ‘Planar Boundaries of the Space-Time Lattice’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 38, pp. 243-246 (1983).

1982a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982a.htm , ‘The Ether – an Assessment’, Wireless World, v. 88, pp. 37-39 (1982).

1982b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982b.htm , ‘Electron Form and Anomalous Energy Radiation’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 33, pp. 213-216 (1982).

1982c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982c.htm , ‘The Correlation of the Anomalous g-Factors of the Electron and Muon’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 33, pp. 481-484 (1982).

1982d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982d.htm , ‘A Theory of Pion Lifetime’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 33, pp. 237-239 (1982).

1982e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982e.htm , ‘Mirror Reflection Effects in Light Speed Anisotropy Tests’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 5, pp. 421-431 (1982).

1982f http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982f.htm , ‘The Case Against Relativity – an Experimental Approach’, Paper at International Conference on Space-Time Absoluteness, Genoa, 8-11 July; 1982, Proceedings of ICSTA (International Publishers: East-West), pp. 27-31 (1982).

1982g http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982g.htm , ‘Charge Induction by Thermal Radiation’, Journal of Electrostatics, v. 13, pp. 71-80 (1982).

1982h http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1982h.htm , ‘Proposed Method of Measuring First Order Speed of Light Anisotropy’, Physics Letters, v. 92A, pp. 165-166 (1982).

1981a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1981a.htm , ‘Atmospheric Electric Field Induction’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 4, pp. 314-316 (1981).

1981b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1981b.htm , ‘A Theory of Neutron Lifetime’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 31, pp. 383-384 (1981).

1981c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1981c.htm , ‘The Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 32, pp. 114-116 (1981).

1981b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1981d.htm , ‘The Enigma of Ball Lightning’, Journal of Meteorolgy, UK, v. 6, pp. 258-260 (1981).

1981e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1981e.htm , ‘Laser Interferometry Experiments on Light Speed Anisotropy’, Physics Letters, v. 85A, pp. 411-414 (1981).

1980a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1980a.htm , ‘The Spatial Distribution of the Interaction Contribution to the Magnetic Field Energy Associated with Two Moving Charges’, Acta Physica Polonica, v. A57, pp. 473-482 (1980).

1980b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1980b.htm , ‘The Inverse Square Law and its Spatial Energy Distribution’, J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., v. 13, pp. 3649-3655 (1980).

1980c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1980c.htm , ‘UFOs and the Cosmic Connection’, Energy Unlimited, v. 8, pp. 37-40 (1980).

1980d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1980d.htm , ‘Speculations in General, Plus Some of My Own’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 3, pp. 114-116 (1980).

1980e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1980e.htm , ‘Physics Unified’, Sabberton Publications , pp. 206, 1980.

1979a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1979a.htm , ‘The Spatial Energy Distribution for Coulomb Interaction’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 25, pp. 456-458 (1979).

1979b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1979b.htm , U.K. Patent Application No. 2,002,953 entitled ‘Ion accelerators and energy transfer processes’, Published February 28, 1979.

1979c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1979c.htm , ‘Energy Correlation of Radioactive Decays of ?(3684)’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 26, pp. 257-260 (1979).

1978a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1978a.htm , ‘G Fluctuations and Planetary Orbits’, Catastrophist Geology, v. 3/2, pp. 1-2 (1978).

1978b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1978b.htm , ‘Energy Correlation Applied to Psi Particles’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 1, pp. 59-63 (1978).

1978c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1978c.htm , ‘Crystal Symmetry and Ferromagnetism’, Speculations in Science and Technology, v. 1, pp. 281-288 (1978).

1978d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1978d.htm , ‘A Perspective on a New Enigma’, Intercom, pp. 21-22 (December 12, 1978).

1977a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1977a.htm , ‘Electrodynamic Anomalies in Arc Discharge Phenomena’ IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, v. PS-5, pp. 159-163 (1977).

1977b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1977b.htm , ‘A New Approach to the Problem of the Anomalous Magnetic Moment of the Electron’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, v. 16, pp. 401-404 (1977).

1977c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1977c.htm , ‘Galactic Domains, G Fluctuations and Geomagnetic Reversals’, Catastrophist Geology, v. 2/2, pp. 42-47 (1977).

1977d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1977d.htm , ‘Space, Energy and Creation’, University Lecture (1977).

1977e http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1977e.htm , ‘Quantum Gravitation and the Perihelion Anomaly’, Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, v. 18, pp. 181-182 (1977).

1976a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1976a.htm , ‘The Fresnel Formula Applied to Empty Space’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, v. 15, pp. 263-264 (1976).

1976b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1976b.htm , ‘Inertia of a Non-Radiating Particle’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics, v. 15, pp. 631-633 (1976).

1975a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1975a.htm , ‘Calculation of the Proton Mass in a Lattice Model for the Aether’, Il Nuovo Cimento, v. 30A, pp. 235-238 (1975).

1975b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1975b.htm , ‘Gravitation’, Sabberton Publications , pp. 78, 1975, ISBN 0 85056 0055.

1974a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1974a.htm , ‘The Chain Structure of the Nucleus’, Sabberton (1974).

1972a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1972a.htm , ‘Aether Theory and the Fine Structure Constant’, Physics Letters, v. 41A, pp. 423-424 (1972).

1972b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1972b.htm , ‘Modern Aether Science’, Sabberton Publications , pp. 165, 1980.

1971a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1971a.htm , ‘Signals from the Future?’, Electronics and Power, p. 84, February 1971.

1969a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1969a.htm , ‘The Law of Electrodynamics’, Journal of the Franklin Institute, v. 287, 179-183 (1969).

1969b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1969b.htm , ‘Physics without Einstein’, pp. 224, Sabberton, SBN 85056 0012 (1969).

1967a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1967a.htm , ‘Ballistic Theory of Light’, ‘Electronics and Power’, p. 22 (January, 1967).

1967b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1967b.htm , ‘Magnetic Anomalies’, ‘Electronics and Power’, p. 95 (March, 1967).

1966a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1966a.htm , ‘The Theory of Gravitation’, 2nd Edition, pp. 132, Sabberton, 1966.

1966b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1966b.htm , ‘Radiation-Pressure Discrepancy’, ‘Electronics and Power’, p. 236 (July, 1966).

1966c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1966c.htm , ‘The Gyromagnetic Ratio’, ‘Electronics and Power’, p. 288 (August, 1966).

1965a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1965a.htm , ‘Electrodynamic Theory’, Electronics and Power, p. 137 (April, 1965).

1965b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1965b.htm , ‘Electrodynamic Theory’, Electronics and Power, p. 202 (June, 1965).

1962a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1962a.htm , U.K. Patent No. 890,308: ‘Electrical Phase Angle Comparators’, published on February 28, 1962.

1962b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1962b.htm , U.K. Patent No. 890,791: ‘Natigational Aids’, published on March 7, 1962.

1960a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1960a.htm , ‘The Theory of Gravitation’, (privately published) 1960.

1959a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1959a.htm , U.K. Patent No. 817,674: ‘Accelerometers’, published on August 6, 1959.

1958a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1958a.htm , ‘Discussion on Electromagnetic Energy Transfer’, Proceedings of I.E.E., C, p. 359 (1958).

1958b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1958b.htm , U.K. Patent No. 892,333: ‘High Temperature Electric Discharge Apparatus’. Application filed on February 21, 1958. Published on March 28, 1962.

1958c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1958c.htm , U.K. Patent No. 797,397: ‘Low Phase-Shift Frequency-Sensitive Filters’, published on July 2, 1958.

1957a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1957a.htm , ‘An Investigation of the Eddy-Current Anomaly in a Low-Silicon Sheet Steel’, Proc. I.E.E. vol. 104C at pp. 2-7 (1957).

1956a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1956a.htm , ‘Magnetic Time-Lag effects in Solid Steel Cores’, Proc. I.E.E. vol. 103C at pp. 272-278 (1956).

1956b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1956b.htm , ‘The Eddy-Current Anomaly in Electrical Sheet Steel’, Proc. I.E.E. vol. 103C at pp. 279-285 (1956).

1952a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1952a.htm , ‘Eddy-Currents in Solid Cylindrical Cores having Non-uniform Permeability’, Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 23, pp. 523-528 (1951).

1952b http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1952b.htm , ‘A Two Fluxmeter Method of Measuring Ferromagnetic Hysteresis Loss’, The Journal of Scientific Instruments, vol. 29, pp. 2-7, (1952).

1952c http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1952c.htm , ‘A Method of Measuring the Magnetic Permeability of Rod Specimens’, The Journal of Scientific Instruments, vol. 29, pp. 371-374, (1952).

1952d http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1952d.htm , UK Patent No. 676,088: ‘A Ferromagnetic Hysteresis Potentiometer’, July 1952.

1951a http://www.aspden.org/papers/bib/1951a.htm , ‘A Ferromagnetic Hysteresis Potentiometer’, the Review of Scientific Instruments, vol. 22, pp. 869-871 (1951).