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Papers written by P

January 9, 2014: On Universal Mechanics and Superluminal Velocities in ST view

December 25, 2013: Digital Natural Units view

July 29, 2012: On the Concept of Time and the Reduced System of Units view

April 17, 2012: Inertial and Universal Velocities in the Scaling Theory view

June 23, 2011: Relative Motion in a Gravitational Field and Comments on the Equiva... view

May 2, 2011: Observation of Motion Through Light Signals view

September 29, 2010: The Free-Fall Law of Galileo is only Approximately Correct view

June 28, 2010: The Illusive Lorentz Transformations Revisited view

February 12, 2010: The Scaling Theory - XII: Universal Timer - The Zeroth Law of Motion view

February 1, 2010: The Universal Space and the Illusive Lorentz Transformations view

January 4, 2010: The Scaling Theory - XI: Newton's Absolute Time and Length view

November 1, 2009: The Scaling Theory - X: The General Sagnac Effect view

July 8, 2009: The Scaling Theory: IX: Explaining the Results of the Michelson-Mor... view

July 7, 2009: The Scaling Theory: VIII: The Sagnac Effect and Michelson-Gale Expe... view

July 7, 2009: The Scaling Theory: VIIb: The Bound Scaling Transformations (BST) view

December 11, 2008: The Scaling Theory: VII: Scaling Transformations of the Second Type view

November 7, 2008: The Scaling Theory: VI: The Doppler Effect and Drag Effect view

October 28, 2008: The Scaling Theory: V: Aberration view

October 28, 2008: Euclidation of Physical Space and the Euclidation Process view

October 9, 2008: The Scaling Theory: Derivation of the Scaling Transformations of th... view

October 2, 2008: The Scaling Theory: Derivation of the Scaling Transformations view

September 30, 2008: The Scaling Theory: Physical and Geometrical Settings view

April 1, 2008: The Scaling Transformations IIIb: Doppler Effect and Ives-Stilwell ... view

January 10, 2008: The Scaling Transformations IIIa: The Michelson Morley Experiment view

November 29, 2007: In What Sense Is the Velocity of Light Constant? view

November 22, 2007: The Scaling Transformations: Theory and Applications II view

October 13, 2007: Treatment of Some Optical Phenomena Using Scaling Transformations view

August 21, 2007: Absolute Units and the Sagnac Effect view

April 5, 2007: On the Sagnac Effect view

February 17, 2007: Generalized Doppler Effect view

September 8, 2003: On Contiguous Inertial Frames view

July 16, 2003: Implication of Contiguous Equivalence On Inter-Bodies' Time and Di... view