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All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident: Arthur Schopenhauer -- In questions of science the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual: Galileo Galilei -- Science is a wonderful thing if one does not have to earn one's living at it: Albert Einstein -- When you have eliminated the impossible, what ever remains, however improbable must be the truth: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle -- We all agree that your theory is crazy, but is it crazy enough? Niels Bohr -- Whenever a true theory appears, it will be its own evidence. Its test is that it will explain all phenomena: Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Since the mathematicians invaded Relativity, I do not understand it myself anymore: Albert Einstein -- I would say that the aether is a medium invented by man for the purpose of propagating his misconceptions from one place to another: W.F.G. Swann: -- Most of the fundamental ideas of science are essentially simple, and may, as a rule, be expressed in a language comprehensible to everyone: Albert Einstein -- Physics is mathematical not because we know so much about the physical world, but because we know so little: Bertrand Russell -- If I could explain it to the average person, I would not have been worth the Nobel Prize: R. P. Feynman -- I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use: Galileo Galilei -- How dare we speak of the laws of chance? Is not chance the antithesis of all law?: Bertrand Russell -- Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I´m not sure about the former: Albert Einstein -- The glory of mathematics is that you don't have to say what you are talking about: Richard Feynman -- Anything is possible if you don´t know what you are talking about: Author Unknown -- In life, everything is relative - except Einstein´s theory: Leonid S. Sukhorukov -- Don´\'t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you´ll have to ram them down people´s throats: Howard Aiken --A day will come undoubtedly when the ether will be discarded as useless: H. Poincaré -- First they tell you you´re wrong and they can prove it; then they tell you you´re right but it isn´t important; then they tell you it´s important but they knew it all along: Charles Kettering -- It is not once nor twice but times without number that the same ideas make their appearance in the world: Aristotle -- The opposite of a true statement is a false statement. The opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth: Niels Bohr -- A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it: Max Planck -- Euclid taught me that without assumptions there is no proof. Therefore, in any argument, examine the assumptions: Eric Temple Bell -- Half this game is ninety percent mental: Yogi Berra

Journal Reprints

Harold Willis Milnes
July 1985: On Lorentz's Criticism of Stokes' Fluid Aether [Milnes_TothMaatRev... view

R. A. Rees
June 1985: Relativity [Rees_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)69.PDF] view

M. G. Wellard
June 1985: Relativity [Wellard_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)69-70.PDF] view

Ivor Catt
February 1985: Fundamentals of Energy Transfer [Catt_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)77.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    F. U. Weaver-Mowes
   [Weaver-Mowes_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)77.PDF]
    G. Berzins
   [Weaver-Mowes_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)77.PDF]
    N. C. Hawkes
   [Hawkes_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)69.PDF]
    Ivor Catt
   Correction:[Catt_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)72.PDF]

Theo Theocharis
February 1985: Velocity of Light [Theocharis_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)78.PDF] view

M. G. Wellard
February 1985: Electric Charge from a Radio Wave [Wellard_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)7... view

W. A. Scott Murray
February 1985: Einstein's Trains [Murray_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)93-94.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    C. F. Coleman
   [Coleman_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)71.PDF]
    Alan Watson
   [Watson_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)71-72.PDF]

Rudolf Nedvěd Sr.
January 1985: Relativität der Bewegung [Nedvěd_TothMaatRev_v3n4(1985)1544-1... view

W. A. Scott Murray
May 1984: The roots of relativity [Murray_WW_v90n1580(1984)69-72.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    A. H. Winterflood
   "Relativity" [Winterflood_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)77-78.PDF]
    D. Marquis
   [Marquis_Elect&WW_v91n1588(1985)78.PDF]
    G. R. Moore
   [Moore_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)70.PDF]
    R. Priestley
   [Priestley_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)70.PDF]
    J. A. MacHarg
   [MacHarg_Elect&WW_v91n1592(1985)70-71.PDF]
    N. B. Taylor
   "Roots of Relativity" [Taylor_Elect&WW_v90n1584(1984)30.PDF]
    W. A. Scott Murray
   "Roots of Relativity" [Murray_Elect&WW_v90n1584(1984)30.PDF]
    A. H. Winterflood
   Relativity [Winterflood_Elect&WW_v90n1586(1984)65.PDF]

Frederick David Tombe
January 1984: Maxwell's Equations and Galilean Relativity [Tombe_TothMaatRev_v2n... view

Nicholas K. Kirk
December 1983: Red Shift [Kirk_Elect&WW_v89n1565(1983)59.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    G. Kubba
   Red Shift [Kubba_WW_v89n1569(1983)36.PDF]
    J. Snowden
   Red Shift [Snowden_WW_v89n1569(1983)36.PDF]

Ian McCausland
October 1983: Problems in special relativity [McCausland_WW_v89n1573(1983)63-65.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    N. J. Phillips
   [Phillips_WW_v90n1577(1984)71.PDF]
    C. F. Coleman
   [Coleman_WW_v90n1577(1984)71.PDF]
    A. D. Vella
   [Vella_WW_v90n1577(1984)71.PDF]
    Ian McCausland
   [McCausland_WW_v90n1577(1984)71-72.PDF]
    J. C. Laine
   [Laine_WW_v90n1581(1984)70.PDF]

P. R. Griffiths
August 1983: Orbiting Electrons [Griffiths_WW_v89n1571(1983)52.PDF] view

W. A. Scott Murray
June 1983: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 10. Judgment and prognosis [M... view
   Respondents:
    C. F. Coleman
   [Coleman_WW_v89n1573(1983)77-78.PDF]
    W. A. Scott Murray
   [Murray_WW_v89n1573(1983)78-79.PDF]
    C. F. Coleman
   [Coleman_WW_v89n1575(1983)50-51.PDF]
    David A. Chalmers
   [Chalmers_WW_v89n1575(1983)51.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
May 1983: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 9. The doctrines of Copenhage... view
   Respondents:
    M. J. Niman
   [Niman_WW_v89n1570(1983)51.PDF]
    C. F. Coleman
   [Coleman_WW_v89n1570(1983)51.PDF]
    James A. MacHarg
   [MacHarg_WW_v89n1570(1983)51.PDF]
    James A. MacHarg
   [MacHarg_WW_v89n1571(1983)49-50.PDF]
    P. Holland
   [Holland_WW_v89n1571(1983)50.PDF]
    W. A. Scott Murray
   [Murray_WW_v89n1572(1983)52-53.PDF]
    N. A. de Bruyne
   [deBruyne_WW_v89n1572(1983)53.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
April 1983: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 8. Haziness and its applicati... view

Alex Jones
April 1983: Michelson-Morley [Jones_WW_v89n1567(1983)48.pdf] view

W. A. Scott Murray
March 1983: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 7. The limitation of indeterm... view
   Respondents:
    K. S. Hall
   [Hall_WW_v89n1570(1983)52.PDF]

John Kennaugh
March 1983: Electromagnetic Doppler [Kennaugh_WW_v89n1566(1983)52.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    S. J. Hobson
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Hobson_WW_v89n1568(1983)59.PDF]
    John Kennaugh
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Kennaugh_WW_v89n1568(1983)59-60.PDF]
    D. Hall
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Hall_WW_v89n1569(1983)34.PDF]
    John Kennaugh
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Kennaugh_WW_v89n1570(1983)52.PDF]
    James L. Smith
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Smith_WW_v89n1570(1983)52.PDF]
    John Kennaugh
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Kennaugh_WW_v89n1571(1983)49.PDF]
    S. J. Hobson
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Hobson_WW_v89n1572(1983)52.PDF]
    Alex Jones
   Electromagnetic Doppler [Jones_WW_v89n1574(1983)55.PDF]
    C. B. V. Francksen
   Discussing Relativty [Francksen_WW_v89n1569(1983)35-36.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
February 1983: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 6. Waves of improbability [Mu... view
   Respondents:
    Brian T. Evans
   [Evans_WW_v89n1567(1983)45.PDF]

M. G. Wellard
January 1983: Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics [Wellard_WW_v89n1564(1983)60-61.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    Ian McCausland
   [McCausland_WW_v89n1570(1983)52.PDF]
    Alex Jones
   [Jones_WW_v89n1575(1983)51.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
January 1983: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 5. Quantization and quantizat... view
   Respondents:
    M. M. Gleave
   [Gleave_WW_v89n1568(1983)61.PDF]
    Terry Stancliffe
   [Stancliffe_WW_v89n1568(1983)61-62.PDF]
    W. A. Scott Murray
   [Murray_WW_v89n1568(1983)62.PDF]

John J. Durie
January 1983: On the Telescopic Aberration of Light [Durie_TothMaatRev_v1n4(1983)... view

Mohammed Zaman Akil
1983: Gravitational Waves [Akil_WW_v89n1569(1983)36.PDF] view

W. A. Scott Murray
December 1982: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 4. A More Realistic Duality? ... view
   Respondents:
    P. Craig
   Modern Physics" [Craig_WW_v89n1566(1983)54.PDF]
    C. F. Coleman
   [Coleman_WW_v89n1568(1983)61.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
October 1982: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 3. Impact of the Photon [Murr... view
   Respondents:
    B. D. Runagle
   A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics [Runagle_WW_v89n1564(1983)60...
    A. H. Winterflood
   [Winterflood_WW_v89n1564(1983)61-62.PDF] J
    M. G. T. Hewlett
   [Hewlett_WW_v89n1564(1983)62.PDF]
    B. J. C. Burrows
   [Burrows_WW_v89n1568(1983)61.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
August 1982: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 2. The Electromagnetic Analog... view
   Respondents:
    D. A. Bell
   [Bell_WW_v88n1561(1982)66.PDF]
    Edwin Hill
   Hill_WW_v88n1561(1982)66.PDF]

W. A. Scott Murray
June 1982: A Heretic's Guide to Modern Physics - 1. Theories and Miracles [Mur... view
   Respondents:
    M. G. Wellard
   [Wellard_WW_v88n1559(1982)57-58.PDF]
    John W. T. Smith
   [Smith_WW_v88n1560(1982)41.PDF]

Louis Essen
July 1981: Leap Seconds: Story of the Transfer from Astronomical to Atomic Tim... view
   Respondents:
    Andrew Romer
   "Leap Seconds" [Romer_WW_v88n1552(1982)39.PDF]
    Louis Essen
   "Leap Seconds" [Essen_WW_v88n1552(1982)39.PDF]

C. B. V. Francksen
July 1981: James Clerk Maxwell [Francksen_WW_v87n1546(1981)51.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    M. G. Wellard
   [Wellard_WW_v87n1546(1981)51.PDF]
    C. B. V. Francksen
   [Francksen_ElectW&WW_v97n1659(1991)54-55.PDF]

Ian McCausland
July 1981: The Twins Paradox of Relativity [McCausland_WW_v87n1546(1981)73-74.... view

Louis Essen
June 1981: Energy from Space? [Essen_WW_v87n1545(1981)48.PDF] view

Ivor Catt
January 1981: Displacement Current [Catt_WW_v87n1540(1981)62.PDF] view

Alex Jones
January 1981: The 'Twins' Paradox of Relativity [Jones_WW_v87n1540(1981)62.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    L. J. Higgins
   [Higgins_WW_v87n1543(1981)58.PDF]
    Alex Jones
   [Jones_WW_v88n1556(1982)59.PDF]

Ivor Catt
December 1980: The death of electric current [Catt_WW_v86n1539(1980)79-81.PDF] view

Herbert Dingle
October 1980: The 'twins' paradox of relativity [Dingle_WW_v86n1537(1980)54-56.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    Ian McCausland
   [McCausland_WW_v86n1537(1980)54.PDF]
    Ian McCausland
   [McCausland_WW_v86n1537(1980)55.PDF]
    Thomas D. B. Wilkie
   [Wilkie_WW_v876n1545(1981)47-48.PDF]

T. B. Tang
May 1980: Why does an electron have inertia? [Tang_WW_v86n1533(1980)81-82.... view

Ivor Catt
March 1980: Maxwell's equations revisited [Catt_WW_v86n1531(1980)77-78.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    R. C. Hayes
   [Hayes_WW_v86n1537(1980)49-50.PDF]
    Ivor Catt
   [Catt_WW_v86n1537(1980)50.PDF]

Roger C. Jennison
June 1979: What is an Electron? [Jennison_WW_v85n1522(1979)42-47.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    Theo Theocharis
   [Theocharis_WW_v85n1526(1979)71-72.PDF]
    Roger C. Jennison
   [Jennison_WW_v85n1526(1979)72.PDF]
    Alex Jones
   [Jones_WW_v85n1527(1979)80.PDF]
    Roger C. Jennison
   [Jennison_WW_v85n1527(1979)80.PDF]

Ivor Catt
March 1979: The history of displacement current [Catt&etal_WW_v85n1519(1979)67... view

D. S. Walton
March 1979: The history of displacement current [Catt&etal_WW_v85n1519(1979)67... view

M. F. Davidson
March 1979: The history of displacement current [Catt&etal_WW_v85n1519(1979)67... view

R. A. Waldron
December 1978: The Ballistic Theory of Light and its Implications for Space Travel... view

Louis Essen
October 1978: Relativity and Time Signals [Essen_WW_v84n1514(1978)44-45.PDF] view
   Respondents:
    D. Griffiths
   [Griffiths_WW_v84n1516(1978)57-58.PDF]
    G. F. Filbey
   [Filbey_WW_v85n1517(1979)61.PDF]
    J. H. Fremlin
   [Fremlin_WW_v85n1520(1979)71.PDF]
    R. J. Diamond
   [Diamond_WW_v85n1522(1979)80-81.PDF]
    W. T. Morris
   [Morris_WW_v85n1525(1979)79.PDF]
    W. T. Morris
   [Morris_WW_v85n1527(1979)79.PDF]

Louis Essen
June 1977: Atomic Clocks Coming and Going [Essen_CreatResSocQtrly_v14n1(1977)4... view

Ian McCausland
June 1977: The Dingle Affair. An Unresolved Scientific Controversy [McCausland... view

Thomas G. Barnes
September 17, 2012: A Classical Foundation for Electrodynamics [Barnes&etal_CreatR... view

Herbert Dingle
October 1962: On Inertial Reference Frames [Dingle_SciProg_v50n200(1962)568-583.PDF] view

Herbert Dingle
April 1960: The Origin and Present Status of the Special Relativity Theory [Din... view

H. Barrell
April 1959: Atomic Standards of Length and Time [Barrell&Essen_SciProg_v47n... view