Classical Physics

1007 Submissions

[6] viXra:1007.0054 [pdf] replaced on 11 Aug 2010

Possibility to Explain Aether and Gravitational Wave from Electromagnetic-Dynamics Equations

Authors: Yoshiro Nohara
Comments: 6 pages

The generalized Maxwell equations in vacuum are basically the equations for steady states, which satisfy both energy and force conservation laws. However, superpositions of the steady states often break those conservation laws, although the generalized Maxwell equations are kept. To study those cases, we derived electromagnetic-dynamics equations, which include the generalized Maxwell equations, energy and force conservation laws, and dynamics of scalar fields. These equations explain that the scalar fields may work as the aether propagating the electromagnetic wave, and scalar waves may work as the gravitational waves.
Category: Classical Physics

[5] viXra:1007.0042 [pdf] replaced on 2014-01-05 09:03:16

Universal Medium

Authors: Nainan K. Varghese
Comments: 12 Pages. Originally published in General Science Journal

‘Action at a distance through empty space’ is an illogical assumption. An all-encompassing medium is essential to facilitate physical actions. Aether, used in aether-theories is too vague and it fails to describe many physical actions about 3D matter-bodies, logically. Alternative concept, presented in the book, ‘MATTER (Re-examined)’ envisages an all-encompassing medium, which has real constituent matter-particles, structure, properties and actions. For details, kindly refer to same [1].
Category: Classical Physics

[4] viXra:1007.0041 [pdf] submitted on 26 Jul 2010

Electromagnetic Stealth with Parallel Electric and Magnetic Fields

Authors: T. E. Raptis
Comments: 8 pages.

We analyze a theoretical example of parallel electric and magnetic fields in a hypothetical anisotropic medium with varying susceptibility. We deduce the polarization characteristics and we discuss the conditions under which this could be utilized in electromagnetic invisibility.
Category: Classical Physics

[3] viXra:1007.0040 [pdf] replaced on 4 Aug 2010

Entropy and 'The Arrow of Time', A Love Story

Authors: Constantinos Ragazas
Comments: 4 pages

In this short note we offer a new definition of entropy and derive an interesting relationship between entropy and time. In light of this relationship, we show how The Second Law of Thermodynamics can be interpreted as saying that every physical process requires a lapse of time. In simple language, the Second Law says that 'everything happens over some positive time-interval'. This defines 'the arrow of time'. This understanding of entropy maintains the reciprocal relationship between entropy and temperature, makes entropy 'additive', and preserves the notion that entropy provides a measure of 'available energy' to do work. What does change, however, is the idea that entropy is a measure of disorder, and the Universe is doomed to thermal death.
Category: Classical Physics

[2] viXra:1007.0032 [pdf] submitted on 21 Jul 2010

Because there is Inertial and Gravitational Mass

Authors: Raffaele Cogoni
Comments: 4 pages. Italian and English combined

The matter in the universe, is equipped with inertial and gravitational mass and thus weight, this is due to the fact that interactions between bodies, traveling at a finite speed not exceeding that of light.
Category: Classical Physics

[1] viXra:1007.0030 [pdf] submitted on 19 Jul 2010

The Alpha Torque and Quantum Physics

Authors: Zhiliang Cao, Henry Cao
Comments: The paper is from a published book "The Alpha Torque" by Zhiliang Cao and Henry Cao. The title was published by CreateSpace with the following eStore URL:

In the center of the universe, there isn't a super massive black hole or any specific energy holding the universe together. The source of this supposed energy is in the space itself. The space itself is not a complete void. In fact, space itself has a simple movement. This very movement dominates every aspect of physical existence. Nothing can exist without it. The movement is called the Torque. This theory can make it easier to understand Quantum Physics.
Category: Classical Physics