Front Cover.

Half Title Page.

Title Page.

Copyright Page.

Dedication.

Foreword: Biographical Reflections on an ‘Emperor's New Clothes’.

Preface.

Contents.

1: Foundational Physics.

2: Laws of Form, Majorana Fermions, and Discrete Physics.

3: The Tie that Binds: A Fundamental Unit of ‘Change’ in Space and Time.

4: Space and Antispace.

5: Zero-Totality in Action–Reaction Space: A Generalization of Newton's Third Law?.

6: A Computational Unification of Scientific Law: Spelling out a Universal Semantics for Physical Reality.

7: Eliminating the Gravitational Constant, G, and Improving Si Units, Using Two New Planck-Unit Frameworks with All Parameters as Ratios of Only H, C, and A.

8: A Programmable Cellular-Automata Polarized Dirac Vacuum.

9: Exploring Novel Cyclic Extensions of Hamilton's Dual-Quaternion Algebra.

10: Special and General Relativity.

11: Explicit and Implicit Uncertainties and the Uncertainty Principle in the Special Theory of Relativity.

12: Simulations of Relativistic Effects, Relativistic Time, and the Constancy of Light Velocity.

13: On the Maximum Speed of Matter.

14: Spacetime and Quantum Propagation from Digital Clocks.

15: General Relativity Theory — Well Proven and Also Incomplete?.

16: Rectification of General Relativity, Experimental Verifications, and Errors of the Wheeler School.

17: Relativity Based on Physical Processes Rather than Space-Time.

18: On the Fundamental Nature of the Electromagnetic Interaction.

19: Unified Geometrodynamics: A Complementarity of Newton's and Einstein's Gravity.

20: Review of the Relationship between Galilean Relativity and the Velocity of Light.

21: Review of the Derivation of the Lorentz Transformation.

22: Marriage of Electromagnetism and Gravity in an Extended Space Model and Astrophysical Phenomena.

23: Both the Twin Paradox and GPS Data Show the Need for Additional Physics.

24: An Alternative to Dirac's Model, Confining Change Due to the Bound Electron, Not in the Field, but Withinthe Electron Itself.

25: Thermodynamics, Fields, and Gravity.

26: Thoughts on Landauer's Principle and Its Experimental Verification.

27: Information, Entropy, and the Classical Ideal Gas.

28: Clausius’ Concepts of ‘Aequivalenzwerth’ and Entropy: A Critical Appraisal.

29: The Conformal Steady-State Free Precession: A Kepplerian Approach to Automorphic Scattering Theory of Orbiton Spinon Dynamics.

30: An Introduction to Boscovichian Unified Field Theory.

31: A Scintilla of Unified Field Mechanics Revealed by a Conceptual Integration of New Fundamental Elements Associated with Wavepacket Dispersion.

32: Fields in Action? From the Inside Looking out (Musings of an Idiosyncratic Experimentalist!).

33: Quantum Mechanics.

34: Evidencing ‘Tight Bound States’ in the Hydrogen Atom: Empirical Manipulation of Large-Scale XD in Violation of QED.

35: Quantum Causality.

36: Relativistic Entanglement.

37: Relativistic Entanglement from Maxwell's Classical Equations.

38: Universal Quantum Computing: Third Gen Prototyping Utilizing Relativistic ‘Trivector’ R-Qubit Modeling Surmounting Uncertainty.

39: Deterministic Impulsive Vacuum Foundations for Quantum-Mechanical Wavefunctions.

40: Emergence of a New Quantum Mechanics by Multivalued Logic.

41: Dirac Sea and Its Evolution.

42: Justifying the Vacuum as an Electron–Positron Aggregation and Experimental Falsification.

43: Cosmology and Consciousness.

44: Some Thoughts on Redshift and Modern Cosmology.

45: Examining the Existence of the Multiverse.

46: Universal Scaling Laws in Quantum Theory and Cosmology.

47: Implementing Maxwell's Aether Illuminates the Physics of Gravitation: The Gravity-Electric (G-E) Field, Evident at Every Scale, from the Ionosphere to Spiral Galaxies and a Neutron-Star Extreme.

48: Continuum Theory (CT): Its Particle-Tied Aether Yields a Continuous Auto-Creation, Non-Expanding Cosmology and New Light on Galaxy Evolution and Clusters.

49: A Transluminal-Energy Quantum Model of the Cosmic Quantum.

50: Transluminal-Energy Quantum Models of the Photon and the Electron.

51: Thoughts Occasioned by the ‘Big Bang’ Model of the Universe.

52: The Theological Basis of Big Bang Cosmology and the Failure of General Relativity.

53: The Neurogenetic Correlates of Consciousness.

54: Are Life, Consciousness, and Intelligence Cosmic Phenomena?.

55: A Holoinformational Model of the Physical Observer.

56: Time?.

57: ‘Shut the Front Door!’: Obviating the Challenge of Large-Scale Extra Dimensions and Psychophysical Bridging.

Index.