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Robert Stirniman's
Antigravity Bibliography - 9
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I wrote already about Poliakov's book "Experimental Gravitonics". He wrote
    it in 1991 and published in Russian. Now he have English version as 
    MSDOS text on diskett. If you wish help for Dr.Poliakov, write for him 
    and buy book in Russian or copy of text in English. Here is more
    information.
    -- Alex Frolov

     "Experimental Gravitonics" Spartak M. Poliakov, Oleg S. Poliakov
      Russia 141120 Moscow area, Friazino, 60-let SSSR str., 1 - 167.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Chapter 1
    New notions of things forgotten long ago
    @1 Is the "light barrier" penetrable?                              p.7
    @2 Energy relations and the mechanism of "C-barrier" penetration.  p.10

    Chapter 2
    Microstructural models of the photon and electron
    @1 What do we know about the photon, an electromagnetic-radiation 
       quantum? p.21
    @2 Uniquanta parameters   p.23
    1. Uniquanta spin ( postulated ) p.23
     a. Linear polarization Fig.8a p.25
     b. Circularly polarized nonrotating photon Fig.8b. p.26
     c. Circularly polarized rotating photon. P.26
    2. Magnetic moment of a uniquantum (postulated) p.27
    3. Uniquantum gravitational mass ( postulated ) p.27
    4. Equivalent charge and radius of a uniquantum. p.27
    5. Tangential velocity of uniquantum rotation p.29
    6. Uniquantum magnetic field p.30
    7. Gravitational constant of the uniquantum p.30
    8. Gravitational field of the uniquantum p.31
    @3 Photon model p.32
    @4 Phenomenological microstructural model of the electron p.35
    @5 Derivation of approximate gravitational equations of practical 
       interest p.45

    part 2
    Experimental verification of new gravitational equations  p.55
    Chapter 1
    Experimental verification of mechanical gravitational equations
    @1 Problems pertaining to the velocity of gravitational-radiation 
       propagation p.56
    @2 Principles of determining the propagation velocity of the unknow 
       radiation from the measured momentum of recoil. p.59
    @3 Description of the experimental set-up   p.64
    @4 Gyroscopic multipole "Buket" (Bouget) p.68
    @5 Investigation of the effects of dummy shock rotation p.77
    @6 The effect of shock braking of the rotating gyroscope p.79
    @7 Quadrupole generator of directional gravitational radiation 
      "Yoilka" (Fir) p.80
    1. Swing of dummies p.82
    2. Swing of gyroscopes p.83
    3. Precession of dummies  p.84
    4. Precession of gyroscopes p.85
    @8 Experimental results for the quadrupole generator p.86
    @9 Mathematical model of the quadrypole generator p.89
    @10 Questions of practical application of the results p.107
    Chapter 2
    Experimental verification of the natural relation between magnetism and
    gravitation, corollaries from the microstructural model of electron p.111
    @1 Gravitational interpretation of magnetostriction p.114
       Experimental results     p.117
    @2 Magnetostrictive curvature of optical beam    p.118
    Choice of the material for magnetogravioptical investigations p.121
    Magnetic-gap parameters      p.123
    Experimental methods     p.123
    @3 Gravioptical effects in GRT   p.126
    @4 Gravitational frequency shift of optical relation in a nonhomogeneously
       -magnetized ferromagnetic material     p.128
    @5 Quadratic gravioptical effect    p.130
    @6 Some fantastic possibilities opening for modern fundamental science p131
    @7 Generator of short gravitational pulses ( by ferromagnetics ) p.134
    @8 Problem of gravitational receiver p.137
    Conclusion p.139
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    1. H.E.Puthoff, The energetic vacuum: implications for energy research,
    Speculations in science and technology, vol.13, No.3, p.247.

    2. Thomas Valone, Inertial propulsion... Newsletter of Planetary Association
    for Clean Energy, vol.7 No.1, p.6-12. Published by PACE, Inc. 100 Bronson
    Av.,Suite 1001, Ottawa, Ontario K1R 6G8, Canada.

    3. Re NASA electrostatic levitation experiments and Thomas Townsend Brown's
    research look the Newsletter of Planetary Association for Clean Energy, vol.7
    No.4.p.7. July, 1994. "Electrogravitics developments" reprinted from NEXUS
    Special.

    4. "The Swiss Methernitha-Linden Converter", p.3-6. Space Energy Newsletter,
    June 1993, vol.4 No.2. Published by Space Energy Association, P.O.Box 11422,
    Clearwater, FL 34616, USA. My understanding of this electrostatic machine
    allows development of a simple scheme: self-rotating thanks to electrostatic
    forces disk and ordinary electrical generator connected with axis of disk.

    5. Conception of Edmund Whittaker (papers of 1903-1904) is developed by
    T.E.Bearden in his book "Gravitobiology", published by Tesla Book Co.,
    P.O.Box 121873, Chula Vista, CA 91912, USA.

    6. P.D. Ouspensky, A New Model of the Universe, New York, 1971.p.433 in
    Russian edition of 1993.

    7. Example of joint demonstration of "gravity/chronal/over-unit power"
    effect is invention of Ivan Stepanovitch Filimonenko of 1960. His version
    of cold fusion system produced: 1. Heat power 2. Motive force without
    fling back of mass 3. Influence on time-period of half-decay. Article of
    N.E.Zaev published in "Izobretatel i Razionalizator", Russia, No.1 1995,
    p.8-9.

    8. Alexander V. Frolov, The Application of Potential Energy for Creation
    of Power, New Energy News, vol.2, No.1, May 1994. Published by Institute
    for New Energy, P.O.Box 58639, Salt Like City, UT 84158-8639, USA.

    9. V.V.Lensky, General for Many-Polarity, Irkutsk, Russia, 1986. Published
    in Russian by Irkutsk University.

    10. N.A.Kozyrev, Selected works, 1991, published by University of
    St.-Petersburg, in Russian.
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      BEARDEN, THOMAS E., AND WALTER ROSENTHAL (1991).  "ON A TESTABLE
           UNIFICATION OF ELECTROMAGNETICS, GENERAL RELATIVITY, AND QUANTUM
           MECHANICS," 26TH IECEC, VOL. 4, PAGES 487-492, AND ASSOCIATION OF
           DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN SCIENTISTS.
      
      BEARDEN, THOMAS (1992).  "A REDEFINITION OF THE ENERGY ANSATZ, LEADING
           TO A FUNDAMENTALLY NEW CLASS OF NUCLEAR INTERACTIONS," 27TH IECEC,
           PAGES 4.303-4.310, AND ASSOCIATION OF DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN
           SCIENTISTS.
      
      GROTZ, TOBY (1992).  "THE USE OF MIRROR IMAGE SYMMETRY IN COIL WINDING,
           APPLICATIONS AND ADVANTAGES IN MAGNETIC FIELD GENERATION," 27TH
           IECEC, PAGES 4.311-4.313.
      
      HATHAWAY, GEORGE D. (1991).  "FROM ANTI-GRAVITY TO ZERO-POINT ENERGY:  
           A TECHNICAL REVIEW OF ADVANCED PROPULSION CONCEPTS,"
           AIDAA/AIAA/DGLR/JSASS 22ND INTERNATIONAL ELECTRIC PROPULSION
           CONFERENCE, VIAREGGIO, ITALY.
      
      LAVIOLETTE, PAUL A. (1991).  "SUBQUANTUM KINETICS:  EXPLORING THE CRACK
           IN THE FIRST LAW," 26TH IECEC, VOL. 4, PAGES 352-357.
      
      SURGALLA, LYNN A. (1991).  "NONLINEAR DYNAMICS:  MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
           FOR 21ST CENTURY TECHNOLOGY (A TUTORIAL FOR ENGINEERS),"
           26TH IECEC, VOL. 4, PAGES 394-399.
      
      VALONE, THOMAS (1991).  "NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY AND PROPULSION
           METHODS," 26TH IECEC, VOL. 4, PAGES 439-444.
      
      DEPALMA, BRUCE (1991).  "MAGNETISM AS A DISTORTION OF A PRE-EXISTENT
           PRIMORDIAL ENERGY FIELD AND THE POSSIBILITY OF EXTRACTION OF
           ELECTRICAL ENERGY DIRECTLY FROM SPACE," 26TH IECEC, VOL. 4,
           PAGES 429-432.
      
      VALONE, THOMAS (1991).  "THE ONE-PIECE FARADAY GENERATOR:  RESEARCH
           RESULTS," 26TH IECEC, VOL. 4, PAGES 473-478.
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              AUTHOR :Znidarsic, Frank
               TITLE :Elementary antigravity / Frank Znidarsic.
            LANGUAGE :ENGLISH
           PUBLISHED :New York : Vantage Press ; 1989
       PHYSICAL DESC :53 p. ; 21 cm.
             SUBJECT :Gravitation, Antigravity

       Title: THE SOURCE OF INERTIAL AND GRAVITATIONAL MASS
      Author: Frank Znidarsic P.E. FZNIDARS@GPU.COM, ELECTRICAL
              ENGINEER WITH THE PENN ELECTRIC CO.  JOHNSTOWN, Pa.
    COMMENTS: 8 PAGES ASCII TXT FILE.  NEW ENERGY PROJECT, Submitted to
              the Canadian Journal of Physics, July 94 resubmitted Jan 95
              Texted in the DOS editor.
              (Available at Elektromagnum web site)     

       Title: GENESIS OF AND ZERO POINT ENERGY
      Author: FZNIDARSIC@GPU.COM, F. Znidarsic Electrical
              Engineer with the Pennsylvania Electric Co. Johnstown Pa.
    Comments: ASCII  *.TXT, 5 PAGES, Texted on DOS editor
              submitted to the Canadian Journal of Physics July 94,
              Resubmitted Jan 95 Report_no: Special Energy Prog.
              (Available at Elektromagnum web site)
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    The Jackson text is entirely wrong if it does discuss magnetic fields
    without a potential - the electromagnetic 4-potential A always applies to
    the conservation of 4-momentum (energy and momentum) by electromagnetic
    interactions.  

    See GRAVITATION by Misner, Thorne, and Wheeler.
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    The causative agent of gravitational gradients (Potential) was first
    enumerated G. L. Le Sage in 1784.  H. A. Lorentz and G. H.
    Darwin evaluated Le Sage's postulate mathematically and rejected
    it when, as a result of their evaluation, it was found that although
    the postulated process could describe all observed gravitational
    phenomena (and inherently results is GR), the mechanism
    REQUIRED a continuous overall LOSS of energy (apparently
    disappearing into matter, in a clear violation of the conservation of
    energy).  I could go on to suggest that mining this concept and
    process could lead one to significant "pay dirt" in terms of
    understanding how GR relates to QM.  

    The kinetic model of Le Sage does lead to a valid model for physical 
    processes. The key is Super-Fluid theory.  Both GR and QM are fully 
    described as well as why each dominates at the scales they do.  
    Hemholtz proved that a superfluid vortex ring is infinitely stable 
    and without a boundary dis-continuty can not be created or destroyed.  
    Kelvin mathematically proved that the equations that describe small 
    linear disturbances in a a superfluid vortex sponge are IDENTICAL 
    to the equations that describe the propogation of light through space.  
    A EXCELLENT book on this topic is "A History of the Theories of Aether 
    and Electricity" by Sir Edmund Whitaker, Dover Reprint 1989 and I 
    can not give any reference a higher recommendation.  Why is this 
    information not known, that sir is a very long and interesting story.
    - Paul Stowe
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    For a much more current model, than LeSage, of a sink-source interpretation 
    of gravity, see O.C. Hilgenberg's "Gravitation, Tromben, und Wellen in 
    bewegten Medien" (1931), GieSmann & Bartsch.  It's in German. It's in the 
    National Union Catalogue. If you don't read German, then Carl Frederick 
    Krafft's "Ether and Matter" (1945), Dietz Printing Co., contains some 
    portions translated from Hilgenberg's work. Hilgenberg developed a quantum 
    numbering system of the atoms based upon Krafft's ether-vortex atom model, 
    entitled "Quantenzahlen, Wirbelring-Atommodelle und Heliumsechserring-
    Aufbauprinzip des Periodensystems der chemischen Elemente"  Which means 
    roughly: A Quantum Number, Vortex Atom model and Hexagonal-ring construction 
    principle of the periodic system of the chemical elements. Krafft saw the 
    quantization of energy as a logical consequence of a system of particles 
    consisting of, basically, pumps, which could take in and give out energy 
    and ether/space at limited rates, based on rotations of the various rings.

    In his model, as opposed to LeSage's, the flux terminates in what he called 
    equipotential zones, much as one would see if two jets of water were to 
    collide coaxially. So, the intake of two bodies "squirting" out ether, will 
    be on the back sides of both bodies, and hence, they are pushed together.  
    LeSage saw each body acting as sheilds to the ultramundane particles racing 
    in all directions in space (cosmic rays forseen in the 18th century!) Thus 
    the two bodies move into each others 'shadow'.

    Louis Kevran's work on low energy transmutations of the elements was 
    predicted by Krafft's model. And there was a man named Nemos who claimed 
    to have developed a television type microscope not limited by the optical 
    paths of standard microscopes, and I have a photo he took which shows, it 
    is claimed, the nucleous of an iron atom, as a collection of vortices 
    arranged peripherally (non-coaxially).  It's like looking down on pearl-like 
    smoke rings connected by vibrating jets. It's an amazing photo(?)
    Krafft's prediction was that the proton and electron would be double 
    vortex structures, and the neutron a triple vortex structure. The picture 
    seems to confirm that.  So much for my two bits. The work of Krafft is not 
    heavily laden with math. The beauty of it to me is it can be visualized.
    (Note: Nemo's "microscope" may be based on the technology very recently 
     developed which is known as magnetic microscopy.)

    I have a neat little book written by Carl Krafft, back in the 30s. He was 
    an avid developer of an ether-vortex theory of atomic and gravitational 
    forces. His theory was underpinned by the writings of O.C. Hilgenberg 
    and Hermanne Fricke of Germany, pre-Nazi. Hilgenberg's views included a 
    vertical ether sink as the cause of gravity, and the consequent development 
    of mass in the enterior of the earth. Hence the earth expanded over time, 
    with periodic explosive expansions and contractions.  Meanwhile, Krafft 
    developed the idea of combining vortices in face to face rolling contact, 
    which provides four basic forms: single vortice=neutrino; double vortice, 
    with rolling contact drawing ether into the periphery-proton; with rolling 
    contact into the poles-electron; then the neutron which is three vortices 
    combining forming a neutral, polarizeable particle drawing ether into one 
    end, out the sides, in the sides out the other end. Krafft's books were 
    all self published. 
    -- Roger Cathey 
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    Is there anyone out there who is familiar with modern Kaluza-Klein theory?
    Or even with the kind Kaluza got Einstein to buy into in 1921 or whenever
    it was...?  This is supposed to unify gravity and electromagnetics in a
    five-dimensional model.  Would it not predict the kind of effects Brown
    was experimenting with, if true?
    -John Sangster

    Kaluza and Klein had the idea of extending GR to 5 dimensions.  When
    they did Maxwell's eqns. just sort of pop out.  Unfortunately the
    weak and strong nuclear forces don't.  So people try expanding GR into
    10, 11 or even 26.  It's interesting to do the reverse.  Expand
    Maxwell's eqns. into 5 dimensions.  I did it and soon I'll (hopefully)
    give some details.  But essentially you get two out of three of
    Newton's gravitational equations.  You get something similar to
    the third eqn. but I haven't convinced myself that mine is a
    generalization of Newton's. 
    -Ray Cote, KSC

    Kaluza-Klein theories are an attempt to give a general relativistic
    explaination for all the forces of nature not just gravity. The
    original Kaluza-Klein idea was hatched in 1920 by Kaluza and in
    1926 by Klein. The basic idea is that there are 4 space dimensions
    and 1 time dimension (a 5 dimensional maifold) rather than the
    3 space dimensions and 1 time dimesnions that there appear to be.
    Then generalizing Einsteins field equations to this 5 dimensional
    space (and making the assumption that one of the dimensions gets
    "curled" up or "compactified") you find that you get Einsteins 
    4D field equations plus Maxwell's equations. The way that this 
    happens is one of the most beautiful aspects of this theory, 
    and it really makes you (or at least it makes me) think that
    there should be at least some aspect of this theory that has 
    some correspondence in reality.

    Kaluza-Klein theories were revived in the mid seventies by
    A. Chodos (I think) who showed how you can incorparte all
    the interactions that we know about now (the strong and
    the weak forces which weren't unified with gravity in Kaluza's
    original theory, which only unified EM and gravity) by
    taking spacetime to be 11 dimensional (10 space dimensions and
    1 time). 

    I can't really think of a good laymans intro to Kaluza-Klein,
    but there is a Physics Report in 1985 and 1986 that gives a
    review of Kaluza-Klein theories by Bailin and Love (?). And
    there is a Frontiers of Physics book edited by T. Appelquist
    which reprints most of the important articles on the subject.
    - Doug Singleton
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    "The Possibly Unifying Effect of the Dynamic Theory", May 1983,
    by P.E. Williams
     This is part of a series of works by Williams. The novel aspect
     of the work it that Williams starts from thermodynamics instead
     of the usual general relativistic and Newtonian approach.
     Williams develops the 5-D field equations and the neo-coulombic
     potential. The equations allow for inductive coupling between
     the electric and gravitational fields. 
     -- Dennis Cravens
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    Kaku, Michio.
    Hyperspace : a scientific odyssey through parallel universes, time warps,
    and the 10th dimension / Michio Kaku.  New York : Oxford University Press,
    LC CALL NUMBER: QC793.3.F5 K35 1994 *CIP 
    SUBJECTS: Kaluza-Klein theories. Superstring theories. Hyperspace.
    ISBN:  0195085140 (alk. paper)
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    THE INTERACTION OF MAGNETIZATIONS WITH AN EXTERNAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD 
    AND A TIME-DEPENDENT MAGNETIC AHARONOV-BOHM EFFECT
    Joint Inst. for Nuclear Research, Dubna (USSR). AFANASEV, G.N.  NELHIEBEL, M.  
    STEPANOVSKIJ, YU. P.  AB(Technische Univ., Vienna, Austria.) AC(Academy of
    Sciences of the Ukraine, Kharkov, Ukraine.)  1994  20 PAGES  DE95-613463 
    JINR-E-2-94-297  Avail: CASI HC A03/MF A01 (US Sales Only)
    We investigate how the choice of the magnetization distribution inside the
    sample affects its interaction with the external electromagnetic field. The  
    strong selectivity to the time dependence of the external electromagnetic
    field arises for the particular magnetizations. This can be used for the
    storage and ciphering of information. We propose a time-dependent
    Aharonov-Bohm-like experiment in which the phase of the wave function is
    changed by the time-dependent vector magnetic potential. The arising
    time-dependent interference picture may be viewed as a new channel for the
    information transfer.
    CASI Accession Number: N95-30368
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       AUTHOR :Doughty, Noel A. (Noel Arthur)
        TITLE :Lagrangian interaction : an introduction to relativistic
               symmetry in electrodynamics and gravitation / Noel A. Doughty.
    PUBLISHED :Sydney ; Readwood City, Calif. : Addison-Wesley, c1990.
         DESC :xix, 569 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
      SUBJECT :Electrodynamics, Gravitation, Relativity, Symmetry 
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    GENERALIZED HALL ACCELERATION FOR SPACE PROPULSION
    SASOH, AKIHIRO  AATohoku University, Sendai, Japan  In: International
    Symposium on Space Technology and Science, 18th, Kagoshima, Japan, May 17-22,
    1992. Vols. 1 & 2 . A95-82299  Tokyo, Japan  ISTS Editorial Board  1992
    6 PAGES  1992 p. 403-408
    The operation characteristics of electric propulsion devices which utilize
    Hall effect have been generalized. The electrostatic acceleration is enhanced
    by thermoelectric effect; an ion kinetic energy can be higher than that
    associated with the electrostatic potential. Depending on the extent of this
    effect, there exist two acceleration modes, an electrostatic and an
    electrostatic/electrothermal hybrid one, the latter characterized by low  
    voltage.
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     ABSTRACTS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY:

     vol. 12 (1991)p.572   Abstract *91T-81-200  by  Alexander Abian:
           "The inertia of Time and the energy spent on moving Time forward"

     vol. 13 (1992)p.344   Abstract *92T-81-79   by  Alexander Abian:
           "The universal Time"

     vol. 15 (1994)p.437   Abstract *94T-81-92   by  Alexander Abian
           "Time has inertia. Equivalence of Time and mass"

     vol. 15 (1994)p.585   Abstract *94T-81-164  by  Alexander Abian
           "Time has inertia. Equivalence of Time and mass. How to 
            measure the mass of Time"
    _____________________________________________________________________________

    Look up a paper published by Miguel Alcubierre in Classical and Quantum 
    Gravity 11 (1994) pp. L73-L77.  It's titled "The Warp-Drive:  Hyper-Fast 
    Travel within General Relativity". If you can follow a lot of math (or at 
    least the gist of it) it is fascinating.
    -Ian McBride

    "The Warp drive: hyper-fast travel within general relativity"
     by: Miguel Alcubierre
             Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Wales,
             College of Cardiff, PO Box 913, Cardiff CFI 3YB, UK
                
             Article taken from the May 1994 issue of "Classical and
             Quantum Gravity", a scientific magazine wich you are not
             likely to find at your local newsagent.
                
    ABSTRACT. It is shown how, within the framework of general relativity and
    without the introduction of wormholes, it is possible to modify a spacetime
    in a way that allows a spaceship to travel with an arbitarily large speed.
    By a purely local expansion of spacetime behind the spaceship and an
    opposite contraction in front of it, motion faster than the speed of light
    as seen by observers outside the disturbed region is possible. The
    resulting distortion is reminicent of the 'warp drive' of science fiction.
    However, just as happens with wormholes, exotic matter will be needed in
    order to generate a distortion of spacetime like the one discussed here.
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           for Space Drive Info, Files, and graphics.

       Correy, Lee, STAR DRIVER, Del Ray Books, New York, 1976,  # 28994
               (Fiction)

       Clarke, Arthur C., PROFILES OF THE FUTURE, Bantam Books, New York
               1964, # H2734, pp. 46-6O, 235

       Clarke, Arthur C., RENDEVOUS WITH RAMA, Ballantine Books New York
               1974, # 24175, pp. 113-4, 2O7-8, 265-6 (Fiction)

       Davis, William O., Jr.,  "The Fourth Law Of Motion,"  ANALOG, May
              1962, pp. 83-1O4

       Dean, Norman L., "System For Converting Rotary Motion Into
             Unidirectional Motion," (Dean Drive) U.S. Patent # 2,886,976

       Electric Spacecraft Journal, 73 Sunlight Dr, Leicester, NC 28748,
                704.683.0313 Voice / 704.683.3511 FAX / 615.952.5638 BBS
                Published since 1991, Quarterly, Subscription Rate: $24/Yr
                (Only U.S. publication dedicated to Space Drives R&D)

        Forward, Robert L., "Spin Drive To The Stars,"  ANALOG, Apr 1981,
                 pp. 64-7O

        Harrison, Harry,  THE DALETH EFFECT,  Berkley SF Books, New York,
                  1977, # S188O, (Fiction)

        Kidd, Alexander D. (Aka Sandy), "Gyroscopic Apparatus",
                    U.S.  Patent # 5,O24,112

        Pournelle, Jerry, A STEP FARTHER OUT, Ace Books, New York, 1983,
                   #78586, pp.  17O-187, 229-238

        Sellings, Arthur,   THE QUY EFFECT,  Berkley SF Books,  New York,
                  1967, # X135O, (Fiction)

        Stine, G. Harry, "Detesters, Phasers, and Dean Drives," ANALOG,
               Jun 1976, pp.  68-8O

        Thornson, Brandson R., "Apparatus For Developing A Propulsive
                  Force," U.S.  Patent # 4,631,971

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      AUTHOR:     Terletskii, IAkov Petrovich, 1912-
                     Paradoksy teorii otnositelnosti. Russian/English
      TITLE:      Paradoxes in the theory of relativity, by Yakov P.
                     Terletskii. With a foreword by Banesh Hoffmann.
      PUBL.:      New York, Plenum Press, 1968
      NOTES:      Translation of Paradoksy teorii otnositelnosti.
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