INTERESTING PHYSICS LINK

  1. Journal Of Theoretics,

  2. Robert Neil Boyd Physics Pages and his General Physics Pages,

  3. Nils Rognerud Electrogravityphysics,

  4. Bruce Harvey Physics Pages,

  5. S.N. Arteha antidogma,

  6. Stefan Marinov: In Memmoriam, Inventor,

  7. Maxwell antenna,

  8. Einstein hoax,

  9. Autodynamics,

  10. Jorge Guala-Valverde: Experimental verification of M hypothesis - movie and photo gallery. Experiment is performed by Jorge Guala-Valverde,

  11. Boomerang group,

  12. Bruce DePalma Web Page,

  13. Meno,

  14. Mpemba effect, This effect is clear proof that water actually has memory and it is interesting that Heavy Water allegedly is not affected by this phenomenon and the microwave oven also allegedly cannot heat heavy water, then eukaryotes cannot multiply their cells when they are immersed in heavy water which acts as cytostatic, and that all further imply that the water itself may be the missing container for the big volume of biological information whose are not stored anywhere in DNA. Heavy water's ice also does not float on top.

  15. Mariano G. Ambou Physics Pages,

  16. Eric Reiter's Unquantum site,

  17. Royal Rife site (commercial Rife microscope),

  18. Nikola Tesla work,

  19. Jorge Guala-Valverde: Experimental verification of M hypothesis - movie and photo gallery. Experiment is performed by Jorge Guala-Valverde,

  20. Cartan's Corner,

  21. Caroline Thompson's Physics,

  22. Time Lord page about Relativity,

  23. Secrets of the Aether,

  24. Alexandar Vukelja's masstheory.org,

  25. Milan R. Pavlovic: EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RELATIVITY SCIENTIFIC THEORY OR ILLUSION,

  26. Ph. M. Kanarev: THE FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSCHEMISTRY OF MICRO WORLD,

  27. B. Petrovic: HERTZIAN ELECTRODYNAMICS,

  28. Bourabai Research,

  29. Thomas Smid Web Pages,

  30. Relativity pages of USNW (The University of New South Wales Sydney, Canberra, Australia),

  31. Modern Relativity by David Waite.



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