Common Sense Science Papers

Common Sense Science offers a number of related papers for purchase. All prices include the cost of reproduction and mailing. Single copies of papers are provided free upon request.

A Classical Foundation for Electrodynamics
Item CR1


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A Classical Foundation for Electrodynamics, by T. G. Barnes, R. R. Pemper, and H. L. Armstrong (1977). So-called "relativistic effects" of high velocity charges are explained by physical mechanisms instead of Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity. Reprint from Creation Research Society Journal, Vol. 14, No. 1. 8 pages.


 

Spinning Charged Ring Model of Elementary Particles
Item GE2


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Spinning Charged Ring Model of Elementary Particles, by David L. Bergman (1992). Shows how the same ring model of the electron is successful for the proton, positron, and antiproton. 3 pages.


 

Charged Ring Model of Elementary Particles: A Controversy
Item GE3


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Charged Ring Model of Elementary Particles: A Controversy, by Arnold G. Gulko and David L. Bergman (1993). These "letters to the editor" were published as an article because the editor recognized new explanations in fundamental physics. 3 pages.


 
A Physical Model for Atoms and Nuclei
Item GE4


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A Physical Model for Atoms and Nuclei, by Joseph Lucas (1996). A science paper that explains the physical structure of the atom based on combinatorial geometry and magnetic properties of electrons and protons. 10 pages.

 

New Spinning Charged Ring Model of the Electron
Item TC1


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New Spinning Charged Ring Model of the Electron, by David L. Bergman (1992). A conference presentation of item GE1, Spinning Charged Ring Model of Electron Yielding Anomalous Magnetic Moment. An explanation for non-physicists of how the ring model leads to the measured characteristics of the electron. 7 pages.


 

The Stable Elementary Particles
Item TC2


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The Stable Elementary Particles, by David L. Bergman (1992). A conference presentation of item GE2. The spinning charged ring model is successful for all four of the stable charged particles. 5 pages.