## 160 Citations

On the Existence of Gauge Functions for Space-Like Separations

- Physics
- 2017

So one of Jackson ́s aims in [1] is to show a whole class of gauge functions for several gauge conditions. The other aim was to prove that whatever the gauge conditions imposed on the Maxwell ́s…

Mind and Tachyons: Mind-Body Interactive Dualism

- Psychology
- 2015

Following on the observation in Vedanta that mind is restless and faster than matter, we propose that memory and thought in the brain involve tachyons. Although experiments to detect…

Uma introdução à teoria dos táquions

- Philosophy
- 2012

The theory of relativity, which was proposed in the beginning of the 20th century, applies to particles and frames of reference whose velocity is less than the velocity of light. In this paper we…

An Introduction to the Theory of Tachyons

- Philosophy
- 2011

The theory of relativity, which was proposed in the beginning of the 20th century, applies to particles and frames of reference whose velocity is less than the velocity of light. In this paper we…

Tachyons, Quanta, and Chaos

- Physics
- 2001

It is shown using numerical simulation that classical charged tachyons have several features normally thought to be unique to quantum mechanics. Spin-like self-orbiting helical motions are shown to…

Slower-than-Light Spin-1/2 Particles Endowed with Negative Mass Squared

- Physics
- 1997

Extending in a straightforward way the standard Dirac theory, we study a quantum mechanical wave equation describing free spinning particles — which we propose to call Pseudotachyons (PT's) — which…

Fully Symmetric Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Its Physical Implications

- Physics
- 2021

A new formulation of relativistic quantum mechanics is presented and applied to a free, massive, and spin zero elementary particle in the Minkowski spacetime. The reformulation requires that time and…

The existence of superluminal particles is consistent with relativistic dynamics

- PhysicsJ. Appl. Log.
- 2014

On a Scale Invariant Model of Statistical Mechanics, Kinetic Theory of Ideal Gas, and Riemann Hypothesis

- Physics
- 2012

A scale invariant model of statistical mechanics is applied to derive invariant forms of conservation equations. A modified form of Cauchy stress tensor for fluid is presented that leads to modified…

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- Physics
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SummaryThe orthodox models devised to explain the apparent «superluminal expansions» observed in astrophysics—and here briefly summarized and discussed together with the experimental data—do not seem…

Valence quark effects in beam remnants in high Et proton-proton collisions at s=27.4 GeV

- Physics
- 1986

An extended theory of relativity in a six-dimensional manifold

- Physics
- 1985

The present paper develops arguments for the need to formulate the basic theories of physics in terms of a six-dimensional manifold, as opposed to the four-dimensional space-time continuum of…

Bell’s theorem and the foundations of quantum physics

- Philosophy, Physics
- 1985

A locality property expressing the idea that causal influences can propagate only forward in time, from earlier cause to later effect, and no faster than light is shown to be mathematically…

Generation of new electromagnetic fields in six-dimensional special relativity

- Physics
- 1985

SummaryNew electromagnetic fields arise in six-dimensional relativity because a gradient operator is defined with respect to the three time co-ordinates. These fields, defined previously, consist of…

Massive narrow resonance solutions of strongly coupled relativistic particles: a mechanism of mass generation

- Physics
- 1985

By explicit solutions of the relativistic wave equation corresponding to strong singular (nonrenormalizable) magnetic dipole interactions, we show how very massive almost stable reonances, as well as…

Proof of a quantum mechanical nonlocal influence

- Physics
- 1985

First it is proved that, in a deterministic theory, Malus' law requires that, if a photon is successively transmitted by two polarizers with appropriately chosen settings, the first transmission…

Quantum mechanics from self-interaction

- Physics
- 1985

We explore the possibility thatzitterbewegung is the key to a complete understanding of the Dirac theory of electrons. We note that a literal interpretation of thezitterbewegung implies that the…