Agenda

All presentations will be held in English.

For guests who need the service of an interpreter from English to Czech language, please contact: conference@science21.cz to receive further information.

Thursday, 17th

19:00 – 21:00Welcome DrinkWelcome Drink

Friday, 18th

Chairs: Morning: Arto Annila, Afternoon: Ray Fleming

9:00 – 9:15Karel JanečekWelcome: Science and Society in 21st century
Karel Janeček
Chair:
A. Annila
9:15 – 10:15Jan RakRelativity in the Large Hadron Collider Era
Jan Rak
10:15 – 11:15Andre K. T. AssisWeber’s Electrodynamics and His Planetary Model of the Atom
Andre K. T. Assis
11:15 – 11:35coffe breakcoffe break
11:35 – 12:35Michal KřížekDo Einstein’s equations describe reality well?
Michal Křížek
12:35 – 13:25Georgi ShpenkovDiscovery of the wave nature of gravitation
Georgi Shpenkov
13:25 – 14:25LunchLunch
Chair:
R. Fleming
14:25 – 15:15Daniel PoelzleithnerRelativity in the Basic Structures of Matter – Supergravition Unified Theory model
Daniel Poelzleithner
15:15 – 16:05Jan RakRelativity in the Large Hadron Colider Era part II
Jan Rak
16:05 – 16:25coffe breakcoffe break
16:25 – 17:25Arto AnnilaRevival of Realism: Physics beneath Modeling
Arto Annila
17:25 – 18:25Louis RancourtHarnessing gravity energy using light
Louis Rancourt

Saturday, 19th

Chairs: Morning: Walter Babin, Afternoon: Michal Křížek

Chair:
W. Babin
9:00 – 10:00Andre K. T. AssisRelational Mechanics
Andre K. T. Assis
10:00 – 10:50Kjell PrytzWeber´s Force in Electrodynamics and Gravitation
Kjell Prytz
10:50 – 11:10coffe breakcoffe break
11:10 – 12:10Hartmut MüllerOn the cosmological significance of scaling and superluminality
Hartmut Müller
12:10 – 13:00Athanassios NassikasOn a Magnetic Self-Propulsion and a Physics as a Possible Theorem
Athanassios Nassikas
13:00 – 14:30LunchLunch
Chair:
M. Křížek
14:30 – 15:20Huping HuExperimental Evidence of Nonlocal Gravitational Effect & Nature of Gravity
Huping Hu
15:20 – 16:10Alexander UnzickerOn the current state of fundamental physics
Alexander Unzicker
16:10 – 16:30coffe breakcoffe break
16:30 – 17:30Robert Neil BoydContinuous Creation/Dis-Creation of Matter and Energy
in an Infinite Volume, Constantly Equilibriating Universe
Robert Neil Boyd
17:30 – 18:30Tomas KosumberskyHow can economics help us better understand the universe?
Tomas Kosumbersky
19:00 – 22:00Conference Dinner & ConcertConference Dinner & Concert

Conference Dinner & Concert for invited guests, registration at the Information Desk

Sunday, 20th

Chairs: Morning: Andre K. T. Assis, Afternoon: Paul a. LaViolette

Chair:
A. Assis
9:00 – 10:00Reiner ZiefleThe theory of special and general relativity is illogical in many respects. A paradigm shift based on a new explanation of the propagation properties of light is postulated.
Reiner Ziefle
10:00 – 10:50Cyrus Master-KhodabakhshUsing Newtonian mechanics and the concept of ether to achieve same results as SR but without contradictions and paradoxes
Cyrus Master-Khodabakhsh
10:50 – 11:10coffe breakcoffe break
11:10 – 12:00Akira Kanda, Mihai PrunescuSymmetric twin paradox and first order logic for the Special Theory of Relativity
Logical Analysis of Relativity Theory
The Ghost of Modality in Quantum Physics
Lost in Mathematics: Quantum Field Theory
Akira Kanda, Mihai Prunescu
12:00 – 12:50Akira Kanda, Mihai PrunescuSymmetric twin paradox and first order logic for the Special Theory of Relativity
Logical Analysis of Relativity Theory
The Ghost of Modality in Quantum Physics
Lost in Mathematics: Quantum Field Theory
Akira Kanda, Mihai Prunescu
12:50 – 14:20LunchLunch
Chair:
J. Rak
14:20 – 15:10Alexander CarotHistory and Discussion of Group-Velocity-Based FTL Research
Alexander Carot
15:10 – 16:00Cameron Rebigsol Newton’s Gravitational Equation― from Empirical Observation to Theoretical Derivation
Cameron Rebigsol
16:00 – 16:20coffe breakcoffe break
16:20 – 17:10Volodymyr KrasnoholovetsThe phenomenon of gravity in the framework of the submicroscopic approach
Volodymyr Krasnoholovets
17:10 – 18:00Peter SujakEpistemological Deformities in Relativity and Quantum Mechanics
Peter Sujak

Monday, 21th

Chair: Jan Rak

Chair:
J. Rak
9:00 – 10:00Slobodan NedicKeplers equation and angular momentum
Historical Perspective, Critical Analysis and Implications for Developments in Mechanics and Physics
Slobodan Nedic
10:00 – 10:50Libor NeumannGravity – state of the art: where is the border between
experimentally proven knowledge and the unknown?
Libor Neumann
10:50 – 11:10coffe breakcoffe break
11:10 – 12:00Ray FlemingThe physical constants as properties of the self-regulating quantum field
Ray Fleming
12:00 – 12:50Walter BabinThe Unified Field Theory
Walter Babin
12:50 – 13:40Walter Jenkins (Skype Talk)H2 Global announces a breakthrough in clean energy: CUBE Technology
Walter Jenkins (Skype Talk)
13:40Lunch and AdjourLunch and Adjour

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