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Inertial mass and the quantum vacuum fields
Bernard Haisch, Alfonso Rueda & York Dobyns, Annalen der Physik, in press (2000).

Excision of Singularities by Stringy Domain Walls
Renata Kallosh, Thomas Mohaupt & Marina Shmakova (2000).

Partial Renormalization of the Stress Tensor Four-Point Function in N=4 SYM and AdS/CFT
B. Eden, A. Petkou, C. Schubert, E. Sokatchev, submitted to Nucl. Phys. B (2000).

Gravitational Energy-Momentum in the Tetrad and Quadratic Spinor Representations of General Relativity
R. S. Tung and J. M. Nester, in Proc. Vigier III Symp. (Aug. 21-25, 2000, U. C. Berkeley), Kluwer Acad. Press, in press.

The dipolar zero-modes of Einstein action: An informal summary with some new issues
Giovanni Modanese, in Proc. Vigier III Symp. (Aug. 21-25, 2000, U. C. Berkeley), Kluwer Acad. Press, in press.

Inertial mass and vacuum fluctuations in quantum field theory
Giovanni Modanese, Amer. J. Physics, submitted.

The Paradox of Virtual Dipoles in the Einstein Action
Giovanni Modanese, Phys. Rev. D, 62, 087502 (2000).

Large "Dipolar" Vacuum Fluctuations in Quantum Gravity
Giovanni Modanese, Vol. 588, 419 (2000).

The Case for Inertia as a Vacuum Effect: a Reply to Woodward and Mahood
Y. Dobyns, A. Rueda & B.Haisch, Foundations of Physics, Vol. 30, No. 1, 59 (2000).
(NOTE This paper discusses the differences between the quantum vacuum approach to inertia and a Machian approach.)

On the relation between a zero-point-field-induced inertial effect and the Einstein-de Broglie formula
B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Physics Letters A, 268, 224, (2000).

 

Earlier Scientific Publications on SED and Inertia


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Toward an Interstellar Mission: Zeroing in on the Zero-Point-Field Inertia Resonance
B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-2000), Conference on Enabling Technology and Required Developments for Interstellar Missions, Amer. Inst. Phys. Conf. Publ. 504, p. 1047 (2000).

Electromagnetic Zero Point Field as Active Energy Source in the Intergalactic Medium
A. Rueda, H. Sunahata and B. Haisch, 35th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, AIAA paper 99-2145, (1999).

Progess in Establishing a Connection Between the Electromagnetic Zero-Point Field and Inertia
B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Space Technology and Applications International Forum-99, American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings 458, Mohammed S. El-Genk, ed., p. 988 (1999).

Inertial Mass Viewed as Reaction of the Vacuum to Accelerated Motion
A. Rueda and B. Haisch, Proc. NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop, NASA/CP-1999-208694, p. 65 (1999).

The Zero-Point Field and the NASA Challenge to Create the Space Drive
B. Haisch and A. Rueda, Proc. NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Workshop, NASA/CP-1999-208694, p. 55 (1999).

Advances in the Proposed Electromagnetic Zero-Point Field Theory of Inertia
B. Haisch, A. Rueda and H. E. Puthoff, 34th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE AIAA Joint Propulsion Conference, AIAA paper 98-3143, (1998).

Contribution to inertial mass by reaction of the vacuum to accelerated motion
A. Rueda & B. Haisch, Foundations of Physics, Vol. 28, No. 7, pp. 1057-1108 (1998).

Inertial mass as reaction of the vacuum to acccelerated motion
A. Rueda & B. Haisch, Phys. Letters A, vol. 240, No. 3, pp. 115-126, (1998).

An Electromagnetic Basis for Inertia and Gravitation: What are the Implications for 21st Century Physics and Technology
B. Haisch & A. Rueda, CP-420, Space Technology and Applications International Forum (M. S.El-Genk, ed), DOE Conf. 960103, American Inst. of Physics, p. 1443 (1998).

The Zero-Point Field and Inertia
B. Haisch and A. Rueda, in "Causality and Locality in Modern Physics," G. Hunter, S. Jeffers & J.-P. Vigier (eds.), Kluwer Acad. Publ., pp. 171-178, (1998).

Electromagnetic Vacuum and Inertial Mass
A. Rueda and B. Haisch, in "Causality and Locality in Modern Physics," G. Hunter, S. Jeffers & J.-P. Vigier (eds.), Kluwer Acad. Publ., pp. 179-186, (1998).

Physics of the Zero-Point-Field: Implications for Inertia, Gravitation and Mass
B. Haisch, A. Rueda & H.E. Puthoff, Speculations in Science & Technology, Vol. 20, pp. 99114, (1997).

Reply to Michel's "Comment on Zero-Point Fluctuations and the Cosmological Constant"
B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Astrophys. J., 488, 563, (1997).

Quantum and classical statistics of the electromagnetic zero-point-field
M. Ibison & B. Haisch, Physical Review A, 54, pp. 2737-2744, (1996).

Instability in Astrophysical Plasmas and the Formation of Cosmic Voids
A. Rueda, B. Haisch & D.C. Cole, Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 445, pp. 7-16 (1995).

Inertia as a zero-point-field Lorentz force
B. Haisch, A. Rueda & H.E. Puthoff, Physical Review A, Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. 678694 (1994).

 

Popular Level Articles

Inertia: Does Empty Space Put Up the Resistance?
R. Matthews, Science, Vol. 263, pp. 612-613 (1994).

Unbearable Lightness: A new theory may explain why objects tend to stay put
C. S. Powell, Scientific American, Vol. 270, No. 5 (May), pp. 30-31 (1994).

Beyond E=mc2
B. Haisch, A. Rueda & H.E. Puthoff, The Sciences, Vol. 34, No. 6, November / December, pp. 26-31 (1994).

A Quantum Broom Sweeps Clean
B. Haisch & A. Rueda, Mercury (The magazine of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific), Vol. 25, No. 2, March/April, pp. 12-15 (1996).

Nothing Like a Vacuum
Robert Matthews, New Scientist, 25 February 1995.

Brilliant Disguise: Light, Matter and the Zero-Point Field
B. Haisch, Science and Spirit, September 1999, pp. 30-31

Inertia Theory Magic Roundabout: Paul Davies on the Meaning of Mach's Principle
Paul Davies, The Guardian, 9/22/94

 


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