I just received my proof copy of Infinite Energy Magazine volume 12, issue 69. The editors did a fine job of presenting our paper, A New Foundation for Physics. However, I was much more pleased with the other articles and authors in the magazine.
The article immediately preceeding ANFP was written by Dr. Cynthia Kolb Whitney, a very qualified physicist and mathematician from MIT. Her article is titled, "Is Optical Detection of Linear Velocity Possible?" She systematically reveals four specific experiments, which do not support Einstein's Special Relativity Theory, and also points out a valid complaint about Einstein specifically excluding acceleration of the coordinate system from his theory. By excluding acceleration, he excluded the rotation of the coordinate system, which means that any experiment performed on the surface of the Earth is effectively disqualified, thus making SRT untestable.
What is really exciting is that Dr. Whitney's article primes the reader's interest in an Aether theory, which is followed immediately by the Aether Physics Model.
I am even more excited by the fact that I personally discussed the Aether Physics Model briefly with Dr. Whitney at the Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory conference in London, last week. I had no idea her article would precede our article in the same issue. In her presentation at the conference, she mentioned a decades old hypothesis that the photon always maintains a connection to its source. The Aether Physics Model reveals this exact same photon structure, that the photon always remains connected to its source, and this connection is quantified by the Compton function of 1-cos(theta).
I really have to hand it to Christy Frazier, the managing editor of Infinite Energy Magazine, for putting together a well synchronized issue.
I'm now looking forward to reading the rest of the magazine. BTW, the magazine's web site is http://www.infinite-energy.com/.