Recent articles and videos

Articles in magazines

April 22, 2024, NPR (Audio), Larry M. Silverberg. Why does the field concept in modern physics make sense

December 1, 2023, The conversation, Larry M. Silverberg. Bringing clasical physics into the modern world with Galileo’s leaning tower of Pisa experiment

December 9, 2020, The conversation, Larry M. Silverberg. Fragments of energy – not particles or waves – may be the fundamental building blocks of the universe

January 23, 2019, The conversation, Larry M. Silverberg. Women are better then men at the free throw line

March 1, 2018, The Conversation, Larry M. Silverberg. The math behind the perfect free throw

Articles in archival journals

Larry M. Silverberg and Jeffrey W. Eischen (2023) “Spacecraft’s trajectory when it passes by a gravitational body during interstellar travel,” J. Spacecraft and rockets, Published in advance online on 8 September 2023, DOI:10.2514/1.A35684 (PDF)

Larry M. Silverberg and Jeffrey W. Eischen (2021) “Theory of spacetime impetus,” J. Physics Essays 34, 4, p. 548-563, DOI: 10.4006/0836-1398-34.4.548 (PDF)

Larry M. Silverberg and Jeffrey W. Eischen (2020) “On a new field theory formulation and a space-time adjustment that predict the same precession of Mercury and the same bending of light as general relativity,” J. Physics Essays 33, 4, p. 489-512, DOI: 10.4006/0836-1398-33.4.489 (PDF)


December 4, 2022, Gabriel Chenevert. Voyager II: A unique opportunity

December 4, 2022, Victor J. Hugo. How does light bend?

November 29, 2022, Fernanda D’Agostini Barsanti. Gravitational lensing: Finding the morning star

November 9, 2021, Noah Gassner. The concept of impetus: a new twist on an old idea

April 20, 2021, Ricky Puyana. Particles and waves are not the fundamentals building blocks of our universe | modern theory of impetus

November 28, 2020, Ricky Puyana. The fragment: the primitive stuff from which everything originates

May 26, 2021, Marley Cook. Go with the flow

May 31, 2021, Alex Gellios. On spacetime impetus

December, 1993, Larry M. Silverberg. Space shuttle experiment 2: callibration of ground-based radar to see incoming intercontinental missiles