It is clear to me that some people are unable or unwilling to accept facts, even if they dance around naked in front of them. When confronted by solid scientific evidence that goes against one’s beliefs, people tend to experience a type of** cognitive dissonance** that leaves them paralyzed and blind to facts. So instead of embracing the possibility that things might exist outside our own limited knowledge and understanding of the world, that person resorts to personal insults and fake claims.

It also happens that when certain truths are revealed, the concerned troll will try to attack and discredit the evidence, however, they can never discredit the evidence itself, just attack the person or persons involved.

**The concerned troll**

While I will talk about a specific individual, the approach of trolling and trying to discredit somebody is basically the same every time somebody either suffers from cognitive dissonance or simply doesn’t want the truth to come out to light.

There I was having a friendly conversation on Twitter about **invisible entities**, more commonly known as ghosts, spirits, demons, angels, etc. When this person jumped in and started attacking a few of us for no reason at all (none of us have ever interacted with this person before).

I wasted some valuable time with this individual that simply does not want to accept the fact that there might exist multiple realities besides our visible, four-dimensional-matter world.

What’s interesting is that there seem to be certain patterns that are easy to spot. For instance, when you have made over** 31 000 Tweets** but managed to only gain **259 follower**s, it is obvious that nobody values your opinion. Let’s compare profiles.

I provided this individual with a link to an article I previously made about Marina Abramovic where I spoke of such entities.

Here is a breakdown of the simple discrediting steps.

**Step 1- Insult somebody and make false assumptions**

The first step, of course, is **to insult** me and call my research fake without reading any of it or any of the attached sources. Notice also along these attacks are false assumptions, that he keeps spewing without any basis for them. The first one of them being that I have no knowledge of science, the scientific community or how peer-reviewed system works. This is actually not true, I have studied a range of sciences extensively over the years, and I actually used some of those sciences in previous employment. But Mr. Concerned Troll here doesn’t know that. He just assumes that I am uneducated simply because he is.

The second assumption is that I am a **‘flat earther**‘, i.e. I believe the Earth is flat. I have never in my life made such claim and in fact, I do not believe the Earth to be flat. Funnily enough, I have previously posted (look at the dates) memes about Flat Earth.

Keep noticing that he cannot make one single argument about the research papers I provided him.

**Step 2: Discredit the publishing company**

Once more, without basis, he assumed that I have not come across the many issues facing open source platforms. This particular open source platform where the paper was published goes by the name of **Science Publishing Group**.

While it is true that concerns can be expressed about many such open sources, none of the articles have to do with Mr. **Ruggero Maria Santilli** or his findings of **Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ETI)**.

His first link is an article in The Guardian, which actually talks about “predatory (tactics in), open-access publishers”. But the article does not mention Science Publishing Group at all, not Mr. Santilli.

The same article provides divided opinions on the issue from different sources, and states that “**Not every journal published by a predatory publisher is itself predatory, however**.”

The second article points to a private opinion piece written in 2012 by Martin R. In this piece, Marting simply discards the company that asked him to join him as an editor. It appears that back in 2012, this particular publishing company did not have an ‘editor-in-chief’ for the **Social Sciences Department** and this was the only argument for claiming it to be fake.

It is also fair to admit that when this company started, they appeared to have got hold of a large mailing list of worldwide scientists, and engaged in some massive spam emailing as a form of recruitment. It appears that a lot has changed since the youthful beginnings of this particular company. Because when I looked at 6 different random people from this link, they all seem to be real, verifiable individuals.

The third article Mr. Concerned Troll points out to yet another personal opinion written on Emerald City Journal, which, in itself, is nothing more than an **online newsletter** that publishes all sorts of contents, and are, by no means, any professionals in the scientific community.

This article points out a completely different paper published by that company, Not only the article does not prove or disprove the other paper, but simply claims that the company is based in Pakistan without giving evidence, and that is an obvious scam because when he called, a lady answered him with a Chinese accent. I guess only people with spotless American accents should be allowed to answer the phone.

The company does, in fact, appear in Google Maps. But even if it was based in Pakistan, I would still see no problem given that all it does is provide free, open source research in a variety of fields.

In the last article he provided, the claim is made that ALL the articles published there are junk based on a few cases of plagiarism.

While it is true that many issues (fake papers, plagiarism, etc) face open source platforms, the same issues do indeed happened in other, more established, more ‘respectable’ peer-reviewed journals. For instance, one of the top 10 Academic Publishers, Springer, had to retract more than 60 articles from 10 different journals. This isn’t an isolated incident either but happens in a lot of scientific journals. And it has to do with unscrupulous practices of few individuals, and with an outdated system that needs reform. It doesn’t have to do with the other thousands of individuals submitting real papers with real scientific data they have worked hard to obtain. Some people actually prefer to share their results freely rather put it behind a pay-wall for the sake of humanity and the advancement of knowledge.

At this point, because the same issues do happen in every side, the fact that Mr. Santilli decided to publish his paper in an open source platform so everybody could have access to it does not prove anything, nor does it discredit the paper, not Mr. Santilli.

**3-Discredit the man himself**

Since the above point is very flaky (even he might have realized that), the next step is to provide an attack on Mr. Santilli himself.

Ruggerio Santilli, in his website, does have a select list of his accomplishments throughout his career. It is obvious that whoever wrote or edited the website wasn’t all too familiar with locations. In fact, Mr Concern Troll says that this does not exist, despite photographic evidence.

And as it turns out, there is an Orléans in France, and there is, in fact, a University of Orleans.

What’s more, I found this **civil lawsuit from 1992** that clearly states that said nomination was made by the Estonia Academy of Sciences, and the award was presented to Santilli at the University of Orleans, France, where the ceremony took place in 1982. Since it is a very serious issue to lie in court and/or related proceedings, I wonder why would Mr. Santilli make up those claims, and why is it that he hasn’t been sued yet.

The next he tries to discredit is the ‘European Society of Computational Methods in Science and Engineering’. Since he obviously doesn’t know how to locate things, this too is also fake.

According to Mr. Concerned Troll, the fact that a European Society hosts an International conference is somehow proof enough that Mr. Santilli’s credentials are fake and the man needs to be discredited.

First of all, there is, in fact, a **European Society of Computational Methods in Science and Engineering. **This is the old website. Here and here are details of the international conferences they hold.

But as it happens, in Mr. Santilli’s website there is plenty of photographic evidence to suggest the event took place. Including photographic evidence of the award itself.

Quoting from Santilli’s website itself:

PROF. SANTILLI RECEIVES THE HIGHEST DISTINCTION OF HONORARY FELLOW OF THE

EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERINGFOR

“His outstanding contribution in the field of Applied Mathematics.”

The Award was granted during the formal dinner of the 2011 International Conference of the SocietyCNAAM 2011, G-Hotels, Halkidiki, Greece, 19-25 September 2011

for which prof. Santilli had been an invited speaker to present his mathematics under the title

An introduction to the novel iso-, geno-, and hyper-mathematics for matter and their isoduals for antimatter.

The award was **granted during the formal dinner of the 2011 International Conference of the Society CNAAM 2011, G-Hotels, Halkidiki, Greece, 19-25 September 2011**

Should one click on the above-mentioned website, and find the archives for 2011, it does indeed show that Mr. Santilli was there. Not only this, the very same website specifies that events are organized by a company that goes by the name of **REGALSCOPE LIMITED**.

Regaloscope limited is simply a company that organizes events in Greece. Given that the event was in Greece, and the ceremony was also in Greece, what exactly is the issue about a Greek company organizing it?

At this point, Mr. Concerned Troll is left with nothing more than a passive-aggressive Tweet in his timeline that only shows that he has not bothered to verify a single claim. And of course, more attacks.

He was not able to disprove Santilli’s paper at any point, not the evidence provided by the FBI itself in 1947 that shows, in fact, that such invisible and/or inter-dimensional entities do exist.

It is obvious that Mr. Concerned Troll is suffering from major Cognitive Dissonance at this point. Or perhaps is getting paid to shill on information the ‘Establishment’ doesn’t want to become public. His claim that the awards don’t exist is also bogus.

A very comprehensive list of Santilli’s achievements can be found here. Surprisingly, with photographic evidence and links for most, if not all them.

**Ruggerio Maria Santilli -the man behind the awards**

Besides his many contributions to the scientific community (including discoveries, inventions and patents), and his many awards; it is interesting to point out that Mr. Santilli has worked for NASA and D.O.E. (Department of Energy), with the specify contract numbers: ER-78-S-02-47420.A000, AS02-78ER04742, DE-ACO2-80ER10651, DE-ACO2-80ER-10651.A001, and DE-ACO2-80ER10651.A002).

The outcomes of said contracts can be summarized with this particular publication:

Santilli has been proposed for a **Nobel Prize** in no less than **17 occasions**. 13 times he was nominated for a **Nobel Prize in Physics** and 4 times for a **Nobel Prize in Chemistry**.

Every-day citizens or individuals cannot make nominations. The minimum requirement is that you have to be at least a university professor. In fact, according to the Nobel Peace Prize website, the nominations can be made only by:

**Here is a full list of his nominations:**

A detailed nomination of Prof. Santilli by a British scientist who wishes to remain anonymous

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A nomination of Prof. Santilli by a U. S. professor of physics who wishes to remain anonymous

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 1992, comprehensive, 100 pages long nomination of Prof. Santilli by **A. Jannussis,** Professor of Physics at the University of Patras, Greece

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 1998 detailed nomination by a member of “International Committee for the Nobel Prize Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli” who wishes to remain anonymous

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 1998 inspiring nomination by the American-German scientist H. E. Wilhelm

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

A 2001 nomination by Prof. S. L. Kalla from the University of Kuwait, Kuwait

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

An important 2003 nomination by a known physicist from a known institution in Zurich, Switzerland

Nomination of prof. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2007 Nobel Prize in Physics

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics

First Open Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

Second Open Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

Third Open Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics

2016 Open Nomination of Prof. R. M. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Physics

**SAMPLES OF NOMINATIONS FOR THE NOBEL PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY
**

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2007 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Nomination of Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli for the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

2016 Open Nomination of Prof. R. M. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry I

2016 Open Nomination of Prof. R. M. Santilli for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, II

You can see a full list of Santilli’s awards here. I wonder if they are all lying. And why is it that no university or no other association has ever sued Mr. Santilli about the so-called ‘fake claims’.

Santilli is also responsible for the companies **MagneGas Corporation**, and **Thunder Energy Corporations**. There are some 20 patents (that I was able to locate) from these two companies. Santilli has worked and/or is mentioned in on most of them.

Below is a summary of Mr. Santilli’s career, and most of the peer-reviewed papers and monographs he has published during his lifetime.

So, when a man that has received numerous awards througout his career, including a knighthoods (Knights of **Malta, Cross of St Agata**); a man that has in fact worked for **NASA** and the **Department of Energy**; a man that has been nominated in no less than **17** different occasions for a **Nobel Prize** in various fields of science; when such a man decides that he has had enough of the ‘Politics in Academia,’ and publishes his work in an open source platform so everybody can access it, I pay attention. Given his impressive career, I would pay attention even if he wrote his findings on a piece of toilet paper.

I guess when you are a fraud, you get to meet all these people and receive all these fake awards:

**Santilli’s Teaching career**

Santilli taught the following courses:

l962-l965

Several courses of Prep. Physics, Mathematics, and Electrodynamics at the San Secondo Institute, Turin, Italy

l965-l967

Assistant to Wataghin’s Chair in Physics, University of Turin, Italy, and

Taught Atomic and Nuclear Physics, Avogadro Institute, Turin, Italy

l967-l976

Taught at the Department of Physics at Boston University Boston, MA:

**Undergraduate Courses:**

- Physics without Calculus
- Physics with Calculus
- Undergraduate Mechanics

**Graduate Courses:**

- Advanced Classical Mechanics
- Advanced Quantum Mechanics
- Advanced Quantum Field Theory
- Mathematical Methods in Theoretical Physics
- High Energy Hadron Physics

**Seminar /post Ph.D. Courses:**

- Lie’s Theory
- Differential Geometry
- Topology
- Calculus of Variations
- Theory of Systems with Constraints

1978-1979

Taught the following seminar course at Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University:

The Inverse Problem of Newtonian Mechanics and Field Theory (conditions of variational selfadjointness and Birkhoffian mechanics)

l980-l990

Taught brief seminar courses on various topics in the USA and Europe, and

Supervisor of Ph. D. Theses in various institutions

Spring-l992

Taught a brief seminar course on

- The Isotopies of Contemporary Algebras, Geometries and Mechanics, at Mathematical Institute G. Castelnuovo, University of Rome, Italy
- Depts of Physics and Mathematics, Univ. of Bari, Italy
- Mathematics Department, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
- Depts of Physics and Mathematics, University of Patras, Patras, Greece
- Mathematics Department, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece
- Theoretical Physics Division, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
- JINR, Dubna, Russia
- Universities of Jasi and Constanta, Rumania

1992-present

Taught advanced post-doctoral courses on New Mathematical Methods for Novel Treatments of Strong Interactions, Antimatter and Theoretical Biology at various institutions

**Santilli’s Academic and Industrial Affiliations**

l962-l965

Assistant Professor at the San Secondo Institute (prep. school), Turin, Italy

1965-l967

Teaching Fellow at the Department of Physics, University of Turin, Italy, and

Assistant Professor and Director, Department of the Nuclear Physics Institute, A. Avogadro, Turin, Italy

1966-1967

Visiting Scientist (summers) at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy

l967-l968

Visiting Scientist, Center for Theoretical Physics, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, USA, under contract with NASA and USAFOSR

l968-l970

Senior Research Associate at the Department of Physics, Boston University, Boston MA, under contract with USAFOSR

l970-l975

Assistant Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Boston University, Boston, MA

l975-l976 Associate Professor of Physics, Department of Physics, Boston University, Boston, MA

l976-l977 Visiting Scientist, Center for Theoretical Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

l977-l978

Honorary Research Fellow, Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

l978-l980

Senior Applied Mathematician at the Department of Mathematics, Harvard University as Principal Co-Investigator of DOE contracts

l980-present

Professor of Theoretical Physics and Applied Mathematics, President, The Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, MA

1992-1993

Visiting Professor, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia

1994-present

President, Istituto per la Ricerca di Base, Castello Principe Pignatelli, Monteroduni (Province of Isernia), Molise, Italy

1995-present

Honorary Professor of Physics, Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine

1998-present

Director of Research at U. S. Corporations in Florida

**Papers and Monographs published in peered-reviewed organizations**

**Monographs**

Santilli is the author of the following monographs:

[2] Group Theory and Symmetries of Elementary Particles, with G. Soliani, printed by the Inst. of Theor. Phys., Univ. of Turin., Italy, in Italian, notes from lectures and seminars for the Ph.D. degree (1965)

[3] Foundations of Theoretical Mechanics, Lyman Laboratory of Physics., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Volume I: The Inverse Problem in Newtonian Mechanics, in the series Text and Monographs in Physics, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany (1978)

[4] Lie-admissible Approach to the Hadronic Structure, Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Volume I: Nonapplicability of the Galilei and Einstein Relativities? In the series Monographs in Theoretical Physics, Hadronic Press, Palm Harbor, Florida (1978)

[5] Lie-admissible Approach to the Hadronic Structure, Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, MA, Volume II: Coverings of the Galilei and Einstein Relativities? In the series Monographs in Theoretical Physics, Hadronic Press, Palm Harbor, Florida (1981)

[6] Foundations of Theoretical Mechanics, Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, MA, Volume II: Birkhoffian Generalization of Hamiltonian Mechanics, In the series Text and Monographs in Physics, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany (1982)

[7] Il Grande Grido: Ethical Probe of Einstein’s Followers in the U. S. A. : An Insider’s View Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, MA, Alpha Publishing, Newtonville, MA (1984)

[8] Documentation of Il Grande Grido, Volumes I, II and III: Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, MA, Alpha Publishing, Newtonville, MA (1985)

[9] Isotopic Generalizations of Galilei and Einstein Relativities, Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL, Volume I: Mathematical Foundations, Hadronic Press, Palm Harbor, Florida (1991)

[10] Isotopic Generalizations of Galilei and Einstein Relativities, Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL, Volume II: Classical Formulations, Hadronic Press, Palm Harbor, Florida (1991)

[11] Elements of Hadronic Mechanics, The Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL Volume I: Mathematical Foundations Naukova Dumka, Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev (second edition 1995)

[12] Elements of Hadronic Mechanics, The Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL 1994 Volume II: Theoretical Foundations Naukova Dumka, Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev (second edition 1995)

[13] Foundations of Theoretical Conchology, with C.R. Illert Hadronic Press, Palm Harbor, Florida (1995)

[14] Isotopic, Genotopic and Hyperstructural Methods in Theoretical Biology, Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev (1996)

[15] The Physics of New Clean Energies and Fuels According to Hadronic Mechanics, Special issue of the Journal of New Energy, 318 pages (1999)

[16] Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry with Applications to New Clean Energies and Fuels, Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, Florida Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston-Dordrecht-London, 397 pages (2001)

Russian Translation avaiklable in pdf-zip format at

http://i-b-r.org/docs/sanrus.pdf.zip

[17] Iaodual Theory of Antimatter and its application to Antigravity, Grand Unifications and Cosmology, Instgitute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, Florida,m Springer, The Netherlands, in press

[18] Classical and Operator Isodual Theory of Antimatter, with Application to Antigravity, in preparation

[19] Elements of Hadronic Mechanics, Volume III:

Recent Advances, Experimental Verifications and Industrial Applications

The Institute for Basic Research, Palm Harbor, FL Applications and Experimental Verifications Naukova Dumka, Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev

Available in pdf-zippet format at http://www.i-b-r.org/Hadronic-Mechanics.htm

**Papers**

[20] Albert Einstein, Paper and lecture in Italian at the Liceo Scientifico (High School) in Agnone (Isernia), Italy (1952)

[21] On a possible elimination of the mass in atomic physics, in Italian, Phoenix 1, 222-227 (1955)

[22] Why space is rigid, in Italian, Pungolo Verde, Campobasso, Italy (1956)

[23] Foundations for a theory on the structure of the electron as a vibration of the aether, Univ. of Naples preprint, unpublished (1959)

[24] On the bonding of molecular chains with curvilinear potentials Research thesis for the Laurea in Physics, Univ. of Naples (1956)

[25] Connection between the complex Lorentz group with a real metric and the U(3.1) group Nuovo Cimento 44, 1284-1289 (l966)

[26] On the covariant SU(2.1) and SU(3.1) extensions of the SU(2) and SU(3) symmetries, in Italian, Ph.D. research thesis, Univ. of Turin, Italy (1966)

[27] Noncompact SU(3.1) extensions of the SU(3) symmetries, Nuovo Cimento 51, 89-107 (l967)

[28] A realization of the U(q.1) algebras in terms of quantum mechanical operators, Nuovo Cimento 51, 7488 (l967)

[29] Imbedding of Lie algebras in nonassociative structures, Nuovo Cimento 51, 570-576 (l967) Seminar given at the ICTP, Trieste, Italy.

Paper nominated by the Estonian Academy of Sciences (l989) as signaling the birth of Lie-admissible algebras in physics

[30] Causality groups of the S-matrix, Nuovo Cimento 55B, 578-586 (l968) Seminar delivered at the University of S. Carolina, Columbia

[31] Phase space symmetries of a relativistic plasma, Nuovo Cimento Vol. 56B, 323-326 (l968)

[32] Causality and relativistic plasma, contributed paper to a Coral Gable Conference, printed in Relativistic Plasma, O. Buneman and W. B. Pardo, Editors, Benjamin, New York pp. 33-40 (l968)

[33] Is the â¤|o a bound state of electrons at small distances? Preprint of the CTS, Univ. of Miami, Coral Gables, FL CTS-HE-68-7 (l968), unpublished (1968)

[34] Some remarks on causality, Contributed paper to Coral Gables Conference on Relativistic Plasma (l968)

[35] Flexible mutation algebras, Contributed paper to the Indiana Symposium on Analytic Methods in Mathematical Physics (l968)

[36] An Introduction to Lie-admissible Algebras, Center for Theoretical Studies, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL Supplemento al Nuovo Cimento 6, 1225-1249 (l968)

[37] Dissipativity and Lie-admissible algebras Meccanica Vol. 1, 3-11 (l969)

[38] A Lie-admissible model for dissipative plasma, with P. Roman Lettere Nuovo Cimento Vol. 2, 449-455 (l969)

[39] Causality restrictions on relativistic extensions of particle symmetries, with P. Roman Int. J. Theor. Phys. Vol. 2, 201-211 (l969)

[40] Causality restrictions and O’Rafeartaigh theorem, with P. Roman Contributed paper to APS meeting, Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc. Vol. 14, 502 (1969)

[41] Haag theorem and Lie-admissible algebras, Contributed paper to the l969 Conference at Indiana Univ., Bloomington, published in Analytic Methods in Mathematical Physics R.P. Gilbert and R.G.Newton, Editors, Gordon & Breach, New York, 511-529 (l970)

[42] Derivation of the PoincareÂ´ covariance from causality requirements in field theory, with P. Roman Int. J. Theor. Phys. Vol. 3, 233-241 (l970)

[43] Relativistic quantum mechanical Galilei group, with J.J. .Aghassi and P. Roman, Contributed paper to APS meeting Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc. Vol. 15, 49 (l970) )

[44] IU(3.1)-invariant N-point functions, with P. Roman Contributed paper to APS meeting Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc. Vol. 15, 92 (l970)

[45] New dynamical group for the relativistic quantum mechanics of elementary particles, with J.J. Aghassi and P. Roman Phys. Rev. D Vol. 1, 2753-2765 (l970)

[46] Relation of the inhomogeneous de Sitter group to the quantum mechanics of elementary particles, with J.J. Aghassi and P. Roman J. Math. Phys. Vol. 11, 2297-2301 (l970)

[47] A new relativistic dynamical group for elementary particles, Particles and Nuclei Vol. 1, 81-99 (l970)

[48] Dynamical extensions of the PoincareÂ´ group: A critical analysis, Contributed paper to the Fourth Topical Conference on Resonant Particles, Univ. of Athens, Ohio (l970)

[49] Representation theory of a new relativistic dynamical group, with J.J. Aghassi and P. Roman Nuovo Cimento A Vol. 5, 551-590 (l971)

[50] Inhomogeneous U(3.1)-invariant extension of vacuum expectation values, with P. Roman, Nuovo Cimento A Vol. 2, 965-1015 (l971)

[51] Remarks on the Hermitean extension of the scattering amplitude, with P. Roman, Contributed paper to the l971 APS meeting Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc. Vol. 15, 1409 (l971)

[52] Nonrelativistic composite elementary particles and the conformal Galilei group, with J.J. Aghassi, P. Roman and P.L. Huddleston Nuovo Cimento A Vol. 12, 185-204 (l972)

[53] Some examples of IU(3.1)-invariant analytic extension of N-point functions, with P. Roman and C.N. Ktorides Particles and Nuclei Vol./ 3, 332-350 (l972)

[54] Can the generalized Haag theorem be further generalized? with C.N. Ktorides Phys. Rev. D Vol. 7, 2447-2456 (l973)

[55] On the origin of the gravitational field, Preprint Dept. of Physics, Boston Univ. unpublished (l973)

[56] Partons and Gravitations, some puzzling questions, Annals of Physics Vol. 83, 108-157 (l974)

[57] Generalization of the PCT theorem to all discrete space-time symmetries in quantum field theories, with C.N. Ktorides Phys. Rev. D Vol. 10, 3396-3406 (l974)

[58] Analytic approach to discrete symmetries, invited paper for the l975 Coral Gables Conference Orbis Scientiae II (1974) )

Necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of a Lagrangian in field theory, Center for Theoretical Physics, MIT, Cambridge, MA

[59] Part I:

Variational Approach to Selfadjointness for Tensorial Field Equations, MIT-CTP preprint no. 533, Annals of Physics Vol. 103, 354-408 (l977)

[60] Part II:

Direct Analytic Representations of Tensorial Field Equations, MIT-CTP preprint no. 534, Annals of Physics, Vol. 103, 409-468 (l977)

[61] Part III:

Generalized Analytic Representations of Tensorial Field Equations MIT-CTP preprint no. 560, Annals of Physics Vol. 105, 227-258 (l977)

[62] Part IV:

Isotopic and Genotopic Transformations of the Lagrangian for Tensorial Field Equations MIT-CTP preprint no. 609, unpublished (l977)

[63] Part V:

The Problem of Symmetries and Conservation Laws for Tensorial Field Equations, MIT-CTP preprint no.610, unpublished (l977)

[64] On a possible Lie-admissible covering of the Galilei Relativity for nonconservative and Galilei form-noninvariant systems, Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge MA Hadronic J. Vol. 1, 223-423 (l978), and addendum Vol. 1, 1279-1342 (l978)

[65] Need for subjecting to an experimental verification the validity within a hadron of Einstein’s Special Relativity and Pauli’s Exclusion Principle, Lyman Laboratory of Physics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Hadronic J. Vol. 1, 574-902 (l978)

[66] Isotopic breaking of gauge theories Phys. Rev. D Vol. 20, 555-570 (l979)

[67] Lie-admissible structure of statistical mechanics, with J. Fronteau and A.Tellez-Arenas Hadronic J. Vol. 3, 130-176 (l979)

[68] Closed systems with nonconservative internal forces, with A.Tellez-Arenas and J. Fronteau Hadronic J. Vol. 3, 177-195 (l979)

[69] Further studies on the recently proposed test of Pauli’s exclusion principle under strong interactions, with H. C. Myung Hadronic J. Vol. 3, 196-255 (l979)

[70] The Lie and Lie-admissible symmetries of dynamical systems, with G.E. Prince, P.G. Leach, T.M. Kaloutas and C.J. Eliezer Hadronic J. Vol. 3, 390-439 (l979)

[71] Initiation of the representation theory of a Lie-admissible algebra of operators on a bimodular Hilbert space, Hadronic J. Vol. 3, 440-506 (l979)

[72] Status of the mathematical and physical studies on the Lie-admissible formulation as of July l979, with particular reference to strong interactions, Department of Mathematics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Hadronic J. Vol. 2, 1460-2019 (l979) and addendum 3, 914099 (l980)

[73] Remarks on the problematic aspects of Heisenberg/Lie/symplectic formulations Hadronic J. Vol. 3, 854-914 (l980)

[74] Elaboration of the recently proposed test of Pauli principle under strong interactions, with C.N. Ktorides and H.C. Myung Phys. Rev. D Vol. 22, 892?907 (l980)

[75] Experimental, theoretical and mathematical elements for a possible Lie-admissible generalization of the notion of particle under strong interactions, The Institute for Basic Research Contributed paper to the l980 Clausthal Conference on Differential Geometric Methods in Mathematical Physics, Hadronic J. Vol. 4, 1166-1257 (l981)

[76] Generalization of Heisenberg uncertainty principle for strong interactions, Hadronic J. 4, 642-657 (l981)

[77] A structure model of the elementary charge, Hadronic J. Vol. 4, 770-784 (l981)

[78] An intriguing legacy of Einstein, Fermi, Jordan and others: the possible invalidation of quark conjectures (as elementary constituents), Found. Phys. Vol. 11, 383-472 (l981)

[79] Can strong interactions accelerate particles faster than the speed of light? Nuovo Cimento Vol. 33, 145-153 (l982)

[80] An Introduction to the Lie-admissible Treatment of Nonpotential Interactions in Newtonian, Statistics and Particle Mechanics, The Institute for Basic Research Hadronic J. Vol. 5, 264-359 (l982)

Foundations of the Hadronic Generalization of Atomic Mechanics, The Institute for Basic Research

[81] Part I:

Generalization of Heisenberg’s and Schroedinger’s Representations, Hadronic J. Vol. 5, 1194-1276 (l982)

[82] Part II:

Modular-isotopic Hilbert Space Formulation of the Exterior Strong Problem, with H.C. Myung Hadronic J. Vol. 5, 1277-1366 (l982)

[83] Part III:

Bimodular-genotopic Hilbert Space Formulation of the Interior Strong Problem, with H.C. Myung Hadronic J. Vol. 5, 1367-1404 (l982)

[84] Foundations of Hadronic Mechanics via an Isotopic Lifting of Dirac’s Formulation of Quantum Mechanics, with R. Mignani and H.C. Myung The Institute for Basic Research Hadronic J. Vol. 6, l873-1950 (l983)

[85] Lie-isotopic lifting of the special relativity for extended deformable particle, Lett. Nuovo Cimento Vol. 37, 545-555 (l983)

[86] A possible, Lie-admissible, time-asymmetric model for open nuclear reactions, Lett. Nuovo Cimento Vol. 37, 337-344 (l983)

[87] Lie-isotopic lifting of unitary symmetries and of Wigner’s theorem for extended deformable particles, Lett. Nuovo Cimento Vol. 3, 509-521 (l983)

[88] A conceivable lattice structure of the Coulomb law, with E. Papp Lett. Nuovo Cimento 37, 505-508 (l983)

[89] Heuristic approach to symmetries and conserved quantities of classical and quantum version of Nambu’s mechanics, with A. Kalnay Hadronic J. Vol. 6, 1798-1840 (l983)

[90] Use of hadronic mechanics for the possible regaining of the exact space- reflection symmetry in weak interactions, Hadronic J. Vol. 7, 1680-1685 (l984)

[91] Use of the Lie-isotopic algebras for the quantization of Nambu’s mechanics, Contributed paper at the l984 Clausthal Conference on Differential Geometric Methods in Theoretical Physics, with A. Kalnay, unpublished (1984)

[92] Lie-isotopic liftings of Lie symmetries, I: General Considerations, Hadronic J. Vol. 8, 25-35 (l985)

[93] Lie-isotopic lifting of Lie symmetries, II: Lifting of Rotations, Hadronic J. Vol. 8, 36-51 (l985)

[94] A journey toward physical truth, Invited paper for the Calcutta l985 Conference, Published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Quantum Statistics and Foundational Problems of Quantum Mechanics Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 1, 662-685 (l985)

[95] Isotopic Lifting of Galilei’s Relativity for Classical Interior Dynamical Systems, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol 4A, issue no. 1, 1-153 (l988)

[96] Isotopic Lifting of Contemporary Mathematical Structures, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 4A, issue no. 2, 155-266 (l988)

[97] Isotopic Lifting of Einstein Special Relativity for Classical Interior Dynamical Systems, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 4A, issue no. 3, pp. 267-405 (l988)

[98] Isotopic Lifting of Einstein’s General Relativity for Classical Interior Gravitational Problems, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 4A, issue no. 4, 407-501 (l988)

[99] Foundations of the Isotopies of Quantum Mechanics, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 4B, issue no. 1 (l989)

[100] Operator Isogalilean Relativities for Interior Problems in Particle Physics, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 4B, Issue no. 2 (l989)

[101] Operator Isospecial Relativities for Interior Problems in Particle Physics, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl.Vol. 4B, issue no. 3 (l989)

[102] Operator Isogravitation and Iso-Grand-Unifications, The Institute for Basic Research, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 4B, issue no. 4 (l989)

[103] Apparent consistency of Rutherford’s hypothesis of the neutron as a compressed hydrogen atom, Hadronic J. Vol. 13, 513-532 (l990)

[104] On a conceivable feasibility of the Death Ray, Hadronic J. Vol. 13, 533-550 (l990)

[105] Quantization rule for hadronic mechanics, Contributed paper to the Fourth Workshop on Hadronic Mechanics, Skopjie, Yugoslavia, l988, Printed in the proceedings Hadronic Mechanics and Nonpotential Interactions, M. Mijatovic, Editor, Nova Science, New York, pp. 19-26 (l990)

[106] Isotopies of Contemporary Mathematical Structures, The Institute for Basic Research

Part I:

Isotopies of Fields, Vector Spaces, Transformation Theory, Lie Algebras, Analytic Mechanics, and Space-Time Symmetries, the Institute for Basic Research, Algebras, Groups and Geometries Vol. 8, 169-266 (l991)

[107] Isotopies of Contemporary Mathematical Structures, The Institute for Basic Research

Part II:

Isotopies of Symplectic Geometry, Affine Geometry, Riemannian Geometry and Einstein’s Gravitation, The Institute for Basic Research, Algebras, Groups and Geometries Vol. 8, 275-390 (l991)

[108] Lie-isotopic generalization of the PoincareÂ´ symmetry ICTP preprint IC/91-45), unpublished (l991)

[109] Theory of mutation of elementary particles and its application to Rauch’s experiments on the spinorial symmetry, ICTP preprint IC/91-46, unpublished (l991)

[110] Apparent consistency of Rutherford’s hypothesis on the neutron structure via the hadronic generalization of quantum mechanics, ICTP preprint IC/91-47, unpublished (l991)

[111] Isotopic lifting of SU(3) with integer quark charges, with R. Mignani, ICTP preprint IC/91-48, unpublished (l991)

[112] Inequivalence of the interior and exterior dynamical problems ICTP preprint IC/91-258, unpublished (l991)

[113] Closed systems with nonhamiltonian internal forces, ICTP preprint IC/91-259, unpublished (l991)

[114] Generalized two-body and three-body systems with nonhamiltonian internal forces, ICTP preprint IC/91-260, unpublished (l991) )

[115] Rotational-isotopic symmetries, ICTP preprint IC/91-261, unpublished (l991)

[116]Euclidean-isotopic symmetries, ICTP preprint IC/91-262, unpublished (l991)

[117] Galilei-isotopic symmetries, ICTP preprint IC/91-263, unpublished (l991)

[118] Galilei-isotopic relativities, ICTP preprint IC/91-264, unpublished (l991)

[119] The notion of nonrelativistic isoparticle, ICTP preprint IC/91-265 , unpublished (l991)

[120] Lie-admissible structure of Hamilton’s original equations with external terms, ICTP preprint IC/91-266, unpublished (l991)

[121] Nonlocal Formulation of the Bose-Einstein Correlation within the context of Hadronic Mechanics, Hadronic J. Vol. 15, Part I: 1-50 and Part II: 77-134 (l992)

[122] Use of hadronic mechanics for a characterization of the shape of the proton, with M. Nishioka Physics Essays Vol. 5, 44-46 (l992)

[123] On a possible non-Lorentzian energy-dependence of the Kos lifetime, with F. Cardone and R. Mignani J. Phys. G: Nucl & Part. Phys. Vol. 18, L61-L65 (l992)

[124] Lie-isotopic energy-dependence of the Kos lifetime, with F. Cardone and R. Mignani, J. Phys. G: Nucl. & Part. Phys., Vol. 18, L141-L146 (l992)

[125] Proposal to measure the possible redshift of light through planetary atmospheres, IBR preprint IB-DE-TP-92-7, unpublished (l992)

[126] Isotopies of generalized structurable algebras, with N. Kamiya Contributed paper for the International Conference in honor of Lie and Lobachevski, Tartu, Estonia (l992)

[127] Nonlinear, nonlocal and noncanonical isotopies of the PoincareÂ´ symmetry, J. Moscow Phys. Soc. Vol. 3, 255-280 (1993)

[128] Recent theoretical and experimental evidence on the cold fusion of elementary particles, Communication of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research # E4-93-252 (1993)

[129] Isonumber and genonumbers of dimension 1, 2, 4, 8, their isoduals and pseudoduals, and hidden numbers of dimension 3, 5, 6, 7, Algebras, Groups and Geometries Vol. 10, 273-321 (1993)

[130] A characterization of isofields and their isoduals, with J. V. Kadeisvili and N. Kamiya, Hadronic J. Vol. 16, 169-187 (1993) )

[131] Standard isorepresentations of isotopic Q-operator deformations of Lie algebras, with S.U. Klimyk, Algebras, Groups and Geometries Vol. 10, 323-332 (1993)

[132] Isotopic lifting of SU(2) symmetry with application to nuclear physics, JINR Rapid Comm. Vol. 6, 24-38 (1993)

[133] Nonlocal Integral axiom-preserving isotopies and isodualities of the Minkowskian geometry, In The Mathematical Legacy of Hanno Rund, J.V. Kadeisvili, Editor, Hadronic Press, pp. 383-430 (1993) )

[134] Problematic Aspects of Weinberg’s nonlinear theory, with A. Jannussis and R. Mignani, Ann, Fond. L. De Brfoglie Vol. 18, pp. 71-389 (1993)

[135] A new cosmological conception of the universe based on the isominkowskian geometry and its isodual,

Contributed paper in Analysis, Geometry and Groups, A Riemann Legacy Volume, Volume II, H.M. Srivastava, Editor, pp. 539-612 (1993)

[136] A new cosmological conception of the Universe based on the isoriemannian geometry and its isodual, in Analysis, Geometry and Groups: A Riemann Legacy Volume, Part II H. M. Srivastava and Th.M. Rassias, Editors Hadronic Press, pp. 539 (1994)

[137] Application of isosymmetry/Q-operator deformation to the cold fusion of elementary particles, in Symmetry Methods in Physics, A.N. Sissakian, G.S. Pogosyan and S.I. Vinitsky, Editor, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia (1994)

[138] Isotopic lifting of Heisenberg’s uncertainties for gravitational singularities, Comm. Theor. Phys. Vol. 3, 47-66 (1994)

[139] Nonlocal isotopic representation of electron pairing in superconductivity, in Proceedings of the VI Trilateral German-Russian-Ukraine Seminar on High Temperature Superconductivity, V. L. Arksenov and E. I. Kornilov, Editors, JINR, Dubna, Russia, 331-333 (1994)

[140] Applications of isosymmetries Q-operator deformations to the cold fusion of elementary particles, In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Symmetry Methods in Physics, A.N. Sissakian, G.S. Pogosyan and S.I. Vinitsky, Editors JINR, Dubna, Russia, Volume 2, 432-442 (1994)

[141] Representation of antiparticles via isodual numbers, spaces and geometries, Comm. Theor. Phys. Vol. 3, 153-181 (1994)

[142] A quantitative isotopic representation of the deuteron magnetic moment, In Proceedings of the International Symposium 117-126, JINR, Dubna, (1994)

[143] Isominkowskian representation of cosmological redshifts and the internal red-blue-shifts of quasars, in Frontiers of Fundamental Physics, M. Barone and F. Selleri, Editors Plenum, New York, 41-58 (1994)

[144] Antigravity, Hadronic J. Vol. 17, 257-284 (1994)

[145] Space-time machine, Hadronic J. Vol. 17, 285?310 (1994)

[146] Hadronic energy, Hadronic J. Vol. 17, 311-348 (1994)

[147] Isotopies, genotopies and isodualities of Lie’s Theory, Talk delivered at the International Congress of Mathematicians, Zurich, August 3-11, unpublished (1994)

[148] Isotopic unification of gravitation and relativistic quantum mechanics and its universal isopoincare’ symmetry, Contributed paper to Gravity, particles and spacetime, P. Pronin and G. Sardanashvily, Editors, World Scientific (1994)

[149] An introduction to hadronic mechanics, in Advances in Fundamental Physics, M. Barone and F. Selleri, Editors Hadronic Press, 69-186 (1995)

[150] Comments on the isotopic lifting of quark theories in Problems in High Energy Physics and Field Theory, 112-137 G.L. Rcheulishvili, Editor Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino, Russia (1995)

[151] Isotopic generalization of the Legendre, Jacobi and Bessel Functions, with A.K. Aringazin and D.A. Khirukin Algebras, Groups and Geometries Vol. 12, 255-305 (1995)

[152] Nonpotential two-body elastic scattering problem, With A.K. Aringazin and D.A. Kirukin, Hadronic J. Vol. 18, 245-256 (1995)

[153] Nonpotential elastic scattering of spinning particles, with A. K. Aringazin and D. A. Kirukin, Hadronic J. Vol. 18, 257-270 (1995)

[154]Problematic aspects of Einstein’s gravitation and their possible resolution via Logunov’s Relativistic gravitation, in Problems in High Energy Physics and Field Theory, pp. 25-68, Dedicated to H. Poincare,Â´ V.A. Petrov and S.M. Troshin, Editors, Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino, Russia (1994)

[155] Limitations of the special and general relativities and their isotopic generalizations, Chinese J. Syst. Eng. & Electr. Vol. 6, 157-176 (1995)

[156] Nonlocal isotopic representation of the Cooper pair in superconductivity, with A. O.E. Animalu Intern. J. Quantum Chem. Vol. 26, 175-187 (1995)

[157] Recent Theoretical and experimental evidence on the apparent synthesis of the neutron from protons and electrons, Chine J. Syst. Eng. & Electr. Vol. 6, 177-199 (1995)

[158] Nonpotential two-body elastic scattering problem, with A.K. Aringazin and D.A. Kirukin, Hadronic J. Vol. 18, 245256 (1995)

[159] Nonpotential elastic scattering of spinning particles, with A.K. Aringazin and D.A. Kirukin, Hadronic J. Vol. 18, 257-270 (1995)

[160] Isotopic lifting of Newtonian mechanics, Revista Tecnica Vol. 18, 271-284 (1995)

[161] Isotopic lifting of quark theories with exact confinement and convergent perturbative expansions, Comm. Theor. Phys. Vol. 4, (1995), 1-23)

[162] Quantum-Iso-Gravity, Comm. Theor. Phys. Vol. 4, in press (1995)

[163] Isotopic lifting of quark theories, International Journal of Physics Vol. 1, 1-26 (1995)

[164] Exact quark confinement and convergent perturbative series via nonlinear isotopies of strong interactions, Proceedings of the International Workshop and Conference on Quark Matter and Heavy Ion Collision, W. Khan, Editor Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 10, 175-203 (1995)

[165] Isotopic lifting of classical and quantum mechanics, Indian J. Mathematics Vol. 37, 235-256 (1995)

[166] Isotopic lifting of quark theories, Contributed paper in Problems in High Energy Physics and Field Theory, Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino, Russia, 112-137 (1955)

[167] Isotopies, genotopies, hyperstructures and their applications, with T. Vougiouklis, Contributed paper to New Frontiers in Mathematics, Vol. I, 1-48 (1995)

[168] Isotopic quantization of gravity and its universal isopoincare’ symmetry, Contributed paper to the Proceedings of the Seventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting in General Relativity, R.T. Jantzen, G. MacKeiser and R. Ruffini, Editors, World Scientific, 500-505 (1995)

[169] Isotopies, genotopies and hyperstructures, with T. Vougiouklis in New Frontiers in Hyperstructures, T. Vougiouklis, Editor Hadronic Press, pp. 1-48 (1996)

[170]An introduction to isotopic, genotopic and hyperstructural methods, for new frontiers in theoretical biology, in New Frontiers in Theoretical Biology, C.A.C. Dreismann, Editor, Hadronic Press (1996)

[171] Isotopic unification of gravitation and relativistic quantum mechanics and its universal isopoincareÂ´ symmetry, In Gravitation, Particles and Space-Time, (Ivanenko Memorial Volume), P.I. Pronin and J.V. Sardanashvily, Editors, World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 369-383 (1996)

[172] Isotopic quantization of gravity and its universal isopoincareÂ´ symmetry, In Proceedings of the VII M. Grossmann Meeting on Gravitation, R.T. Jantzen, G. Mac Keiser and R. Ruffini, Editors, World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 500-505 (1996)

[173] Isotopic liftings of the Pythagorean theorem, trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, Anale Stintifice Universitatii Ovidius Constanta Vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 113-126 (1996)

[174] Magnetic fields and the gravity of matter and antimatter, Proceedings of 1995 HYMAG, Don Wade, Editor, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee, Florida (1996) )

[175] Nonlocal-integral isotopies of differential calculus, geometries and mechanics, Rendiconti Circolo Matematico Palermo, Suppl. Vol. 42, pp. 7-82 (1996)

[176] Geometrization of Locally varying speeds of light via the isoriemannian geometry, Anale Stiintifice Univ. Al.I. Cuza, Matematica, Vol. XLII, pp. 121-72 (1996)

[177] Representation of nonhamiltonian vector fields in the coordinates of the observer via the isosymplectic geometry, Balkan Journal of Geometry and its Applications, Vol. 1, pp. 61-73 (1996)

[178] An introduction to nonrelativistic and relativistic hadronic mechanics, Contributed paper to New Frontiers in Hadronic Mechanics, T.L. Gill, Editor, Hadronic Press, pp. 1-102 (1996)

[179] Isodual theory of antimatter and its prediction of antigravity, Contributed paper to New Frontiers in Hadronic Mechanics, T.L. Gill, Editor, Hadronic Press, pp. 343-416 (1996)

[180] A characterization of pseudoisofields, (with N. Kamiya) Algebras, Groups and Geometries Vol. 13, pp. 283-294 (1996)

[181] Isotopic lifting of Differential Geometry, Revista Tecnica Univ. Zulia Vol. 19, 69-84 (1996)

[182] Isotopic lifting of analytic and quantum mechanics, Rev. Tec. Ingegn. Univ. Zulia Vol. 19, pp. 3-16 (1996)

[183] Does antimatter emit a new light? Communication of the JINR, Dubna, Russia, no. E2-96-259 (1996)

[184] Isotopies of local-differential geometries, Indian J. Math. Vol. 38, pp. 1-24 (1996)

Isotopies of the Pythagorean theorem, Global Analysis, Differential geometry and Lie Algebras, Gr. Tsagas, Editor, Balkan Society of Geometers, Volume 1, pp. 83-94, Balkan Society of Geometers (1997)

[185] Limits of applicability of the special and general relativities, Contributed paper to New Frontiers in Relativity, T. Gill, Editor, Hadronic Press, pp. 121-148 (1996)

[186] Isospecial relativity as a unified formulation of the special and general relativities, Contributed paper to New Frontiers in Relativity, T. Gill, Editor Hadronic Press, pp. 333-358 (1996)

[187] Does antimatter emit a new light? Contributed paper to the International Workshop on the Gravity of Antimatter and Anti-Hydrogen Atom Spectroscopy, Hyperfine Interactions Vol. 109, pp. 63-81 (1997), Invited paper

[188] [130] A characterization of isofields and their isoduals, with J. V. Kadeisvili and N. Kamiya, Hadronic J. Vol. 16, 169-187 (1993)

[189] Possible implications of nonlocal-integral nuclear effects for new methods of recycling nuclear waste, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Large Scale Collective Motion of Atomic Nuclei, G. Giardina, G. Fazio and M. Lattuada, Editors, World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 549-556 (1997)

[190] Invariant, directly universal, inverse isotopic problem for nonlinear, nonlocal and nonhamiltonian interior dynamical systems, rejected by Inverse Problem, unpublished

[191] Problematic aspects of dissipative nuclear models, Rejected by Phys. Rev. C (1997), unpublished

[192] Invariant Lie-admissible formulation of quantum deformations, Foundations of Physics, Vol. 27, 1159-1177 (1997) Invited paper for a special issue dedicated to L. Biederharn

[193] Invariant Lie-admissible formulation of dissipative nuclear models, rejected by Phys/ Rev. C (1997)

[194] Isodual relativity for matter and its isodual for antimatter, Gravitation, Vol. 3, no. 2 (1997) [195] Relativistic hadronic mechanics: Nonunitary, axiom-preserving completion of relativistic quantum mechanics, Foundations of Physics, vol. 27, 625-740 (1997)

[196] Isotopic Grand Unification with the Inclusion of Gravitation, Foundations of Physics Letters Vol. 10, 307-327 (1997)

[197] On Winterberg’s unified theory, G. Cavallero and E. Tonni, publication data unknown (1997)

[198] Isotopies of Local-Differential geometries, Indian J. Mathematics Vol. 38, pp. 43-54 (1997)

[199] Evidence of the isominkowskian character of the hadronic structure, with Yu. Arestov and V. Solovianov Found. Phys. Letters Vol. 11, pp. 483-493 (1998)

[200] Embedding of Lie algebras in isogeneralized structurable algebras, with N. Kamiya Acta Applicandae Mathematicae Vol. 50, pp. 167-175 (1998)

[201] Isorepresentations of the Lie-isotopic SU(2) algebra with applications to nuclear physics and local realism, Acta Applicandae Mathematicae Vol. 50, pp. 177-190 (1998)

[202] Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry, I: Isochemical model of the hydrogen molecule, with D.D. Shillady Hadronic J. Vol. 21, pp. 507-562 (1998)

[203] Ab Initio hadronic chemistry, I: Basic methods, with D.D. Shillady Hadronic J. Vol. 21, pp. 633-714 (1998)

[204] Ab Initio hadronic chemistry, II: Isochemical model of the hydrogen molecule, with D.D. Shillady Hadronic J. Vol. 21, pp. 715-758 (1998)

[205] Ab Initio hadronic chemistry, III: Isochemical model of the water molecule, with D.D. Shillady Hadronic J. Vol. 21, pp. 759-788 (1998)

[206] Theoretical prediction and experimental verifications of the new chemical species of magnecules, Hadronic J. Vol. 21, pp. 789-894 (1998)

[207] Hadronically correlated SCF treatment of Li4, a test case for for correlated energy of mental clusters, with D.D. Shillady publication data unknown (1998)

[208] Nuclear realization of hadronic mechanics and the exact representation of nuclear magnetic moments, Intern. J. of Phys. Vol. 4, pp. 1-70 (1998)

[209] An outline of the new combustible gas AquaFuel, its energy conversions, its technologies and its applications, Hadronic Journal Supplement Vol. 12, 1-22 (1998)

[210] Isominkowskian formulation of gravity, Contributed paper in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Modern Modified Theories of Gravitation and Cosmology, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel, June 29-30, 1997, E.I. Guendelman, Editor, Hadronic Journal Vol. 21, pp. 3- 69 (1998)

[211] An introduction to AquaFuel, its energy conversion, its applications and its open problems, Hadronic J. Suppl. Vol. 13, 1-23 (1998)

[212] Origin, problematic aspects and invariant formulation of q-, k- and quantum deformations, Modern Physics Letters Vol. 13, 327-335 (1998)

[213] Isominkowskian Geometry for the Gravitational Treatment of Matter and its Isodual for Antimatter, Int. J. Mod. Phys. D Vol. 7, 351-407 (1998)

[214] AquqFuel^TM, An example of the emerging new energies and the new methods for their treatment, Infinite Energy, Vol. 19, 72-78 (1998)

[215] Foundations of hadronic chemistry, I: Isochemical model of the hydrogen molecule, Hadronic J. Vol. 21, 507-562 (1998)

[216] Isominkowskian formulation of gravity and cosmology, Contributed paper to the proceedings of the International Workshop on Modern Modified Theories of Gravitation and Cosmology, E. I. Guendelman, Editor, Hadronic Press, pages 113-169 (1998)

[217] Physical laws of the emerging new energies as predicted by hadronic mechanics, Infinite Energy, Vol. 22, pp. 33-49 (1998)

[218] Unification of gravitation and electroweak interactions, Contributed paper in the Proceedings of the Eight Marcel Grossmann Meeting in Gravitation, T. Piran, and R. Ruffini, Editors, World Scientific, pp. 473-475 (1999)

[219] Origin, problematic aspects and invariant formulation of classical and operator deformations, Intern. J. Modern Phys. A Vol. 14, pp. 3157-33206 (1999)

[220] A new iso-chemical model of the hydrogen molecule, with D.D. Shillady, Intern. J. Hydrogen Energy Vol. 24, 943-956 (1999)

[221] Nuclear realization of hadronic mechanics and the exact representation of nuclear magnetic moments, Communications in Math. and Theor. Phys. Vol. 2, 1-12 (1999)

[222] Classical isodual theory of antimatter and its prediction of antigravity, Intern. J. Modern Phys. A Vol. 14, pp. 2205-2238 (1999)

[223] Physical laws of the emerging new energies as predicted by hadronic mechanics, II: The new mechanics, Infinite Energy, Vol. 23, pp. 69-74 (1999)

[224] Physical laws of the emerging new energies as predicted by hadronic mechanics, III: The structure of the neutron and new energies of Class I, Infinite Energy, Vol. 25, pp. 75-85 (1999)

[225] A new isochemical model of the water molecule, with D.D. Shillady, Intern. J. Hydrogen Energy Vol. 25, pp. 173-183 (2000)

[226] Direct universality of the isospecial relativity for photons with arbitrary speeds, in Photons: Old Problems in Light of New Ideas, Valery V. Dvoeglazov, Editor, Nova Science Publishers, pp. 421-442 (2000)

[227] Experimental evidence of superluminal speeds, with E. Recami Hadronic J. Vol. 23, pp. 279-294 (2000)

[228] Alarming oxygen depletion in the combustion of hydrogen produced via regeneration methods, Contributed paper to the Hydrogen International Conference HY2000, Munich, Germany, September 11 to 15 (2000) http://www.magnegas.com/technology/part4.htm

[229] Nuclear realization of hadronic mechanics and its exact representation of nuclear magnetic moments, Comm. Math. & Theor. Phys. Vol. 2, 1-66 (2001)

[230] A study of the energy efficiency of hadronic reactors of molecular type, with A.K. Aringazin, Hadronic Journal Vol. 27, 273-298 (2004)

[231] Structure and combustion of magnegases, With A.K. Arinmgazin, Hadronic Journal Vol. 27, pages 299-330 (2004)

[232] Study of polycarbonyl compounds present in magnegas, with A.K. Aringazin, Hadronicv Journal Vol. 27, pages 332347 (2004)

[233] Iso-, geno-, hyper-mathematics and their isoduals, Invited plenary talk at the *International Congress of Mathematicians,* Hong Kong, China, August 2002, in press in the conference proceedings

[234] New problematic aspects of string current string theories and their invariant resolution, Foundation of Physics, Vol. 32, pages 1111-1140 (2002).

[235] Iso-, geno-, hyper-mechanics for matter and their isoduals for antimatter, Invited plenary talk at the *Meeting of the International Association for Relativitstic Dynamics,* Washington, D.C., June 2002, Found. of Phys. Vol. 33, 1373-1416 (2003)

[236] Iso-, geno-, hyper-relativities for matter and their isoduals for antimatter, and their novel applications in physics, chemistry and biology, December 22, 2002, in press at the Journal of Dynamical Systems and Geometric Theories, Vol. 1, 121-193 (2003)

[237] Iso-, geno-, hyper-mathematics and their isoduals constructed from open physical, chemnical and biological problems, Proceedings of the ICM Satellite Meeting in Hong Kong, Advances in Algebras, K. P. Shum et al. Editors, pages 185-220 (2003)

[238] Axiomatic inconsistencies of grand unifications and their possible isotopic resolution, Annales de la Fondation Louis de Broglie, Volume 29, pages 953-968 (2004)

[239] A new gaseous and combustible form of water, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, in press (2004) [240] Inconsistencies of general relativity and their apparent resolution via the Poincare’ Invariant isogravitation, IBR preprint TPH-03-05 (2005)

[241] Inconsistencies of neutrinop and quark conjectures and their negative environmental implications, IBR preprint TPH-34-05 (2005)

[242] The novel controlled intermediate nuclear fusion and its possible industrial realizatrion as predicted by hadronic mechanics and chemistry, IBR preprint TPH-09-05 (2005) Conference Proceedings

**Santilli is the Editor or Co-editor of the following Conference Proceedings and Proceedings Reprints Volumes:**

Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Lie-Admissible Formulations, Science Center, Harvard University, August 1 to 8 (l979)

Part I: Review Papers, Hadronic J. Vo.l. 2, no. 6, pp. 1252-2033 (l979)

Part II: Research Papers, Hadronic J. Vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 1-725 (l980)

Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Lie-Admissible Formulations, University of Massachusetts, Boston, August 4 to 9 (l980)

Part A: Mathematics, Hadronic J. Vol. 4, issue no. 2, pp. 183-607 (l981)

Part B: Theoretical Physics, Hadronic J. Vo.4, issue no. 3, pp. 608-1165 (l981)

Part C: Experimental Physics and Bibliography Hadronic J. Vol. 4, issue no. 4, pp. 1166-1625 (l981)

Proceedings of the First International Conference on Nonpotential Interactions and their Lie-Admissible Treatment, UniversiteÂ´ d’OrleÂ´ans, France, January 5 to 9 (l982)

6) Part A: Invited Papers Hadronic J., Vol. 5, issue no. 2, pp. 245-678 (l982)

Part B: Invited Papers, Hadronic J. Vol. 5, issue no. 3, pp. 679-1193 (l982)

Part C: Contributed Papers, Hadronic J. Vol. 5, issue no. 4, pp. 1194-1626 (l982)

Part D: Contributed Papers, Hadronic J. Vol. 5, issue no. 5, pp. 1627-1948 (l982)

Proceedings of the First Workshop on Hadronic Mechanics, The Institute for Basic Research, Cambridge, MA, August 2 to 6, l983 with J. Fronteau, R. Mignani and H.C. Myung Hadronic J. Vol. 6, issue no. 6, pp. 1400-1989 (l983)

Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Hadronic Mechanics Center Alessandro Volta, Villa Olmo, Italy, August 1 to 3, (l984)

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Application of Lie-Admissible Algebras in Physics, H.C. Myung, S. Okubo and R.M. Santilli, Editors Volume II (l979), Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs, FL

Applications of Lie-Admissible Algebras in Physics, R.M. Santilli, Editor, Volume III (l984): Direct Universality of Lie-Admissible Algebras in Newtonian, Statistical and Particle Physics, Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs, FL

Selected Papers of Italian Physicists: Piero Caldirola, E. Recami, R. Mignani and R.M. Santilli, Editors

Volume I (l986)

Volume II (l986)

Volume III (l986)

7) Developments in the Quark Theory of Hadrons, D.B. Lichtenberg and S.P. Rosen, Editors Volume I: Original papers from l964 to l978, Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs FL (l979)

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Developments in the Quark Theory of Hadrons, Volume III: Isotopic quark theories, Scheduled for the completion of the series

Irreversibility and Nonpotentiality in Statistical Mechanics, A. Schoeber, Editor Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs, FL (l984)

Advances in Discrete Mathematics and Computer Sciences, D.F. Hsu, Editor

Volume I: Neofields and Combinatorial Designs, Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs, FL (l985)

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13) Volume III: Gradient Projection Methods in Linear and Nonlinear Programming, Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs, FL (l988)

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Mathematical Studies in Lie-admissible Algebras, Volume I (l985), H.C. Myung, Editor, Hadronic Press, Tarpon Springs, FL

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