George Galeczki: The II-nd List of Publications

And the Workshop "Physics as a Science"

About the Person Dr. Georg(e) Galeczki
with his Texts and Translations in WAYS OF THINKING

Dr. George Galeczki Passing

comments bilingual / Anmerkungen zweisprachig

The II-nd List of Publications (1993 - 2002)

1. G.Galeczki, "About Inertial frames of Reference, Velocities and Velocity-dependent Masses" (Proceedings of the International Conference ´Foundations of Mathematics and Physics´, Perugia 1989, Eds. U.Bartocci and P.Wesley), p.93

2. G.Galeczki, "Why is Relativity Interesting?", Physics Essays, 6 (1993) 221

3. G.Galeczki, "The Limit Speed and Weber´s Potential", Physics Essays, 6 (1993) 86

4. G.Galeczki, "Uniform Time, Velocity and Special Relativity", Physics Essays, 8 (1995) 22

5. G.Galeczki, "Can Quantum Mechanics Survive without Special Relativity?", Physics Essays, 7 (1994) 83

6. G.Galeczki, "Will Quantum Mechanics Survive without Special Relativity?", Spec.Sci.Technol. July 1994

7. G.Galeczki, "The Aarau Question and the de Broglie Wave", Apeiron, Febr. 1995

8. G.Galeczki, "The Incompatibility between Lorentz Transformations and the Inertial Frame of Reference" Chinese J. Syst. Eng. & Electronics, 4 (1993) 77-80

9. G.Galeczki, "Physical Laws and the Theory of Special Relativity", Apeiron, Oct. 1994

10. P.Marquardt and G.Galeczki, "The Uncertainty Principle Revisited", Apeiron, Oct. 1994

11. P.Marquardt and G.Galeczki, "Action and Quantum Mechanics", Apeiron, Febr. 1995

12. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "Some Remarks Concerning the Wave Equation" (Physics Essays, 8 (1995) 189)

13. G. Galeczki, "From Lorentz to Einstein and than Back to Newton" (Physics Essays, 8 (1995) 591)

14. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "Inertia Principle and Transformation Laws: addenda to Preziosi´s article" (Il Nuovo Cimento, 111 B (1996) 655)

15. G.Galeczki, "In Memoriam Nathan Rosen" (Apeiron, 3 (1996) 51)

16. G.Galeczki, "Seventieth Birthday of a Non-Effect: Thomas Precession" (Apeiron, 3 (1996) 120)

17. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "Farewell Minkowski Space" (Apeiron, 3 (1998) 121)

18. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "A Non-Expanding, Non-Relativistic Universe" (Apeiron, 3 (1996) 108)

19. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "Über die longitudinalen Ampèreschen Kräfte und Webers Elektrodynamik" (Fusion, 16 (1995) 15)

20. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "The Turn of the Tide: Recent Neo-Newtonian Physics in Europe" (Flagstaff SWARM / AAAS Meeting, June 1996)

21. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "About the Local Tapping of Energy" (Proc. Of the Int. Conference ´New Ideas in Natural Sciences´, St-Petersburg, Russia, June 17-22, 1996 (A.Smirnov et al. Organizers) p.299

22. G.Galeczki, "What does the Lorentz Force have to do with Special Relativity?" (Galilean Electrodynamics, 8 (1997) 1)

23. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "Free Trade between Mass and Energy?" (Apeiron, 4 (1997) 82)

24. G.Galeczki, "What does the Lorentz Force have to do with Maxwell´s Equations?", (Galilean Electrodynamics, 9 (1998) 95)

25. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "Order and Coherence: A Question of Size for Matter and Radiation" (Physics Essays,, 10 (1997) 506)

26. G.Galeczki und P.Marquardt, Requiem für die Spezielle Relativität" (Haag + Herchen, GmbH, Frankfurt/Main, 1997, ISBN 3-86137-484-6)
       Comment german see / Kommentar in deutsch siehe (I/B3)

27. G.Galeczki, Clock Rates" (Apeiron, 4 (1997) 127)

28. G.Galeczki, "Laying the Ghost of Relativistic Thermodynamics" (Proc. Of the Cologne Workshop ´Physics As a Science", Aug. 1997, Eds. G.Galeczki, P.Marquardt and P.Wesley)

29. G.Galeczki and P.Marquardt, "The Incompatibility between Special Relativity and Particle Dynamics" (Apeiron, 4 (1997) 122)

30. G.Galeczki, "Clock Rates" (Apeiron, 4 Nr.4 (1997) 127)

31. G.Galeczki, "Space is 3-Dimensional" (Apeiron, 6, Nr.1-2 (1999) 111)

32. G.Galeczki, "Physical Laws in Extended Systems" (in: "Instantaneous Action at a Distance: Pros and Contra", Eds. A. Chubykalo and R. Smirnov-Rueda, in the series "Contemporary Physics", Nova Science. Books and Journals, 1999) ISBN 1-56072-698

33. G.Galeczki, "On the Role of Space and Time in Relativity Theory" (Apeiron, 5, Nr. 1-2 (1998) 133)

34. G.Galeczki, "Pure Relativity" (Apeiron, 6, Nr. 1-2 (1999) 141)

35. G.Galeczki, "Dynamic Gamma Factor: Yes; Lorentz Transformation: No" (Proceedings of the Natural Philosophical Alliance, Meeting of the SWRM Division of the AAAS, Santa Fe, NM, 11-15 April, 1999)

36. G.Galeczki, "Two-Way Averaging in "Special" Relativity: Why?" (Proceedings of the International Conference: "Galileo Back IN ITALY II", 26-28 May, 1999, Bologna, pp.352-359)

37. G.Galeczki, "Do Black Holes Exist?" (Apeiron, 7, Nr. 1-2 (2000) 127)

38. G.Galeczki, "Minkowski Invariant Incompatible with any Equation of Motion", Journal of New Energy, Fall 2001 (Proc. Of the 2nd Int. Workshop: Physics as a Science, Galeczki, Marquardt, Wesley Eds.)

39. G. Galeczki, "Special Relativity's Heel of Achilles: The Units of Measurement", Journal of New Energy, Fall 2001 (Proc. Of the 2nd Int. Workshop: Physics as a Science, Galeczki, Marquardt, Wesley, Editors)

40. G. Galeczki, "Lagrange vs. Euler and Einstein" (Special issue of Journal of New Energy, winter 2002)

41. G. Galeczki, "Physics and the Principle of Mach" (Proc. of the Kharagpur Conference on Mach's Principle, and Inertia", Org. Amithaba Gosh, Apeiron Press 2002)

42. G. Galeczki, "Short Essay on Closed Sytems, Hierarch and Radiation" (Proc. of the Swansea Workshop, 2001, to be published as a Nova Science Publ. Book in 2002)

43. G. Galeczki, "Physics and the True Continuum" (Proc. of the PIRT 8 Conference, Imperial College, Org. Michael Duffy, Sept.2002)

Workshop "Physics as a Science"

Between July 1st and July 5th 2002 the 3rd workshop >Physics as a Science< took place in Arrecife de Lanzarote, conducted by George Galeczki and Peter Marquardt, authors of the publication "Requiem for the Special Relativity" (List number 26.). The first 2 meetings had taken place in Cologne in 1997 and 2000. The aim of these workshops is an open, uncensored discussion of today's situation of fundamental physics and is an attempt to overcome the crisis of physics and its disastrous loss of popularity through alternative approaches. The minutes of these meetings are available as a special edition of the 'Journal of New Energy' of winter 2002/2003.

Zwischen dem 1. und 5. Juli 2002 fand in Arrecife de Lanzarote (Kanarische Inseln) unter der Leitung von George Galeczki und Peter Marquardt, die Autoren des "Requiem für die Spezielle Relativität" (Liste Nr. 26.), das 3. Workshop "Physics as a Science" statt. Die ersten zwei Treffen fanden in 1997 und 2000 in Köln statt. Der Zweck dieser Workshops ist die offene, unzensierte Diskussion der heutigen Lage der Fundamentalphysik und der Versuch, durch alternative Wege die Krise der Physik und ihren katastrophalen Verlust an Popularität zu überwinden. Die Tagungsberichte sind als Sonderheft des 'Journal of New Energy' im Winter 2002/2003 erschienen.

Prof. Assis, André K.T.
Dr. Collins, Glen
Fox, Hal, Editor of Journal of New Energy and New Energy News
Prof. Dr. Galeczki, George
Prof. Gonzales de Posada, Francisco
Dr. Gonzales Redondo, Francisco
Dr. Hatch, Ronald R.
Dr. Lucas, Charles W., Jr.
Marinsek, Johann
Dr. Marquardt, Peter
Prof. Melehy, Mahmoud A.
Dr. Müller, Francisco J.
Eng. Munch, Neil E.
Prof. Múnera, Hector
Dr. Renshaw, Curtis E.
Prof. Spencer, Domina Eberle
Prof. Thim, Hartwig
Prof. Wesley, J. Paul

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Comments by Helmut Hille: This site published on request of my friend Dr. Galeczki. All details based on his indications.
In the light of recent event, I would like to point out that opinions and publications of the participants of the workshop are independent from my theses and can therefore not be imputed to Dr. Galeczki or myself, which should actually be self evident. Contrary allegations are likely black-hearted.

Anmerkungen von Helmut Hille: Diese Seite habe ich auf Wunsch meines Freundes Dr. Galeczki hier veröffentlicht. Alle Angaben von ihm.
Aus gegebenen Anlass muss ich darauf hinweisen, dass Meinungen und Veröffentlichungen der Teilnehmer des Workshops völlig unabhängig von den von Dr. Galeczki und mir vertretenen Thesen sind und beiden nicht zugerechnet werden können, was eigentlich selbstverständlich ist. Gegenteilige Behauptungen sind rein böswillig.

About the Person Dr. Georg(e) Galeczki (1945 - 2016)

Peter Marquardt (left), Georg Galeczki (right) Georg(e) Galeczki (*1945 in Lugosch), who did his doctorate in Haifa in 1980 and who was awarded the Landau-Prize for his further papers and research in theoretical physics, is expert for magnetism and HgCdTe infrared detectors. Since 1980, he has concurrently been engaged with his industrial and research activities and very intensely with basic research. He is the author of more than 50 publications, among them 20 critical papers on relativity, quantum theory and cosmology. He has multiple entries in the Dictionary of International Biography and in Who is Who in the World.
By courtesy of the publishers, taken from the website "Kritische Stimmen zur Relativitätstheorie" (Critical Voices on Theory of Relativity) under "Über uns", (About us) with further details and also biographical data on Dr. Peter Marquardt. - (Translation by Martha Greiner-Jetha)

Originaltext: Georg Galeczki (*1945 in Lugosch) 1980 am Technion in Haifa promoviert und für seine weiteren Arbeiten mit dem Landau-Forschungspreis ausgezeichnet, ist Fachmann für Magnetismus und HgCdTe-Infrarot-Detektoren. Seit 1980 befaßt er sich parallel zu seiner Industrie- und Forschungstätigkeit intensiv mit Grundlagenforschung. Autor von über 50 Veröffentlichungen, darunter 20 kritische Arbeiten über Relativität, Quantentheorie und Kosmologie. Mehrfach im Dictionary of International Biography und im Who is Who in the World erwähnt.
Mit Genehmigung der Herausgeber entnommen aus "Kritische Stimmen zur Relativitätstheorie" unter "Über uns", dort mit weiteren Angaben sowie auch Biographisches zu Dr. Peter Marquardt.

His Texts in WAYS OF THINKING (4)

  • "EPPUR SI MUOVE" - Between Instrumentalism and Realism  - with image
         translated in (I/B3)

  • The fundamental Difference between Gravity and Electricity
         translated in (I/B10)

         look List number 39.

  • The II-nd List of Publications. And the Workshop "Physics as a Science"
         comments bilingual

    His Translations in WAYS OF THINKING (13)  - each noted
    Author: Helmut Hille
    Sequence how Index
    The Original Titles look appendage from WAYS OF THINKING  - link below

  • The Reality Principle as Strategy of Knowledge

  • Fundamentals of a Theory of Measurement


  • General Foundation of Mechanics

  • The Meaning of Axioms

  • Gravity and Inertia as Complementary Aspects

  • An Upside-Down World. Two Ways of Thinking and four Wrongnesses

  • Einstein's Dilemma

  • GOD'S BIG-BANG? Comments on the Open Questions of Cosmology

  • A Plea for Holistic Effects

  • Gadamer and the Problem of Hermeneutics

  • The Generation of Spirituality

  • What is Life? The End of the Hen-Egg Problem?

    Dr. George Galeczki Passing

    (born 12 Dec 1945, deceased 20 April 2016)

    George was a multi talented scientist, at home in theory, experiment – and in at least 6 languages (among which Hungarian, Rumanian, Hebrew, and, of course, English, German, and French). He had an adventurous life. Born in Lugoj (Romania, close to the Hungarian border), he got his PhD in 1980 at the Technion in Haifa (Israel). He specialized on semiconductor infra red detectors and magnetism. For his work he was awarded the Landau Research Prize.

    A report in a Hebrew newspaper about a project at the 2nd Physics Institute of Cologne University caught his interest and he decided to join the German group there for a sabbatical. He was to stay in Cologne for the rest of his life. Fitting to his widespread interests, he worked in various fields, from semiconductor physics to what then was called “mesoscopics”, the physics of small particles (a field to become “nanotechnology” later). He added to practically all topics in the Cologne group and was a welcome participant in brainstorming sessions. After his contract expired, he turned to fundamental physics, realizing that mainstream physics lived with many -often severe- flaws. When he happened to meet me one day at the institute library (both of us held no position there any more), he took me aside with a mysterious “did you know that special relativity is completely wrong?”. No, I didn’t, but I was to learn soon. Now my interest was caught. That was in 1994. George introduced me to an incredibly rich amount of material he had been collecting over the years – he was a living encyclopedia.

    This is when we teamed up. In summer 1995 we attended a small and very private “dissident” workshop in Munich on cosmology organized by Halton Arp. In the sequence of events, George, always agile and pushy, founded the “Society for the Advancement of Physics” (which we abandoned years later after the influence of not-so-serious-for-science voices dominated the scene). And he urged me to become his co-author of a book we ironically titled “Requiem für die spezielle Relativität” (published 1997 in German). Financially, the book was a flop. Not so scientifically – it arouse a loud and controversial echo in the press and among physicists on both sides, pro and con. That was George’s cup of tea. He seemed to enjoy good solid arguments and did not avoid juicy disputes. It was fun to write the book, my part being mainly the linguistic aspect; George supplied most of the scientific material, and what material! And it was fun to hear the echo – usually a good sign that you have hit where it hurts. George also organized 2 international workshops titled “Physics as a Science” in Cologne. The first one in late August 1997 was overshadowed by the suicide of the Bulgarian dissident Stefan Marinov in July who had been invited to participate. The participants came from Austria, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, and mostly the USA (the latter were our first contact with the then NPA). The second Cologne workshop followed in 2000; another one in Lanzarote in Summer 2002. At that time, nobody knew that it was to be George’s last major contribution to dissident activities. In December 2002, he suffered a severe stroke, followed by a second stroke years later from which he never recovered.

    George has a large collection of papers on various different fields to his credit, a rich legacy that documents his universal interest not only in physics. He was a wiz in math, too, who was able to fight defenders of faulty theories in their own field. His international correspondence fills 7 thick letter files! Quite a few dissidents will remember well him from various meetings (including early conferences of NPA), with his vivid style in presenting a talk and his not always exactly diplomatic contributions to discussions. To him, scientific strictness meant more than hollow politeness. He was a scientist at heart gifted with infectious enthusiasm and a sometimes hurting kind of honesty and courage that mainstream physics needs so badly.

    Peter Marquardt  (Cologne, Oct. 2016)
    John Chappell Natural Philosophy Society/Alliance
    I thank for the message with link Eckhard Falkenberg

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