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TIMEVIOLATING ROTATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE POLARIZATION PLANE BY A DIFFRACTION GRATING
, 1997
"... The equations describing the Tviolating photon scattering by a diffraction grating have been obtained. It is shown, that the Tviolating rotation of the photon polarization plane appear under diffraction in a noncenter symmetrical diffraction grating. The rotation angle gives rise sharply, when the ..."
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the conditions of the photon resonance transmission are satisfied. TIMEVIOLATING ROTATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE
investigation. THE PHENOMENA OF THE TIMEVIOLATING PHOTON POLARIZATION PLANE AND NEUTRON SPIN ROTATION BY A DIFFRACTION GRATING. NEW METHODS OF MEASURING OF THE TIMEVIOLATING INTERACTIONS.
, 1997
"... It is shown, that the new phenomena of the Tviolating photon polarization plane and neutron spin rotation appear under diffraction in a noncentrosymmetrical diffraction grating. The equations describing the Tviolating photon scattering by a diffraction grating and neutron interaction with noncentr ..."
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with noncentrosymmetrical crystal have been obtained. These phenomena may be used for timeviolating interactions
Causality violation and naked time machines
 in AdS(5),” hepth/0103133
"... We study supersymmetric charged rotating black holes in AdS5, and show that closed timelike curves occur outside the event horizon. Also upon lifting to rotating D3 brane solutions of type IIB supergravity in ten dimensions, closed timelike curves are still present. It is argued that these causal an ..."
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We study supersymmetric charged rotating black holes in AdS5, and show that closed timelike curves occur outside the event horizon. Also upon lifting to rotating D3 brane solutions of type IIB supergravity in ten dimensions, closed timelike curves are still present. It is argued that these causal
TIMEREVERSALVIOLATING OPTICAL GYROTROPY
, 2000
"... Timereversalviolating interactions of the electrons and nucleus cause the appearance of new optical phenomena. These phenomena are not only very interesting from fundamental point of view, but give us a new key for studying the timereversalviolating interactions of the elementary particles. Viola ..."
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Timereversalviolating interactions of the electrons and nucleus cause the appearance of new optical phenomena. These phenomena are not only very interesting from fundamental point of view, but give us a new key for studying the timereversalviolating interactions of the elementary particles
Limits on Neutron Lorentz Violation From Pulsar Timing
, 2006
"... Pulsars are the most accurate naturally occurring clocks, and data about them can be used to set bounds on neutronsector Lorentz violations. If SO(3) rotation symmetry is completely broken for neutrons, then pulsars ’ rotation speeds will vary periodically. Pulsar timing data limits the relevant Lo ..."
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Pulsars are the most accurate naturally occurring clocks, and data about them can be used to set bounds on neutronsector Lorentz violations. If SO(3) rotation symmetry is completely broken for neutrons, then pulsars ’ rotation speeds will vary periodically. Pulsar timing data limits the relevant
PHENOMENON OF THE TIMEREVERSALVIOLATING PHOTON POLARIZATION PLANE ROTATION BY A GAS PLACED TO AN ELECTRIC FIELD
, 1998
"... many years ago [1], and remains one of the great unsolved problems in elementary particle physics. Since the discovery of the CPviolation in decay of K0mesons, a few attempts have been undertaken to observe this phenomenon experimentally in different processes. However, that experiments have not b ..."
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not been successful. At the present time novel more precise experimental schemes are actively discussed: observation of the atom [2] and neutron [3] electric dipole moment, Tviolating (time reversal) atom (molecule) spin rotation in a laser wave and Tviolating optical activity of an atomic or molecular
Restoration of Symmetry Violation Based on Classical Quantization of TimeDependent Mean Field
, 1983
"... We investigate the restoration of the symmetry breakdown inherent to the ground state from a viewpoint of the classical quantization of timedependent mean field. We take two examples of trans· lational motion of nuclei and rotation of pseudospin in the degenerate BCS model. A possible extension is ..."
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We investigate the restoration of the symmetry breakdown inherent to the ground state from a viewpoint of the classical quantization of timedependent mean field. We take two examples of trans· lational motion of nuclei and rotation of pseudospin in the degenerate BCS model. A possible extension
Translation in Space by Rotations
"... A new means of nonphotonic electromagnetic propulsion is discussed both theoretically and practically. A history of the problem is carried out pointing out the common pitfalls in the pure experiment line of reasoning adopted by many inventors. We note the problems of all mechanical systems such as ..."
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that, seemingly doesn’t violate the laws of physics. Finally quantitatively we present an intuitive model using the Electrodynamics formalism to ask how this might be possible and not violate conservation laws that are core to the fabric of spacetime we occupy.
AXIALLY SYMMETRIC ROTATING TRAVERSABLE WORMHOLES
, 2004
"... Abstract. This paper generalizes the static and spherically symmetric traversable wormhole geometry to a rotating axially symmetric one with a timedependent angular velocity by means of an exact solution. It was found that the violation of the weak energy condition, although unavoidable, is conside ..."
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Abstract. This paper generalizes the static and spherically symmetric traversable wormhole geometry to a rotating axially symmetric one with a timedependent angular velocity by means of an exact solution. It was found that the violation of the weak energy condition, although unavoidable
Gravitational Effects of Rotating Bodies ∗
, 2001
"... We study two type effects of gravitational field on mechanical gyroscopes (i.e. rotating extended bodies). The first depends on special relativity and equivalence principle. The second is related to the coupling (i.e. a new force) between the spins of mechanical gyroscopes, which would violate the e ..."
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We study two type effects of gravitational field on mechanical gyroscopes (i.e. rotating extended bodies). The first depends on special relativity and equivalence principle. The second is related to the coupling (i.e. a new force) between the spins of mechanical gyroscopes, which would violate
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