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Creation: The Physical Truth
Physical Creation 2006

Physical Creation 2006
Author Harold Aspden
Cover Artist Simon Goggin
Country UK
Language English
Subject(s) Theoretical physics
Physical cosmology
Publisher Book Guild Ltd, UK
(pre-publication version)
Released Oct 26, 2006
Released in English
Media Type Hardcover
Pages 210
Size and Weight 5.3 x 8.5 inches
ISBN ISBN 1-84624-050-6
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Creation: The Physical Truth is a physics and cosmology book written by the British physicist and electrical engineer Harold Aspden in 2006. It is oriented to the general audience as well as to the professional researcher in physics, still presenting some mathematical content (algebraic equations and integral calculus), in order to support the author's conceptions, and insights into the landmarks of the physics development in the 19th and 20th centuries.



The book is an attempt to decipher Nature's messages, as coded in the numerical values of the fundamental physical constants, introducing the reader to a whole new cosmological and physical concept of the universe and the physical world in which we live; that is, that there are two intermeshing worlds, both having three space dimensions, the material world that we can see and the etheric, unseen ghost-like underworld, that we can sense by phenomena which standard model physics has been unable to explain, notably gravitation.

Advancing what can be seen as the foundations of the pregnant Modern Aether Science, it presents an account of how the primary particle of matter, the proton, the nucleus of hydrogen atom, is created and how stars, including our own Sun, are formed; it explains how and why matter is subjected to force of gravity; it gives coherent explanations of many unresolved puzzles in today's physics, for example the nature of the photon, red-shifted light from distant stars (assuming the 'Big Bang' theory of an expanding universe to be unsatisfactory), periodic reversals of the Earth's magnetic poles, cold fusion (known also as 'low-energy nuclear reactions'), and "impossible" free energy devices; and many more themes that defy current astrophysical notions as the big bang, the black hole, or the four-space. The author alerts to the serious risks of the recent pursuit of full-scale fusion power (thermonuclear) reactors and of high-speed impacts experiments in large colliders. He further outlines technological basis and development in order to harness free and clean energy from the 'sea of energy', the Aether, that regulates quantum activity, the deployment and reorganization of which accounts for the creation of matter.


  • Part I: The Golden Experiment
Historical Introduction
Introducing Gravitation
The Schuster-Wilson Hypothesis
Testing a Block of Gold
'Three Men of Trinity'
How Stars are Created
Space Domains
  • Part II: The Creation of Matter
Correcting an Error
The Real Aether
Dr Eagles and the Proton
The Creation of the Proton
Everything Else
  • Part III: Energy and Our Future
Nuclear Fusion
Force Action of the Aether
Power from the Aether
Power from Wisdom
An Epilogue
  • Index

References in the Creation

Historical works

  • Galileu (1564-1642), Dialogue on the Two Chief World Systems
  • Isaac Newton (1642-1727)
Phylosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687)
Opticks (1689)

NOTE: these whole subsections below contain Physics books and papers mentioned in Creation:The Physical Truth; the author mentions them either in order to clarify the basic errors and misconceptions they carry, or to present them as direct or indirect supporting evidence for his theoretical research.

19th century

  • Reverend Willian Whewell (1794-1866)
Novum Organon Renovatum (1858)
Astronomy and General Physics (1833)
  • Reverend Samuel Earnshaw (1805-1888)
On the Nature of the Molecular Forces which Regulate the Constitution of the Luminiferous Ether, in Transactions, Cambridge Philosophical Society, p.77-114, vol. 7 (1842)
  • Clerk Maxwell (1831-79)
Electricity and Magnetism (1873)

Also mentioned

Ampere, Michael Faraday (1791-1867), C.A. de Coulomb (1736-1806), Henry Cavendish (1731-1810)

20th century books

  • William Cecil Dampier Whetham, The Recent Development of Physical Science, p.283, 1904
  • J.H. Jeans, The Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, 1908 & 1925 (5th ed., p. 558, 577)
  • Sir Arthur Eddington, New Pathways in Science, Cambridge University Press, p.237, 1925
  • J.M. Van Gleck, The Theory of Electric and Magnetic Susceptibilities, Oxford University Press, 1932
  • J.H. Jeans, Stars and their Courses, Cambridge University Press, p. 149, 144, 76-77 (1931)
  • Edmund Whittaker, History of the Theories of the Aether and Electricity, first volume: The Classical Theories, p.87 (1951)
  • S.G. Starling and A.J. Woodhall, Physics, 1957 edition
  • Sir Harrie Massey, The New Age in Physics, 1960 & 1966
  • Professor A.M. Taylor, Imagination and the Growth of Science, 1966
  • Condon and Odishaw, Handbook of Physics, McGraw-Hill, 2nd ed. 1967
  • Leon Brillouin, Relativity Reexamined, Academic Press, 1970
  • Brancazio, The Nature of Physics, p.528 (1975)
  • Narlikar, The Structure of the Universe, 1977
  • B.W. Petley, The Fundamental Constants and the Frontier of Measurement, National Physical Laboratory, UK, 1985
  • Paul Davies, The Last Three Minutes, p.95-96, 1994
  • Carrol and Ostlie, An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics, Addison-Wesley, 1996

Special reference

  • Lord Martin Rees, Our Final Century, 2003 (as an example of destructive science doctrine to be avoided)
  • Keith Tutt, The Search for Free Energy, 2001 (as a pioneer example to follow and a fine introduction to free energy concepts and research)

20th century papers

  • Sir J. Larmor, Aether and Matter, in the Philosophical Magazine, vol.44, p.503-512 (1897)
  • Jeans in Nature, vol.70, p.101 (June 1904)
  • H.A. Wilson in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.204, p.121-137 (1905)
  • Neils Bohr in the Philosophical Magazine (1913; four papers)
  • Michelson, Gale and Pearson in the Astrophysical Journal, vol.61, p.140 (1925)
  • Professor Blackett in Nature, vol.159, p.658-666 (1947)
  • Professor Blackett in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, series A, vol.245, p.309-370
  • S.K. Runcorn and others in the Philosophical Magazine, vol.41, p.783-791
  • S.K. Runcorn in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, series A, vol.244, p.113 (1951-52)
  • A.D. Krisch et al, in the Physical Review Letters, 16, 709 (1966)
  • W.T. Scott, Who was Earhshaw, in the American Journal of Physics, vol.27, p.418 (1959)
  • R.A. Lyttleton in the Science Journal, vol.5, p.53 (1969)
  • Richard Faynman, Structure of the Proton, in Science, p.601 (15th Feb 1974)
  • D.M. Eagles in the Int. J. Theor. Phys., 15, 265 (1976)
  • Physics Letters, 66B, 185 (1977)
  • Smoot, Gorenstein and Muller in the Physical Review Letters, vol.39, p.898 (1977)
  • J.D. Sethian, D.A. Hammer and C.B. Wharton in the Physics Review Letters, vol.40, p.451 (1978)
  • Richard E. Hill, The Radioquake Mystery, in the Journal of Home Office Directorate of Telecommunications, UK (December 1978)
  • Aether Drift Detected at Last, in Nature, p.9 (3rd Nov 1977)
  • The Cosmic Background Radiation and the New Aether Drift, in the Scientific American (May 1978)
  • Prentice in Phys. Rep., 83, 102 (1982)
  • WEISSKOPF in Physics Today, 34-11, 69:1981
  • REBBI, The Lattice Theory of the Quantum Confinement, in the Scientific American, 248, 36:1983
  • Van Dick, Moore, Farnham and Schwinberg in the Int. J. Mass Spectroscopy and Ion Processes, 66, 327 (1985)
  • Dave Wark, Neutrinos: Ghosts of Matter, in the Physics World, UK Institute of Physics (June 2005)
  • Critics question reality of the Big Bang, in the Physics World, UK Institute of Physics (6th July 2005)

Experiments and inventions

  • Michelson-Morley experiment (1887)
  • Paulo and Alexandra Correa US patents 5,416,391 and 5,449,989 (1995) and 5,503,354 (1996)
  • Free generators of the Methernitha community in Switzerland

Also mentioned

Aspden mentioned papers

Appendix C: paper presented at a conference held by ANPA, the Alternative Natural Philosophy Association, in Cambridge, England during 9-12 September 1993; the title refers to the 'model proton' but the main point is the triton and theoretical derivation of its lifetime (related to Cold fusion), derived from the author's theoretical model of long standing record (see above 'Calculation of the Proton Mass in a Lattice Model for the Aether', Il Nuovo Cimento, v. 30A, pp. 235-238, (1975))

Also don't forget

Previous writings


  • Physics without Einstein - A Centenary Review (revised edition of his 1969 book "Physics without Einstein"), 2005. (pdf available)
  • The Physics of Creation (containing more than 40 years of theoretical research), 2003. (html and pdf available)


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