Books

LaViolette, P. A. Subquantum Kinetics: A Systems Approach to Physics and Cosmology. Niskayuna, NY: Starlane Publications, 2010, 2003; first edition 1994.

LaViolette, P. A. Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology. Rochester, VT: Bear and Co., 2008. (Also in German).

LaViolette, P. A. Decoding the Message of the Pulsars: Intelligent Communication from the Galaxy. Rochester, VT: Bear and Co., 2006; first edition, The Talk of the Galaxy published 2000.

LaViolette, P. A. Earth Under Fire: Humanity's Survival of the Ice Age. Rochester, VT: Bear and Co., 2005; first edition published 1997. (Also in Italian and Russian).

LaViolette, P. A. Genesis of the Cosmos: The Ancient Science of Continuous Creation. Rochester, VT: Bear & Co., 2004; first edition Beyond the Big Bang, 1995. (Also in Greek, Hungarian, Czech).

LaViolette, P. A. Galactic Superwaves and Their Impact on the Earth. Niskayuna, NY: Starlane Publications, tenth edition 2009, first edition 1998; update of his Ph.D. dissertation "Galactic Explosions, Cosmic Dust Invasions, and Climatic Change." Portland State Univ., (1983) Portland, Oregon, pp. 763.

Bertalanffy, L. von (P. LaViolette, ed.) A Systems View of Man, Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1981.

 

Papers:

Physics, Astronomy, and Climatology:

LaViolette, P. A., and Pulver, M. "Stationary dissipative solitons of Model G." (2011) submitted.

LaViolette, P. A. "The cosmic ether: Introduction to subquantum kinetics," Ch. 12 in E. Laszlo (ed.) The Cosmic Internet. (2011) in press.

LaViolette, P. A., "Evidence for a solar cause of the Pleistocene mass extinction." Radiocarbon 53(2) (2011):303 - 323.

LaViolette, P. A. "The electric charge and magnetization distribution of the nucleon: Evidence of a subatomic Turing wave pattern." International Journal of General Systems 37(6) (Dec. 2008): 649 - 676.

----------. "The Pioneer maser signal anomaly: Possible confirmation of spontaneous photon blueshifting." Physics Essays 18(2) (2005):150-163.

----------. "Solar cycle variations in ice acidity at the end of the last ice age: Possible marker of a climatically significant interstellar dust incursion." Planetary and Space Science 53 (2005): 385 - 393.

----------. "Evidence that radio pulsars may be artificial beacons of ETI origin," (abs.) 195th American Astronomical Society meeting, Atlanta, January 12, 2000.

----------. "Brown dwarf discovery confirms theory of spontaneous energy generation." Infinite Energy 1(5 & 6) (1996): 31. Reprinted in New Energy News 3(9) (1996): 17-18.

----------. "The matter of creation." Physics Essays 7(1) (1994): 1 ­ 8.

----------. "Anticipation of the Ulysses interstellar dust findings." Eos 74(44) (1993): 510 ­ 511.

----------. "The planetary-stellar mass-luminosity relation: Possible evidence of energy nonconservation?" Physics Essays 5(4) (1992): 536 ­ 544; erratum: Physics Essays 6, (1993).

----------. "Detecting Galactic superwaves." Proceedings of the 1990 International Tesla Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO. Intl. Tesla Soc., Denver Section IEEE, 1991, pp. 5.21 ­ 5.27.

----------. "A Tesla wave physics." Proceedings of the 1990 Intl. Tesla Symp., Colorado Springs, CO. Intl. Tesla Soc., Denver Section IEEE, 1991, pp. 5.1 ­ 5.19.

----------. "An open system approach to energy wave propagation." Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the International Society for Systems Science, Portland, Oregon, 1990, pp. 1119 ­ 1126.

----------. "Galactic core explosions and the evolution of life." Anthropos 12, 1990, pp. 239 ­ 255.

----------. "Regarding the validity of polar trace metal data: A reply." Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 233 (1988): 221 ­ 224.

----------. "The cometary break-up hypothesis reexamined." Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society 224 (1987): 945 ­ 951.

----------. "Cosmic ray volleys from the Galactic center and their recent impact on the Earth environment." Earth, Moon, and Planets 37 (1987): 241 ­ 286.

----------. "Is the universe really expanding?" The Astrophysical Journal 301 (1986): 544 ­ 553.

----------. "An introduction to subquantum kinetics, Part I -- An overview of the methodology, Part II -- An open system description of particles and fields, Part III -- The cosmology of subquantum kinetics" International Journal of General Systems, Special Issue on Systems Thinking in Physics Vol. 11(4) (1985): 281 - 293, 295 - 328, 329 - 345.

----------. "Evidence of high cosmic dust concentrations in Late Pleistocene polar ice." Meteoritics 20 (1985): 545 ­ 558.

----------. "Galactic superwaves and their effect on the Earth and Solar System." (abs.) Presented at the Galaxy and Solar System Conference, Tucson, Jan. 1985.

----------. "Elevated concentrations of cosmic dust in Wisconsin stage polar ice." (abs.) Meteoritics 18, p. 336; 46th meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Mainz, September 1983.

----------. "The terminal Pleistocene cosmic event: Evidence for recent incursion of nebular material into the Solar System." (abs.) Eos 64, p. 286; Spring AGU meeting, Baltimore, May 1983.

 

Space Propulsion:

----------. "The U.S. Antigravity Squadron," Proceedings of the International Symp. on New Energy, Denver, CO, IANS, 1993. Reprinted in: T. Valone (ed.) Electrogravitics Systems: Reports on a New Propulsion Methodology. Washington, DC.: Integrity Research Inst., 1994.

----------. "Electrogravitic theory: Explaining the operating principle of Brown's electric devices." Paper presented at the 1994 symposium sponsored by the Intl. Science Forum Network.

----------. "Electrogravitics situation update: Black holes in NASA and indications of continuing aerospace development." Proceedings of the 1994 International Tesla Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO. Intl. Tesla Soc., Denver Section IEEE, 1991,Colorado Springs, CO. Intl. Tesla Soc., Denver Section IEEE, 1994.

----------. "A theory of electrogravitics." Electric Spacecraft Journal, Issue 8 (1992): 33 ­ 36.

----------. "Electrogravitics: Back to the future." Electric Spacecraft Journal, Issue 4 (1991): 23 ­ 28.

----------. "Electrogravitics: An energy efficient means of spacecraft propulsion." NASA, 1990 Space Exploration Outreach Program (idea submission), 1990. Reprinted in Explore Magazine 3 (1991): 76 ­ 79.

 

Cognitive Science and Educational Psychology:

LaViolette, P. A. "Teaching with feeling in mind." On the Beam 6 (1986).

----------. "The thermodynamics of the aha experience." Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Society for General Systems Research, San Francisco, Jan. 1980; Reprinted in: (1982) W. Gray, et al. (eds.) General Systems Theory and the Psychological Sciences (Vol. I). Intersystems Press, CA.

----------. "Thoughts about thoughts about thoughts: The emotional-perceptive cycle theory." Man-Environment Systems 9 (1979):15 ­ 47.

 

Environmental Science and Alternate Energy:

LaViolette, P. A. "Subquantum kinetics: Exploring the crack in the First Law." Proceedings of the 26th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (Advanced Energy Concepts Session), Boston, 1991, 6 pp.

Laszlo, E., LaViolette, P. A., et al. Goals for Mankind: A report to the Club of Rome on the New Horizons of Global Community. New York: Dutton, 1977.

LaViolette, P. A. & Murray, R.. "Assessing the solar transition." In I. Laszlo and J. Bierman (Eds.) Goals in a Global Community Vol. l, (Technical Papers to the 4th Report to the Club of Rome). Pergamon Press, New York, 1977, pp. 221 ­ 278.

LaViolette, P. A. "Freezing the fire service out of performance." Fire Independent (May ­ June, 1976): 3 ­ 5.

----------. "The dual bag rebreather ­ New hope for a safe, light fire service breathing apparatus," Fire Independent (March 1977): 5 ­ 7,18.

LaViolette, P. A., and Reist, P. "An improved pulsation dampener for use with mass respirable sampling devices," American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal (May 1972): 279 ­ 282.

 

Economics:

LaViolette, P. A. "The predator-prey relationship and its appearance in stock market trend fluctuations. General Systems 19 (1974):181 ­ 194. Reprinted in: Systems and Management Annual, edited by C. West Churchman Petrocelli, New York, 1975, pp. 15 ­ 56.

 

Patents:

LaViolette, P. A. "A self-contained closed circuit breathing apparatus," U.S. Patent No. 3,837,337 (1974); Canadian Patent No. 976,833 (1975).