Welcome to PHY 2023

7th International Conference on Recent advances in Physics (PHY 2023)

May 13 ~ 14, 2023, Virtual conference

Accepted Papers
Venus Electric: Phenomenology of the Venus Cycle as Evidence of Emf Ontology

L.P. Streitfeld, Independent Scholar


This paper presents an ontology of the synodic Venus cycle in the context of a third theory of physics (IJRAP 11). With the purpose of grounding Pauli’s prophecy of the Aquarian icon arising under the collapsed quantum wave (IJRAP 10), a phenomenological experiment changed the quality of the field to facilitate manifestation. The Hieros Gamos Project released quanta in the form of alchemical art stored for Pauli’s timing mechanism. Triggering the EMF in the human body via live interactive performance, the quanta/qualia marriage of pioneering an invented “co-creation with intention” art/physics techne produced iconography synchronized with a visible EMF trajectory of inner/outer embodiment. This ontological leap “beyond Uncertainty” utilizes the holistic brain to prove “Electric Venus” accessed by inventors was that of ancient Sumerian mythology. The result is an evolutionary template for restoring the holistic face of the bipolar feminine in science — along with the Pauli origin of her magnetic attraction.


electromagnetics, quantum physics, phenomenology, ontology, hierosgamos.

Some Theoretical Aspects of Hydrogen Diffusion in Bcc Metals at Low Temperatures

Serhii Bobyr and Joakim Odqvist, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Brinellvägen 23, SE-100 44, Stockholm, Sweden.


Diffusion of H in Fe and other metals is very important as it leads to engineering problems associated with hydrogen. The modern ab initio modeling will provide a good description of the geometry, energy, and potential energy surface in Me-H systems. However, there is no systematic derivation of the diffusion coefficients in which quantum-statistical effects are considered in a wide temperature range.


hydrogen diffusion; bcc metals; migration of atoms; statistical model; pre-exponential factor; low temperature; quantum-statistical effects.

On the Limits of Pendulums: an Analysis of Horizontal Deviations and Amplitudes of Pendulums in the Detection of Gravitational Waves

Adrian Richard Cruz Salazar, University of the Philippines Manila, Ermita, Manila, Philippines.


In the detection of the very first gravitational waves, certain pieces of sensitive equipment were needed. This was mainly because of the small effects of gravitational waves coming from distant sources. In order to accurately detect these waves, pendulums were used, and the principles governing pendulum motions were utilized in studying the deviations in measurement caused by external disruptions. This study focuses on finding the relationship of these deviations to the ratio of the amplitudes of the mass of a pendulum and its pivot point or shaft. In order to accomplish this, calculations were performed involving different cases of simple pendulum motion. The mechanism of the pendulum is needed in order to accurately stabilize a mirror used in detecting gravitational waves. Better detection of gravitational waves is achieved using pendulums for detectable vibrations as these waves have minimal observable effects brought by the long distances of their source to Earth. Horizontal deviations for the pendulum shaft and mass were deduced. Calculations reveal that the ratio of the amplitudes of the mass and shaft is within a range that depends on the horizontal deviation of the pivot.


Pendulum, Amplitude, Gravitational Waves.

Massive Photon Hypothesis Opens Doors to New Fields of Research

Henri Corniere, Canada.


Mass, an inherent property of matter, is calculated directly for the photon particle from the very classical principles of the kinetic theory of gases. That concept of photon mass is nearly as old as physics itself and in fact nothing prevents this approach to be carried out for a so-called quantum particle, not even its minute size. It is not an end result with no perspective nor other outcome. Quite the opposite, a single ponderable tiny photon frees the mind of old ways of thinking and opens up new paths to a broad field of investigation where the very large can then be described and explained by the very small. This reality of a non-zero mass suddenly shows up in the interpretation of many experiments which become clear and simple to comprehend. Besides, that same key particle has the potential to unlock and solve some long lasting major observational issues or enigmas. All this converges upon its acknowledgement and acceptance.


photon gas, photon mass, CMB radiation, speed of light, photon drag, viscosity.