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On the conference of both, Czech and Slovak physicists in Žilina 1993 there were installed two posters:



Expecially the first poster called forth an immense interest. Undoubtedly it was the largest "crowd of physicists" surrounding the author being just on the opposite side of corridor - the colleagues were like wasps swarming there. Requesting from the author an extemporized lecture on the last day of the conference. Unfortunately the duration on this one was held too shortly as many of participants being pressed for time (train, departure, etc.) and some were urgent to leave, but they insisted encouraging the author to publish this matter in dispute. It appears that the author has the chance finally his work to publish now.

The second poster has been delivered into some editorships as JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS with the following valuation: is doesn't suit our Journal, send it please to a Journal where the nucleus problem is being topical. Specialized Journal "NUCLEAR PHYSICS" : it is not suitable for our Journal or send it please, to some mathematic Journal (similarly Journals in Florence, Prague, Bratislava).

The work: WHAT WAS NOT FINISHED BY EINSTEIN, A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF FOUNDAMENTALS IN PHYSICS, respectively has been reviewed in more than twenty editorial offices all over the world. Single resoundings on the conference, concerning the given lecture, beginning with the exclusively negative ones up to the enthusiastic and encouraging respectively which had the intention to insinuate the author not to discontinue his trials to apply for publishing his work in some other more qualified journal.

This correspondence proceeds since 1985 until now. The most frequent objections: the article itself is too spacious. In a shortened or reduced form of the matter in dispute into partial articles, such as: The intensity of the moving charge, New relations for the Doppler's Principle, Non-linear form of the interenference field, The Maxwell's equations..., there were objections and references to the just missing matter in dispute. Many parts as e.g. The intensity of moving charge, then The Generalized law of inertia, The Huygens principle... are valuated as "good points" of the theory. The valuation comprises some apparently correct ones from the stand point of the ancient terminology. From the view of the recent terminology such resoundings do make a childish naive impression (e.g. straight-line uniform motion, inertial systems, space-time). The author reveals the fundamentals, the roots respectively, from which the whole classical and simultaneously the contemporary physics gets unfolded. He doesn't enfold these roots into some new opaque relations, that do understand some two or three physicists all over the world: "The theory of relativity is being intelligible for two persons only i.e. Einstein and Wheeler". Eddington: "and who might be the third?"

The author applies simple mathematical operations, that are being understood by every secondary school student and moreover by everyone with a "peasantry ingenuity".

Every physicist is able to unfold immediately the results of the mentioned author, without being constrained analysing the theory toilfully from some complicated relations, but he is able to employ it for further resulting consequences.

Let us wish to every one inspired by this theory, to add a few further pebbles, Newton begun to look for on the rivage of knowledge.

Bratislava June, 1996
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