|Born||August 9, 1908|
|Died||February 1, 1994|
|Residence||Berkeley, CA, United States|
|Known for||Special Relativity|
Lee Coe was a staunch crusader against special relativity since 1932. His success at placing his papers on programs of the AAAS Pacific Division opened the door for other dissident physicists and cosmologists, leading directly to the June 1994 San Francisco meeting that founded the NPA.
- 1991 - "Galilean-Newtonian Relativity versus Einsteinian Relativity"
- 1989 - "Resolving Olbers' Paradox"
- 1988 - "Big Bang: The Need for New Experiments"
- 1988 - "[[Inertial Gravity and Cosmology