William R Jones
William R. Jones
|Born||May 20, 1920|
|Died||August 1, 1997|
|Residence||Melbourne, FL, United States|
|Known for||Ether, Gravity, Pushing Gravity|
Jones' essay, "The Quality of Ether", won 2nd place in the 1976 essay contest sponsored by the Association for Pushing Gravity Research.
- Germantown High School
- Swarthmore College, BS in Mechanical Engineering, 1942
- Postgraduate studies in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Engineering Administration at Columbia University
"US Navy, 10 years active duty in shipyard construction at shipyards in Charleston, SC, Quincey, MA, Seattle, and Fort Lauderdale. Also service at Bureau of Ships, Wahsington. Instructor in Engineering at Pratt Institute and Syracuse University, total of two and one-half years. Industrial production work at Schaefer Brewery and Johnson and Johnson for three years. Industrial developments advisor for Agency for International Development in Panama, Honduras, Bolivia, and Paraguay for a total of 11 years. Industrial development advisor for United Nations, resident in the Philippines, working also in Korea, Taiwan, and western Pacific, for five years." - [/php2/index.php?tab0=Books&tab1=Display&id=851 Gravitation Based on Dynamic Pushing Converging Stellar Radiations and Reactions Verifying Conservation Laws], p. 32.
"208 First Ave., Melbourne, died Friday, Aug. 1. Cmdr. Jones was a retired industrial engineer for the Navy. Born in Philadelphia, he moved to Central Florida in 1994. Survivors: daughter, Dian Croce, Melbourne Beach; brother, Franklin, Fort Collins, Colo.; two grandchildren. Brownlie and Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne." - The Orlando Sentinel (2 Aug 1997).
- 1992 - "Unification of Physical Theory Via an Aether"
- 1991 - "The Infinite Aether"
- 1989 - "On the Discussion of Objections to the Aether and Evidence for Its Existence"
- 1987 - "How the Ether Replaces Relativity"
- 1986 - "Toward Understanding Nature, Or How an Aether May Unify Physical Theory"
- 1983 - "[[The Quality of the Ether
(How much energy, mass, and momentum converge on each cc of 1 space?)]]"