Table of Contents for Subquantum Kinetics

Chapter 1 - Overview of the Methodology
   A New Paradigm for Microphysics
   Process and Order
   Experiments Contradicting the Assumption
     of Relative Frames
   Concluding Remarks

Chapter 2 - Basic Concepts
   Etheron Assumptions
   Definitions of Space and Time
   Ether Substrates
   Reactive Behavior
   Ether Kinetic Equations
   Etheric Force: The Prime Mover
   Diffusive Behavior
   Etheron Conservation
   Quantum Level Correlates

Chapter 3 - Model G
   Toward a Unified Field Theory
   The Reaction Scheme
   System Behavioral Modes
   Stability Criteria
   Gravity Potential in the Early Universe
   A Model G Alternative

Chapter 4 - The Emergence of Particles and Fields
   The Spontaneous Creation of Matter
   The Production of Electrostatic Charge
   The Production of Gravity
   Matter Autogenesis
   Matter/Antimatter Creation Asymmetry
   Computer Simulations of Model G
   Experimental Confirmation of the Dissipative
     Structure Model of Subatomic Particles
   Dissipative Structure Coherence and Entropy
   Foundation for a New Wave Theory of Matter
   Electron Orbital Quantization

Chapter 5 - Fields and Forces
   Force and Acceleration
   The Gravitational Field of a Subatomic Particle
   The Electrostatic Field of a Subatomic Particle
   The Field Distribution Inside a Subatomic Particle
   The Magnetic Field
   The Spin of a Subatomic Particle
   The Nuclear Force
   Special and General Relativistic Considerations

Chapter 6 - Energy Wave Behavior
   Hertzian and Non-Hertzian Potential Waves
   Gravity Waves
   Flaws in Maxwell's Equations

Chapter 7 - The Cosmological Redshift
   The Expanding Universe Hypothesis
   Interpreting the Redshift with Model G
   History of the Tired-Light Model
   The Angular-Size-Redshift Test
   The Tolman Surface Brightness Test
   The Hubble Diagram Test
   The Galaxy Number-Count-Magnitude Test
   The Supernova Data: Evidence for Time Dilation?
   The Redshift Quantization Effect
   Beyond the Big Bang
   The Reality of Energy Nonconservation

Chapter 8 - Matter Creation
   Cosmological Evolution
   The Age of the Universe
   A Range Limit to Gravity

Chapter 9 - Genic Energy
   The Photon Amplification Rate
   Predicting the Mass-Luminosity Relation
   M-L Data for Planets and Red Dwarf Stars
   The Brown Dwarf Prediction Verified
   Upper Main Sequence Stars
   Modeled Genic Energy Outputs
   Hot Jupiters
   The Pioneer 10 Maser Signal Anomaly
   Stellar Pulsation
   White Dwarfs
   Hyperon X-ray Stars
   Do Black Holes Really Exist
   Novae, Supernovae, and Galactic Core Explosions

Chapter 10 - Stellar Evolution
   Main Sequence Evolution
   The Age Structure of Stellar Populations
   The Formation of Binary Star Systems
   Post Main Sequence Evolution
   The Evolution of Stellar Cores

Chapter 11 - Electrogravitics
   Townsend Brown's Flying Discs
   Report GRG 013/56
   Corporate Interest
   Brown's Paris Experiments
   Recent Experiments

Chapter 12 - Conclusion

Appendices A and B