Joseph A. Rybczyk
Physicist, Researcher, Writer
Retiring from the aerospace and defense industries in 1996, Joseph Rybczyk has since become an independent researcher in theoretical physics. First serving in the U.S. Air Force between 1955 and 1959, he then entered the industry where he worked in various roles with the RCA defense systems as a contractor working for the U.S. government. He was also involved in the early programs for NASA, including moon probes. A senior wireman at that time, Mr. Rybczyk built the equipment and was a technical worker for these NASA projects. He then acquired an engineering position in the same industry with United Aircraft Corporation and became an instructor/examiner after earning the NASA certification before spending the remainder of his career as an engineering manager and senior manufacturing engineer at the Lockheed Martin Tactical Defense Systems in Horsham, PA.
Mr. Rybczyk has contributed several inventions in his field and acquired a patent for a man-powered propulsion device in 1986. He has conducted an extensive amount of research, including on the theory of natural motion, time and energy, the laws of acceleration, inertia and gravity, millennium relativity, velocity composition, and relativistic motion perspective. His research has resulted in the contribution of papers that has been included in the Library of Congress. Mr. Rybczyk has authored more than 100 scientific papers in his field to date, including the initial main paper, Millennium Theory of Relativity. In 2002, he established his own website, where his published papers can be viewed. Notably, he concluded that Einstein's theory of relativity could not be right, which was controversial and led his early papers not to be published.
In 2009, the culminating effect of thirteen years of intensive research led Mr. Rybczyk to the final conclusion that Einstein's theory of relativity was incapable of being corrected and was, in fact, invalid beyond question. Mr. Rybczyk then went on to derive the cause and effect principles of relativity based on his earlier findings that contrary to Einstein's theory of relativity, the principles of constant light speed and the slowing of time in the moving frame are not valid. Then, over the next nine years, using the spherical reference frames that he introduced and refined in his previous research, he derived and perfected the cause and effect principles of relativity into the final form given on his website as of the time of this Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who's Who. Mr. Rybczyk is absolutely positive that his cause and effect principles are the correct scientific principles underlying the foundation of modern relativistic physics.
Earning a Technical Diploma from DeVry Institute of Technology in Chicago in 1976, Mr. Rybczyk has been a NASA certified instructor/examiner through the George C. Marshal Space Flight Center since 1965. He has also been technical certified by the U.S. Air Force at the Air Training Command at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base since 1956. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Rybczyk had three children with his wife during his early years. Upon separating in 1985 he has been with his life partner, Dolores Brannan ever since. Included in every edition of Who's Who in America between 2004 and 2014, he has also been cited in various editions of Who's Who in Science and Engineering and Who's Who in the World.
In recognition of outstanding contributions to his profession and the Marquis Who's Who community, Joseph A. Rybczyk has been featured on the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement website. Please visit www.ltachievers.com for more information about this honor.