Viv Pope (Neville Vivian Pope) is Research Associate of the Department of Mathematics, University of Keele. He is a member of the British Society for the Philosophy of Science (BSPS) and is a regular contributor to the biennial conferences on Physical Interpretations of Relativity (PIRT). He was the editor of the philosophical section of a book entitled Instantaneous Action-at-a-Distance in Modern Physics: Pro and Contra (Nova Science, NY). His published papers deal specifically with fundamental problems of space, time and motion.
2005 0-7734-6064-0 The author advances and extends the debate on unmediated instantaneous action and correlation at a distance. It is a coherent collection of contributions, by an international group of science scholars, resulting from a series of workshops held at the University of Wales, Swansea, in 2001 and 2002. The editors of this book share a common view that action or correlation at a distance is simply a fact of nature. From that starting point, it offers a number of different arguments, analyses and theoretical perspectives. The book does not represent the end of the debate, but rather a beginning, which could lead to a new physics and a more accurate view of nature.