All the works in physics presented in this web site were developed by Eliyahu Comay.
Eliyahu Comay (born 1932) is a theoretical physicist. All along his career he remained true to his beliefs and did not hesitate to cast doubt on common scientific beliefs. Many of his scientific articles contain predictions, which contradict the wall to wall consensus that prevailed within the particle physics community.
To cite only a few of them we would mention that he predicted that the Higgs particle, Dirac monopoles, glueballs, strange quark matter, pentaquarks, di-baryons and the electric Aharanov-Bohm effect would not be found.
To this date, none of his predictions was refuted.
The author, Ofer Comay (born 1957), has an M.Sc. degree in mathematics from Tel Aviv University. Along with his father, Eliyahu Comay, he founded a software company which specializes in document image understanding.
Ofer likes to play with the amusing sides of mathematics. He was the world champion in chess problem solving (3 times). When he was young he won the Israeli Olympiad for Youth in mathematics (organized by Weizmann Institute). His hobby is to compose chess problems and mathematical riddles.