Simanonok, K.E. Antinuclear Nutrition: Background and Principles for Reducing the Internal Radiation Dose After Nuclear Contamination or Nuclear Disaster.  Thesis, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 1981.

Simanonok, K.E. Elastooptic photon signal modulation in collagenic fiber optics of tendon. Biomaterials, Medical Devices, and Artificial Organs  11:83-92, 1983.

Riggins, R.S., K. Simanonok, D.W. Lewis, and A.H. Smith. Weight bearing: its lack of effect on fracture healing. International Orthopaedics  9: 199-203, 1985.

Simanonok, K.E. and E.M. Bernauer. Hemorrhage as a countermeasure to fluid shifts in water immersion. (abstract) Physiologist  28:285, 1985.

Simanonok, K.E. Blood Volume Reduction as a Countermeasure to Fluid Shifts in Water Immersion.  Dissertation, University of California, Davis, 1989.

Mulvagh, S.L., H.F. DeBlock, K. Simanonok, M.D. Stricklin, and J.B. Charles. Cardiac rhythm disturbances before and after space flight. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions , 1990 (abstract).

Simanonok, K.E., E.C. Moseley, and J.B. Charles. Space sickness predictors suggest fluid shift involvement and possible countermeasures. Proc. Fifth Ann. Space Operations, Applications, and Research Symposium  (SOAR 91), July 9-11, 1991, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, 595-604, 1992. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/IUpvfj

Simanonok, K.E., R. Srinivasan, and J.B. Charles. Computer simulation of preflight blood volume reduction as a countermeasure to fluid shifts in spaceflight. Proc. Fifth Ann. Space Operations, Applications, and Research Symposium  (SOAR 91), July 9-11, Houston, TX, 605-608, 1992. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/HEd56w

R.S. Srinivasan, K.E. Simanonok, and J.B. Charles. Computer simulation of circulatory responses to bed rest with reduced blood volume. Proc. 13th Ann. Internat. Conf. IEEE Eng. in Med. & Biol. Soc.,  Vol. 13, Part 5, 1991. pp 1951-1952.

Simanonok, K.E., R. Srinivasan, and J.B. Charles. A computer simulation study of preadaptation of the circulation by removal of different blood volumes to counteract central fluid shifts. Physiologist  35:S111-S112, suppl., 1992. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/It1C8V

Simanonok, K.E., E.C. Moseley, and J.B. Charles. Space sickness predictors and the fluid shift (abstract). Schedule of the 39th International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine , Stockholm, August 25-30, 1991. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/HIFugK

Srinivasan, R.S., K.E. Simanonok, and J.B. Charles. Computer simulation analysis of the effects of countermeasures for reentry orthostatic intolerance. Physiologist  35:S165-S168, 1992. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/JkaAWK

Srinivasan, R.S., K.E. Simanonok, and J.B. Charles. Computer simulation applications in planning studies of a new counter- measure to fluid shifts in weightlessness. Aviat. Space Environ. Med.  63:388, 1992 (abstract).

Simanonok, K.E., E.C. Moseley, and J.B. Charles. Prediction of space sickness in astronauts from preflight fluid, electrolyte, and cardiovascular variables and Weightless Environmental Training Facility (WETF) training. Aviat. Space Environ. Med.  63:423, 1992 (abstract). Google Doc: http://bit.ly/HKNJrc

Tucker, V.L., K.E. Simanonok, and E.M. Renkin. Tissue specific effects of physiologic ANP infusion on blood-tissue albumin transport. Am. J. Physiol.  263:R945-R953, 1992.

Simanonok, K.E., R.S. Srinivasan, and J.B. Charles. Physiologic mechanisms of circulatory and body fluid losses in weightlessness identified by mathematical modeling. Proc. Sixth Ann. Space Operations, Applications, and Research Symposium  (SOAR 92), August 4-6, 1992, NASA Johnson Space Center. Houston, Texas, 598-604, 1993. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/IdClTl

Simanonok, K.E., and E.M. Bernauer. Blood volume reduction counteracts fluid shifts in water immersion. Aviat. Space Environ. Med.  64:139-145, 1993. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/IXGF78

Simanonok, K.E., R.L. Kohl, and J.B. Charles. The relationship between space sickness and preflight diet. Physiologist  36:S90-S91, 1993. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/IK3vVq

Simanonok, K.E., R.S. Srinivasan, and J.B. Charles. Physiologic mechanisms effecting circulatory and body fluid losses in weightlessness as shown by mathematical modeling. Physiologist  36:S112-S113, 1993.

Srinivasan, R.S., K.E. Simanonok, S.M. Fortney, and J.B. Charles. Simulation of the fluid retention effects of a vasopressin analog using the Guyton model of circulation. Physiologist  36:S114-S115, 1993.

Renkin, E.M., V.L. Tucker, H. Wiig, G. Kaysen, L. Sibley, M. DeCarlo, K. Simanonok, and M. Wong. Blood-tissue transport of exogenous albumin and immunoglobulin G in genetically analbuminemic rats. J. Appl. Physiol.  74:559-566, 1993.

Simanonok, K.E. A hypothesis of physiologically functional endogenous light and a mechanism for consciousness. FASEB Journal  7:A627, 1993 (abstract).

Simanonok, K.E., J.L. Homick, and J.B. Charles. A comparison of preflight motion sickness tests and physiologic data for prediction of space sickness susceptibility. Aviat. Space Environ. Med.  64:457, 1993 (abstract).

Purnell, R.K., K.E. Simanonok, and S.R. Ford. Comparison of manual vs. noninvasive finger blood pressure monitoring (Finapres) during hypovolemia. Proceedings of the Gulf Atlantic Anesthesia Resident's Conference , Galveston, TX, May 8-9, 1993 (unnumbered).

Simanonok, K.E., R.S. Srinivasan, E.E. Myrick, A.L. Blomkalns, J.B. Charles. A comprehensive Guyton model analysis of physiologic response to preadaptation of blood volume as a countermeasure to fluid shifts. J. Clin. Pharmacol.  34:440-453, 1994. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/Ipqn8f

Simanonok, K.E. and J.B. Charles. Space sickness and fluid shifts: a hypothesis. J. Clin. Pharmacol.  34:652-663, 1994. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/HK8Qfm

Simanonok, K.E., S.M. Fortney, S.R. Ford, J.B. Charles, and D.F. Ward. The effect of dDAVP with saline loading on fluid balance during LBNP and standing after 24-hr head-down bedrest. J. Grav. Physiol.  1:P-104-5, 1994. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/INv2ki

Srinivasan, R.S., K.E. Simanonok, and J.B. Charles. Computer simulation of the effect of dDAVP with saline loading on fluid balance after 24-hour head-down tilt. J. Grav. Physiol.  1:P-106-7, 1994. Google Doc: http://bit.ly/IUtfxs

Simanonok, K. A theory of consciousness via endogenous light. Noetic Journal  3:1:57-68, 2000.

Simanonok, K. Endogenous light nexus theory of consciousness. light.simanonok.com , Last updated 2008

Simanonok, K. An Endogenous Light Nexus Theory of Consciousness. In: Complementarity of Mind and Body: Realizing the Dream of Descartes, Einstein and Eccles   Ed: R. Amoroso. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., NY, 2010. Chapter 9, pp. 163-180. www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=12759