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THE PROTECTIVE BELT OF SPECIAL RELATIVITY by Pentcho Valev
http://books.google.com/books?id=JokgnS1JtmMC "Relativity and Its Roots" By Banesh Hoffmann, p.92: "There are various remarks to be made about this second...
June 6th 13 01:56 PM
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Kepler stars and planets are bigger than previously thought by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Some of the planets now thought to be Earth-sized, may actually be much bigger. Yousuf Khan Kepler stars and planets are bigger than previously thought -...
June 5th 13 06:18 PM
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a new method to tell if moving towards or away Chapt18telescopic-eclipse- technique #1596 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
Now I discovered the Telescopic Eclipse Technique, a new method in astronomy due to the void left behind in astronomy when we throw out the Doppler...
June 5th 13 04:45 PM
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testing Barnard star and quasars Chapt18 telescopic-eclipse-technique #1595 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
I wrote in May of 2010: Perhaps on the issue of the Eclipse Testing to see if a distant astro body is moving towards or away from Earth, that I have been...
June 5th 13 08:22 AM
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EINSTEIN'S 1905 THIRD ASSUMPTION by Pentcho Valev
In 1905 Einstein deduced special relativity from two explicit assumptions - the principle of relativity is valid and the speed of light is independent of the...
June 3rd 13 05:41 PM
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Why gravity orbitals are stable in a 3D universe by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Why the solar system can exist - YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhS8K4gFu4s
June 2nd 13 11:13 PM
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Chapt17 upper limit of ability to "see" in astronomy is 400 millionlight years distance #1592 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
In May 2010 Archimedes Plutonium wrote: (snipped) --- from Wikipedia --- classical electron radius, also known as the Lorentz radius or the Thomson...
June 2nd 13 06:53 PM
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Chapt17 Telescope as the finest distance tool measure in astronomy;400 million light years as 1 atom/m^3 #1590 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
Muddleheaded astronomy terms One of the reasons I suspect that astronomers never arrived at a upper limit of seeing objects at a distance and assumed we can...
June 1st 13 08:07 PM
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Moon and Earth share water source by John Curtis
http://news.brown.edu/pressreleases/2013/05/moonwater http://www.skyandtelescope.com/news/Earth-and-Moon-Sharing-a-Drink-206859621.html One explanation for...
May 31st 13 10:10 PM
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Chapt17 Kepler's supernova in 1604; Telescope experiments as distancetool #1589 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
Alright, I believe I left-off with the post 1604 Kepler's supernova Chapt17 Telescope experiments as distance tool #1588 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed on 24 May of the...
May 31st 13 07:29 PM
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How much light does a neutrino strike produce? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
The following article got me thinking about neutrino detectors. The subject of the article itself is pretty fascinating in its own right, about...
May 31st 13 01:48 PM
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speed of gravity by kurt stocklmeir
I like the truth. I would like to talk a little about some theories that came from me. Some people need to get credit for their theories. A long time ago...
May 29th 13 09:41 PM
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LET A WORD TO THE WISE BE SUFFICIENT by Intrepid[_2_]
"(David) Fellin also had learned that no one burns in a place called hell, which DOES exist because he said he saw it. "Our punishment, if we deserve it,...
May 28th 13 10:29 PM
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DECALAGE D'EINSTEIN OU DECALAGE DE NEWTON ? by Pentcho Valev
http://www.techno-science.net/?onglet=glossaire&definition=6628 "Le décalage d'Einstein est un effet prédit par les équations d'Albert Einstein. D'après cette...
May 25th 13 09:21 PM
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Chapt17 Telescope experiments as distance tool #1574 ATOM TOTALITY5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
In May of 2010 Enrico wrote: Finding anything at all that addresses your question about limitations on what a telescope can see (resolve) turned out ...
May 25th 13 12:25 AM
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GIVING UP SANITY FOR CONSTANT SPEED OF LIGHT by Pentcho Valev
http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/Relativity/SpeedOfLight/speed_of_light.html Steve Carlip: "To state that the speed of light is independent of the...
May 23rd 13 03:46 PM
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Exoplanet Kepler-76b: discovered through effects predicted by Einstein'sSTR by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Einstein's Planet: Special Theory of Relativity Helps Astronomers Discover Kepler-76b | Astronomy |...
May 18th 13 09:30 AM
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Chapt17 Telescopes are our best distance measure with upper limitabout 400 million light years distance #1579 ATOM TOTALITY 5th ed by Archimedes Plutonium[_2_]
In May 2010 Enrico wrote: A couple of formulas he http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beam_divergence Yes it gives a Divergence formula of 2arctan Df-Di/2L
May 16th 13 05:42 AM
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EVOLUTIONISTS BETTER PASS OUT THE HELMETS by Intrepid[_2_]
Ed Conrad is on Twitter. http://www.edconrad.org AND http://groups.google.com/group/alt.fan.ed-conrad/msg/522305f02e955b66 http://www.edconrad.com
May 15th 13 11:27 PM
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More normal dark matter found between the Andromeda & Triangulumgalaxies by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
A couple of years ago, it was found that there were some streamers of gas that were flowing between Andromeda and Triangulum, which scientists thought were...
May 15th 13 05:23 AM
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