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Old April 22nd 07, 11:59 PM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Tom Van Flandern
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Default Unique astronomy research publication goes open-access

Great news! The Meta Research Bulletin (MRB), now in its 16th year of
quarterly publication of innovative astronomy research and previously
available only by Membership or subscription, has now gone to an open access
web format. See http://metaresearch.org.

The first open source issue, 2007 March 15, features:
* an overview of Meta Science and what makes it unique
* an article and VIDEO about "the violent history of Mars" that we think all
readers with broadband access will enjoy
* four astronomy news stories you are unlikely to read about elsewhere

MRB was the first or among the first to publish these predictions or
findings in the field of astronomy:

COSMOLOGY:
* Exposition on the immutability of the principles (not laws) of physics
* The top 30 problems with the Big Bang
* Supernova evidence now proves the universe is not expanding
* The microwave radiation is Eddington's "temperature of space"

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag, heat)
* Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed
* A primer on "pushing gravity" and its compatibility with general
relativity
* What GPS tells us about relativity and the twins' paradox
* A primer on Lorentzian relativity as a replacement for special relativity
* The origin and nature of inertia and why gravity is exempt

SOLAR SYSTEM FORMATION
* Modern evidence for the fission hypothesis of solar system origin
* Origin of Mercury as a satellite of Venus
* Evidence favoring fission over a giant impact for the origin of our Moon
* The global nature of the K/T mass extinction event
* The origin of Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
* The origin of Valles Marineris on Mars
* The "black axiom": how the black material on solar system moons was
distributed
* Origin of Pluto and Charon as moons of Neptune

EXPLODED PLANET HYPOTHESIS
* Modern evidence for the exploded planet hypothesis (EPH)
* Prediction of satellites of asteroids before the first was officially
recognized in 1993
* Coverage of the discovery of three satellites of Comet Hale-Bopp in 1995
* Best predictions for Leonid, Ursid, and Perseid meteor storms and
outbursts
* The "Deep Impact" and "Stardust" mission results compared to EPH
predictions
* Three planetary explosion mechanisms

SPECIAL PHENOMENA
* An explanation for the Allais eclipse pendulum effect
* The origin of the "black drop" effect during transits

POSSIBLE ARTIFICIALITY ON MARS
* First scientific evidence for artificiality at Cydonia on Mars
* An analysis of the "glassy tube" features on Mars

Some of these articles are already posted in http://metaresearch.org or
published in "Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets", North Atlantic
Books, Berkeley, second edition 1999. Past MRB issues will become available
on CD at a later date.


  #2  
Old April 23rd 07, 01:54 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics,alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks
Art Deco[_6_]
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Default Unique astronomy research publication goes open-access

Tom Van Flandern wrote:

Great news! The Meta Research Bulletin (MRB), now in its 16th year of
quarterly publication of innovative astronomy research and previously
available only by Membership or subscription, has now gone to an open access
web format. See http://metaresearch.org.

The first open source issue, 2007 March 15, features:
* an overview of Meta Science and what makes it unique
* an article and VIDEO about "the violent history of Mars" that we think all
readers with broadband access will enjoy
* four astronomy news stories you are unlikely to read about elsewhere

MRB was the first or among the first to publish these predictions or
findings in the field of astronomy:

COSMOLOGY:
* Exposition on the immutability of the principles (not laws) of physics
* The top 30 problems with the Big Bang
* Supernova evidence now proves the universe is not expanding
* The microwave radiation is Eddington's "temperature of space"

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag, heat)
* Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed
* A primer on "pushing gravity" and its compatibility with general
relativity
* What GPS tells us about relativity and the twins' paradox
* A primer on Lorentzian relativity as a replacement for special relativity
* The origin and nature of inertia and why gravity is exempt

SOLAR SYSTEM FORMATION
* Modern evidence for the fission hypothesis of solar system origin
* Origin of Mercury as a satellite of Venus
* Evidence favoring fission over a giant impact for the origin of our Moon
* The global nature of the K/T mass extinction event
* The origin of Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
* The origin of Valles Marineris on Mars
* The "black axiom": how the black material on solar system moons was
distributed
* Origin of Pluto and Charon as moons of Neptune

EXPLODED PLANET HYPOTHESIS
* Modern evidence for the exploded planet hypothesis (EPH)
* Prediction of satellites of asteroids before the first was officially
recognized in 1993
* Coverage of the discovery of three satellites of Comet Hale-Bopp in 1995
* Best predictions for Leonid, Ursid, and Perseid meteor storms and
outbursts
* The "Deep Impact" and "Stardust" mission results compared to EPH
predictions
* Three planetary explosion mechanisms

SPECIAL PHENOMENA
* An explanation for the Allais eclipse pendulum effect
* The origin of the "black drop" effect during transits

POSSIBLE ARTIFICIALITY ON MARS
* First scientific evidence for artificiality at Cydonia on Mars
* An analysis of the "glassy tube" features on Mars

Some of these articles are already posted in http://metaresearch.org or
published in "Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets", North Atlantic
Books, Berkeley, second edition 1999. Past MRB issues will become available
on CD at a later date.


All of these subjects are on-topic in alt.astronomy.

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  #3  
Old April 23rd 07, 01:54 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics,alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks
John \C\
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Default Deco is a Gay-Rod!


"Art Deco" wrote in message
...
Tom Van Flandern wrote:

Great news! The Meta Research Bulletin (MRB), now in its 16th year of
quarterly publication of innovative astronomy research and previously
available only by Membership or subscription, has now gone to an open

access
web format. See http://metaresearch.org.

The first open source issue, 2007 March 15, features:
* an overview of Meta Science and what makes it unique
* an article and VIDEO about "the violent history of Mars" that we think

all
readers with broadband access will enjoy
* four astronomy news stories you are unlikely to read about elsewhere

MRB was the first or among the first to publish these predictions or
findings in the field of astronomy:

COSMOLOGY:
* Exposition on the immutability of the principles (not laws) of physics
* The top 30 problems with the Big Bang
* Supernova evidence now proves the universe is not expanding
* The microwave radiation is Eddington's "temperature of space"

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag,

heat)
* Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed
* A primer on "pushing gravity" and its compatibility with general
relativity
* What GPS tells us about relativity and the twins' paradox
* A primer on Lorentzian relativity as a replacement for special

relativity
* The origin and nature of inertia and why gravity is exempt

SOLAR SYSTEM FORMATION
* Modern evidence for the fission hypothesis of solar system origin
* Origin of Mercury as a satellite of Venus
* Evidence favoring fission over a giant impact for the origin of our

Moon
* The global nature of the K/T mass extinction event
* The origin of Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
* The origin of Valles Marineris on Mars
* The "black axiom": how the black material on solar system moons was
distributed
* Origin of Pluto and Charon as moons of Neptune

EXPLODED PLANET HYPOTHESIS
* Modern evidence for the exploded planet hypothesis (EPH)
* Prediction of satellites of asteroids before the first was officially
recognized in 1993
* Coverage of the discovery of three satellites of Comet Hale-Bopp in

1995
* Best predictions for Leonid, Ursid, and Perseid meteor storms and
outbursts
* The "Deep Impact" and "Stardust" mission results compared to EPH
predictions
* Three planetary explosion mechanisms

SPECIAL PHENOMENA
* An explanation for the Allais eclipse pendulum effect
* The origin of the "black drop" effect during transits

POSSIBLE ARTIFICIALITY ON MARS
* First scientific evidence for artificiality at Cydonia on Mars
* An analysis of the "glassy tube" features on Mars

Some of these articles are already posted in http://metaresearch.org or
published in "Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets", North

Atlantic
Books, Berkeley, second edition 1999. Past MRB issues will become

available
on CD at a later date.


All of these subjects are on-topic in alt.astronomy.

Art Deco caught stirring-up trouble in other newsgroups!

Naughty...naughty...

HJ


  #4  
Old April 23rd 07, 02:18 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics,alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks
Hagar
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Default Deco is a Gay-Rod!


"John "C"" wrote in message
news

"Art Deco" wrote in message
...
Tom Van Flandern wrote:

Great news! The Meta Research Bulletin (MRB), now in its 16th year of
quarterly publication of innovative astronomy research and previously
available only by Membership or subscription, has now gone to an open

access
web format. See http://metaresearch.org.

The first open source issue, 2007 March 15, features:
* an overview of Meta Science and what makes it unique
* an article and VIDEO about "the violent history of Mars" that we think

all
readers with broadband access will enjoy
* four astronomy news stories you are unlikely to read about elsewhere

MRB was the first or among the first to publish these predictions or
findings in the field of astronomy:

COSMOLOGY:
* Exposition on the immutability of the principles (not laws) of physics
* The top 30 problems with the Big Bang
* Supernova evidence now proves the universe is not expanding
* The microwave radiation is Eddington's "temperature of space"

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag,

heat)
* Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed
* A primer on "pushing gravity" and its compatibility with general
relativity
* What GPS tells us about relativity and the twins' paradox
* A primer on Lorentzian relativity as a replacement for special

relativity
* The origin and nature of inertia and why gravity is exempt

SOLAR SYSTEM FORMATION
* Modern evidence for the fission hypothesis of solar system origin
* Origin of Mercury as a satellite of Venus
* Evidence favoring fission over a giant impact for the origin of our

Moon
* The global nature of the K/T mass extinction event
* The origin of Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
* The origin of Valles Marineris on Mars
* The "black axiom": how the black material on solar system moons was
distributed
* Origin of Pluto and Charon as moons of Neptune

EXPLODED PLANET HYPOTHESIS
* Modern evidence for the exploded planet hypothesis (EPH)
* Prediction of satellites of asteroids before the first was officially
recognized in 1993
* Coverage of the discovery of three satellites of Comet Hale-Bopp in

1995
* Best predictions for Leonid, Ursid, and Perseid meteor storms and
outbursts
* The "Deep Impact" and "Stardust" mission results compared to EPH
predictions
* Three planetary explosion mechanisms

SPECIAL PHENOMENA
* An explanation for the Allais eclipse pendulum effect
* The origin of the "black drop" effect during transits

POSSIBLE ARTIFICIALITY ON MARS
* First scientific evidence for artificiality at Cydonia on Mars
* An analysis of the "glassy tube" features on Mars

Some of these articles are already posted in http://metaresearch.org or
published in "Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets", North

Atlantic
Books, Berkeley, second edition 1999. Past MRB issues will become

available
on CD at a later date.


All of these subjects are on-topic in alt.astronomy.

Art Deco caught stirring-up trouble in other newsgroups!

Naughty...naughty...

HJ


What did you expect from a retarded Pedophile ??


  #5  
Old April 23rd 07, 02:22 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics,alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks
Art Deco[_6_]
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Default Deco is a Gay-Rod!

Hagar wrote:


What did you expect from a retarded Pedophile ??


More of your lies, kook.

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  #6  
Old April 23rd 07, 02:48 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Androcles
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Default Unique astronomy research publication goes open-access


"Tom Van Flandern" wrote in message m...
Great news! The Meta Research Bulletin (MRB), now in its 16th year of
quarterly publication of innovative astronomy research and previously
available only by Membership or subscription, has now gone to an open access
web format. See http://metaresearch.org.

The first open source issue, 2007 March 15, features:
* an overview of Meta Science and what makes it unique
* an article and VIDEO about "the violent history of Mars" that we think all
readers with broadband access will enjoy
* four astronomy news stories you are unlikely to read about elsewhere

MRB was the first or among the first to publish these predictions or
findings in the field of astronomy:

COSMOLOGY:
* Exposition on the immutability of the principles (not laws) of physics
* The top 30 problems with the Big Bang
* Supernova evidence now proves the universe is not expanding
* The microwave radiation is Eddington's "temperature of space"

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag, heat)
* Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed
* A primer on "pushing gravity" and its compatibility with general
relativity
* What GPS tells us about relativity and the twins' paradox
* A primer on Lorentzian relativity as a replacement for special relativity
* The origin and nature of inertia and why gravity is exempt

SOLAR SYSTEM FORMATION
* Modern evidence for the fission hypothesis of solar system origin
* Origin of Mercury as a satellite of Venus
* Evidence favoring fission over a giant impact for the origin of our Moon
* The global nature of the K/T mass extinction event
* The origin of Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
* The origin of Valles Marineris on Mars
* The "black axiom": how the black material on solar system moons was
distributed
* Origin of Pluto and Charon as moons of Neptune

EXPLODED PLANET HYPOTHESIS
* Modern evidence for the exploded planet hypothesis (EPH)
* Prediction of satellites of asteroids before the first was officially
recognized in 1993
* Coverage of the discovery of three satellites of Comet Hale-Bopp in 1995
* Best predictions for Leonid, Ursid, and Perseid meteor storms and
outbursts
* The "Deep Impact" and "Stardust" mission results compared to EPH
predictions
* Three planetary explosion mechanisms

SPECIAL PHENOMENA
* An explanation for the Allais eclipse pendulum effect
* The origin of the "black drop" effect during transits

POSSIBLE ARTIFICIALITY ON MARS
* First scientific evidence for artificiality at Cydonia on Mars
* An analysis of the "glassy tube" features on Mars

Some of these articles are already posted in http://metaresearch.org or
published in "Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets", North Atlantic
Books, Berkeley, second edition 1999. Past MRB issues will become available
on CD at a later date.

yawn

Coming from the genius who thinks Cassini at Saturn is uploaded with the time
like GPS, no thanks.

  #7  
Old April 23rd 07, 03:27 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics,alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks
John \C\
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Default Deco is a Gay-Rod!


"Art Deco" wrote in message
...
Hagar wrote:


What did you expect from a retarded Pedophile ??


More of your lies, kook.

Did poor Pedo Deco walk into another door post?

Oh, I'm so sorry for hims wittow booboo..................NOT!

HJ


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Old April 23rd 07, 04:45 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Llanzlan Klazmon the 15th
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Default Unique astronomy research publication goes open-access

"Tom Van Flandern" wrote in
m:

Great news! The Meta Research Bulletin (MRB), now in its 16th year of
quarterly publication of innovative astronomy research and previously
available only by Membership or subscription, has now gone to an open
access web format. See http://metaresearch.org.

The first open source issue, 2007 March 15, features:
* an overview of Meta Science and what makes it unique
* an article and VIDEO about "the violent history of Mars" that we think
all readers with broadband access will enjoy
* four astronomy news stories you are unlikely to read about elsewhere

MRB was the first or among the first to publish these predictions or
findings in the field of astronomy:

COSMOLOGY:
* Exposition on the immutability of the principles (not laws) of physics
* The top 30 problems with the Big Bang
* Supernova evidence now proves the universe is not expanding
* The microwave radiation is Eddington's "temperature of space"

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag,
heat) * Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed
* A primer on "pushing gravity" and its compatibility with general
relativity
* What GPS tells us about relativity and the twins' paradox
* A primer on Lorentzian relativity as a replacement for special
relativity * The origin and nature of inertia and why gravity is exempt

SOLAR SYSTEM FORMATION
* Modern evidence for the fission hypothesis of solar system origin
* Origin of Mercury as a satellite of Venus
* Evidence favoring fission over a giant impact for the origin of our
Moon * The global nature of the K/T mass extinction event
* The origin of Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos
* The origin of Valles Marineris on Mars
* The "black axiom": how the black material on solar system moons was
distributed
* Origin of Pluto and Charon as moons of Neptune

EXPLODED PLANET HYPOTHESIS
* Modern evidence for the exploded planet hypothesis (EPH)
* Prediction of satellites of asteroids before the first was officially
recognized in 1993
* Coverage of the discovery of three satellites of Comet Hale-Bopp in
1995 * Best predictions for Leonid, Ursid, and Perseid meteor storms and
outbursts
* The "Deep Impact" and "Stardust" mission results compared to EPH
predictions
* Three planetary explosion mechanisms

SPECIAL PHENOMENA
* An explanation for the Allais eclipse pendulum effect
* The origin of the "black drop" effect during transits

POSSIBLE ARTIFICIALITY ON MARS
* First scientific evidence for artificiality at Cydonia on Mars
* An analysis of the "glassy tube" features on Mars

Some of these articles are already posted in http://metaresearch.org or
published in "Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets", North
Atlantic Books, Berkeley, second edition 1999. Past MRB issues will
become available on CD at a later date.



Crackpots unlimited goes public!.

Klazmon.

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Old April 23rd 07, 05:31 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Eric Gisse
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Default Unique astronomy research publication goes open-access

On Apr 22, 2:59 pm, "Tom Van Flandern" wrote:

[snip]

It is like a laundry list of conspiracy theories and crank insanity.

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Old April 23rd 07, 11:51 AM posted to sci.astro,sci.physics
Jan Panteltje
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Default Unique astronomy research publication goes open-access

On a sunny day (Mon, 23 Apr 2007 02:07:27 GMT) it happened Sam Wormley
wrote in zxUWh.10176$n_.3551@attbi_s21:

Tom Van Flandern wrote:

GRAVITY/RELATIVITY/INERTIA
* New properties of gravity (ftl speed, finite range, shielding, drag, heat)
* Experimental evidence that gravity speed light speed



See: http://www.google.com/search?q=Fland...h.ucr.edu+baez


Baez is a egomanic self promoting math puzzle solver bowing to status quo.
Flanderen is a free thinker at least wrong on Sidonia, but
maybe right on some other points.
 




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