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Herouni’s telescope, Big Bang Theory, and Ian Gillan’s only question

https://mediamax.am/en/news/special-report/33818/ “It’s absolutely amazing. This telescope is unique. It is the most sensitive in the world. Professor Herouni’s discoveries using this telescope are world-shattering. I would like one answer: why, when he sent his measurements to the ten greatest institutes … Continue reading

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Langmuir’s talk on Pathological Science (December 18, 1953)

I. Langmuir (Colloquium at The Knolls Research Laboratory, December 18, 1953) Transcribed and edited by R. N. Hall PREFACE (by R.N. Hall) On December 18, 1953, Dr. Irving Langmuir gave a colloquium at the Research Laboratory that will long be … Continue reading

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Wal Thornhill: An Examination of “Gravitational Waves”

  But as Newton’s law of gravity demands and simple observation confirms, time isn’t involved. For example, if gravity traveled at the slow speed of light the Earth would be pulled to where the Sun appears in the sky and … Continue reading

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STEPHEN CROTHERS: Black Holes & Relativity

Kudos! Black Holes do not exist. Theory of General Relativity must be dead. Stephen Crothers did not say on the presentation that the universe is an open system though. Maybe one day he will figure it out. Basically the law … Continue reading

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Returning Science to Real Physics / Wal Thornhill

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Thunderbolts Of The Gods

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