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    A History of Dark Matter?
    Posted on Thursday, February 22, 2007 @ 20:37:25 GMT by vlad

    Science Sepp Hasslberger writes: Paul Rowe has been investigating an interesting phenomenon - the unexplained production of hydrogen in circumstances that should not ordinarily allow for the release of the gas. In an earlier article, Hydrogen From Space - The Aether 'Comes Alive', Rowe introduced the argument with a screenplay - The Fall and Rise of the House of Cards - where we find him in conversation with some of the great luminaries of physics. In a very vivid dream, he is trying - with limited success - to get them to admit that they already knew in their own lifetime what Rowe has happened upon by his own experiments.

    Infinite Energy magazine wrote about the hydrogen riddle in a two-part article: An Unexpected Source of Clean Energy? and An Unexpected Source of Clean Energy? Part II.
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    Challenging Einstein's Special Relativity: Herbert Dingle - Science at the Cross (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Friday, February 23, 2007 @ 21:44:04 GMT
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    Sepp Hasslberger Update: Challenging Einstein's Special Relativity: Herbert Dingle - Science at the Crossroads

    2007.02.23 22:16:35


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    Einstein's theory of Relativity is supposedly so complicated that only a few exceptionally gifted minds can understand it at all, and we are asked to suspend disbelief at its logical inconsistencies and just go on our way minding our own business. Discussions about the merits or dismerits of Relativity have raged on for decades, perhaps a century, without having come to a clear conclusion. A tight-knit cadre of relativists has been "in control" for most of that time and has been defending Relativity with more stubbornness than even Einstein himself, who apparently once said: "Since the mathematicians have invaded the theory of relativity, I do not understand it myself anymore." Umberto Bartocci Ironically, and perhaps quite fittingly, one of the...

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    http://blog.hasslberger.com/2007/02/challenging_einsteins_special.html [blog.hasslberger.com]



    Out There (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 @ 22:10:19 GMT
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    Published: March 11, 2007

    Three days after learning that he won the 2006 Nobel Prize [topics.nytimes.com] in Physics, George Smoot was talking about the universe. Sitting across from him in his office at the University of California [topics.nytimes.com], Berkeley, was Saul Perlmutter, a fellow cosmologist and a probable future Nobelist in Physics himself. Bearded, booming, eyes pinwheeling from adrenaline and lack of sleep, Smoot leaned back in his chair. Perlmutter, onetime acolyte, longtime colleague, now heir apparent, leaned forward in his.

    “Time and time again,” Smoot shouted, “the universe has turned out to be really simple.”

    Perlmutter nodded eagerly. “It’s like, why are we able to understand the universe at our level?”

    “Right. Exactly. It’s a universe for beginners! ‘The Universe for Dummies’!”

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    More: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/11/magazine/11dark.t.html?_r=1&oref=slogin [www.nytimes.com]




     

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