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Hare-brained theories

Primary Water, Abiotic Oil and Conspiracy

There is a minority belief that the ruling elite are purposely maintaining the theories of fossil fuels and the hydrological cycle to manipulate and control us, according to one author Jonathan Bensen of the Investment Watchdog internet site. No, not … Continue reading

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Iron Age Madness

Gilad Atzmon pointed to an interesting bedtime story written for him by a reader, one Taxi, of his writings. It was written in response to the wondering where ‘choseness’ and a ‘vengeful god’ came from.  This story inadvertently focuses on … Continue reading

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Medieval Madness

Folklore of the Medieval period, that which followed on from a previous dark Middle age after the Roman period, associated with climate catastrophes, comets and what not to stir the souls of the medieval people included the danger of sailing … Continue reading

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Big G

Rupert Sheldrake has pointed to the gravitational constant not being a constant but that it varies over time.  It actually varies rather precisely at 5.9 years and matches the Earth’s rotational speed cycle of 5.9 years.  Mainstream physicists do not … Continue reading

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Coulomb’s Law

Coulomb’s law means instantaneous electrical forces. This is not observed; probably because of Newton’s prior thoughts. Electrical forces exist in the time domain since they are perceived via motion. We really do need to understand the process of thinking more … Continue reading

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Religious Minds

Religious minds are those which submit totally to an authority what ever that authority might be, whether some or other god, holy book, ideology or theory. Irreligious minds don’t. Questioning authority is thus blasphemy, whether theological, scientific or ideological. Scientific? … Continue reading

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Einstein’s Disunified Field Problem

Albert Einstein was alleged to have spent his last days trying to establish a unified field theorem incorporating electromagnetics and gravity.  He failed, and no one else will succeed either because of one problem. The difference in magnitude between the … Continue reading

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