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Category Archives: Science
A Revolution in Physics: The Book
My friend Ben Solomon has written a new book: An Introduction to Gravity Modification. According to Ben, To facilitate gravity modification as a space propulsion technology and propose new avenues towards interstellar travel, I have had to take propulsion physics out of … Continue reading
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Tagged Benjamin T. Solomon, Forbes, Gravitation, Gravity Modification, Physics
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Another Revolution in Physics?
In A Revolution in Physics? I reported that my friend Ben Solomon developed a new equation for gravitational acceleration that does not involve mass. This research has been published in Physics Essays. Now Ben tells me that he will be … Continue reading
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Tagged Benjamin T. Solomon, Gamma Distribution, Gaussian Distribution, Gravitation, Innovations, Physics, Space Travel
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A Revolution in Physics?
My friend Ben Solomon has been researching basic physics from a fresh perspective in an effort to make interstellar space travel practical. Although the scientific establishment has previously been slow to accept his work, last week a publication of the … Continue reading
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Tagged Benjamin T. Solomon, Gravitation, Innovations, Physics, Space Travel
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Optimization Problems in Renewable Energy
I enjoyed a talk yesterday by Peter Graf, a scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Peter spoke at a UC Denver Operation Research Seminar. Peter talked about several problems: the search for better materials for photovoltaic cells, finding the … Continue reading
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Tagged Math, Optimization, Renewable Energy, Talks, UC Denver
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