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ABOUT VISUAL HISTORY AND SPACE

Luminet’s illuminations Cosmological modeling and the art of intuition Letters to Nature do not usually open with a peroration on musical harmonics and the organization of the Universe. But Jean-Pierre Luminet, the lead author of a recent paper on the … Continue reading

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THE HIDDEN WAYS OF NASA

a)Hidden Portals in Earth’s Magnetic Field A favorite theme of science fiction is “the portal”–an extraordinary opening in space or time that connects travelers to distant realms. A good portal is a shortcut, a guide, a door into the unknown. … Continue reading

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SPACE / UNI-VERSE / KOSMOS SEEDS OF Θ-EUS /Z-EUS/D-EUS ARE EVERY WHERE/THING/BODY

  A)Why do we want to grow plants in space?  The Norwegian history of space biology studies   goes back to the early 1980s when scientific groups at the University in Trondheim prepared  and  performed short–term experiments (i.e. up to 15 … Continue reading

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THE PYTHAGOREAN KOSMOS WAS EXPLAINED IN A WAY BY PLATO

Dodecahedral space topology as an  explanation for weak wide-angle  temperature correlations in the  cosmic microwave background The current ‘standard model’ of cosmology posits an infinite flat  universe forever expanding under the pressure of dark energy. First-year data from the  Wilkinson … Continue reading

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A new concept and design aspects of an ‘antigravity’ propulsion mechanism based on inertial forces

This paper proposes a breakthrough innovation in the framework of the non-rocket space launches. It is proposed to reduce the use of usual rocket systems through a new inertial propulsive system or/and through a hybrid new antigravity system in conjunction … Continue reading

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