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LakeWebb 0 2014-05-29 More...
LarryWhite <p>Larry is also interested in 911 Truth, playing music, gardening, building computers, and restoring classic cars.</p> 0 2012-02-10 More...
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LaurentHollo 6 2011-12-16 More...
LawrenceMyers 1 2011-12-16 More...
WilliamShimmin <p>William Lee Shimmin;BS in physics from Stanford University, 1961.;1-1/2 years graduate study in physics and mathematics at Oregon State University, 1961 - 1963.;Approximately 40 years of industrial research &amp; development.;Approximately 25 years part-time study of the problems of modern physics and potential alternatives.</p> 0 2011-12-16 More...
LenDanczyk 0 2012-05-30 More...
LeoLeite 0 2012-11-10 More...
LeoVuyk 0 2012-05-10 More...
LeonConrad 0 2013-04-23 More...
LesleeKulba <p>Leslee A. Kulba received a B.S. in Math from Michigan State University's Lyman Briggs College. She taught math and physics at the high school and college levels, and authored several articles for the Electric Space Craft Journal (ESJ).;My passion, for which I cannot find the time anymore, is explaining EM in terms of the mass and charge of protons and electrons. A rigorous treatment would allow the reader to explain any physical phenomenon in terms of these fundamental particles/forces, and, among other things, debunk Einstein's relativity.</p> 4 2011-12-16 More...
LeslieIverson <p>I attended Cal State Long and University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. I did my post graduate work at the University of Wisconsin. I'm a natural philosopher but I've studied certain aspects of atomic and sub atomic physics for many years. My specialties are aether theory, the nature of divisible existence, gravity, electricity, the electromagnetic field, radiation, the nature of energy and the structure and function of the atom which includes a complete analysis of quantum physics. My most specific work is in being able to explain the optical and x-ray spectra of the atom, especially hydrogen, in a simple purely mechanical way. From the analysis I can explain what physically is the optical atmosphere and electronic structure of the atom and what specifically is the physical nature of the electron bond and why the chemical nature of an atom changes as one progresses across the periodical table</p> 1 2011-12-16 More...
LewPrice <p>Pertinent Formal Education;Bachelor of Science degree from U. S. Air Force Academy;Graduate of various technical courses related to telecommunications, electronics, and engineering;Job Title and Employer;Global Air Navigator - U. S. Air Force;Electronics Engineer - Pacific Telephone and Telegraph;Building Engineering Coordinator - Pacific Telephone and Telegraph;Aeronautical Engineer - Condor Aeroplane Works Ltd.;Engineering Coordinator - Tuttle Engineering and Construction Consultants;Physics Researcher, International Flute Design Consultant, Author, Publisher - Self Employed;Most Notable Accomplishments;Discovered modern flute physics and mathematics;Authored twelve books on flutes and music theory;Authored computer flute design program;Discovered revolutionary new physics theory;Authored seven books on the above theory;Highest Honors;Honorary life membership in Oregon Flute CIrcle;Member number one in perpetuity of the Northern California Flute Circle;Biographee selected by Marquis Who's Who Publications Board for inclusion in Who's Who in the West (1998 to present), Who's Who in America (1999 to present), Who's Who in the World (1999 to present), and Who's Who in Science and Engineering (2003).;Past and Present Hobbies;Music, flutemaking, archery, flying, translating the "Old Testament" from ancient Hebrew;Motto;Authority should always be questioned.;For a detailed bio, go to: www.softcom.net/users/greebo /self.htm</p> 0 2011-12-16 More...
LionaFan Chiang 0 2013-07-04 More...
LisaAmbrose 0 2013-02-20 More...
LisaTully 0 2012-08-08 More...
LLOYDMcPHEARSON 0 2013-09-17 More...
LloydKinder 0 2012-03-14 More...
<p>I have a Certificate in Metaphysics (15 lessons) from the Pathways to Philosophy program of the ISP (International Society for Philosophers)(2008), which is affiliated to the University of London; a Diploma in Adult Psychology (15 lessons) from ICS (International Career School, aka International Correspondence Schools)(2008); an art diploma from ICS (18 lessons)(2009); a certificate in Astronomy (27 lessons) at Granton (the Granton Institute of Technology, now Granton Tech); and a psychology diploma (3-course program: Human Relations, 17 lessons, Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, 25 lessons, and Abnormal Psychology, 18 lessons) from Granton (2010), a certificate in Plant Biology (27 lessons, 2011) at Granton, and an art certificate from FAS (Famous Artists School) (10 lessons)(2011).<br /> I have taken an astronomy course at BNU (Barnes and Noble University)(2006), a graduate course in planetology (Exploring the Solar System, 21 modules) at Swinburne U. (2008), Linguistics 101 ( 10 lessons) at UNC (Univ. of N. Carolina), and a cultural anthropology course (12 lessons) at UNC (Fall, 2009), 2 Level 4 courses at Oxford U.: a metaphysics course (Reality, Being, and Existence, 10 lessons) (2010), and an epistemology course (the Theory of Knowledge, 10 lessons)(2011), and Gary Ewer's Easy Music Theory.<br /> I have done 2 Teaching Company Courses: Understanding the Fundamentals of Music ( 16 lectures) and Masterpieces of the Imaginative Mind ( 24 lectures) (a literature course).<br /> All of the courses were/are home study (distance learning).<br /> I was twice member of the CSTM (Canadian Science and Technology Museum) as Astronomy Associate (as subscriber to Sky News)(1995 and 2005), once a member of SEN (Space Explorers Network) (1995), SP (Shadow Poetry)(2006-7), the WHS (Willi Hennig Society) (2006-09), the RCGS (Royal Canadian Geographic Society)(2007-8), MUFON (Mutual UFO Network)(the world's largest ufology group)( 2007-09), the CFP (Canadian Federation of Poets) (2007-09), the ISP (International Society for Philosophers)(lifetime member, since 2007), MetaResearch (2008-), the ASP (Astronomy Society of the Pacific, the world's largest general astronomy organization) (2008), the NSS (National Space Society)(2008), the FPSI (Friends of the Planetary Science Institute)(2008), the Intruders Foundation (2008), the Institute of Philosophy (2008), CASCA (Canadian Anthropological Society/té Canadienne d'Anthropologie) (2008), Smithsonian Institute (2008), the IAPT (International Association of Plant Taxonomy) (2009-10), LAGB (the Linguistic Association of Breat Britain)(2009), the CLA (Canadian Linguistics Association) (2009), and the CPA (Canadian Psychology Association)( 2009-10), the SSB (Society for Systematic Biology)(2010), the FCA (Federation of Canadian Artists) ( 2009-10), the International Phycological Society (since 2010), the Société Française de Psychologie (since 2011), the Société Française de Musicologie ( 2011), and the Canadian History Association/Société Historique du Canada ( 2012).<br /> I have 1045 books -- 80 on astronomy, 66 on biology, 20 on earth sciences, 121 on language and languages, 102 on the paranormal (including 60 on UFOs), 24 on philosophy, 18 on physics, 20 on psychology, 14 on history, 20 on general and other sciences, 12 on technology, 103 on entertainment (including 31 on music), 32 on art, 17 on sports, 40 on travel, and 195 on other non-fiction topics, and 144 are fiction.<br /> I have done large-scale cladistic analyses based on classical evidence, which were submitted to several peer-reviewed magazines but remain unpublished. 1 of the "journals" had trouble finding reviewers because of the obsession with molecular taxonomy and accepted it based on 1 review and then did a 180 based on a low-quality review, which contained several errors and was subjective. With other magazines it was mostly a question of technical problems.<br /> Position Statement: orthodox science is based on 3 delusions: that nothing can be known (universal skepticism), that orthodoxy is always right (dogmatic skepticism), and that anything outside of orthodoxy is crackpottery or pseudoscience--these delusions can be considered, by any rational standards, as crackpot and pseudoscientific ideas. So instead of the objective objective approach, whereby an idea is investigated sine prejudicium, and if there is enough evidence, a conclusion is drawn whether skeptical or not based on the evidence, the usual scientist takes the completely subjective, stubborn, close-minded, ultraconservative approach (dogmatic skepticism), regards the idea as necessarily false without considering the evidence, and adopts flagrantly false ideas and sticks to them no matter what and defends them with glaring lies, mud slinging, wrongful dismissal, blacklisting, fraud, refusal of funding for alternative theories, loss of tenure, threats, and harassment. This is not at all surprising as the foundation of science is irrationalism (empiricism), which rejects truth and reason but hypocritically gives them lip service and considers or interprets observation and experiment only within the paradigm, which is why orthodox science is usually wrong (witness Einsteinian relativity, the Big Bang theory, extra dimensions, falsificationism, behaviourism, most of Freudianism, black holes, space tunnels, the uncertainty principle, the exclusion of philosophy and history as sciences, the no-race idea, the bizarre practice of ignoring the short a and short i of French and Portuguese in phonetic transcriptions and descriptions, the dismissal of mass comparison in linguistic taxonomy, plate tectonics, the planetismal hypothesis, the failed planet hypothesis, dark matter, dark energy, the Big Splat, the Oort Cloud, molecular mania and gradism in taxonomy, Archeoplastida as a natural taxon, UFO skepticism, and skepticism about parapsychological phenomena). The typical personality type of the ultraorthodoxer is abnormal extraversion (also called neurotic or unstable extraversion, the coleric peresonality, or the undercontrolled personality): low on Agreeableness and Conscientiousness and high on Neuroticism and Extraversion.<br /> I am not able to submit articles and upload a photo on this site because of technical problems.</p> 0 2015-08-07 More...
LoriGardi <p>After receiving my bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Western Ontario (now called Western) in 1985, I began working full time in the Astronomy Department at Western to continue work on a project I had started as a summer student. While there, I designed and built a device called a �polarimeter controller� which was used to investigate the magnetic fields of stars. I designed the circuit and hand wire wrapped it myself, developed all the control software using assembler language (I managed to fit all the code into 2K of EEPROM memory) on a Motorola HC11 single chip processor. I consider my time in Astronomy as my apprenticeship since they taught me everything I know about how computers really work. My interest in Astronomy was a deciding factor in my decision to work for this department. When it became clear that this department was going to be downsizing and merging with Physics, I decided to change careers and switch to the field of medical imaging. In 1993 I joined the team at Robarts Research Institute which was one of the first groups to develop 3D ultrasound technologies and their applications. Since my main area of expertise was control software, I was put into the position of developing acquisition and calibration systems for 3D ultrasound guided biopsy and surgical procedures. Some inventions came out of this technological development and I am personally named on many of the patents. I continue to work on these applications at Robarts Research Institute and Western to this day.;My independent research into fractal cosmology began back in the mid 1980's when the Mandelbrot Set algorithm was made popular by an article in Scientific American's computer recreations section (by A. K. Dewdney). Back then all I had was a Commodore-64 but I was able to implement his algorithm in Basic and was able to explore it in great detail (and never looked back). As computers became more powerful, so did my ability to render this mathematical monster with greater speed and in greater detail. These days I am able to zoom to the Mandelbrot Set in near real time and have developed many applications around this most famous fractal pattern generator. This is how I came to realize that the Mandelbrot Set (M-Set) is more than just a pretty picture. My understanding of fractal cosmology comes directly from studying the underlying dynamics associated with this particular fractal generator. In other words, everything I know about fractal cosmology, I learned from M-Set. This revelation inspired me to do independent research into cosmology including and especially relativity and quantum mechanics in hopes that a grand theory could be discovered using this line of thinking. It is my belief that the study of fractals and fractal cosmology will (at the very least) lead to a better understanding of the Universe �at all scales�.</p> 0 2012-08-27 More...
LouLaFollette <p>Graduated Phi Kappa Phi from Michigan State University 1956 with undergraduate majors in pre-med, pre-law and psychology. Spent Junior Year at Pembroke/Brown University in American Civilization Program 1953-1954. Did graduate work in history and psychology at Michigan State University. Worked on many different research projects over the years as a research assistant in the Departments of Psychology, Psychiatry (Medical School) and Education at Michigan State University. Worked as a Social Worker for the Michigan Department of Social Services. Worked as a Marriage Counselor for the Toledo Family Court. Worked as a Health Care Researcher for the Ingham County Health Department. From 1973 to 1996 worked for the Michigan Department of Mental Health as a social research analyst and for the Michigan Department of Management and Budget as a program budget analyst. Conducted a state-wide survey of adult foster care. Raised four children. Was PTA President and School Board Member.</p> 3 2011-12-16 More...
louislalonde <p>Particularly interested in the relationship between Marxism-Leninism and science.</p> 0 2013-05-29 More...
LucianIonescu <p>Dr. Ionescu is an associate professor at Illinois State University, engaged in an inter-disciplinary research in quantum mathematical-physics and quantum computing. Professor Ionescu has several publications recognized at international level, in connection with the work of Fields medalists Maxim Konstevich (quantization of Poisson manifolds and deformation theory) and Alain Connes (algebraic renormalization of quantum field theory).;Recently he proposed a new paradigm in physics, Quantum Information Theory, based on the general principles of the Digital World Theory.</p> 2 2011-12-16 More...
Lugi MaxmilianCaligiuri 0 2014-06-07 More...
LuizSauerbronn <p>I decided to implement some atomistic ideas of Lucretius concerning the photon. Basically, I model the photon as being a spherical rigid body and simulate numerically some experiments such as the Single Slit Diffraction Experiment and the Guild (cie1931) color experiment, always testing a mechanical (kinetic) model of light.;In 2006, aged 35, for joy, I decided to (try to) map key events that brought us to the actual physics. In this particular journey, I noticed that many of so called 'mainstream theories' didn't make any sense. Fascinated by Fatio/LeSage theories, Democritus and so on, I decided to implement their theories and that is the point where I am now. I don't know if they are right or not, I am just enjoying the journey. I like physics but I don't see the mainstream truths as my truth. I look for other options.;I am graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro (1995), Master in Mechanical Engineering from Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro (1998) and Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (2002), I am currently associate professor of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. I have experience in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis on industrial automation and computer vision. I have recently undertaken research on basic physics to try to model photons through the use of rigid bodies with spherical mass distribution non-uniform. Through this model, i have been seeking similar mechanics to explain diffraction, colors and quantum decay.</p> 3 2012-02-19 More...