Dossier 111: the real measure of the flat Earth – Bibliography

I publish here the bibliography of the second edition of our book. It will be published soon. Introduction [1] Russell, Bertrand, A History of Western Philosophy (London: George Allen and Unwin, 1945 / New York: Simon & Schuster, 1945). [2] Russell, Bertrand, The Basic Writings of Bertrand Russell (New York: Routledge, 2009), ch 23 “The validity of inference”. [3] Shaw Bernard, Saint Joan 1923 [4] Tesla Nikola, Interview for “The New York sun” july 10, 1935 [5] Popper Karl, The Open Society[…]

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Wolves in a sheep’s cloak

Wolves and sheep are linked in the Bible to prophets, true or false. Charles T. Russell was the founder of what was later known as Bible Students Movement. After his death, Jehovah Witnesses developed from that root. Russell claimed to be guided by the Lord in the understanding of the Bible truth. In Zion’s Watch Tower 1906 July 15 pp.230, 234, he wrote: “No, the truths I present, as God’s mouthpiece, were not revealed in visions or dreams,[…]

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The ether and the matter

Electrons: a new insight Electrons: with this chapter, I will consciously move on to a theme which was not, till now, correctly dealt with. It will be certainly a difficult subject to touch, but once it will be opened, it promises to achieve many great results. As a consequence of the reintroduction of such an old concept as the ether, a super-fluid that is filling all the space, I’ll have to review the fundamentals of[…]

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Neutrons

Protons stay at the very heart of the atoms. Moreover, there is a force keeping united the protons in the nucleus of the atom. Science states that protons are not the ultimate particle of the matter but that there are inside smaller particles called quarks. The proton, in itself, does not exist in nature. In chemistry, the term proton is often used to describe a hydrogen ion in water solution. The mass of the proton[…]

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The last of the seventy weeks

According to Flavius Josephus, the political leaders of Babylon, Persia, Greece or Rome showed great interest in Daniel’s prophecy. Even Titus and other Roman emperors respected the prophet. After foretelling the death of Messiah, the prophecy of the seventy weeks announces “desolations” for the city of Jerusalem, its people and the temple, its holy place. This is a tragedy coming upon Jerusalem some forty years after Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan when he was about[…]

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