Spectroscopy against bioluminescence

Spectroscopy: how to define it?  This is a question you maybe could ask. Well, the answer will be the following. It is a branch of physics that studies the electromagnetic radiation spectra emitted or absorbed by the matter. The spectroscopic analysis opens the possibility to discover the chemical composition and the physical state of the body emitting the same radiation. Newton was the first to deal with this subject. He understood that the light of[…]

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The sun over the flat Earth is cold – the Ranque effect

A cold core in the sun. This is something you could never have imagined in it. But, let’s investigate.   You will be surprised. About the trajectory and dimensions of the sun I have already discussed, and more than once. I want now to express my opinion about the thermoelectric reactions occurring inside the interior of the sun.  Academic science posits that in the core of the sun you could measure a temperature of about 15[…]

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The color of the Red Giants proves the earth is flat

Amber and stellar spectroscopy Amber shows spectacular golden colors. So, today, we want first to focus on the color of the stars, which, according to Plank, Bolzman and Wien’s Laws is determined by their temperatures. Spectroscopy is the branch of physics studying the spectra of electromagnetic radiation emitted or absorbed by matter. The spectral analysis permits to know the chemical composition of the body that emits the radiation. Stellar Spectroscopy is thus the study of[…]

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Living corals in the great cosmic water

Water in the Universe Inside the Herbig Haro HH46 Nebula, observers found important quantities of water ice. Within the interstellar clouds of the Milky Way, they postulate the presence of water. Astrophysics believe water is abundant even in other galaxies and in all the universe. They say this is due to the fact that the water components, hydrogen, and oxygen, are among the most abundant elements everywhere. Nebulae have water in their inside. Scientists say[…]

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Dossier 111 – The real measures of the flat Earth

 A children’s room. You can hear a soft melody from a music box. Ninepins and bowls scattered everywhere with colored wooden cubes on the floor. In the meanwhile, a plastic horse tries moving on its wheels toward a blonde little dancer. It is just a playing moment in Gaia’s babyhood. A  chubby, roly-poly hippopotamus is lying down in the mess.  Suddenly you can hear a voice from outside: “Don’t you want to see the spinning top? It’s[…]

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