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 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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Bioluminescence in the upper waters

Inside this post, you will find some intuitions about the real nature of the stars inside the upper dome. Maybe you will think there is no scientific basis in order to prove the reality of things. But these are intuitions that will simplify theories that are commonly accepted. In any case, nobody went to the stars to check their real situation in situ. Neither NASA nor any other space organization. So let’s go deeper into[…]

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Phenomena in the optical glassy dome

 Very bright light phenomena in Fargo, North Dakota. Also visible are parts of the 22° halo (the arcs passing through each sundog), a sun pillar (the vertical line) and the parhelic circle (the horizontal line). Cicero and the double sun A passage in Cicero‘s On the Republic (54–51 BC) is one of many by Greek and Roman authors who refer to sun dogs and similar phenomena: Be it so, said Tubero. Since you invite me to a discussion and present the opportunity, let us first[…]

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The black body – a new point of view

In my previous post, “Etherons: quantum physic dismantled”, I have  proved something new. Reintroducing an old concept Reintroducing an abandoned concept, the  ether, all phenomena involving light become perfectly explainable from  an exclusively classical point of view. This way, it becomes very easy to describe all the electromagnetic radiations. And, in particular, the nature of light as a wave, with all its power to put in vibration the etherons. These invisible particles remain at their[…]

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