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Fighting and the raging bull

Fighting was a well-developed sport and enjoyed consistent popularity, in the classic period. In Greece, boxing became an Olympic game since 688 BC. Men have fought in combats since the beginning of their history.   The Roman form of boxing was sometimes a fight until death. However, trained combat performers were also valuable commodities. So, their lives were generally not given up without due consideration. A film by Scorsese In modern times, important film directors have introduced characters[…]

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Charge in the ether

Atom means a vortex of ether. This statement will have many surprising consequences. The vortex movement produces a non-uniform concentration of etherons in the space. Any abundance of etherons produces a negative charge, while scarcity engenders a positive charge. A model by Paul Laviolette At first, at least, I have to be remindful of another theory. By now I have to keep it, its elimination being impossible. Further investigations will help to better understand. The[…]

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Armageddon

Daniel relates an account attributed to the second year of Nebuchadnezzar’s reign, in which the king dreams of a huge image made of various materials such as gold, silver, bronze, iron, and clay. The prophet Daniel tells the king God’s interpretation. It stands for the rise and fall of different major world powers starting with Nebuchadnezzar’s own as the golden head. Toes representing 10 kings “You, O king, were watching, and you saw an immense[…]

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The vortex atom made of ether

In a past article, I have introduced a new atomic model. Its main characteristic is that the atom is completely made of ether. The electron is a spherical wave that moves around the nucleus and is made of oscillating etherons arranged all around the nucleus. In that article I was assuming the nucleus, the positive charge inside the atom owes its positive charge to an abundance of etherons in respect of the average quantity of[…]

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Aeschylus and the wild beast’s iconography

Aeschylus is one of the greatest theater writers of all times. He was able to elaborate some iconographic frame we later find in the book of Revelation. His tragedy, The Seven against Thebes, shows important links which are basic in the representation of the wild beast John depicted when in Patmos. It is a tragedy which maintains a deep relationship with some old, primeval conception of history. A representation of the earth and the sky[…]

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