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Pioneer Anomaly Solution Undercuts MOND, MiHsC but not EHT

For those not in the know, MIT’s Technology Review reports that a new computer model of the way heat is emitted by various parts of the Pioneer spacecraft and reflected off others, finally solves one of the biggest mysteries in astrophysics. By using a computer modeling technique called Phong shading to work out exactly how the emitted heat from the …

spesif_2011

Gravity 2.0 was mentioned at the 2011 SPESIF Conference held March 15-17 at the University of Maryland. The presenter, Dr. Jochem Hauser, was presenting a paper for the American Institute of Physics on Extended Heim Theory (the physics focus of my book) and has been very generous in his time to review my book before publication.  The conference was organized …

Gravity 2.0 – the book

Gravity 2.0 explores the design opportunities found in a unique and evolving theory of quantum gravity. If confirmed, it will dramatically change – and possibly save – our world. Gravity 2.0 Design Strategies for a Gravity Modified World by Gregory Daigle ISBN-10: 0615447651 epub version ISBN-13: 978-0-615-44765-0 epub version Read a preview of the book before purchasing. When ready to …

Gravityship Flyways

In May of 2009 I made the first mention of an upcoming book on gravity modification for designers. After several delays I would like to announce that the book was published in digital format and available for Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook and on iTune’s iBooks for the iPhone and iPad in March of 2011. See the next post …

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