Saturday, September 29, 2012

Peer-Reviewed Paper

These have been a quiet few months, but this author has quietly published a peer-reviewed paper with evidence that light is slowing down today. The evidence comes from Apollo missions to the Moon: Calculation of Lunar Orbit Anomaly Someone has both predicted how much c is slowing, and used the Moon to successfully test the prediction. This major, major discovery is the most-viewed paper of the new journal Planetary Science. Read and access it often! The paper has raised such a ruckus that the journal editor is threatening to censor it out. Please read it today, for today could be your last chance!


Blogger Marni Dee Sheppeard said...

Congratulations! Such hard work deserves recognition.

10:38 AM  
Blogger L. Riofrio said...

A great pleasure hearing from you. This is a tough time for women in science but I try not to lose hope.

5:02 PM  
Blogger qraal said...

Hi Louise,
I've been working out the implications of your varying-c cosmology for the evolution of stars. Some very interesting changes to their evolution occurs - you've identified the larger energy production from fusion, but there's also an effective increase in brightness too as the Stefan-Boltzmann Constant varies with 1/c^2. That means stars had to be hotter to radiate the same amount of heat, their effective Temperature rising ~c^(1/2). As this is effectively an increased opacity in the past I'm not 100% sure whether stars would expand or get hotter, but it makes for potentially interesting astrophysical research directions based on your idea.

12:43 AM  

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