K and Hoi chat about current topics of interest (about 2 hours)
K and Hoi speak with their guest about rocketry (for about 2 hours)
K and Hoi speak with their guest about astronomical observations and how it interrelates with space travel; especially NASA’s failure to use the correct model in their simulations (for another 2 hours)
Last hour: K and Hoi reflect on the key points to take away from the debate and also calculate problems with the shuttle launch story
More formats of the same episode:
@44:46 & 72:49
“Consideration” by The Social Service
“Figure Out” by The Social Service (from ‘Songs in Vacuum’)
How Pease “denied” experiments of Miller by V.V. Demjanov (June 07, 2012)
from the valuable www.vixra.org
Also see: www.gsjournal.net
Hoi’s Note: Enter into physics quagmire at your own risk. For example, the paper cited in the audio “Verifying ‘Einstein’s time’ by using the equation ‘time=distance/velocity’” by Masahiko Makanae (July 17, 2017) at GSJournal.net is just one random article from a larger body of formal multinational scientific oppositions to relativity and by no means the soundest. The point is for you to please do your own research and beware of plenty of errant/naive/foolish science everywhere — whether it’s shunned or sanctified.
“Wonderfool World” by The Social Service
“Dynamo” by The Social Service
“Situation” by The Social Service
“Solarity” by The Social Service
“Realitivity” by The Social Service
Please review the CluesForum thread for references.
NOTE: Again, sorry about the static in the 5 minute introduction. This ultimately caused K and me to invest in new microphones, so future shows should be more free of these defects. Thanks for your patience. – hoi.polloi
@41:00 – 46:00
Quotes from English Ideology, Newton & the Exploitation of Science (see: REFERENCES below)
“Simple Solutions” by The Social Service.
“No Fool” by The Social Service.
English Ideology, Newton & the Exploitation of Science by E. Michael Jones
From hoi’s collection of popular biographies:
“Probability Models in Engineering and Science” by Haym Benaroya and Seon Mi Han and Mark Nagurka
Though ICfreely cites most everything with direct links besides Nietzsche, here are those links again for those too lazy to read through his posts: