TIDBIT: THIS WEEK’S HONOURABLE MENTIONS
You may have noticed last week there were no honourable mentions. Truth to tell, Octobers are usually "heavy" months for me in terms of interviews, and that was true this month along with a host of added "daily mechanics of life," and that - not a shortage of articles - was the reason for the absence of honourable mentions: I simply had no time. But here we are with this week's honourable mentions, with our thanks once again to all of you who take the time to email and share articles. Here's a few that came close, with our thanks to V.T., M.D. (who spotted some very interesting papers on magnetism, torsion, and the sun's photosphere), and A.F. (who found a stunning paper on crystals mimicking gravitational effects on light); L.G.L.R., J.H., T.R., and N.:
(Once a lawsuit is brought or a court finding made that fraud mau have been committed, that "immunity" will evaporate in a barrage of lawsuits....)
Hmmm... magnetic waves in the sun's photosphere:
Ponder this one carefully...:
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