Weber’s Electrodynamics and His Planetary Model of the Atom Posted bynadacer November 15, 2019November 20, 2019 1 Comment on Weber’s Electrodynamics and His Planetary Model of the Atom Friday, October 18th, 2019, 10:15 am Presentation by Andre K. T. Assis Video Download Presentation Slides Download Pictures
Dear Dr. Assis,
Thank you for the well-presented two links. The teaching of relational mechanics and its application to electrodynamics is long overdue. The persistence of the Einstein theories, and construction of experiments based on these theories still continues, along with the teaching of evolution. That all started from nothing about 4 billion years ago and developed into our magnificent cosmos and all life forms, is against reason itself. To step outside of physics and astronomy, it would be well to obtain some clues about the cosmos by reading what its Creator says especially in Genesis and the Psalms. The message is that the Earth is stationary at the universe’s center, with the sun and all the galaxies revolving about the Earth each day, driven by an extremely dense medium called the firmament which rapidly transmits signals. To investigate the nature of this firmament is a suitable task for physicists. The publication ‘Relational Mechanics and Implementation of Mach’s Principle with Weber’s Gravitational Force’ (2014) is excellent.
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