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Larry Burford

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Posted - 02/02/2011 :  21:19:07  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
Jim asked this question on another forum ...

Gravity and Relativity/Requiem for Relativity 28 Jan 2011:18:33:53

... where it is off topic, so I decided it was time to create an EPH specific forum.




[Jim] "LB, Your last post is all good (but) As far as I know there is nothing in human writing indicating a planet size object has any way to explode but TVF had observational data that lead him to use EPH to explain the data. There was a half light/half dark planet as well as several other observations that he was using as guide lines-I know other people made those observations no problem with that and if anyone wants to look into it they can. I just want to understand why he proposed EPH as the answer that fit those observations (whatever that are)."
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