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What's the deal with this kook? Stefan Marinov
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dda1
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 20, 2006 6:31 am    Post subject: What's the deal with this kook? Stefan Marinov Reply with quote

I just found out about this kook, who aparently managed to publish in
General Relativity and Gravity, some OWLS experiment:

http://www.helical-structures.org/selected_articles/Mes_abs_vel.pdf

The crackpot community holds this guy in some great esteem, I haven't
read yet his paper, what is the deal with it and what is the debunk?
Tom, ever herad of him?

Thank you
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 21, 2006 9:40 am    Post subject: Re: What's the deal with this kook? Stefan Marinov Reply with quote

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I just found out about this kook, who aparently managed to publish in
General Relativity and Gravity, some OWLS experiment:

http://www.helical-structures.org/selected_articles/Mes_abs_vel.pdf

The crackpot community holds this guy in some great esteem, I haven't
read yet his paper, what is the deal with it and what is the debunk?
Tom, ever herad of him?

Thank you

I haven't seen a published "debunk". However:

- Such experiments are not as "easy" to perform as Marinov suggested,
certainly not if one wants to do it well. I have strong doubts about his
claimed measurement accuracy, and the lack of presentation of measurement
data is striking. Moreover, he was obsessed with this subject and everything
was done by himself. Thus the possibility of observer bias must be taken in
account. So far no-one else has reproduced these experiments.

- If I'm not mistaken, his theory conflicts with results of other
measurements.

Harald
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