Dr. John Brandenburg, Sunday, 5-19-13 May 20, 2013Posted by The Space Show in Uncategorized.
Tags: Albert Einstein, Clementine Mission, cold fusion, cosmology, Dr. John Brandenburg, fringe physics, GEM Theory, gravity, Higgs boson, Kaluza-Klein, LENR, lunar meteor impact, Mach's Principle, mainstream physics, Max Planck, particle physics, physics frontier, plasma physics, quantum mechanics, Richard Feynman, science fiction, Shoemaker-Levy impact, Unified Field Theory
Dr. John Brandenburg, Sunday, 5-19-13
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We welcomed back Dr. John Brandenburg for an interesting science fiction and physics discussion for 2 hours and 7 minutes. We started our first segment with Dr. Brandenburg talking about the recent meteor impact on the Moon, parallels with the Shoemaker-Levy comet impact on Jupiter, and even referencing the Clementine Mission. We then moved into John’s science fiction writing which he usually does under the name of Victor Norgarde. However, his latest book project, a book that goes into the metaphysical realms and is titled “The Cosmic Jesus,” he uses his real name. Based on his discussion of the book with us, I hope to feature it with John on future Space Show program. Dr. Brandenburg then introduced us to the theories of Richard Feynman and John Wheeler and the impact of their work today.
In our second segment, Dr. Brandenburg talked about his GEM Tetra Unification Theory and the Higgs-Boson particle. In this discussion, our guest did use a moderately heavy physics language citing several theories and the works of others such as Kaluza-Klein theory so stay with us as we talked about hidden dimensions, quantum mechanics, force fields, LENR & cold fusion, Mach’s Principle and much more. John speculated on the Higgs being able to help us figure out how to reduce the mass of a spaceship so it could accelerate to the speed of light. As you will hear, our caller John Hunt who is now in Ft. Worth rather than Atlanta talked with our guest about not impacting the inside of the spaceship and the occupants in reducing the mass of the spaceship. At times, this was a very technical discussion. Later in the segment, Sandra in Seattle emailed in asking our guest to assign himself to either traditional physics, the frontier of physics, or the lunatic fringe of physics. This turned into a most interesting discussion about physics and each of the three classifications. You guess where Dr. Brandenburg placed himself in terms of the three classification descriptors. For most of the rest of the discussion, Dr. Brandenburg talked about physics, what it takes to get theories and ideas into the academic discussion and at some point accepted or at least seriously considered. Another listener emailed him for conference suggestions since John said that it was important to go to conferences, publish, present, etc. In Dr. Brandenburg’s closing remarks, he left us with a challenging question to consider!
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