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Meta Research Bulletin
Index of Past Issues

Volume:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

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    VOLUME 1 (1992)

    • Mystery Object Encountered by Russian Phobos Spacecraft  -- p. 1
    • First Asteroid Images: Satellite Analysis  -- p. 4
    • A Symmetric Version of the Twin Paradox in Relativity  -- p. 6
    • Recent Meetings: Division for Planetary Sciences, 11/91  -- p. 9
    • Possible Perseid Meteor Storm (P. Brown)  -- p. 11
    • On the "Speed of Gravity"  -- p. 12
    • A Cosmological Reckoning (R. Oldershaw)  -- p. 17
    • New Cobe Results and the Big Bang "Fireball"  -- p. 17
    • Recent Meetings: American Astronomical Society, 1/92  -- p. 21
    • Recent Meetings: Xiiith Krakow Summer School of Cosmology  -- p. 25
    • New Object Found Beyond Pluto  -- p. 27
    • Quasars: Near Versus Far  -- p. 28
    • The Cyrillid Meteors  -- p. 32
    • A Follow-Up to the Twins Paradox  -- p. 33
    • Letters to the Editor: Phobos' Final Pictures: The Mystery That Wasn't! (D. Fischer)  -- p. 35
    • The Redshift Hypothesis for Quasars: Is the Earth the Center of the Universe? (abstract: Y. Varshni)  -- p. 39
    • Proper Motions and Distances in Quasars (abstract: Varshni)  -- p. 40
    • No Redshifts in Galaxies Either (abstract: Y. Varshni)  -- p. 41
    • The Origin of Valles Marineris  -- p. 41
    • The Meta Model: New Deductive Cosmology from 1st Principles  -- p. 46

    VOLUME 2 (1993)

    • Abstracts of Papers from our Readers  -- p. 1
      • The Velocity of Light: Is it Constant? (A. Montgomery & L. Dolphin)
      • Is there a Connection Between Nonmetricity and the Large Numbers Hypothesis? (L. Smalley)
    • Follow-Up on Issues from the 1992 Meta Research Bulletin  -- p. 2
    • The Origin of the Martian Moons  -- p. 3
    • The Kuiper Belt of Comets Does Not Exist  -- p. 6
    • Recent Meeting Highlights: The Solar System's New Perspective  -- p. 13
    • Comet Breaks Up Near Jupiter, May Collide  -- p. 14
    • At What Speed Does Gravity Propagate?  -- p. 14
    • Eclipse Edge Expedition '94  -- p. 23
    • Stellar Aberration (abstract: H. Hayden)  -- p. 29
    • Setting Mission Priorities for Nasa's Mars Observer (McDaniel)  -- p. 29
    • The Secret of the Pulsars (R. Levinson)  -- p. 30
    • On the Importance of Nonclassical SETI (A. Arkhipov)  -- p. 39
    • A Critique of the Exploding Planet Theory (C. Ginenthal)  -- p. 41
    • Response to Ginenthal's Critique  -- p. 44
    • Galilean Special Relativity  -- p. 48

    VOLUME 3 (1994)

    • John Gribbin's "In the Beginning: After COBE and Before the Big Bang". (Book Review: R. Estock)  -- p. 1
    • Breaking News: Satellites of Minor Planets  -- p. 2
    • Relativity with Flat Spacetime  -- p. 9
    • Henry S.F. Cooper, Jr.'s "The Evening Star: Venus Observed" (Book Review: R. Estock)  -- p. 13
    • The Real Infinity  -- p. 15
    • November Eclipse Expedition to Chile  -- p. 19
    • Predictions for the Comet Sl-9 Collision with Jupiter  -- p. 20
    • Did the Universe have a Beginning?  -- p. 25
    • Does NASA Hinder Science?  -- p. 35
    • Follow-up to Comet SL-9 Impacts on Jupiter  -- p. 38
    • Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 39
    • 1994 Total Solar Eclipse Expedition Report  -- p. 41
    • Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 50
    • Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright  -- p. 52

    VOLUME 4 (1995)


    VOLUME 5 (1996)

    • #1 Planet X, 1841-1992 (P. Schlyter)  -- p. 1
    • #1 Exploring the Frontiers in the Journal of Scientific Exploration (B. Haisch)  -- p. 11
    • #1 Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 15
    • #2 Johann Schroeter's "Extremely Dark Spots of Jupiter" (W. Sheehan & T. Dobbins)  -- p. 17
    • #2 Possible New Properties of Gravity, Part I  -- p. 23
    • #2 Next Eclipse Expedition to Galapagos Islands  -- p. 30
    • #2 Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 31
    • #3 Are the 'Mars Meteorites' Really from Mars?  -- p. 33
    • #3 Possible New Properties of Gravity, Part II  -- p. 38
    • #3 Extended Meta-Notes by E-mail  -- p. 50
    • #3 Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 51
    • #4 Historic Leonid Meteor Storms (G. Kronk)  -- p. 53
    • #4 Announcing the Meta Research Web Site  -- p. 61
    • #4 Possible New Properties of Gravity, Addendum  -- p. 62
    • #4 Atoms Change In Friedmann Universes (W. Sumner)  -- p. 64
    • #4 Cumulative Five-Year Index  -- p. 65
    • #4 Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 68

    VOLUME 6 (1997)

    • #1 New Evidence of Artificiality at Cydonia on Mars  -- p. 1
    • #1 Remarkable Papers in the Journals  -- p. 15
    • #2 The Original Solar System  -- p. 17
    • #2 Comet Hale-Bopp Update  -- p. 29
    • #3 Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Moon (A. Arkhipov)  -- p. 33
    • #3 The Haruspices of Reality (physics humor by Dale Means)  -- p. 35
    • #3 Zecharia Sitchin -- A Balanced Critique (A. Alford)  -- p. 39
    • (Click on thumbnail to view the full-sized image)

      The four images above accompany the article written by Ukranian astronomer A.V. Arkhipov, who has spotted some interesting lunar landforms deserving of further attention. The author scanned Clementine spacecraft high-resolution images of the Moon's surface with automated software, searching for possible buried structures of artificial origin.
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 43
    • #4 The Speed of Gravity -- What the Experiments Say  -- p. 49
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 63
    • #4 Top Ten Problems with the Big Bang  -- p. 64
    • #4 Annual Index for Volume 6 (1997)  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 7 (1998)

    • #1 Galapagos Solar Eclipse Expedition Report  -- p. 1
    • #1 Gravity and Redshift From First Principles  -- p. 9
    • #1 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 13
    • #2 When Worlds Collide, Ancient Knowledge is Confirmed (Z. Sitchin)  -- p. 17
    • #2 Best Evidence Yet for Planetary Artifacts  -- p. 22
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 31
    • #3 Notes on Gravitation in the Meta Model (V. Slabinski)  -- p. 33
    • #3 The Meta Cycle  -- p. 43
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 47
    • #4 Dark Matter, Missing Planets and New Comets -- 1999 Edition  -- p. 49
    • #4 Euler's Impulsion Gravity (J. Lamprecht)  -- p. 53
    • #4 Book Review: Seeing Red by Halton Arp  -- p. 58
    • #4 Book Review: The Aliens and the Scalpel by Dr. Roger Leir  -- p. 61
    • #4 The NEAR Challenge  -- p. 63
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 8 (1999)

    • #1 Strategies For Dissenting Scientists (B. Martin)  -- p. 1
    • #1 The Perihelion Advance Formula  -- p. 10
    • #1 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 16
    • #2 A Critical Look at the Basis of Quantum Mechanics (C. Dulaney)  -- p. 17
    • #2 SETI Beyond Radio Searches (D. Tarter)  -- p. 20
    • #2 Follow-up to the Perihelion Advance Formula  -- p. 24
    • #2 META Science in the News  -- p. 31
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 32
    • #3 Leonid Predictions for the years 1999-2007 with the Satellite Model of Comets (Esko Lyytinen)  -- p. 33
    • #3 Homer in the Baltic (F. Vinci)  -- p. 40
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 44
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 48
    • #4 Preliminary Search for Ruin-Like Formations on the Moon (A. Arkhipov)  -- p. 49
    • #4 Not-So-Cosmic Censorship and Black Holes (K. Brunstein)  -- p. 54
    • #4 1999 Leonid Meteor Storm – How the Predictions Fared  -- p. 59
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 63
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 9 (2000)

    • #1 Physics Has Its Principles  -- p. 1
    • #1 Survey For Ruin-Like Formations on the Moon (A. Arkhipov)  -- p. 9
    • #1 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 14
    • #1 Highlights of the Latest Eme  -- p. 16
    • #2 Classical Stellar Evolution: White Dwarfs, Neutron Stars, Black Holes (C. Dulaney)  -- p. 17
    • #2 Proof that the Cydonia Face on Mars is Artificial  -- p. 22
    • The “Fortress” and “Tholus” at Cydonia  -- p. 27
    • #2 Exploded Planets & Ancient Religions  -- p. 31
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 31
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 32
    • #3 The Meaning of Cydonia  -- p. 33
    • #3 This Year’s Leonid Meteors  -- p. 42
    • #3 Addendum to “Proof that the Cydonia Face on Mars is Artificial”  -- p. 44
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 45
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 48
    • #4 Hubble Telescope Release Challenged (H.C. Arp)  -- p. 49
    • #4 Announcing New Cosmology Web Site  -- p. 51
    • #4 The Leonid Meteors of 2000: Results  -- p. 52
    • #4 The Coming Leonid Storm of 2001  -- p. 56
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 58
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 63

    VOLUME 10 (2001)

    • #1 Artificial Structures on Mars  -- p. 1
    • #1 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 15
    • #2 Something Rotten at the Core of Science? (D. Horrobin)  -- p. 17
    • #2 Preliminary Analysis of 2001 April 8 Cydonia Face Image  -- p. 19
    • #2 Comments on NRC Aims, Methods, and Assumptions, May 2001 (T. Phipps)  -- p. 29
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 31
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 32
    • #3 Myths, Facts, and Belief Systems (D. Robinette)  -- p. 33
    • #3 Great Pyramid at Giza (E. Miller & S. Sloan & G. Wilson)  -- p. 35
    • #3 The Face at Cydonia on Mars (R. DeRosa & N. DeRosa)  -- p. 45
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 47
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 48
    • #4 2001 Leonid Meteor Storm - Results  -- p. 49
    • #4 Discussion of “Great Pyramid at Giza” (Rydin/Starosta/Spedicato/Wilson)  -- p. 56
    • #4 On the Origin of Pluto and Triton  -- p. 59
    • #4 Exploded Planets and Ancient Religions  -- p. 62
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 62
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 11 (2002)

    • #1 What Really Happened at the K/T Extinction Event  -- p. 1
    • #1 The Top 30 Problems with the Big Bang  -- p. 5
    • #1 Science in the News  -- p. 13
    • #1 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 16
    • #2 Critique of the Meta Model of the Universe (R. Rydin)  -- p. 17
    • #2 Overview of Pushing Gravity: New Perspectives on Le Sage’s Gravity Theory  -- p. 24
    • #2 Allais Pendulum Effect During Solar Eclipses Explained  -- p. 25
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 30
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 31
    • #3 Planetary Explosion Mechanisms  -- p. 33
    • #3 What the Global Positioning System Tells Us about the Twin’s Paradox  -- p. 39
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 46
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 48
    • #4 Does Gravity Have Inertia?  -- p. 49
    • #4 2002 Leonids & Eclipse Edge Expedition Report  -- p. 53
    • #4 2002 Australian Eclipse Edge Expedition Report  -- p. 57
    • #4 Message Board, Web Site, Volunteers, Members  -- p. 60
    • #4 #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 61
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 12 (2003)

    • #1 The Other Two Pyramids at Giza (G. Wilson)  -- p. 1
    • #1 Why Smart People Believe Weird Things Too (M. Shermer)  -- p. 8
    • #1 Origin of Moon by Giant Impact -- History or Hollywood  -- p. 10
    • #1 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 14
    • #1 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 16
    • #2 21st Century Gravity  -- p. 17
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 29
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 32
    • #3 Lorentz Contraction  -- p. 33
    • #3 The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good 'Face on Mars'  -- p. 36
    • #3 NASA's "Search for Life" a Charade (M. Tonnies)  -- p. 39
    • #3 Commentary on "21st Century Gravity" (V. Slabinski)  -- p. 40
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 46
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 47
    • #4 Forbidden Shapes on Mars  -- p. 49
    • #4 The Structure of Matter in the Meta Model  -- p. 58
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 63
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 13 (2004)

    • #1 Aliens Cause Global Warming (M. Crichton)  -- p. 1
    • #1 Comments on "Structure of Matter in Meta Model" (R. Rydin)  -- p. 9
    • #1 Mars Rovers and the EPH  -- p. 12
    • #1 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 15
    • #1 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 16
    • #2 Tired light and the shape effect in cosmology (A. Kelly)  -- p. 17
    • #2 Black Drop Effect During Transits  -- p. 22
    • #2 Do Supernovas Prove an Expanding Universe?  -- p. 28
    • #2 Feedback from readers  -- p. 30
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 31
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 32
    • #3 The Martian “Glassy Tubes”  -- p. 33
    • #3 Pathological Disbelief (B. Josephson)  -- p. 43
    • #3 Book review: After the Martian Apocalypse” (H. Crater)  -- p. 45
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 46
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 47
    • #4 Mars ‘Profile Image’ analysis (J. Levasseur)  -- p. 49
    • #4 Is Physics Slowly Changing (H.C. Arp)  -- p. 59
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 62
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 63

    VOLUME 14 (2005)

    • #1 Testing Hypotheses: Prediction vs. Prejudice (P. Lipton)  -- p. 1
    • #1 How Much Fiction is Necessary in Science? (G.M.R. Winkler)  -- p. 8
    • #1 How Dangerous are Peer Review and Consensus? (P. Stott)  -- p. 13
    • #1 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 14
    • #1 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 16
    • #2 Deep Impact: Coming Clues to the Origin of the Solar System  -- p. 17
    • #2 The Origin of Valles Marineris  -- p. 22
    • #2 Mars Had Water? Is That the Real Story?  -- p. 29
    • #2 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 31
    • #2 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 32
    • #3 Deep Impact Probe Hits Comet Tempel 1  -- p. 33
    • #3 Is Faster-then-light Propagation Allowed? (primer on Lorentzian Relativity)  -- p. 38
    • #3 Outcome of Exploded Planet Hypothesis Predictions  -- p. 44
    • #3 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 48
    • #3 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 48
    • #4 Does the Universe Have a Speed Limit?  -- p. 49
    • #4 Meta Research Bulletin Goes Electronic  -- p. 62
    • #4 Meta Science in the News  -- p. 63
    • #4 Highlights of the Latest EME  -- p. 64

    VOLUME 15 (2006)

    • #1 ...  -- p. 1

 
 
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