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This is part four of a four part guest post by ‘Lucy Skywalker’. Graeff’s experiments and 2LoD: Replication and Implications Lucy Skywalker recaps: In Part One I described my visit to Graeff’s seminar. In Part Two I described some of his experiments in detail. In Part Three I showed how he developed the backing theory. […]

This is part three of a four part guest post by ‘Lucy Skywalker’. Lucy Skywalker recaps: In Part One I described my visit to Graeff’s seminar. In Part Two I described some of his experiments in detail. Now in Part Three I will at last  discuss how he developed theoretical backing to his experimental evidence. […]

Guest post from ‘Lucy Skywalker’. Last time I described my visit to Roderich Graeff’s seminar. Now we look at the experiments in detail. Experiment trumps theory. Experiment is the final arbiter, as Einstein said. Only after looking at the experiments do I want to consider the theoretical elements. HISTORY AND CONTEXT One has to be […]

This is a guest post from ‘Lucy Skywalker’ who has recently returned from a trip to Germany where she attended a seminar given by Roderich Graeff, the engineering concern owner who has been experimenting with equipment he has designed to test the Loschmidt gravito-thermal effect.  This line of research is highly relevant to the theoretical […]

It is remarkable that in the climate science debate, the ideal gas law and its consequences in dynamic systems has been variously forgotten, misinterpreted, denied and ignored. In order to clear up the misconceptions, obfuscations , ignorance, error, and denial, it is time to do some practical science in order to lay the various misapprehensions and […]

This month, Talkshop contributor ‘Lucy Skywalker’ is travelling to Germany to attend a seminar being run by Roderick Graeff, the precision engineering company owner who conducted experiments to prove the existence of a temperature gradient in an isolated fluid column at equilibrium situated in a gravitational field. Graeff’s results matched his predictions, which ultimately derive […]

My thanks to Talkshop contributor William Gilbert for drawing Loschmidt to my attention. This is of  high relevance to the Jelbring and Nikolov-Zeller hypotheses.