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  • ==Online Flat Earth Literature== == Offline Flat Earth Literature ==
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  • ...ars in over 200 papers. Alternative theories still appear in peer-reviewed literature (see examples below), and alternative redshift theories are discussed in c ...ed a first explanation. Since much of the observational evidence is in the literature, we may ask why it is being ignored. Here the problem appears to be sociol
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  • ...assumed that the maximal possible velocity is ''c''. As can be seen in the literature, there are almost as many explanations as the authors that have tried to e A search of the literature reveals that none of the five new optical effects predicted by the special
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  • [[Category:Literature]]
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  • ...linear or spherical perspective in Literature on Perspective: Sources and Literature of Perspective.
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  • Both definitions are used in astronomical literature. Definition (a) has been used in Astronomical Ephmeris since its beginning
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  • their repetition in current literature. The mistakes have been exposed in
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  • back looking up”. Clearly, there exists a lack of consensus in the literature about the
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  • ...apiro noted: “Many results contradictory to this have been reported in the literature but all of them have involved faulty experiments due to a lack of realizat
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  • ...y Read'', p. 163). Koestler remarks that discrepancies in the biographical literature on the number of epicycles in Copernicus’ system is due to the fact that
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  • ...had almost entirely disappeared from even "serious," as well as "popular" literature.}}--Science Fiction Studies, Volume 5, Part 2, July 1978 - https://www.dep ...correct that gravity decreases with altitude, that the experiments in the literature do not take factors related to the atmosphere into account. The author cal
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