September 24, 2013

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Unified Moon Theory


image by Peter Rosén, Stockholm, Sweden

The guesses to explain yesterday's LPOD were in favor of moonlight reflected in a lake or a pond. Good guesses, but they are wrong, of course. Even among lunar scientists, most people have never heard of Einsteins "Unified Moon Theory". In this historic photograph he is summarizing it into the formula on his blackboard at Princeton: α≈χ

Unfortunately it was overshadowed by his more renowned formula of the special relativity, E=mc², and it quickly fell into oblivion.

Peter Rosén
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PS - there are alternative explanations, also:
We return to your normally scheduled LPODs tomorrow, maybe.

Yesterday's LPOD: ?

Tomorrow's LPOD: Is It or Isn't It?


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