From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: Sunday, 12 August 2018 12:55 AM
To: 'aami@aami.com.au'
Cc: 'myclaim@aami.com.au'
Subject: Rebuttal of your assessor and engineers' reports.

 

Hi AAMI,

 

I am a physicist of international repute and I was even asked to go on a database by the Institute of Physics from Bristol in the UK. Now I want to remind you that physicists are superior to engineers.

 

Look some people have commented that I’m possibly the greatest scientist of all time, and that I should have received about 6 Nobel prizes by now, if the Nobel foundation had not been a Jewish club that was trying to defend the Einstein legacy at all costs! I have played that down and said that so long as I’m still alive there’s always some hope of still getting rewarded for one’s contribution to the body of knowledge!

 

Many of my articles in some of my areas of interest are at the top or near the top on Google, and the key to this being impressive is when you simply put the topic in Google without your name! I’ve included some of the results for “Michelson-Morley Articles” top articles and no.3 article are mine; “Inflated speed of light” both of the top articles are mine; “Stellar aberration” here I have 2 lists of articles at no.4 and no. 5 but it must be noted that the top 2 are both Wikipedia articles which is often automatically the case, which means that my 2 articles could be thought of as no 2 and no. 3 in a manner of speaking; “variable speed of light and horizon problem” articles no.3 and no.4 are mine but once again it’s like having the top 2 because no1 and no2 are both Wikipedia articles; so that you can see what I mean:

 

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Michelson-Morley Articles. - Frank Russo

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642 Is there really 2 frames of reference in the Michelson-Morley experiment? ... 639 An after-thought to the speed of light articles published by me, in Galilean ...

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Basic Concepts of Measurement and the Michelson–Morley ... - Nature

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ONE of the reasons for the success of the scientific method is the rigorous control of the conditions of measurement. The effect of varying one parameter is ...

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The Michelson–Morley experiment: the final solution? | SpringerLink

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by FP Russo - ‎1998 - ‎Cited by 5 - ‎Related articles

Jump to About this article - Cite this article as: Russo, F.P. Speculations in Science and ... TheMichelsonMorley experiment: the final solution? Cite article.

 

 

 

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Meshing the 3 speeds of light! - Frank Russo

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Jan 18, 2013 - These include the aberration speed and the "inflatedspeed that are seen all over the universe... as well as these there are relative speeds ...

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The miracle of the speed of light! - Frank Russo

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Jan 23, 2013 - Abstract: Unravelling the mystery of the speed of light and explaining ... The third speed is of course the 'inflated' speed, which results from the ...

 

 

 

 

 

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Aberration of light - Wikipedia

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Jump to Search for stellar parallax - The aberration of light (also referred to as astronomicalaberrationstellar aberration, or velocity aberration) is an astronomical phenomenon which produces an apparent motion of celestial objects about their true positions, dependent on the velocity of the observer.

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Stellar aberration is an astronomical phenomenon "which produces an apparent motion of celestial objects". It can be proven mathematically that stellar aberration is due to the change of the astronomer's inertial frame of reference.

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The change in stellar position (stellar aberration) caused by the Earth's velocity of motion around the Sun.

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Some Articles on Stellar Aberration. - Frank Russo

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493 Stellar Aberration: the implications if we do not ignore 'light-time'. Frank Pio ... 491 Itemizing both the Absolute and Relative advance in Stellar Aberration ...

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stellar aberration - Russo vs Einstein

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The process of correcting the annual stellar aberration for the velocity of the earth's rotation using diurnal aberration is currently done inappropriately. When this ...

 

 

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This theory of the variable speed of light was—and still is—controversial. ... According to Magueijo, thevariable speed of light (VSL) theory emerged as a solution to a longstanding inconsistency in cosmology known as "the horizon problem" which arises when the speed of light is considered to be a constant.Dec 6, 2016

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Jump to Variable speed of light theories - Variable speed of light theories. ... In the VSL models, the fundamental constant c, denoting the speed of light in vacuum, is greater in the early universe than its present value, effectively increasing the particle horizon at the time of decoupling sufficiently to account for the observed isotropy of the CMB.

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Some of my 'speed of light' articles. Frank Pio Russo. 674 The answer to the suggested "variable speed of light" and the explanation to the "horizon problem".

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Jun 13, 2018 - An idea that is gaining strong popularity is that the speed of light was much faster in ... homogeneity of the universe plus other perceived problems. ... be that apparently the visible universe has a horizon of about 47 billion light ...

 

Now I disagree with current practice, but do not blame the engineers and your assessors for their orthodox position, however I will attempt to change the paradigm in this area. To me  and to my plumber as well as the RAA assessor, the situation was quite straightforward- there was a water leak and a heave resulted, and there was various cracking. However your people came very late on the scene and by the time your engineers have been regularly popping in as well as your surveyors the heave was no-longer there!

 

Now both your assessor and the engineers are arguing that because the cracks have not closed at all over the year and a half that they’ve been checking them, they must be seasonal variations due to movement of the soil! However my IQ of 170 can turn the tables back on you, because had they been seasonal variations, then we would have seen seasonal variations – which we have not! The key to understanding what has been going on is that there was a long delay to when the engineers started coming and the heave was virtually gone by then! The major factor to consider is the fact that the cracks are high-up near the roof line, now this means that for them to form, the heave had to expand the roof, and of course once the roof expands a bit, what happens at the foundations or baseline after that is not going to force the roof to contract!

 

I suggest that you swallow your pride and live up to your responsibility in fixing the problems, after all with your own people doing the job it’s not going to cost you much – probably just a few hundred dollars - when I believe you’ve wasted at least $15,000.00 with your engineers to squirm your way out of fixing it!? Plus I also gave the first engineer that came a soil report that showed the soil here as only “moderately reactive “ rather than highly reactive like elsewhere around here!

 

Sincerely – Frank Pio Russo.

 

 

 

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