Mel Acheson: How science can lose its way – EU2014

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Mel Acheson has contributed numerous insights to the Electric Universe movement for more than 15 years, giving readers both a chuckle and something to think about. His editorials were a regular feature in the electronic newsletter Thoth.

Mel is now a frequent contributor to the Thunderbolts Picture of the Day (TPOD) and Space News. Mel is famous for his short five to ten minute essays presented at the EU conferences.

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3 Comments

  1. Mr. Mel Acheson. Greetings., How knowledge of the world slides. Because of its route travels. Unless stones to create obstacles., Which also calls for the passage of her handwork. Eu2014., I think that far ahead.mr.badrloo

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