Mel Acheson: How science can lose its way – EU2014
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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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