Dr. Eltjo H. Haselhoff (1962) has been interested in science since his childhood. After finishing his MSc in physics, specialised in laser physics, he worked at the prestigious Los Alamos National Laboratories in the USA and received a PhD in physics in 1993 with thesis Aspects of a Compton Free Electron Laser. During his professional career he has always closely collaborated with scientists world wide, and top-of-the-line institutes such as Harvard Medical School and MIT. Currently he works as a Senior Scientist in the field of Cardiology Informatics. Next to all that Eltjo has been chairman of the Dutch Centre for Crop Circle Studies from 1996 -2004. He has written many books on the topic and he is praised for his ground breaking research “An Experimental Study for Reproduction of Biological Anomalies Reported in the Hoeven 1999 Crop Circle” that was published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration.
Eltjo wrote the following article on the speed of light. In his lecture he will talk extensively about the speed of light. “Why is the speed of light limited? Why can it not go greater than its approximate velocity (3*10^8)?”
Lees het hier: https://www.quora.com/Why-is-the-speed-of-light-limited-Why-can-it-not-go-greater-than-its-approximate-velocity-3-10-8/answer/Eltjo-Haselhoff?share=ecbf35b4&srid=u1LaJ G
Eltjo presented his E=mc² 2.0 at the Glastonbury Symposium in July 2018. This is their report on that particular lecture:
“…And the Friday evening was indeed mind-blowing. Fulfilling our remit of ‘new frontiers’, we have long been inviting new views on science – and the presentation from Eltjo Haselhoff literally tipped science on its head. As a qualified physicist, Eltjo has always put his reputational neck on the line by also being prepared to embrace metaphysics, but this time he exceeded previous boundaries by giving us a new spin on Einstein’s famous concepts of ‘relativity’. Indeed, we were very lucky to be the first people ever to hear his brand new theory on how the universe works. In what Eltjo describes as ‘Simplified Relativity’, he has come up with the incredible and yet wonderfully simple notion that if everything that exists is already travelling at the speed of light, then many of the much-discussed anomalies involving time and space dilation and particle physics suddenly make complete sense in an ingenious and very elegant way. It may well one day turn out that Eltjo’s flash of inspiration could change the world. Whether, as someone who dabbles with sadly-disregarded phenomena like crop circles, he will ever receive the acknowledgment from scientists that he deserves remains to be seen… but remember that you heard it here first. It was necessarily complex and yet still accessible – and the perfect talk to be on while a total lunar eclipse took place outside (if hidden by cloud)!” (http://www.glastonburysymposium.co.uk/2018-symposium.html)
7.40 pm CET: zoom meeting opens
8.00 pm CET: start
9.30 pm CET: questions
10.00 pm CET: zoom meeting ends
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