No surprise -- Hoagland has been caught publishing incorrect data again. It has been said of his horrible web
site "The 90s called. They want their HTML back." It has also been said that everything on the site is poppycock.
The latter is certainly true of "Von Braun's Secret Part 1", which contains such howling,
screaming mathematical errors that the entire theory is instantly invalidated. Even Hoagland himself admitted, on his FB page a year ago, that the
math was wrong -- he just hasn't "had time" to correct it.
Here Hoagland is attempting to show that his Accutron watch responded to a "torsion wave" created by 3rd contact during the Venus transit of 2004.
He notes third contact at 07:03:53, and fourth contact at 07:21:00. The problem is that those times are simply wrong.
This official table clearly shows that, for Miami, the correct times are
07:07:33 EDT and 07:27:31 EDT.
The torsion wave theory was discredited decades ago. Hoagland's so-called science experiment detected nothing of the kind and is totally invalid.
Poor Richard, he is such a nice guy. Hoagland goes full force with every idea. they just never pan out for him, but he is interesting and has good
intent i beleive. Intent is what matters most, even though he had some books and made some cash, who knows, but i still think hes a good guy, just
hasnt found and proven the holy grail he is looking for.
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