Pronunciation Note

FOR POSTING: Essay Broadcast 120

April 20, 2016

This is the broadcast of Essay 120 just posted, describing perihelion precession as a Lense Thirring effect with its characteristic gravitomagnetic Lande factor.”

Well done with Thirring (i.e. not making the ‘th’ sound as in thrifty), but not so good with Lense, which should have two syllables. It is almost as if you are speaking a foreign language … something which is true of all of your nonsense-physics.

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