thuis quoth: Simultaneously, EU Commission advisor Alberto Giovannini, who led the group that set up the technical transition from national currencies to the euro, is quoted in today's Italian daily Il Sole 24 Ore stating unabashedly: "History teaches us that empires are more efficient and achieve great prosperity, because the imperial model is successful with an extended geography."
Although much attention has been mis-focused on Greece, LaRouche has emphasized that the epicenter of the European crisis is not Greece but Spain, and its Banco Santander. For example, of total German bank exposure in the eurozone of some 540 billion euros, Greek debt accounts for only 43 billion, or 8% of the total. Spain, by contrast, amounts to 240 billion euros, or 44% of the total. http://larouchepub.com/pr_lar/2010/lar_pac/100210lar_no_banco_bailout.html
thus: yeah, massless rocks o'light, built a hugely impenetrable bosonic wall around EinsteinoNewtonianism!
thus: the photographic record that I saw, in some rather eclectic compendium of Einsteinmania, seemed to show quite an effect, I must say; not that the usual interpretation is correct, though.
Nude Scientist said: > > "Enter another piece of luck for Einstein. We now know that the light- > > bending effect was actually too small for Eddington to have discerned