Fwd: IAU Symposium 267

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Subject: Re: IAU Symposium 267
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 12:46:58 +1000

Dear Dr. Peterson,

Interesting – given that my paper deals with the very existence of the very object (black hole) which is central to the stated purpose of this Symposium: “*the main topics of the Symposium, which is fairly tightly focussed on the co-evolution of galaxies and the supermassive black holes that reside in them.*” Evidently, the Symposium is one on a phantasm, which is taken as a physical fact.

Attached is my full paper, which was presented orally in Munich last month at a major conference convened by the German Physical Society. The Symposium’s Scientific Organizing Committee members, of the International Astronomical Union, are invited to comment on this paper, which is still doing rounds on the international circuit. Many people, scientists and laymen alike, have taken considerable notice.

Yours faithfully, Stephen J. Crothers. ________________________

On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 4:35 AM, Bradley Peterson wrote:

> Dear Dr. Crothers, > > The Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC) of International Astronomical > Union Symposium 267 on “Evolution of Galaxies and Central Black > Holes: Feeding and Feedback” has now completed its review of > 270 submitted abstracts. We regret to inform you that your proposed paper > “The Schwarzschild solution and its implications for gravitational waves ” > was not selected for oral or poster presentation at the Symposium > as the SOC judged that the proposed abstract, while of potential > interest to some of the participants, was not strongly linked to > the main topics of the Symposium, which is fairly tightly focussed > on the co-evolution of galaxies and the supermassive black holes > that reside in them. > > On behalf of the SOC, > > Brad Peterson > > > ————————————————————————- > Dr. Bradley M. Peterson ! Tel: (614) 292-2022 > Professor and Chair ! FAX: (614) 292-2928 > Department of Astronomy ! email: peterson] at [astronomy.ohio-state.edu > The Ohio State University ! web: http://www.astronomy.ohio-state.edu/~peterson > 140 West 18th Avenue > Columbus, OH 43210-1173 > USA > ————————————————————————- > > >


Attachment: DPSpaper.pdf

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