Norman Silliman

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Norman Silliman
Norman Silliman
Born (1937-01-05)January 5, 1937
Residence Nixon, TX, United States
Nationality USA
Known for Aether, Gravity, Fundamental Forces, Light, Interferometry, Gyroscopes, artificial vision, global warming
Scientific career
Fields Computer Programmer

Married to JoAnn since 1964, four (4) grown children, one (1) grandson. Degree in General Science from the University of Oregon, 1969, where I studied Accounting, Computer Programing, and Geology. Worked as a computer programmer on four (4) different machines, in three (3) different languages for forty (40) years. Started using e-mail in 1995, wrote my own web-page in 1998.

Two great disappoints in my life have been in the scientific arena. At one time I had a 50 year subscription to Scientific American, and a 30 year subscription to Science. Not a single breakthrough in physics but grudgingly reporting of breakthroughs in application (engineering) technology. Lots of bragging about magnetic confinement hot nuclear fusion, which never did work.

I have a wide range of interests, some of which I have written illustrated essays about, including the Nature of Light, Magnetism, Gyroscopic Force, Pushing Gravity, Robotic Vision, Global Warming, and Noah's Flood, and recently Michelson's Aether drift experiment

I am an advocate of Aether Physics, but don't have a firm theory.