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Theodore A Holden

Recently retired after a 40-year career in computer software development which included major roles in a number of high-profile US military projects including BRAAT (Base Recovery After Attack), the US Navy Document Interchange Format (DIF) project and a number of others. Mr. Holden has also been involved in neo-catastrophist studies and ongoing efforts to understand the prehistory of our planet. He is the author of “Dinosaurs, Gravity, and Changing Scientific Paradigms” which was the first work to make a scientific case for attenu ated gravity being a factor in the sizes of sauropod dinosaurs. Mr. Holden's works were featured on a prime-time television production about gravity which was shown throughout Japan in 2004.

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The Ganymede Hypothesis

The Ganymede Hypothesis - Part 3: Ganymede

Ancient Jupiter is elevated to the sub-stellar status of having once been a T-class sub-brown dwarf, enjoying a much tighter orbit around the sun within the latter’s so-called ‘habitable zone’. This...
Ganymede - Dark and bright sides of the ancient system

The Ganymede Hypothesis - Part 2: Dark and bright sides of the ancient system

Rocky planets orbiting a sub Brown dwarf star would orbit inside the plasma sheath or Heliosphere of the small star. Radiant energy would not be in short supply, but light would be and would be...
The Ganymede Hypothesis

The Ganymede Hypothesis - Part 1: The Original Double Solar System

Consider the axis tilts of planets in our system. If our system had formed from a swirling disk of solar material as textbooks claim, all axial tilts should be approximately the same, that is, all...
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