Collection T-MIN/14 - F. Harrison Stamper papers

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GB 249 T-MIN/14


F. Harrison Stamper papers


  • 1958 - 1962 (Creation)

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F. Harrison Stamper, who lived in Los Angeles, California, believed in the particle theory as against the more generally held field theory, and called his own beliefs the rational theory. He attacked Albert Einstein's theory of relativity in a series of self published papers and pamphlets, and in a series of letters to academics in the United States and Europe.

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Correspondence and papers on Stamper's rational theory.

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  • English

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