Felix Gorbatsewich - The Ether and Universe


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The author will greatly appreciate all constructive remarks and proposals to the point of, alas, protracted history related to the physical ether. You can write to the address below:

Felix Gorbatsevich
Geological Institute KSC RAS
14, Fersman Str., Apatity,
Murmansk region
184209, RUSSIA


Felix Gorbatsevich
P/b 418 Apatity,
Murmansk region
184209, RUSSIA
Phone: +78155579626