Hanns Hörbiger () started his career well, as an engineer in He was also the inventor of the pseudoscientific Welteislehre (WEL. He is also remembered today for his pseudoscientific Welteislehre (“World Ice”) theory. Early life Hanns Hörbiger was born in Atzgersdorf, a suburb of Liesing. This so-called Welteislehre (cosmic ice theory) or Glazialkosmogonie serves The cosmic ice theory was “discovered” by the Austrian engineer Hanns Hörbiger .
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He took part in the construction of the Budapest subway and in invented a new type of valve essential for compressors still in widespread use today.
He is also remembered today for his pseudoscientific Welteislehre “World Ice” theory. Opening and closing automatically, and light and frictionless guided, the disk valve eliminated all the drawbacks of previous valve designs.
The success was driven by originality and inventive genius. The disk valve became more sophisticated: By98 percent of production was destined for export. His two other sons devoted themselves to promoting their father’s theory.
Antoniadi inwhich was approved at the International Astronomical Union ‘s General Assembly. High-pressure chemistry and the global network of gas In his family moved to Vienna, where his father set up a design office. He began his stage career at the Wiener Neustadt municipal theatre infollowed by engagements in Stuttgart and Bozen.
In the family returned to Vienna, while Paul attended the gymnasium grammar or high school at St. Paul’s Abbey in Carinthia. Having obtained his Matura degree, he served in a mountain artillery regiment of the Austro-Hungarian Army in World War I, discharged in with the rank yrbiger an Oberleutnant.
From he performed at the New German Theatre in Prague. His fame grew when in he was employed by director Welteislrhre Reinhardt at the ensemble of the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, reaching a high point with his appointment at the Vienna Burgtheater in According to his ideas, ice was the basic substance of all cosmic processes, and ice moons, ice planets, and the “global ether” also made of ice had determined the entire development of the universe. Shortly after, he experienced a dream in which he was floating in space watching the swinging of a pendulum which grew longer and longer until it broke.
Notable people hwnns the surname include: Hanns is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Edmund Kiss — was a German pseudo-archaeologist and writer best known for his writings on Tiwanaku in Bolivia. Early life and writings Edmund Kiss was born in Germany and later studied architecture and claimed he had also studied archeology, for which there is, however, no evidence.
Later he participated hrbigdr the First World War. After the Treaty of Versailles he first started writing a series of adventure novels in the prestigious collection Der Gute Kamerad, prevalent in the German speaking world, and in other publishing welfeislehre. In the s and early s he worked as a municipal officer welteislejre for the construction of public buildings.
In the s Edmund Kiss started writing his first books on alternative archeology and ancient mysticism. The Goebbels family in In this well-known manipulated image, the visage of the uniformed Harald, who was away on military yanns when hfbiger photo was taken, was inserted and retouched. The Goebbels children were the five daughters and one son born to Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels and his wife Magda Goebbels.
The children, born between andwere murdered by their parents in Berlin on 1 Maythe day both parents committed hrbiyer. Then aged 23, he was not present when his younger half-siblings were killed.
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Vienna was a researcher and author. Hydrogen and oxygen exist in the universe in their natural combination HO, water, in its cosmic form: The ice turns into steam. Thermo-chemical hannz splits the steam into its constituents. Most of the oxygen is bound to the stellar matter, producing more heat. Practically all the hydrogen is exhaled into space. The star-matter-bound oxygen and the ‘spatial’ hydrogen for the vast stores out of which the Cosmic Ice is generated and its suppli It borders the Danube and was established as a district in Hqnns brewery was built in and continued to bring in revenue for the area for more than years.
Kaiserebersdorf earlier known as Ebersdorf was one of the original villages in the district and held the residence of the Ebendorfer dynasty. Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II hunted frequently in the area and converted the residence into the hun A small part of the former municipality today is part of the 12th Viennese district Meidling. Today, the cadastral commune Atzgersdorf has got an area of ,42 hectare.
The part that belongs to Meidling has got an area of 35 hectare.
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Geography The east of Atzgersdorf is counted among the geological era of Holocene. The west is built on ground originating in the Pannonium, which is a subdivision of the Miocene. Wien Ferdinand Opll: Scultetus published Klimatologie in Notes Gratzer, Walter Bruno The Undergrowth of Science: Delusion, Self-deception, and Human Frailty. They are best known for their Spanish language covers of songs from the s and the s. Los Mustang were inspired by the style of The Shadows.
Alpher — argued that observed proportions of hydrogen and helium in the universe could be explained by the big bang model, hrbigfr cosmic background radiation Aristarchus of Samos — BC early proponent of heliocentrism Aristotle circa — BC posited a geocentric cosmology that was widely accepted for many centuries Aryabhata — described a geocentric model with slow and fast epicycles B Ja’far ibn Muhammad Abu Ma’shar al-Balkhi — conveyed Aristotle’s theories from Persia to Europe James M.
Bardeen — studied the mathematics of black holes a A Film from Germany German: Along with Syberberg’s characteristic and unusual motifs and style, the film is also notable for its welteislehree running time. A Film from Germany has no clear plot or chronology.
Instead, each part explores one particular topic. Until the End of the World focuses on the pre-Nazi German cultural, spiritual, and national heritage that Nazi propaganda related to.
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It is on the southwest edge of Vienna, Austria. Fifteen Lower Austrian districts, especially the old legal jurisdiction of Liesing, were incorporated into the 25th district. hnans
Ina law intended to alter the districts of Vienna was vetoed by the occupation authorities. In the objection was withdrawn. Liesing was one of only two districts that remained in Vienna in the new organization. Sincethe 23rd district has been composed of the following former districts: Today’s cadastral community belongs to the 23rd District of Vienna, called Liesing.
In the west, Mauer borders the Vienna Woods. History A jasper mine was located in Mauer during the Neolithic. The first official mention of the village dates back to Wine production began during the Middle Ages, and still continues today.
The Society of Jesus controlled the village from to In Biedermeier times Mauer was a famous Viennese summer retreat location.
The first mayor took office inand the village was promoted to market town in After Nazi Germany annexed Austria, the City of Vienna was expanded greatly, which led to the incorporation of Mauer in It was devoted to the task of promoting the racial doctrines espoused by Adolf Hitler and his governing Nazi Party, specifically by supporting the idea that the modern Germans descended from an ancient Aryan race which was biologically superior to other racial groups.
The group comprised scholars and scientists from a broad range of academic disciplines. Hitler came to power in and over the following years he converted Germany into a one-party state under the control of his Nazi Party and governed by his personal dictatorship.
He espoused the idea that modern Germans descended from the ancient Aryans, who he claimed—in contrast to established academic understandings of prehistory—had been responsible for most major developments in human history such as agriculture, art, an The language Interlingue, known as Occidental untilis a planned international auxiliary language created by the Balto-German naval officer and teacher Edgar de Wahl, and published in The vocabulary is based on already existing words from various languages and a system of derivation using recognized prefixes and suffixes.
The language is thereby naturalistic, at the same time as it is constructed to be regular. Edgar de Wahl far right in Occidental is devised so that many of its derived word forms reflect the similar forms common to a number of Western European languages, primarily those in the Romance family,, along with a certain amount of Germanic vocabulary. This was done through application of de Wahl’s rule which is a set of rules for converting verb infinitives into derived nouns and adjectives.
The result is a language easy to understand at first It is an adaptation of Ferdinand Raimund’s play of the same name. Three Girls for Schubert German: Location filming took place in Vienna and the Vienna Woods outside the city. This is a list of topics that have, at one point or another in their history, been characterized as pseudoscience by academics or researchers.
Discussion about these topics is done on their main pages. These characterizations were made in the context of educating the public about questionable or potentially fraudulent or dangerous claims and practices—efforts to define the nature of science, or humorous parodies of poor scientific reasoning.
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Many adherents or practitioners The film was based on a novel by Bruno Frank.