Dr. John E. Brandenburg
with DiPietro & Molenaar, of the fourth edition of Unusual Mars Surface
Features. Plasma Physicist working primarily on the theory of magnetic confinement
of plasmas for fusion power and defense-related areas of plasma physics.
Unified Field Theories. Coauthor with Monica Paxton on book Dead Mars - Dying
Position statement: "The objects
in Cydonia appear to be heavily eroded, which makes interpretation difficult,
however, this erosion is consistent with the Cydonian Hypothesis, which dates
them from a period of earthlike climate on Mars, and also similar to the
condition of ancient earth archeology. In the Cydonian Hypothesis, published
in 1990, it was predicted that, despite erosion, new details suggesting archeological
origin would be found, if the objects were in fact archeological. As is discussed
in the book 'Dead Mars Dying Earth', such new details are in fact apparent.
Therefore, given the totality of new Mars data, the Cydonian Hypothesis has
gained ground. More images should be taken by the MGS in Cydonia, while it
can still take them."
- M.R. Paxson, S.K. Corrick,
J.E. Brandenburg, "All Sinks Plus: The Implications of the Obvious," American
Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, Sept. 1999.
- J.E. Brandenburg, M.R.
Mars, Dying Earth, The Crossing Press, 1999.
- J.E. Brandenburg, "On the
Effect of Large LEO Satcom Constellations on the Lower Thermosphere." American
Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, June 2, 1999.
- J. Erjavec, J.E. Brandenburg,
"Evidence for a Paleo-Ocean Shoreline, Sedimentary Features and Water Erosion
in Cydonia," American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting, June 3, 1999.
- H. Moore, J.E. Brandenburg,
S.K. Corrick, A. Sirisena, "Ice Found in Craters in Cydonia," American Geophysical
Union, Spring Meeting, June 3, 1999.
- J.E. Brandenburg, J.F.
Kline, V.R. DiPietro (Research Support Instruments) "Progress on the CMTX
(Colliding Micro-Tori eXperiment)," a poster session presented at the 1998
Division of Plasma Physics Meeting of the American Physical Society, Nov.