John Brandenburg

last updated 1/4/2018

John E. Brandenburg

Physicist at Morningstar Applied Physics , LLC

Company:
Morningstar Applied Physics , LLC

General Information

Experience

Garden Earth Enterprises

Principal Investigator On the Microwave Electro-Thermal Rocket Thruster Project - Center for Space Power

Senior Propulsion Scientist - Orbital Technologies Corporation

Researcher and Visiting Professor - Florida Space Institute-University of Central Florida , Kennedy Space Center , Florida , 32899

Education

BA - Physics , 

BA - Physics , Southern Oregon University

MS

MS - Applied Science , University of California at Davis

Ph.D. - Plasma Physics , Morningstar Applied Physics LLC

Ph.D. - Theoretical Plasma Physics , University of California

PhDUniversity of California , Davis

Affiliations

Lifetime Member - AIAA

Visiting Member - Association of Science & Society

Member of Engineering and Computer Science Faculty - University of Central Florida

Advisory Board Member On Reusable Launch Vehicles - Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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The 2017 Advanced Propulsion Workshop | Space Studies Institute

John Brandenburg of Morningstar Applied Physics, LLC

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2017 Advanced Propulsion Workshop Videos: Day Three | Space Studies Institute

Session 11: Dr. John E. Brandenburg
Morningstar Applied Physics, LLC For a PDF of Dr. Brandenburg's slides, click here.

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Did NASA/JPL Fudge Xenon-129 Data for Both Mars and Venus? - Earthfiles

December 22, 2017 Madison, Wisconsin - In 2015, a newly published book by plasma physicist John Brandenburg, Ph.D., was entitled, "Death On Mars: The Discovery of A Planetary Nuclear Massacre.
John Brandenburg dug deeply into original Viking 1976 atmospheric data that showed the amount of Xenon-129 on Mars was 2.5 times more abundant than the Xenon-129 to Xenon-132 ratio here on Earth. And we humans know that on this planet dozens of atomic and hydrogen bombs were exploded since July 1945 when America first tested an atomic bomb at the Trinity Site in New Mexico's White Sands Proving Ground and Missile Range. And then dropped two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that ended World War II. More atomic and hydrogen bomb tests continued into the 1960s. So, John Brandenburg says the only explanation for that 2.5 times more abundant Xenon-129 observable in the Martian atmosphere and soil would be two large hydrogen bombs exploded over the Red Planet's Northern Hemisphere and the places there called Cydonia Mensae and Galaxias Chaos. When could this have happened? John is not certain, but thinks it might have been several million years ago. Mars Versus Earth Fission Xenon Graph by John Brandenburg, Ph.D., Nuclear Physicist In the Martian northern hemisphere, Cydonia Mensae is at 40.75° north latitude and 9.46° west longitude; Galaxias Chaos is at 34.1° N and 213.6° W. Dr. John Brandenburg hypothesizes that there were many humanoid inhabitants like the "Face" that were incinerated by two deliberate atmospheric nuclear explosions to enhance the surface destruction at both locations. Graphic by John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D. In the Martian northern hemisphere, Cydonia Mensae is at 40.75° north latitude and 9.46° west longitude; Galaxias Chaos is at 34.1° N and 213.6° W. Dr. John Brandenburg hypothesizes that there were many humanoid inhabitants like the "Face" that were incinerated by two deliberate atmospheric nuclear explosions to enhance the surface destruction at both locations. Graphic by John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D. John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D., plasma physicist from Morningstar Applied Physics LLC, Madison, Wisconsin, was among NASA managers and astronauts along with Boeing, Northrop Grumman and other aerospace managers to present a technical paper for the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics (AIAA) 2016 Space Conference in Long Beach, Calif., about accumulating data that support his hypothesis that there were two hydrogen bomb explosions in the air over Cydonia Mensae and Galaxias Chaos in the Martian northern hemisphere eons ago. John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D., plasma physicist from Morningstar Applied Physics LLC, Madison, Wisconsin, was among NASA managers and astronauts along with Boeing, Northrop Grumman and other aerospace managers to present a technical paper for the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics (AIAA) 2016 Space Conference in Long Beach, Calif., about accumulating data that support his hypothesis that there were two hydrogen bomb explosions in the air over Cydonia Mensae and Galaxias Chaos in the Martian northern hemisphere eons ago. Interview: Howe 122217 Did NASA/JPL Fudge Xenon-129 Data for Both Mars and Venus? John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D., Plasma Physicist, 65, Morningstar Applied Physics and author "Death On Mars: The Discovery of A Planetary Nuclear Massacre" © 2015: JOHN, TALK TO ME ABOUT THE REACTIONS THAT YOU HAVE TO THIS TESTIMONY. BUT JOHN, TO COVER UP SOMETHING AS IMPACTFUL AS KNOWING THAT THERE HAS BEEN LIFE ON MARS AND THE IMPLICATION THAT REAFFIRMS YOUR OWN WORK THAT THERE WERE SOME KIND OF THERMONUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS ON MARS, AND THEN THIS NEW ADDITION OF VENUS. DID YOU KNOW ABOUT THAT? BUT JOHN, KEEPING THIS INFORMATION SECRET WITH POLICIES OF DENIAL DOES NOT CHANGE THE TRUTH THAT THERE - "Evidence for Large Anomalous Nuclear Explosions in Mars Past," © 2014 by John E. Brandenburg, Ph.D., nuclear physicist: http://spsr.utsi.edu/articles/EvidenceforaLargeAnomalous

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