Articles from Sullivan, Sulentic, Arp

Jan N. Sammer
78 Hartley Avenue
Princeton NJ

March 22, 1983

Dear Dewey:

I think you will find Walter Sullivan’s article from today’s New York Times of interest. Enclosed also is a copy of Jack Sulentic’s article from The Astrophysical Journal Letters of February 15th, on which the article of Sullivan is based. It appears that Halton C. Arp has been vindicated in a most unequivocal way; this should remove a major obstacle to a serious examination of your explanation of quasar red shifts.

I have made a good start on the reference checking for your astronomy book, but it will take a few weeks before I can get everything completed. I am enjoying the book very much—your discussion of the globular clusters, especially, is a real tour de force.

In other news, I have arranged for a review of The Neglected Facts of Science to be published in Kronos. It will be written by Dr. Henry A. Hoff, a member of ISUS. Dr. Hoff writes me that “the effort to review the book will be an enjoyable one”—so I hope this bodes well. I will have a chance to see it before it is published, and I will let you know in which issue it is to appear; at that time we may consider running an ad. Kronos has a paid circulation of ca. 1500.

With best wishes, and warm regards to Dorothy,


International Society of  Unified Science
Reciprocal System Research Society

Salt Lake City, UT 84106

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