The Institute for Gravitronomic Inertiametrics

Marcus Thornwood

Director of Communications. Studies in communications in Bayreuth, doctorate at the Bronisław Malinowski Institute for Public Policy in Frankfurt/Main, postdoctoral work at the Center for Applied Public Relations in Heidelberg. Head of an independent research group and senior media strategist at the London Science Institute and Performing Arts Centre, director of communications at the Institute for Gravitronomic Inertiametrics for the past 17 years.

On the Principles of Human-Powered Flight

Once the purview of science fiction—and indeed outright fantasy (cf. “Ballooning Craze” of the 18th century [Holmes 2009])—the theory, principles, properties, and morality behind self-contained human-powered flight through the air have been discovered under the auspices of the Institute for Gravitronomic Inertiametrics. Dr. Annabelle Clumber,  currently a journeyman inertiametricist in her third of a five-year …

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A Sixth Sense: Direction

Over 30 years after the discovery of the relationship bees have with the earth’s magnetic field (Gould, Kirschvink, Deffeyes, 1978), leading researchers from the Institute’s Center for Theoretical and Applied Geonomics, partnered with the Institute’s Department of Electromagnetic Biomestry, have made a discovery of their own. Dr. Jónar Sørensen, official director of the joint study, …

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