Documents by Prof. Dimitrie Olenici, at the Planetarium, Suceava, Bucovina in northern Romania

Suceava Planetarium


First, we present a report by Dimitrie Olenici upon experiments he recently conducted during alignments of the minor planets Ceres, Juno, and Pallas with the Sun.

Click Here for a MS-Word file of this report (22K).

Click Here and Here for spreadsheets and charts relating to Ceres; Here and Here for spreadsheets and charts relating to Pallas; and Here and Here for spreadsheets and charts relating to Juno (all small files).


Next, we present a preliminary report by Dimitrie Olenici upon the pendulum experiments he and colleagues conducted in Romania during the solar eclipse of 8 April 2005 and the subsequent lunar eclipse of 24 April 2005.

The entrance to Cacica salt mine, and its manager Anton Grudniky

Dimitrie Olenici in the experimental chamber, 40 meters underground in the solid salt

Click Here for a MS-Word file of this report (256K).

Click Here and Here and Here and Here and Here and Here and Here for spreadsheets with the data on which this report is based (all small files).



And here is a preliminary report by Dimitrie Olenici upon the pendulum experiments he conducted on the island of Borneo, in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, during the solar eclipse of 14 October 2004.

Click Here for a MS-Word file of this report (435K).



And here is a preliminary report by Dimitrie Olenici upon the subsequent pendulum experiments he conducted in Kuching during the associated lunar eclipse of 28 October 2004, in which he observed the "lunar anti-eclipse effect".

Click Here for a MS-Word file of this report (606K).

Here is the calculated track of the Sun-Moon line during this eclipse, as it intersected the surface of the Earth near Kuching:



Dimitrie Olenici and Thomas Goodey present a demonstration with a Foucault pendulum in Kuching in the equatorial zone for Mahathir Mohammed, the ex-prime minister of Malaysia, and five of his Government colleagues. Olenici and Goodey are the two figures on the left, Tun Mahathir is third from the right, and our kind sponsor Philip Yiin of Alom Corporation is at the extreme right. Our exhibition "The Sarawak Pendulum Experiments" can be seen in the background.



Dimitrie Olenici's pamphlet "Studies on the Allais and Jeverdan... Effects..."

This document was published in the Annual of the National Museum of Bucovina for 2000-2001-2002, and also issued as a private pamphlet.

Click Here for a PDF file of this seminal document (2MB). In particular, Fig. IVb merits attention. This is the first time, as far as I know, that anybody ever suggested that an Allais effect might occur at an anti-solar-eclipse point. This concept deserves to be termed the "Olenici Conjecture".


Dimitrie Olenici's most recent article (similar name, but different contents): "Studies on the Allais and Jeverdan... Effects..." in the Annual of the National Museum of Bucovina for 2004.

Click Here for a MS-Word file of this document (588K).


And here is a big spread: an in-depth 'personality' article about Dimitrie Olenici from the Borneo Post magazine of Saturday, October 30th:

Click Here for the reference from the front page.

Click Here for an image of the first page (533KB).

Click Here for an image of the second page (563KB)


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