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Patricia Anne De Hilster
Tel: 561-430-5966

22344 Carolwood Dr. #6409
Boca Raton, FL 33428
United States

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De Hilster, Patricia Anne     (Easy Link:
Dissident Supporter, Housewife (Deceased)

Topics: Relativity
Interests: Gravity, Relativity, Autodynamics
Nationality: USA
Born: Monday, December 7, 1936
Died: Saturday, February 18, 2017 (Age 80)

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Related Websites:
Einstein Wrong - The Miracl...

Abstracts Online:
2007NeWiki: An Encylopedia for a New World

Event Attendence:
2015-08-051st Annual Chappell Natural Philosophy Society ConferenceConference
2013-01-12NPA Members Meeting - The Future of the NPA: Taking it to the Next LevelVideo Conference
2010-06-26NPA Public DayPublic Day
2010-06-25Sagnac Awards BanquetAwards
2010-06-2317th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
2010-06-23Gravity GroupGroup
2008-04-0715th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
2007-05-2114th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference
2005-05-2312th Natural Philosophy Alliance ConferenceConference


Patricia Anne de Hilster was a supporter of critical thinkers and scientists who worked outside the mainstream and is most known for her staring role in the feature-length documentary "Einstein Wrong - The Miracle Year". She also helped at NPA and later CNPS conferences often hosted by her son David de Hilster and attended by her husband Robert de Hilster.

Patricia was born Patricia Anne Darby in Wyandotte Michigan in 1936. Patricia married her high school sweetheart Robert de Hilster and had her first child David in 1959 at the University of Michigan where her husband was attending. They moved around the country in the early 1960s, finally settling down in Ohio during the 1960s to the 1980s. In 1966, the couple adopted two little girls, Karan and Laurie and the family moved to Worthington Ohio in 1970. There Pat gave birth to another boy Michael in 1974. During these years, Patricia often worked in her church community.

After their first three children left, Pat, Michael, and Robert moved to Huntsville Alabama where Patricia volunteered at church and at the local schools working with troubled children. She really loved to work with kids.

In 2004 upon retiring, the couple moved to Long Beach California to be close to David and his Family. There, she stared in the feature-length documentary film “Einstein Wrong – The Miracle Year” produced and directed by son David de Hilster and traveled around the country meeting scientists. During the filming, her granddaughter Luanda was born and Patricia spent much of her time doting on her grandchild. Patricia also could be found helping out in the local Brazilian community with son David and Brazilian daughter-in-law Doris where she made life-long friends.

In 2014, she moved with husband Robert following David’s family including her granddaughter Luanda to Boca Raton Florida where life was much more calm, green, and peaceful compared to the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles.

Although Patricia was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 30 which crippled many of her joints and limited her movement, Pat always had a smile on her face and love in her heart. She never complained even when she was diagnosed with cancer.

She was always happy and full of boundless energy and as son Mike put it: “…was a tank in human form” always moving forward despite a life of pain.

Patricia de Hilster is survived by her husband Robert, her children David, Karan, Laurie, and Michael, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Papers by Patricia Anne De Hilster

NeWiki: An Encylopedia for a New World


David Scott de Hilster
22936 Ironwedge Dr, Boca Raton, FL 33433, United States;, 310-991-5744,
Patricia Anne De Hilster
22344 Carolwood Dr. #6409, Boca Raton, FL 33428, United States;, 561-430-5966

2007, 14th Natural Philosophy Alliance Conference, Storrs, CT, United States


Since the beginning of recorded history, scientists, artists, and philosophers who have thought outside the mainstream have been shut out from being able to publish their works in a formalized manner. With today's internet and new community-edited sites, this has all changed. The world-wide NeWiki project is the first community-edited encyclopedia for new theories and ideas for people who are seriously working outside the mainstream but cannot publish in a formal way. NeWiki invites those who are on the cutting edge of physics, astronomy, and any other discipline to publish their works in encyclopedia form. NeWiki is a single reference of new works from everyone around the world that anyone can reference. A companion website "Science Watchdogs" provides a more layman's approach to critical scientific thinking and includes critiques of current science news, reviews of books and media works, and a radio or "podcast" internet show interviewing people on the cutting edge of science.

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