The LIGO rape of land

February 18, 2019

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Science fiction past Interstellar

February 17, 2019

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The LIGO-government axis: Resurgence of Mengele Science

February 16, 2019


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An ominous darkness descends on LIGO

February 15, 2019

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February 15, 2019


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LIGO is going great guns!

February 14, 2019

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OK folks, there is just out a report affirming most resoundingly that the Ligonauts are forging ahead with more money, more power, and greatly expanded government support base worldwide. There is a clear message from NSF that the agency will continue to lavishly fund LIGO. They are guaranteeing discoveries galore ahead.

Ahead also are great festivities in which LIGO will be grandstanding in the world stage: The World Science Festival in May, the Starmus Festival in June, and the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in July. In February, the Indian Prime Minister is expected to perform the groundbreaking ceremony for LIGO India.

Kip Thorne and Barry Barish are being advertised as speakers in the Starmus ticket event. Rainer Weiss is being listed as a participant in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Wide-eyed young people will gather around them, and put them on high pedestals.

But at this point, I am not dissuaded. I think of LIGO dissidents – men and at least one woman who had nothing at stake and nothing to gain. They came forward to do right by their profession. To be in the same category with these people gives me tremendous pride.

It is too bad that men like Edward Witten did not come forward and act like the wise savants they have been advertised to be. They had the ability to understand the fraud, and to provide the leadership in dealing with it. These are small men who have been blown out of all proportion.

I will also be going great guns as long as I am able, but the practical futility of the effort is quite clear. I cannot imagine any scenario that stops the LIGO evil from here on. I will admit with some shame that my appeal to the Trump White House nearly a year ago (see below) was an ill-advised thing. They probably reached with France Cordova of NSF some collegial accommodation that had nothing to do with science.


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The Cockeyed Cowboys of Cobe Company

February 14, 2019


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Voyages of timeship Ligosy

February 13, 2019



Here’s what Jason said to Thorne in Greek:

Είστε γεμάτοι σκατά!

Third anniversary of LIGO first discovery announcement

February 11, 2019


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Next Casebook up: The Cult of Self Worship

February 10, 2019

Here are the draft cover and the preface page for the next Casebook.

A little birdie told me that since the black holes are so profound, they chirp in Latin. So I had to google what the black holes said to Brian Greene:

Non torsii subligarium.

You do the same.



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