BICEP2: The nonsense peddlers

Folks, to this day the theory of galactic dust to explain bicep2 garbage data continues to be reported unabated by the so-called science reporters in the international media. So I have prepared this handy little graphic for you.

It is important for anyone interested in the scientific truth to note that it is altogether perverse to continue to assail the Bicep2 Boys on this dust nonsense. It seems to me now that the boys are honestly trying to come to terms with their instrument, and the only decent thing the scientific community can do is to leave them be to address this emotionally difficult situation.

True scientific resolution in the end will have been made through the Bicep2 Boys following my lead. The dust boys are not only irrelevant, but they are making a damn nuisance of themselves.

It is these galactic dust scientists who sicced the science reporters on the Bicep2 Boys; it is these very scientists that can now tell these reporters: “Sitttttt…”.

Certainly, to let the world think that the dust issue is even remotely a valid one is to hog that limelight which you do not deserve at all.

bicep2 discovery, bicep2 cmb, bicep2 telescope, galactic dust, b-mode polarization, cosmic inflation, ias princeton, raphael flauger ias, david spergel princeton, paul steinhardt princeton, uros seljak berkeley, michael mortonson berkeley, subir sarkar oxford, philipp mertsch kavli institute stanford, hao liu niels bohr institut, john kovac harvard, jamie bock caltech, chao-lin kuo stanford, clem pryke minnesota

bicep2 discovery, bicep2 cmb, bicep2 telescope, galactic dust, b-mode polarization, cosmic inflation, ias princeton, raphael flauger ias, david spergel princeton, paul steinhardt princeton, uros seljak berkeley, michael mortonson berkeley, subir sarkar oxford, philipp mertsch kavli institute stanford, hao liu niels bohr institut, john kovac harvard, jamie bock caltech, chao-lin kuo stanford, clem pryke minnesota

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