Archive for October, 2018

Big Bang sky juice

October 23, 2018


Folks, I have long described the Penzias-Wilson-Dicke cosmic black body scam (1978 Nobel) – in my printed book as well as in the Big Bang casebook. But this is such a sidespliting, rip-roaring yarn that I think it deserves its very own casebook. So here is a preview of the tentative cover.

Note that if Robert Dicke set in motion the Penzias-Wilson scam, he also set in motion two other scourges: Rainer’s COBE satellite fraud (2006 Nobel), and Kip and Rainer’s LIGO fraud (2017 Nobel). Everything traces back to Dicke. They are all Dicke’s boys: Arno and Bob and Kip and Rai.


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Three US Presidents and a Crown Princess – get it?

October 22, 2018


When NASA’s John Mather received his Nobel Prize in 2006, his job title for a number of years prior was Senior Astrophysicist. President Bush was in the White House. Today, 12 years later, President Trump is in the White House. Mather’s job title: Senior Astrophysicist.

The Nobel Banquet Procession is a well-crafted and time-honored symbolism. When a stark departure occurs in full view of the world, there is a message there.

New Casebook: Physicsville Tattletale

October 21, 2018


You can download the eBook here:

http://www.bibhasde.com/stories_casebook.pdf (1.8 MB)



Update on LIGO fraud Casebook

October 19, 2018


I have updated and placed my LIGO fraudbook on the Internet Archive. It will be there in perpetuity. Click on the image to download/read.

Gradually, I will try to do the same with other physics Nobel frauds.

CASEBOOK OF BIBHAS DE
The Mystery of the Hanford Empaths


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A FULL EXPOSITION OF NOBEL1somak raychaudhury iucaa, abhay ashtekar penn state, rana adhikari caltech, sukanta bose wsu, k n vyas dae, k vijayraghavan psa, ajay k sood insa, lars heikensten nobel foundation, olga botner uppsala, nils martensson uppsala, royal swedish academy of sciences, nobel prize physics 2017

The thousand-man LIGO clan

October 18, 2018


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lsc collaboration, ligo virgo, ligo kagra, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, kip thorne nobel, kip thorne ligo, kip thorne interstellar, kip thorne caltech, rainer weiss nobel, rainer weiss ligo, rainer weiss mit, ligo india, ligo indigo, somak raychaudhury, somak raychaudhury iucaa, k n vyas dae, k vijayraghavan psa, ajay k. sood insa, abhay ashtekar penn state, nobel prize physics 2017


LIGO fraud in physics gut

October 13, 2018


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Physicsville synergy

October 12, 2018


“The Astrophysics and Cosmology Theory program supports proposals that primarily are involved with theoretical particle astrophysics and big-bang cosmology as well as more speculative string theory-inspired cosmologies.
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Research in cosmology and astrophysics topics not mentioned above is supported by the Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Grants Program in the MPS Division of Astronomical Sciences.”

– NSF Statement


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BIG BANG fraud explained in plain text

October 11, 2018


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Postcard from Physicsville

October 11, 2018

Click to enlarge and enjoy!
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LIGO fraud explained in plain text

October 9, 2018


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