Archive for the ‘Event Horizon Telescope’ Category

Q: What is the most fruitful area of physics in future?

August 15, 2019


Young student asks: What is the most fruitful discipline of physics I should train myself in?

Dreamheron answers: Waste Management. Take out the trash.

Student: Will I get a Breakthrough Prize for this?

Dreamheron: Not as long as Yuri listens to Edward.

Student: But will I get NSF funds?

Dreamheron: Not as long as France is in charge.

Student: What will I gain in the end?

Dreamheron: The knowledge that you have given the society something back.

Student: Can you give me an example of the person to follow?

Dreamheron: Stephen Crothers.


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What will trigger the next growth spurt in physics?

July 3, 2019


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Photoshop Casebook it is here!

June 2, 2019

It is my shortest Casebook, for there is really not much to say. To read or download it from the Internet Archive, click on the cover image.

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Shep’s Photoshop (Event Horizon Telescope)

May 18, 2019

A preview of my next Casebook:


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Event Horizon Telescope resolution

May 17, 2019

Here’s one figure that will go into my Casebook called Shep’s Photoshop.
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How to install science fraud

May 17, 2019

The image of the “M87 Black hole” acquired by the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) was a patent science fraud – not even a clever one. Yet it is being installed with every might of America into the body of established science and into the lore of our civilization.

There is no way – NO WAY! – in God’s green earth that this image came from the observation.

While the physics establishment is not in direct evidence in the following circus, this could not have happened without its covert support. Or could it?

No sooner was this “discovery” announced than the photographer Shep Doeleman was created a TIME100 knight.

Then the Congress of the United States felicitated him in a Hearing.

Then the National Science Foundation – the funder of this project – will self-validate by giving EHT a high NSF award.

Then the World Science Festival will felicitate Doeleman in a ticket event.

And wait for the floodgate on the prizes to open!

Also, wait for my Casebook: SHEP’S PHOTOSHOP

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Pedagogy on Event Horizon Telescope fraud

April 25, 2019


“This is why NSF exists.”

-National Science Foundation Director France Cordova on the Event Horizon Telescope photographing the supermassive black hole. The project has so far cost some $30 million of US taxpayer money.


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Event Horizon Telescope failed miserably!

April 23, 2019

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NSF Black Hole photo fraud explained

April 21, 2019

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Shep explains black hole photo to blind man

April 19, 2019

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