Archive for the ‘Jim Peebles Nobel Prize’ Category

Robitaille rings the death knell of Big Bang

June 2, 2020


Professor Pierre-Marie Robitaille is on a tear! His YouTube Channel Sky Scholar is putting out a series of videos explaining to anyone interested the rubbish that is Big Bang Cosmology. As of this date he has some 23000 subscribers – and growing.

More importantly, one can assess the reception of his teachings by reading the copious comments that follow each presentation. You will get the impression that Big Bang people are widely seen as hoaxers and scammers. Professor Robitaille seems to command enormous respect and trust.

I, and others, have worked long hard years to awaken the scientific community to the dangers of letting organized scientific fraud run this rampant. We have not gained any ground. In 2019 the Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded to James Peebles of Princeton for lifetime achievement in Big Bang, a hard slap on the faces of all of us who tried to do right by science. Just today Princeton University published a tome by Peebles, intended to further entrench this fraud into the lore of science (see my previous post). Let’s face it: We are beat!

So, more power to Robitaille. If we cannot correct science within the scientific community, taking the battle to the world at large is the right thing to do.

Letting frauds screw around with science is the same as letting kids play around with a skydiver’s parachute. When time comes for its actual use ….

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Coronavirus Pandemic, physics fraud: End the Age of Bullshit Science now!

June 1, 2020


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dan larhammar uppsala university, lars heikensten nobel foundation, k vijayraghavan psa, ashutosh sharma dst, chandrima shaha insa

PHYSICS WHYS: Stephens Two

February 12, 2020

Karen Andrews minister, science minister Karen Andrews, Jodie Bradby aip, Jodie Bradby President, Australian Institute of Physics, matthew bailes swinburne, ozgrav australia, Prime Minister’s Prizes Australia stephen hawking big bang
stephen crothers, Professor John K. Webb university of new south wales, michael ashley unsw, Professor Paul Davies, roy kerr black hole, Ian Jacobs unsw, philip bucksbaum aps, philip bucksbaum stanford, megan donahue aas, michael moloney aip

Cosmology’s cabals of corrupt intellectuals

February 12, 2020


Why should the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker be concerned about corrupt intellectuals? For a very direct and immediate reason. These preverts are ruining your civilization, and raping the minds of children. Do you want the head of your child filled with enormous amounts of garbage science being spewed out by fancy folks just so they can do their celebrity dance on the world stage? Is that a price you are willing to pay to keep these cabals in the gravy – with your tax dollars? Where is your righteous indignation man?!


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Evil doctors – in fiction and in real life

February 8, 2020


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Intellectual Effluent Disposal Service

February 5, 2020


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Physics funding going forward

February 2, 2020

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Here are some of my old graphics on this topic:

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Princeton University – Damn shame!

February 2, 2020


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Somebody better clue in Harvard’s Abraham Loeb!

January 5, 2020

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Will Dan put up or shut up?

January 3, 2020

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