Archive for the ‘LIGO Kagra’ Category

Physicists gone off the deep end

February 22, 2020


robbert dijkgraaf princeton, david reitze ligo, patrick brady ligo, james ulvestad nsf, CYNTHIA K. LARIVE ucsc, marcia mcnutt nas, steven chu aaasligo scientific collaborationenrico ramirez-ruiz ucsc, salvatore vitale mit, Mohammad Safarzadeh usc, philip bucksbaum stanford, philip bucksbaum aps, megan donahue aas,

PHYSICS WHYS: Germans Two

February 12, 2020


ministerin anja karliczek, european physical society, Petra Rudolf eps, german physical society, Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, Dieter Meschede dpg, wolfgang engelhardt, karsten danzmann
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patrick brady ligo, ligo calibration, EU Science Hub, GEO600, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Alessandra Buonanno, philip bicksbaum aps

Physics funding going forward

February 2, 2020

roger falcone aps

Here are some of my old graphics on this topic:

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kelvin droegemeier ostp

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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Decade-end science message for the world

December 22, 2019


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kevin droegemeier ostp, anna ekström minister, karen andrews minister, k vijayraghavan psa, k n vyas dae, ashutosh sharma dst, lars heikensten nobel foundation, carl-henrik heldin nobel foundation, dan larhammar uppsala university, Pontus Böckman VoF, Roger Falcone aps, Megan Donahue aas, michael moloney aip, anna ekström ministerthomas f rosenbaum caltech, christopher l eisgruber princeton, Lawrence Bacow harvard, l rafael reif mit, Janet Napolitano uc, france cordova nsf, anne kinney nsf, allison lerner nsf, scientific misconduct, science fraud,

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Truth about LIGO the media doesn’t tell you

November 28, 2019

You can get the real skinny on LIGO only here.
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Big Bang dissidents: League of extraordinary gentlemen

October 17, 2019

Folks, if you are put off by my uncouth aggressiveness, there is some history you need to take into account. For decades, fine scientists have been trying to stop Big Bang with polite gentlemanly discourse. Not only did they not gain any ground, but with each fraud the Big Bang-ers got away with, Big Bang’s strength increased, its tribe increased. Today they are as invincible as Stadtsicherheitdienst. No amount of scientific argument and no strength of scientific argument have any effect on them. Why? Because they have political power, media power and government power.

One by one, the dissidents have died – with the despairing knowledge that the evil could not be subdued. Those who are still living have gone silent, perhaps out of a sense of futility.

The league of extraordinary gentleman did not stand a chance. Nor do the good citizens of the world, watching their money earned with the sweat of their brow going to finance this orgiastic bacchanalia.


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A world without hope ….

October 6, 2019

I am still occupied with my DIY project, but have managed to find time to make the following graphic for you to ponder. If you still cannot understand that an extreme intellectual evil has befallen our world, then you and I have nothing in common.
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The physicists

September 16, 2019