Posts Tagged ‘Bogus Physics Nobel Prizes’

Countdown: Four days to Swedish Día de Muertos

December 6, 2019


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Countdown: Five days to Swedish Día de Muertos

December 5, 2019

LEVERAGING THE NOBEL PRIZE
Some neat ideas on how to stretch your Nobel fame and Nobel dollar.
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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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Der intellektuelle anschluss geht weiter

October 12, 2019


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Big Bang Blackbody: Ye of little faith shall not see it!

February 4, 2019

Here is the report of Paris Herouni measurement.

Here is the Pierre-Marie Robitaille video.
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COSMOLOGY: The “Skirt-the-issue” discovery stratagem

January 18, 2019


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Why all-seeing satellites were designed as One-eyed Jacks

January 5, 2019


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Inspirationslager Lindau: The creation of monsteroids

January 1, 2019

A DARK NEW YEAR MESSAGE FOR HUMANITY


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LIGO: Lunacy In, Garbage Out

December 9, 2018


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LIGO dissidence from Italy and Brazil academics

November 29, 2018


A group of academic scientists from Italy and Brazil has published a paper in a well-regarded, refereed journal – suggesting that the LIGO observation of gravitational wave (GW) from neutron star-neutron star merger (GW 170817) reported in October 2017 is questionable (read here. Full arXiv article may be read here.). They suggest that the event was most likely a White Dwarf-White Dwarf merger, in which case LIGO was not expected to detect a GW signal from this lower energy event.

I am not knowledgeable on the thesis of the paper, but if the conclusion is that LIGO did not observe anything about the GW 170817 event, it is absolutely correct. Here is what I explained way back then:

By now a significant amount of dissident literature exists, even if you confine yourself to refereed publications. It is time for all good men to stop listening to the bullcrap from the Ligonauts. They have a haughty answer for every criticism, usually in the form “You do not understand” or “It is too complicated” or “LIGO is highly specialized science.” It is time to attend to the dissident science: clear, straightforward, conventional.