Posts Tagged ‘Intellectual poseurs’

LIGO: An American Tragedy

March 30, 2019

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Physicsville

February 15, 2019


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Lindau Nobel 2019 heads up: David Gross

January 14, 2019

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david gross nobel prize, roger falcone aps, michael moloney aip, megan donahue aas

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david gross kitp, nobel prize physics 2004

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LIGO DISSIDENCE: The Town is smarter than the Gown

January 12, 2019

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Corruptions in physics establishment and media go hand in hand

January 10, 2019


I present below two Nobel elephants in the physics establishment’s parlor that no one wants to talk about. And the Nobel organization remains mum.

Does the public have a right to know such things, especially when they are given information overload about the glorious discoverers connected to these images?

Does the public have a right to know such things when billions of dollars of their money are being spent on these?

Does the public have a right to know such things when their youngsters are being corrupted with fraudulent science and their kids are being taught false science in schools?

Does the public have a right to know such things that show that their most trusted academics are betraying them without any scruples?

Does the public have a right to know such things that show that when non-scientific leaders of nations try to do right by science, it is the physicists and the reporters that are screwing over the world?

And who is to inform the public?

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LIGO: The Dutchman and the Swede

December 11, 2018


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Thorne-Hawking blockbuster scifi movie coming!

December 4, 2018


KIP THORNE’S SERIAL SCIENCE FICTION:

Series 1:

Episode 1 (S1E1) – Interstellar
Episode 2 (S1E2) – LIGO
Episode 3 (S1E3) – Thorne-Hawking Time Travel

Folks, here is the link to the Chinese media report. Wait for a “Translate” tab to appear on the upper right hand corner.


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LIGO fraud in physics gut

October 13, 2018


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LIGO fraud explained in plain text

October 9, 2018


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$10 million to fine tune science fraud

September 20, 2018


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France Cordova, Director National Science Foundation (NSF); Diane Souvaine, Chair National Science Board (NSB); Allison Lerner, NSF IG; Anneila Sargent, Chair NSB Committee on Oversight; Fiona Harrison, Chair Space Studies Board National Academy of Sciences; Maria Zuber, previous Chair NSB; Ellen Ochoa, Vice Chair NSB