Posts Tagged ‘LIGO gravitational waves’

The Orangutan Casebook it is here!

April 24, 2018

You can download my casebook here (~ pdf 8 MB).

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casebook of bibhas de, the giggling orangutan, carl-henrik heldin nobel foundation, christina moberg kth, royal swedish academy of sciences, scientific misconduct, science fraud

casebook of bibhas de, the giggling orangutan, carl-henrik heldin nobel foundation, christina moberg kth, royal swedish academy of sciences, scientific misconduct, science fraud

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FINAL CAUTION ON INDIA LIGO

April 9, 2018


India LIGO is largely India’s business. If a nation is hellbent on shooting herself in the foot, what can any outsiders do?

The public showiness and the shameless glorying of the India Ligonauts are now at an unprecedented level. They are attempting to corral the unsuspecting young generation into their ranch. How can a nation stand by and watch the early corruption of their young?

It is absolutely clear now that the Indian scientific community – whose responsibility it is to stop this runaway fraud – is unable or unwilling to do so. I will therefore issue this final caution for anyone connected to this business who feels any sense of responsibility in this matter.

Fraud will out – no matter how many power groups stand behind it. Then there will have to be proportional consequences.

It is time for just indignation in the Indian scientific community.


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LIGO and leadership responsibility

March 9, 2018


“The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.”

– Dante Alighieri


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Great cases of the Scotl… er… Scamland Yard

March 8, 2018

The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes and Great cases of the Scotland Yard contain some of the classic mysteries. The following books contain their space age counterpart.

The formidable classic villains like Professor Moriarty or Dr. Fu Manchu have got nothing on our space age villains! Be afraid – very afraid!

Folks, there are now available two free public education eBooks (Not really! They are just pdf files.). These are essentially organized collections of graphics from this blog site. Clicking on the image will download the book.


NASA fraud, big bang fraud, big bang black body fraud, cosmic blac kbody fraud, john mather fraud, cobe satellite fraud, wmap fraud, planck satellite fraud, nobel prize physics 2006

Click on the image to download pdf file (12.3 MB, 89 pages; new 8 March 2018)


LIGO fraud, kip thorne fraud, rainer weiss fraud, mit fraud, caltech fraud, nobel prize physics 2017

Click on the image to download pdf file (18 MB, 188 pages; updated 8 March 2018)

The ek-sellent scam that played well in Stockholm

March 3, 2018


Folks, see the following graphic and then reflect on the ludicrous circus that has been going on in the name of science for many decades now. The very same scientific establishment that bought this crap lock, stock and barrel now stands solidly behind LIGO. Both Kip Thorne and Rainer Weiss were disciples of Robert Dicke. The full spectrum in the figure below was clinched by the COBE satellite. That was an outright fraud led by Rainer Weiss.


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WHO SHALL SAVE THE WORLD FROM CORRUPT INTELLECTUALS?

February 20, 2018


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2017 Physics Nobel Committee: Hastverk är lastverk

February 18, 2018


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lsc collaboration, ligo hanford, ligo livingston, ligo virgo, ligo kagra, ligo india, kip thorne nobel prize, rainer weiss nobel prize, france cordova nsf, allison lerner nsf, national science board, nobel prize physics 2017, nobel foundation, carl-henrik heldin nobel foundation, christina moberg kth, royal swedish academy of sciences, Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien, Hugues Chaté, physical review letters, frederic rasio, astrophysical journal letters, pierre meystre, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, Nils Mårtensson, Nils Mårtensson uppsala, david Haviland, Olga Botner, olga botner uppsala, Mats Larsson, Thors Hans Hansson, Gunnar Ingelman

LIGINT: LIGo INTelligence

February 17, 2018


First, two points.

Based on my reading of official investigation of past science frauds, it is standard practice to include relevant non-scientific, circumstantial matters (who entered the lab when, left when – that kind of thing.)

And we all know about how intelligence-gathering agencies analyze chatter – conversations in the airwaves – to gain specific knowledge.

When you put these two together, the work of Demetris Christopoulos would make sense. His reports were in plain public evidence and known to the Nobel Committee for Physics when they decided to award the LIGO Nobel Prize.

The following diagram is based on this report.


lsc collaboration, ligo hanford, ligo livingston, ligo virgo, ligo kagra, ligo india, kip thorne nobel prize, rainer weiss nobel prize, france cordova nsf, allison lerner nsf, national science board, carl-henrik heldin nobel foundation, christina moberg kth, royal swedish academy of sciences, robbert dijkgraaf ias, robbert dijkgraaf princeton, Hugues Chaté, physical review letters, frederic rasio, astrophysical journal letters, pierre meystre, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, Nils Mårtensson, Nils Mårtensson, uppsala, david Haviland, Olga Botner, olga botner uppsala, Mats Larsson, Thors Hans Hansson, Gunnar Ingelman, lisa pathfinder

lsc collaboration, ligo hanford, ligo livingston, ligo virgo, ligo kagra, ligo india, kip thorne nobel prize, rainer weiss nobel prize, france cordova nsf, allison lerner nsf, national science board, carl-henrik heldin nobel foundation, christina moberg kth, royal swedish academy of sciences, robbert dijkgraaf ias, robbert dijkgraaf princeton, Hugues Chaté, physical review letters, frederic rasio, astrophysical journal letters, pierre meystre, david reitze ligo, david shoemaker ligo, laura cadonati ligo, Nils Mårtensson, Nils Mårtensson, uppsala, david Haviland, Olga Botner, olga botner uppsala, Mats Larsson, Thors Hans Hansson, Gunnar Ingelman, lisa pathfinder

LIGO: THE OCCULT OF THE THORNEWEISS CULT

February 16, 2018


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The nature of LIGO dissidence

February 8, 2018


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