Posts Tagged ‘Showcasing science fraud’

Der intellektuelle anschluss geht weiter

October 12, 2019


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A distress call from your civilization

October 9, 2019

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Physicsville

February 15, 2019


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The divining rod Casebook it is here!

January 28, 2019

This Casebook is an investigative report on LIGO instrumentation, composed of graphics from this site. You can download/read it at the Internet Archives here.

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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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Inspirationslager Lindau: The creation of monsteroids

January 1, 2019

A DARK NEW YEAR MESSAGE FOR HUMANITY


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LIGO fraud in physics gut

October 13, 2018


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Physicsville synergy

October 12, 2018


“The Astrophysics and Cosmology Theory program supports proposals that primarily are involved with theoretical particle astrophysics and big-bang cosmology as well as more speculative string theory-inspired cosmologies.
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Research in cosmology and astrophysics topics not mentioned above is supported by the Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Grants Program in the MPS Division of Astronomical Sciences.”

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BIG BANG fraud explained in plain text

October 11, 2018


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LIGO fraud explained in plain text

October 9, 2018


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