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Global Warming in the light of LIGO ….

February 22, 2018


Folks, I am all in favor of our being good stewards of our planet. My support for combating harm to our planet is a motherhood thing. Who does not want to protect our home? I am in favor of doing some of the things man-made global warming proponents want to do anyway, regardless of the science.

But if it is a matter of scientific debate, I have presented a whole new and highly disturbing dimension that must come into it.

The LIGO project is the latest in a half-century long sequence of organized science fraud by the physics establishment. The science and technology involved here are some of the same science and technology involved in climate research, and the scientific methodologies are also similar.


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WHO SHALL SAVE THE WORLD FROM CORRUPT INTELLECTUALS?

February 20, 2018


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WAVE WAIVERS FOR LIGO LOVERS!

February 19, 2018


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2017 Physics Nobel Committee: Hastverk är lastverk

February 18, 2018


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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.


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LIGO: THE OCCULT OF THE THORNEWEISS CULT

February 16, 2018


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TRUE EXPERTS: LIGO data analysis was all crap!

February 14, 2018

The following graphic is based on this and this publications.

Be sure to note the dates of these documents. The Danish comments – which resulted from in-depth meetings between the Danes and LIGO to reach some conclusion as to the validity of the LIGO discovery – were available as the Nobel Committee was deliberating. The conclusion from the Danish experts was categorically that there was no discovery. So the Nobel Committee had clear knowledge that LIGO had failed to defend their discovery to an expert group of academic peer that was nothing but well-intentioned.

The Raman analysis came after the announcement of the Nobel Prize, and before the award ceremonies.

When the Nobel Prizes in Physics were given out on 10 December 2017 amid great pomp and grandeur, it was absolutely clear that medals were being handed out to frauds. A decision was made between the Nobel Foundation and the Royal Palace to go through with this charade. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences had put them in this position.

However, a decision was also made at the same time to save the Crown Princess from the indignity of linking arms with a fraud at the Nobel Banquet Entrance Procession. We have all seen the result of this decision on TV.

That’s my thinking.


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Trump and the intellectual hypocrites

February 12, 2018


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The nature of LIGO dissidence

February 8, 2018


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Princeton IAS genii – they are a damn nuisance!

February 7, 2018


Corruption Optimi Pessima – The corruption of the best is the worst of all.


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