Post Number:#271 June 15th, 2012, 9:35 pm
Xris wrote:The failure to prove a point of view always ends with desperate rhetoric and a strange confession that patience has been exhausted.
Cern and its desperate attempt to find one particle. Oct 2011 by next year we will find it,Dec 2011, yes by next year, Feb 2012, yes by the summer,June 2012 certainly by the end of the year. An estimated 6.5 billion. Yes billion. 10,000 scientists and engineers. A 100 countries, 100s of universities. 19m million a year at least. Then you tell me that one man with one novel theory should be capable of proving his theory to a critical self serving, self interested group of theoretical scientists whose reputation depends on the existance of a particle as a concept.
It is always interesting to understand the reasons people devote themselves to crackpot ideas in science. Just as in your own case there is usually an emotional prejudice against scientists as elite intellectuals living off public funding and pursuing arcane goals of no utility to the general population. This allows devotees to reject scientific evidence without examining it—as you have done here repeatedly—and permits uncritical acceptance of unsupported notions such as Gaede's rope hypothesis and his idea of the electron as a little balloon. These are crackpot notions, not alternatives to established science. They do not even offer plausibility.
Everywhere I have sought peace and never found it except in a corner with a book. —Thomas à Kempis