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Titel: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Quantum Antigravity am 26. Mai 2017, 05:32:58
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“ This experiment is well worth trying.”
                 
—  Prof. Myron Evans (https://quantumantigravity*hiernicht.com/aias/),  B.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc.     
                                           
                       
                         
TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments:

      https://quantumblabla/ (https://quantumantigravity*werbefrei.com/)


Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Daggi am 26. Mai 2017, 13:34:21
Evans' claims are not accepted by the mainstream physics community. In an editorial note in Foundations of Physics the Nobel laureate Gerard 't Hooft discussed the "revolutionary paradigm switch in theoretical physics" promised by ECE theory. He concluded that activities in the subject "have remained limited to personal web pages and are absent from the standard electronic archives, while no reference to ECE theory can be spotted in any of the peer reviewed scientific journals".

Several of the published contributions in this theory have been shown to be mathematically incorrect

http://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/~bruhn/MWEsErrors.html

http://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/~bruhn/GCUFT.html

Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Quantum Antigravity am 26. Mai 2017, 21:17:03
Evans' claims are not accepted by the mainstream physics community. In an editorial note in Foundations of Physics the Nobel laureate Gerard 't Hooft discussed the "revolutionary paradigm switch in theoretical physics" promised by ECE theory. He concluded that activities in the subject "have remained limited to personal web pages and are absent from the standard electronic archives, while no reference to ECE theory can be spotted in any of the peer reviewed scientific journals".

Several of the published contributions in this theory have been shown to be mathematically incorrect

http://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/~bruhn/MWEsErrors.html

http://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/~bruhn/GCUFT.html
   

Daggi,
   
the only "Evans' claim" in respect to this topic
about the EXPERIMENTAL Quantum Antigravity hypothesis
is the following:

“ This experiment is well worth trying.”
 
Should I understand that if Evans says that this experiment is well worth trying,
then the mainstream physics community will reject offhand the possibility of performing it ?!   :D
   
 
“ Scientific discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen,
and thinking what nobody else has thought. Scientific discovery must be,
by definition, at variance with existing knowledge. During my lifetime, I made two.
Both were rejected offhand by the Popes of that field of science.”

  —  Nobel Prize Laureate, 1937



The above two links you included refer to the ECE, and were last updated 21.03.2009.
The current Evans' theory is the ECE-2.   :D
   
     


The EXPERIMENTAL Quantum Antigravity hypothesis is not Evans' hypothesis,
and it has nothing to do with any of Evans' theories, or claims:

    https://quantenquatsch/ (https://quantumantigravity*putyourspamsomewherelse.com/)
 



Daggi, your reply is OFF-TOPIC.   :D

Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Peiresc am 26. Mai 2017, 21:41:56
“ Scientific discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen,
and thinking what nobody else has thought. Scientific discovery must be,
by definition, at variance with existing knowledge. During my lifetime, I made two.
Both were rejected offhand by the Popes of that field of science.”

  —  Nobel Prize Laureate, 1937

They call it Galileo's Gambit.
Zitat von: Carl Sagan
The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses. They laughed at Columbus, they laughed at Fulton, they laughed at the Wright brothers. But they also laughed at Bozo the Clown.

er ... what's the name of this Laureate, please?
edit.
It was Albert Szent-Györgyi, it seems. Google was my friend.
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Daggi am 26. Mai 2017, 21:54:58
For all who understand German:

https://www.psiram.com/de/index.php/Galilei-Vergleich

and

https://www.psiram.com/de/index.php/Myron_Evans

sorry: no Wikipedia entry for Evans so far I can see. Is ECE now obsolete?
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Groucho am 26. Mai 2017, 21:55:25
edit.
It was Albert Szent-Györgyi, it seems. Google was my friend.

Mine to:
https://www.amazon.de/fehlentwickelte-Unf%C3%A4higkeit-Menschen-seinen-Problemen/dp/B0034579YI (https://www.amazon.de/fehlentwickelte-Unf%C3%A4higkeit-Menschen-seinen-Problemen/dp/B0034579YI)

Nobel-Desease.
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Quantum Antigravity am 27. Mai 2017, 00:45:18
Zitat von: Carl Sagan

The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses.



Of course, NOT all who are laughed at are geniuses.

Just me.


Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Quantum Antigravity am 27. Mai 2017, 00:50:05

Zitat von: Carl Sagan
They laughed at Columbus, they laughed at Fulton, they laughed at the Wright brothers.
But they also laughed at these Homosexuell Clowns:  Daggi, Peiresc, Groucho

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Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Peiresc am 27. Mai 2017, 00:52:23
@xxx

Your name isn't Kellyanne Conway, is it?
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Omikronn am 29. Mai 2017, 18:45:05
Zitat von: Carl Sagan

The fact that some geniuses were laughed at does not imply that all who are laughed at are geniuses.



Of course, NOT all who are laughed at are geniuses.

Just me.





Zitat von: Carl Sagan
They laughed at Columbus, they laughed at Fulton, they laughed at the Wright brothers.
But they also laughed at these Homosexuell Clowns:  Daggi, Peiresc, Groucho

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I see, you're mind is so bright that it enlightens cathedrals  :rofl
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: oriol3s am 14. Juni 2018, 13:31:38
do you think Trump will get the nobel peace prize for NK peace?
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: celsus am 14. Juni 2018, 14:05:41
do you think Trump will get the nobel peace prize for NK peace?
I think Kim Jong Un will.
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: oriol3s am 22. Juni 2018, 15:49:24
 ^^ ;D the orange one will get pissed
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: Gethen am 22. Juni 2018, 23:27:10
^^ ;D the orange one will get pissed


Errrm - why should he get pissed?

BTW: "get pissed" = get drunk / get sloshed / get shitfaced
"be pissed (off) = Queen Victoria: "We are not amused."

Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: pelbilkolm am 23. Juni 2018, 00:19:48
"pissed on" would also be an option, some say he would like that
Titel: Re: TWO Nobel Prize winning experiments
Beitrag von: oriol3s am 13. Juli 2018, 13:45:59
maybe golden pee pee shower  :P ...