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Posted by BJACOBY@teranews.com on January 28, 2012, 7:36 am
 
On 1/27/2012 9:09 AM, gaby de wilde wrote:


Been there. Done that. don't think for a minute that you can prove any
troll wrong. GOPPs will argue tooth and nail for establishment textbook
physics and then the minute one of the new theories becomes the "new"
dogma, they will all turn on a dime and be arguing that "everyone"
always knew the new theory was "fact". And just like your dog who leaves
a stinking pile on your new carpet, you can go rub their noses in it,
and they will simply deny they ever had anything to do with it right to
your face. It's hard to deal with basic dishonesty like that. But as
I've pointed out here a thousand times, this kind of behavior isn't
science, it's POLITICS. All standard political fare easily observed in
any election cycle.

And it is of interest that the very reason I was "banned for life" from
PhysicsForums was a discussion (in the "lounge", not even a regular
"science" forum) of how I used to argue with a host of scientists (back
when they were all bashing Velikovsky's theories) over "the theory of
uniformity" which they all assured me was a "fact"...you know just like
AGW is today, and then later once science decided that volcanos,
asteroids, earthquakes and other major events actually DO occur, they
all swore up and down that they NEVER had advocated the uniformity
theory. Never! Right to my face! PhysicsForums felt that this personal
saga was proof positive I was a "crackpot". That is was "treating
scientists with disrespect" :-) Isn't it amazing how many people there
are seeking public esteem for their scientific ability who wouldn't
(couldn't?) practice the scientific method if their lives depended on
it. And even lower are the herd of bootlickers such as the Internet GOPP
trolls and moderators of (so-called) PhysicsForums.



Posted by gaby de wilde on January 28, 2012, 8:35 am
 

You should have noticed they need to ban people to avoid exposure.

From just looking over the wikipedia article they've recently removed:

~ One MIT course.

~ One NASA video.

~ All us navy SPAWAR peer reviewed papers.

~ The itallian DOE

~ Some Indian papers

~ Non of the International Conferences on Condensed Matter Nuclear
Science are mentioned.

~ Pretty much everything on http://www.lenr-canr.org  is blacklisted.

Wikipedians also feel the need to scream ORIGINAL RESEARCH at editors
like Brian Josephson. (who earned the 1973 Nobel prize in physics)

In conclusion, if we lost heavy watergate already it was because we
had spineless warriors like yourself on our side. Those ready to
surrender to whatever silly opposition you face.

;-)

Posted by Marvin the Martian on January 28, 2012, 4:32 pm
 On Sat, 28 Jan 2012 00:35:46 -0800, gaby de wilde wrote:


That was grossly unfair, as BJACOBY has no control over being banned from
PhysicsForums. Nor is there any control over the morons at Wikipedia who
censor Wikipedia entries for political reasons - right out of '1984'.

And what did you do in the fight? Theses guys will cyber-stalk you and
find where you live, who you work for, and start harassing you know
people and pulling other crap like that.

I was lucky in that my research advisor was an incredibly enlightened
nuclear physicist who rose to the top. He knew cold fusion was a damned
good question. He also knew the GOPPs would put limits even on HIM.

Posted by Morris Dovey on January 27, 2012, 1:40 pm
 On 1/26/12 12:07 PM, amdx wrote:


I'm fairly sure that people will complain if you (or I or sno or
whoever) inject too much noise into alt.energy.homepower.  :-)

Until it's been proven or disproven, it's just another subject for
investigation. If it turns out to have substance, then it does sound as
if there could be home application - so it probably is on-topic for
alt.energy.homepower.

I can understand that the sci.* folks may well prefer to restrict their
discussions to well-established and well-documented phenomena, and
exclude speculative topics.

Meanwhile, I plan to continue as I've been doing and, if I have
something I think might be of interest to the group, I'll post it (or a
link to it) for people to see.

Today I finished the controller code that processes pulses from my
little Geiger-Müller detector and let it run for a couple of hours. This
weekend I'll try to get over to Radio Shack for a mini stereo phone jack
so I can plug in the detector and see background radiation. If RS
doesn't have 'em, I can add them to my next on-line order.

I still haven't come up with a circuit to monitor the reaction chamber
temperature (nor any good way to bring out thermocouple leads), so I
suppose that's what I'll need to focus on in the week ahead.

Somehow the actual work seems a lot less interesting (and goes a lot
slower) than talking about it.  :-/

--
Morris Dovey
http://www.iedu.com/Solar/
http://www.facebook.com/MorrisDovey

Posted by Mho on January 28, 2012, 8:38 pm
 ...and the people complaining about noise becomes the higher pitch noise and
they'll tell two friends and so on..



----------

I'm fairly sure that people will complain if you (or I or sno or
whoever) inject too much noise into alt.energy.homepower.  :-)

Until it's been proven or disproven, it's just another subject for
investigation. If it turns out to have substance, then it does sound as
if there could be home application - so it probably is on-topic for
alt.energy.homepower.

I can understand that the sci.* folks may well prefer to restrict their
discussions to well-established and well-documented phenomena, and
exclude speculative topics.

Meanwhile, I plan to continue as I've been doing and, if I have
something I think might be of interest to the group, I'll post it (or a
link to it) for people to see.

Today I finished the controller code that processes pulses from my
little Geiger-Müller detector and let it run for a couple of hours. This
weekend I'll try to get over to Radio Shack for a mini stereo phone jack
so I can plug in the detector and see background radiation. If RS
doesn't have 'em, I can add them to my next on-line order.

I still haven't come up with a circuit to monitor the reaction chamber
temperature (nor any good way to bring out thermocouple leads), so I
suppose that's what I'll need to focus on in the week ahead.

Somehow the actual work seems a lot less interesting (and goes a lot
slower) than talking about it.  :-/

--
Morris Dovey
http://www.iedu.com/Solar/
http://www.facebook.com/MorrisDovey  


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