Dec 21, 2014
Posted by Otto E. Rössler in category: Uncategorized
A whole nation found it fitting that a university professor with a lifetime call for endocrinology (hormonal diseases) was turned into a university professor of gastroenterology (diseases of the digestive tract) for which she had never specialized: by state decree. Her conscientious “no” stripped her of her honor, her title, her pension and her inherited house. The book she wrote while hoping for the courts to help, on the biological foundations of ageing with a prestigious publisher, did not prevent the raiding of her house in the presence of watchful police. State TV defamed her as “Germany’s laziest professor.”
The same resilience shown here by a human being I can attribute for once to a mere brainchild – Einstein’s most famous natural constant c. She, too, got degraded, stripped of her global validity to retain only her local validity. A bit like the non-removed M.D. of a degraded professor. Here, too, the whole profession decided to play it low and not come to the rescue of the honor of the unjustly defamed one.
There is a difference, of course. The honor of a person ranks much higher than the dignity of a constant. The scandal nonetheless is even bigger here: The physical survival of every person and the planet itself is tied to the rehabilitation of the poor constant.
The hatred displayed by a nation towards a person, paralleled by the hatred displayed by a globe-wide profession towards a constant? The poor Einsteinian constant c–global has been shown to make black holes unsafe. Therefore, the prestigious attempt to produce black holes down on earth, (#1) has become undetectable at first if successful and (#2) makes the planet with a probability in the percentage-range get shrunk to 2 cm after a few years’ delay.