Apr 5, 2015
Posted by Otto E. Rössler in categories: existential risks, particle physics
I happen to know a tiny bit more about one lower-case letter, little c.
Since Einstein, everyone knows how important little c, the speed of light in the vacuum, is.
No one ought to be surprised that c now turned out to have exactly the universal value that the young Einstein believed in during the most famous 2 ½ first years of the theory of relativity.
I could prove this fact 7 years ago and in many other ways since in the scientific literature, and no one contradicts me in print or in public.
Of course, such a revolution is tantalizing but it is not ridiculous. The scientific community proudly bets the future of the planet on their refusal to read and discuss my results.
This amounts to a giant honor to a scientist. But it is unbearable when one sees how the “children” are running into their own catastrophe out of an unscientific conceitedness.