Dec 1, 2011

Selective Non-quotation Is CERN’s Wunderwaffe

Posted by in categories: existential risks, particle physics

CERN chose to defame me on its 4 years old website but refuses to defend itself against my results from 1998 onwards in every single scientific publication with customarily hundreds of authors each. I call this selective discrimination and technically speaking, scientific fraud.

Scientific fraud is considered forgivable when sensitive results have something to do with security. More recently I found results which have some bearing on plasma confinement. Such topics, of course, are top secret. But the Telemach result — the two years old upshot of my 4-year long criticism — which implies that black holes are stable and uncharged so they cannot but grow exponentially inside earth – reveals on the contrary that what CERN is doing needs to be publicly discussed – unless it is not unethical to sacrifice the globe in a few years’ time with a percentage-range probability.

The world’s press find it logical that such sensitive results with large political implications be kept from the public. The Nobel Foundation likewise acts against its founder’s legacy by not calling for a scientific contest across the globe to defuse the danger.

What do my readers advise me to do in a situation in which the only request made is, please to stop denying the benefit of falsification to my results in a safety conference as officially requested by the Cologne Administrative Court on January 27, 2011? The fact that not a single scientist steps forward to take the responsibility on his or her shoulders by saying that there is no danger and why, is a tiny little bit alarming, or is it not?


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  1. Robert Houston says:

    Black holes are scary business, best to avoid, not to produce — as the fools of CERN are trying to do.

    Today’s cover of my local paper, the NY Times (Tues. Dec. 6, 2011), shows a giant black hole with the caption, “Stay back. It swallowed a billion stars.” The Times reports the discovery of the two largest black holes ever found, both at the center of large galaxies. One is a monster that devoured 21 billion solar masses. See:…s-yet.html

    The article points out that “the galaxy is littered with stellar-mass black holes… And there seem to be giant ones in the heart of every galaxy.” It also notes: “In the early days of the universe, quasars, thought to be powered by giant black holes in cataclysmic feeding frenzies, were fountaining energy into space.”

    “Where are those quasars now? The new work supports a growing suspicion that those formerly boisterous black holes are among us now, but, having stopped their boisterous growth, are sleeping.”

    This suggests that a voracious “feeding frenzy” may characterize black hole growth, as in Dr. Rossler’s “mini-quasar principle.” It is consistent with his statement above “that black holes…cannot but grow exponentially inside earth…”