Wednesday, April 16, 2014

"4 Quark Hadron" Proves Quantum Physics Is Bunkum

… and I will tell you why.

If you and I shot two computers out of cannons at each other, when they smashed together into debris, would this mean we had discovered a new computer? Smashed-up Intel Inside? In other words, if all the pieces that resulted were inert, unable to function, would we blame it on the process involved and still insist that we had discovered a whole new model of computer?

No, because all we had really done was to smash two computers together.

So why is it physicists can make a living smashing stuff together in particle accelerators and claiming the debris and garbage they produce represents fundamentals of matter?

What if ultimately, none of that debris is anything but junk unless it is an unsmashed state where we can study it as it was originally organised?

If what I am saying has validity and you can understand the analogy, you will see why particle accelerators may be the biggest scientific fraud in human history. It is similar to astronomers surviving for years on grants from universities to study the canal systems on Mars. Percival Lowell and other scienmagists wrote about them extensively and had careers based on descriptions of the Martian canal system. Except THERE WAS NO MARTIAN CANAL SYSTEM, at least not one THEY could see. They made it all up and talked about it with straight faces until other people played along because they were worried people might think them behind the times. It is possible they were mapping the arteries in their own retinas without knowing it which explains why they all saw different maps.

If their fundamental paradigm was correct and they were discovering fundamental building blocks (and not just garbage created by smashing things together) for the past fifty years of this fiasco then I have to ask one important question …



Russell said...

And there it is in a nutshell, if nothing is being produced, no new predictions, not a single new application from it, then it failed.

I remember reading that after the failed attempt to find the so-called "God particle" there was talk of cutting funding for CERN. Then, lo and behold, the scifictionists were reviewing the findings, again, and FOUND something that might or might not be anything worth finding but they just went ahead and called it THE HIGGS BOSON PARTICLE because it kinda matched what one of the dozen theories sort of predicted.

And then the funding continued.


FrankNorman said...

The whole concept of studying matter by means of high-energy collisions has long reminded me of a quote from Gandalf in Lord of the Rings:
"he that breaks a thing to find out what it is, has left the path of wisdom."