How to twist physics into crackpottery

  • 1) Take an obsolete term used by someone famous, say, Richard Feynman
    2) Add simplistic ideas of reality
    3) Use the Grind'O'Crackpot on full speed


    There you go. Now you can use it to explain LENR, for example.


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  • Well, I guess old "p" is good for something. It is indeed an interesting video that may have been here before.


    One may be able to use this lattice model of the nucleus to explain LENR, for example. I would be tempted to use it to attempt predict other aneutronic reactions.


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  • Perse Tyy.
    Tämä on viimeinen kerta, kun vastaan sinun vittuiluviesteisiisi, joissa ei ole mitään sisältöä.
    En edes halua ymmärtää motiivejasi, koska olet ylittänyt minun ymmärrykseni moneen kertaan.
    Viimeisenä toiveenani sinulle on, että ainakin miettisit jotakin kakkos-stategiaa, siltä varalta että esimerkiksi tämän heppulin näkemykset olisivat todempia kuin sinun heittosi ja loukkauksesi.


    https://youtu.be/JzlmUcx02m0?t=61


    Hello mydear Timo!


    Please view the attached video, I find it interesting.


    BR Jouni

  • Pathoskeptic implies some pathological problem and is appropriate for your view on nanoscale fusion. Continuing reports on hydrogen fusion replication successes will someday force you to find another form of entertainment.

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