Shane D, you point at this article by Jean-François Geneste::https://drive.google.com/file/…bGM5ZDFIWXpRLUViMmZB/view
Yes, thank you, it is very helpful for getting acquainted with JFG. I you are a bit lazy you only need to read the first three lines of “1 INTRODUCTION”.
“After the accident of Chernobyl, Leonid Urutskoev tried to reproduce the very reasons why there was such an explosion. His thoughts led him to the following experiement: create electric discharges of 50kJ into a titanium foil which is “isolated” in bi-destilled water.”
If this is not crazy I do not know what is. Anyhow, let us read a bit more. In paragraph 8 we arrive at JFG's explanation of the result of Leonid’s experiment:
“So we propose that the strange radiation observed by Leonid Urutskoew is made of infinitesimal scale particles of aether and the phenomenon stops, at our scale, when the energy has been exhausted enough in the medium in which the reaction occurs.”
From paragraph 11, Conclusion: “We started from the experiment and interpreted the results through a new theory which we believe is much more adapted to describe physical phenomena than orthodox physics today.”
JFG, perhaps you could be so kind as to deduce Maxwell’s equations for us based on your theory, just a minor favor, we would appreciate that.
And here in 2014 JFG gives a presentation at TEDx about “Logics of defence”:
The accompanying text gives a summary of GFG’s professional background. This sentence (translated from French to English) is interesting:
“His main present interest is to introduce into physics a non-Archimedian vision of geometry.”
Yes, there is something called “non-Archimedian geometry”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-Archimedean_geometry, a fairly esoteric subject in abstract mathematics and this is also what he refers to in the Chernobyl report.
JFG is not only a lecturer, he is also an author and he has written this book:http://www.amazon.fr/Physique-…ois-Geneste/dp/285428951X
It’s title is “Physiqe: de l’esprit des lois”, Physics: the spirit of the laws. (The main part of the title is borrowed from Montesquieu.)
Judging by the cover it helps you to transform your exclamation marks to question marks, very commendable, you should never be too certain. The target group for the book are students who want to become scientists but have been a bit lazy and need to catch up on their studies.
Those of you who enjoy French movies can see him sell it here:
Ad hominem aside, I think it is pretty safe to say that we cannot expect JFG to say anything of interest at Mats Lewan’s upcoming event if there is to be one.