Thursday, February 25, 2016

Attention LIGO Community

Statistical Structures require more than one datapoint. Or in this case event. How is it that you have the ability to break staticial law? Statistics is about understanding large numbers of datapoints. It is not possible to get a 5 sigma analysis from a single datapoint.

These papers from LIGO should never have been published. They fail to meet mathematical rigor.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

A Free Book for Dissident Scientists

This is a fantastic 
The Failure of Pure Science
By Jean de Clemont

This is an important book for scientist working in new paradigms or models. The first part shows the questions and failures of pure science and current models.

The second part of the book shows different models and paradigms. What issues they are having and what obstacles they have overcome. He covers Information Theories, Energy Theories, Ether Theories, Light and Wave Theories, Vibration Theories, and a few more.

This Author pulls no punches in his criticism of many theories and philosophies. He is also supportative of new lines of thinking and models.


Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Gluon Contribution to Proton Spin

By Karen Mcnulty Walsh at

The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) is evaluating how Gluons affect Protons spin. Data is showing the Gluon as described in this model has more influence over Proton spin than Quarks.

The Standard Vibration Model describes Gluons as the strands of nuclear densities that have active information whereas Quarks lack information.  Three Gluons form a Baryon. The Quarks are the excess storage area of Gluon strands. Thus Quarks have less of an affect upon the spin of the overall Proton.

This Research was done at Brookhaven National Lab