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Re: Quantum Mechanics Difficult To Grasp? Too Bad

From: Albert Baier <albertgbaier.nul>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 12:00:49 -0600
Archived: Sun, 13 Nov 2011 15:50:32 -0500
Subject: Re: Quantum Mechanics Difficult To Grasp? Too Bad


>From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2011 11:49:32 -0500
>Subject: Re: Quantum Mechanics Difficult To Grasp? Too Bad

<snip>

>Novel theories such as Sarg's BSM-SG theory already exist that
>describe reality at the atomic level and lower, and may not
>require the abstract concepts of quantum mechanics.>

<snip>

William,

Sarg's BSM-SG theory is fascinating reading. It's always been my
belief that Nature is much simpler than we're led to believe.
There are many problems with science today:

1. It's institutionalized.  As such, its primary objective is
perpetuation.

2. It's a bureaucracy. Bureaucracies can neither be created, nor
destroyed, but converted from one form to another. They are slow
to change, and the peer review system is seriously broken.

3. It's consensus-based. Unfortunately, science is based on
facts; it is NOT democratic.

4. Science is long on theory, short on facts. When theories have
been around long enough, they are treated as facts, hence the
similarity with religious institutions (whose theories, BTW, are
often no more ridiculous)

So the quantum theorists can bugger off. Come back with some
FACTS, and I'm ready to listen.


Albert



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