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Re: CERN Scientists Proved Einstein Was Right -

From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
Date: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 17:57:43 +0000
Archived: Fri, 18 Nov 2011 23:32:28 -0500
Subject: Re: CERN Scientists Proved Einstein Was Right -


>From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2011 11:21:48 -0500
>Subject: CERN Scientists Proved Einstein Was Right - The First Time?

>Greetings Everyone!

<snip>

>>For light to travel just a tab slower than the REAL speed of
>>light (i.e the speed of a neutrino), we can estimate the
>>maximum mass density of the vacuum of interstellar space or
>>Ether. A quick calculation that our colleague and I made shows
>>that this mass density of the vacuum of space is extremely
>>small. This would explain why Ether was not detected before
>>forcing scientists, including Einstein who's theories demanded
>>that Ether exist, to discard it on the basis of observations
>>that failed to detect it.

>>Looking forward to your comments about our interpretation (the
>>Nobel Prize winning idea [or discovery] in Physics for 2012?)
>>of the CERN paper when we meet for lunch tomorrow (actually
>>later today!).

>>Nick Balaskas

>Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2011 09:25:43 -0500
>From: stoyans <stoyans.nul>]

><snip>

>To: nikolaos.nul

>Hi Nick,

>Why the speed of light is so accurate (constant)? What defines
>the speed of light? If a student put this inconvenient questions
>to the professor he will receive a low grade. Main stream
>science does not like these questions. My BSM-SG theory is based
>on a detailed model of Ether and gives answer on these
>questions. But how the physics books today teach the students?
>When denying the existence of the Ether they even twist the
>statement of Einstein about the existence of Ether. In 1920
>Einstein, (developed the General relativity) abandoned the idea
>that Ether does not exist and wrote in his book Sidelights on
>Relativity that the concept of Ether is absolutely needed. See
>the text in the attached file [file deleted in this post] the
>bottom side of page 23, which is a picture of his book. If you
>ask some professor teaching Physics he will say that he doesn't
>know this, or he will not speak about this publicly. Try this.
>Not only Einstein [but] I found that some original statements
>from other great scientists of the past are twisted 180 degrees.
>Stoyan [Sarg]

>Nick Balaskas

Dear Nick:

Let's hear it for the Ether! I have known since I was a child
that my worldview would not be complete without the concept of
the Ether. I always loved hearing and thinking about the Ether.
You have made my day.


KK




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