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Re: Neutrinos & Multiverses - New Cosmology Beckons

From: Albert Baier <albertgbaier.nul>
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 11:19:13 -0600
Archived: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 14:15:45 -0500
Subject: Re: Neutrinos & Multiverses - New Cosmology Beckons

>From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 06:58:29 -0500
>Archived: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 06:58:29 -0500
>Subject: Neutrinos & Multiverses - New Cosmology Beckons

>Source: NewScientist.Com


>28 November 2011

>Neutrinos And Multiverses: A New Cosmology Beckons

>You wait decades for discoveries that could revolutionise
>physics, then three come along at once


No, neutrinos and multiverses won't revolutionize physics. The
real revolution started with Paul Dirac. There's no need to
wait, the answers have been around since 2002, when D.L. Hotson
published his paper.  He explains how Diracs

equation was hijacked, (much like Maxwells), and 'simplified'
by throwing out the negative solutions.

Read Bill Zebuhrs commentary first, found here:


The URLs for Hotsons paper, in two parts, are listed in the
commentary.  Part 3 of Hotsons paper can be found here:


It includes Bill's commentary.

This marks the beginning of a paradigm shift in physics, which
actually goes back to Dirac and Schrodinger, ca. 1928!  Not
surprisingly, 9 years after Hotson, Mainstream Physics continues
to stagger along its well-worn path, pontificating on more crazy
theories.  Sadly, we've wasted 80 years, while they chase
ghosts.  IMO, Dotsons work (based on the work many good
theorists and researchers), is the closest to a Theory of
Everything we have right now. It's worth a read. Maths are
minimal, and it's well referenced.

Best Regards,


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