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Posted by Alan on September 20, 2002 12:16:55 UTC

Dr. Dick is on record as noting that his work may resolve certain "paradoxes" and "conflicts" in physics: so widespread understanding of his alleged discoveries would save theorists a lot of effort.

Also he is has indicated that some physics experiments are poorly thought out and his work presumably may help clarify matters.

Maybe he got so down about the rejection he got from the powers-that-be it is a slow process to realise it's a new world today and he can be more optimistic.

History shows a great deal can be achieved by good thinking.

On what grounds can you claim all his equations are not correct? Tautologies self-perpetrate their correctness.

If you read "QED. The Strange Theory Of Light and matter" by Richard Feynman; you will see that there is a puzzle to be solved there. That this theory of "drawing little arrows on paper and adding them" (adding probability amplitudes) achieves so much, deserves some unravelling.


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