THE PEOPLE WIN, PROTEST WORKS: Hong Kong's Lam caves to public pressure on China extradition bill after historically massive protests in Hong Kong, postpones bill indefinitely by magnora7 in WorldNews

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Now the people of England has to stand up against extradition of a journalist.

Why is it so hard to criticize science or scientists? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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I have found quite a lot of problems with certain theories or conclusions. But many scientists claim them to be true.

In reality, with some deeper research, the scientists are often not so sure about the theories at all.

Yet, it is often not even possible to criticize the theories or conclusions. The people involved start attacking me using all kinds of logical fallacies. And if I show that I actually understand the matter, they just try to ban me from the discussion.

Like I am very against the way astronomers use Magneto Hydro Dynamics. It breaks too much with actual observable physics. If you look at the EM-dynamics in a different way, everything becomes simpler. But somehow it is forbidden to change a theory that is being promoted by so many, even when it clearly does not work well. (Most promote it as magic).

Other people might have similar experiences with asking people about climate, or whether the immune system is weakened by vaccines. It seems that almost every interesting question is taboo.

While if I discuss similar problems with programmers, they are often very open in discussions. And they are often eager to find problems with the information systems that they have build. I only find similar reactions with PhDs that try to promote their theories. Discussions about OOP versus functional can become heated, but very often people can give examples and somehow understand each side.

For some reason many scientists are really much more aggressive and deconstructive. Does anyone know or understand why this is?

Our first DMCA notice, shutting down /s/cricket by magnora7 in SaidIt

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What about scihub links?
A website devoted to open science.
Are there any problems with posting those?

What really is the dumbest way to die? by miclejhon in AskSaidIt

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Enlisting for the army, to fight a war.

When you're the enemy of the people, and the people are winning. by The_In-Betweener in MediaAnalysis

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"I was reading new york times, and I was brainwashed!"
The journal that claimed to produce news, was actually producing high quality propaganda.
I could not tell lies from reality any more, because it was all written by intelligent people.
I almost became a NPC

But I learned to get out of it, by using the basics of critical thinking: Does the article have logical fallacies? Yes, many of them. So that means it is basically nonsense and piece pushing a certain opinion.

Does the article try to promote a certain policy or way of thinking? Yes, it wants us to be afraid of certain youtubers. So that is certainly a propaganda piece.

Does the article have evidence of some kind? And how does it use it? The "evidence" is probably made up, but even if you follow it, it shows how a right-leaning person moves towards the left. (discovered by Tim Pool)

And that is why I like saidit. It promotes the idea of logical thinking and critical thinking.

"We must be careful not to believe things simply because we want them to be true..." - Richard Feynman by magnora7 in quotes

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Still he had very strong opinions on things that he could not proof. ;-)

But he had some weird ideas of his own: He introduced the idea of particles going back in time, becoming anti-particles.

Researchers spot ridge of radio emissions joining two galaxy clusters by zyxzevn in Physics

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Nobody knows why astronomers stay up all night.

Researchers spot ridge of radio emissions joining two galaxy clusters by zyxzevn in Physics

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Galaxies can be very magnetic. This is observed via polarisation and Zeeman effect. Magnetism of this size can only come from electrical currents in structures of similar size. So this observations means that some of those electric currents might connect different galaxies.

In similar sense, Halton Arp already observed connections between galaxies and quasars.

This made him realize that something was wrong with the redshifts of quasars. He wrote about it and soon after that he was expelled from the astronomy community.

Remembering the USS Liberty by dcjogger in news

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Quantum Leaps, Long Assumed to Be Instantaneous, Take Time | Quanta Magazine by zyxzevn in Physics

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Correction. The "atom" is the quantum state of the superconductor system This slows down the process long enough to be measured.

Quantum Leaps, Long Assumed to Be Instantaneous, Take Time | Quanta Magazine by zyxzevn in Physics

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https://blog.rongarret.info/2019/06/quantum-transitions-take-time-this-is.html

Explains it better:

The way they did it is really cool, but the advance here is an experimental one, not a theoretical one. They used a superconductor to produce a macroscopic quantum system that behaved like an atom in that it had a small number of discrete energy levels that it could transition between. Then they "tickled" this "atom" with microwaves and observed that the resulting response exhibited the kind of interference effects that would be expected if if were transitioning through superposition states. It's very cool, and a very impressive technical achievement, but it is in no way unexpected or surprising.

Quantum Leaps, Long Assumed to Be Instantaneous, Take Time | Quanta Magazine by zyxzevn in Physics

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Hmm. I just found the paper at:
https://sci-hub.tw/https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-019-1287-z

They initiate quantum jumps with a Rabi drive. I do not know exactly what it is, but I found Rabi cycle.

In physics, the Rabi cycle (or Rabi flop) is the cyclic behaviour of a two-level quantum system in the presence of an oscillatory driving field. A great variety of physical processes belonging to the areas of quantum computing, condensed matter, atomic and molecular physics, and nuclear and particle physics can be conveniently studied in terms of two-level quantum mechanical systems, and exhibit Rabi flopping when coupled to an oscillatory driving field. The effect is important in quantum optics, magnetic resonance and quantum computing, and is named after Isidor Isaac Rabi.

A two-level system has two possible levels, and if they are not degenerate (i.e. not equal energy), the system can become "excited" when it absorbs a quantum of energy. When an atom (or some other two-level system) is illuminated by a coherent beam of photons, it will cyclically absorb photons and re-emit them by stimulated emission. One such cycle is called a Rabi cycle and the inverse of its duration the Rabi frequency of the photon beam. The effect can be modeled using the Jaynes–Cummings model and the Bloch vector formalism.

The rabi drive seems an optical pump

"Optical pumping is also used to cyclically pump electrons bound within an atom or molecule to a well-defined quantum state."


Now my interpretation:

They are feeding atom with two certain frequencies, that switches the atom from the Ground-state into one of the two nuclear resonance states (Dark and Bright). They can detect when an atom is in the Dark state or Bright state or Ground state. They measure only the B-state via the resonance circuit.

In figure 2 of the paper you can clearly see how the atom switch between states. There is a clear catch-time when the atom switches to the B-state. By switching off one the 2 rabi-drives, they can see how the atom reacts while its state is changing.

They seem to be able to tell when the state is changing, by measuring the exact amount of light that the cavity is passing through.

From the paper:

Quantum jumps between |G〉 and |D〉 are induced by a weak Rabi drive ΩDG —although this drive can eventually be turned off during the jump, as explained later...
Frequency landscape of atom and cavity responses, overlaid with the control tones shown as vertical arrows. The cavity pull χ of the atom is nearly identical for |G〉 and |D〉, but markedly distinct for |B〉.

When the atom is in |B〉, the resonance frequency of the LC circuit shifts to a lower frequency than when the atom is in |G〉 or |D〉 (effect schematically represented by switch). Therefore, the probe tone performs a |B〉/not-|B〉 measurement on the atom and is blind to any superposition of |G〉 and |D〉.

Whereas the jump starts at a random time and can be prematurely interrupted by a click, the deterministic nature of the uninterrupted flight comes as a surprise given the quantum fluctuations in the heterodyne record I rec during the jump—an island of predictability in a sea of uncertainty. Now when they know how long it takes for light to be released, they can see how long it takes for the absorbed light to change the state of the atom.

Poll: Americans view fake news as a bigger problem than terrorism (Comment are a real goldmine!! /s) by Vigte in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Bots and shills... (and NPCs?) everywhere.
Reddit as usual.

Quantum Leaps, Long Assumed to Be Instantaneous, Take Time | Quanta Magazine by zyxzevn in Physics

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There are no quantum leaps, but gradual steps that build up energy towards a leap. This is clearly a hidden variable.

This is close to the threshold model (link). An interpretation that omits all particles, and uses a hidden energy state that becomes observable when it reaches a threshold.

How Smartphones have killed the digital camera industry by magnora7 in graphs

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This is also due to facebook and instagram that connected the camera on the mobile phone directly to the internet for sharing.

Can we limit the amount of posts on front-page from one sub to 3? Now I only see one sub. by zyxzevn in IdeasForSaidIt

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Thanks.
That gives the developers some time to implement some solutions before the next flood from reddit arrives. ;-)

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Just in:
Chemistry Papers Are Retracted Mostly Due to Plagiarism, Data Manipulation
https://www.acsh.org/news/2019/05/28/chemistry-papers-are-retracted-mostly-due-plagiarism-data-manipulation-14054

Can we limit the amount of posts on front-page from one sub to 3? Now I only see one sub. by zyxzevn in IdeasForSaidIt

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I also see it as a preparation for other groups of people flooding the homepage. Like when thedonald would move to saidit.

Can we limit the amount of posts on front-page from one sub to 3? Now I only see one sub. by zyxzevn in IdeasForSaidIt

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Good idea to limit the posts from one user as well!
And a limit to the posts from one IP.

There can also be flooding from click-farms or schools. This may be reduced with limiting posts from one region. And maybe even their votes in a way.

Can we limit the amount of posts on front-page from one sub to 3? Now I only see one sub. by zyxzevn in IdeasForSaidIt

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Now I see nothing on Saidit homepage that is worth my time. So adding a limit is really nice. ;-)

Edit: Extra posts can be added as a line underneath the 3rd. Like:
Maximum reached > > 5 more posts click here (103 points) > >
That way "popular" posts are never hidden.

What's up with the FLOOD of OpieAndAnthony posts? by axb in SaidIt

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I propose to have a maximum of 3 posts from one sub on the frontpage.

The last one can have a line underneath. Like:
More at > > sub > >

What will be the next invisible thing that astronomers come up with? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Virtual particles - They are mainly a theoretical placeholder.

What will be the next invisible thing that astronomers come up with? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Good answer.
String theory gives us indeed lots of invisible dimensions.

Why Codeless Software is Doomed to Fail by old in programming

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I disagree with this statement.

While I agree that most software-tools have been build for specific cases, it is not so difficult to make general case or even system software with a graphical interface. The biggest problem in using it, seems how other solutions deal with state.

My design for such a language is at reddit:
http://www.reddit.com/r/unseen_programming/

The blocks in this case are text. You can put C or Python in them, I don't care. But the basic of a block is that it is a function or micro-service. And the functions are pure/stateless.

The actual low level coding can also be done with function-blocks. Just like hardware-design languages like VHDL. And to make it a lot simpler, the connections between the blocks can be streams as well.

And combined with types, you can create functional programming constructions very easily with them. This is very unlike the C and Python programming that we are used to. But much more like Excel.

The second step is that these blocks can be reused in many different ways. You can change the types. Insert new blocks. Change components inside the function. Or whatever. In OOP this would be inheritance, but I see them more as copies or templates. Copies if the design is not clear yet.

The graphical system has 3 programming layers: Architecture(what?), Timing(when?) and Functions(how?). These are 3 different styles of programming that interact with each other. C/Python only define the functions. What? describes the architecture and data and relationships. In databases we can usually do that, or in Prolog. When? describes the timing, using events and state-machines. Some graphical systems can already do that. How? describes the functions, which can be solved with a data-flow diagram in most cases. Some programs do not need functions(how) or even timing(when), because the compiler can derive a solution from the definitions (architecture) alone.

The system also has other layers: Test, Types, Optimisations. All layers have their own comments.

I encounter very different problems as one building a new compiler. 1) I need a compatible graphical system with a good editor. Only a web-browser seems to work on every computer. 2) I want life coding after a block is completed. And optimised compiling after a fully completed diagram. 3) Internally the streams need to be replaced with loops. This is a bit more difficult in a graph than in a text. 4) The program has many layers (architecture, timing, functions, testing, types, optimisations, etc.)

The complexity is similar to building a modern web-browser. That is why no-one has made one yet. And to prevent failure I first want to make the design perfect / good enough.

Current state: I am satisfied with the functions layer, but not with the rest yet. On paper: I translate the diagrams to C or javascript. Replacing streams with loops can make it as fast as C, but it works only for a few variations, before it becomes too complex.

Feel free to add your own ideas on the subreddit.

Military, DHS and Israel Intelligence take over US Elections of 2020 via "Electionguard" Software by zyxzevn in conspiracy

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Full show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1f4yhCgBXU
(For our Australian / Zealand visitors, for whom bitchute is blocked)

Sources:
Microsoft’s ElectionGuard a Trojan Horse for a Military-Industrial Takeover of US Elections
“The fact that we are handing over the keys of American democracy to the military-industrial complex — it’s like giving the keys to the henhouse to a fox and saying, ‘here come in and take whatever you want.’ It’s obviously dangerous.” — Investigative journalist Yasha Levine

Computer Programmer Testifies He Coded Computers To Rig Elections
He tells the members how he was hired by Congressman Tom Feeney in 2000 to build a prototype software package that would secretly rig an election to sway the result 51 / 49 to a specified side.

Pyramid of Death by The_In-Betweener in Memetics

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This is incorrect, I work with a lot of different "invisible matter". So I would be on the top. ;-)

The whole system is stuck in Samsara. That is the machine of illusion, and the wheel of karma. It holds us in fear, and suffering.

It means that people (and spirits) are stuck in the illusion of desire and power. Instead of giving power, it has power over them. The desire is never fulfilled, and becomes an obsession. It is impossible to escape the illusion, unless one steps out of the power and desire that drives it.

The people in the system try to capture others in the system they are stuck in. So it seems as if they have power over us. They don't. They don't even have power over themselves. The illusions have power over them. And you and me can step out of that easily. It is like switching off the TV for a while. Not contributing to their illusions removes them of their power.

Despite all my rage I am still just a rat in a cage by The_In-Betweener in Comics

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I was in a cage, but turned the bars of my cage into weapons.

NH 'measles' case was likely reaction to vaccine, state health officials now believe by dcjogger in news

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451: Unavailable due to legal reasons

This is forbidden news in the EU.

Here is a different source:
https://news.yahoo.com/suspected-measles-case-reaction-vaccine-223512938.html

<Uni> What do you think of the different interpretations of quantum mechanics? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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That sounds like the answer of a Zen master.

The Official ReThink911 Video by zyxzevn in Physics

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It is about the physics of free-fall.
Video from the scientists and engineers of 911truth: https://www.ae911truth.org/

Free-fall means that there is no resistance, nor that any material in the way. The force of gravity encounters no resistance at all. No underlying material needs to be broken or accelerated. In a speed-graph taken from the videos, one can determine the acceleration very well. Chandler has done a lot of such work (Video)

Free fall is common in demolitions, but does not happen in collapses. It is a lot of work and good timing to destroy the foundation in a way that free fall is possible.

With a free-fall demolitions, the risk of damaging surrounding buildings is minimized. That is because any resisting force can be unpredictable while it is falling.

A pancake collapse, as was pushed by the commission, does not have a free-fall acceleration. We can see that in pancake demolitions. The falling matter bumps each time in a new layer of matter. It creates a resistance that lowers the acceleration. It can even lead to a constant speed. In calculations this shows up clearly. In the pancake collapse, also the standing sides and core need to be destroyed. This does not happen automatically in a collapse, which you can see in demonstrations.

We can also look at the energy of the system. In a free-fall all the energy of gravity is converted to a downward fall. That leaves no energy for the breaking (or destruction) of materials, nor for the sidewards expulsion of material as we can see in videos of the first 2 towers. Because no energy was extracted from the fall due to gravity, it means that there was a lot of energy added to the system during the few seconds of the fall.

Both can only lead to one conclusion: the 3 towers have been destroyed by demolition. And this is what the video is about. The engineers can explain it even better than I can.

There are also many other trails to follow.

Enjoy researching this topic ;-)

<Uni> What do you think of the different interpretations of quantum mechanics? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Yes. So in that sense the threshold model is the only theory.

And that is why I promote it. It can give us more insights into the workings, even if it were incorrect

We may be able to determine:
1) whether there are hidden variables in the detector. An energy buffer, or clock-phase.
2) whether other phenomena are influenced by this.
3) whether particles are real or just an energy buffer.
etc.

<Uni> What do you think of the different interpretations of quantum mechanics? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Have you read the book Occult Chemistry?
It is the Theosophy system of atoms and sub-particles. They kind of predicted the Quarks, which are all build from 3 particles in their system.

It is all very different from the Quantum mechanics that we know, and I don't know how that would connect.

<Uni> What do you think of the different interpretations of quantum mechanics? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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The Simplest interpretation of Quantum Mechanics is not even known well:
The Threshold Model.

It is the FIRST and simplest interpretation of quantum physics as proposed by Planck. Using Occam's razor, it would certainly win.

I like it because it is the simplest interpretation that still matches with all observations that I know of. It can also be tested well, and leaves room for adaption or expansion.


Because it is hard to find good information on it, I will explain it fully:

The threshold model (Plank, modified)

It places hidden variables in the detector. If the "energy" received at the detector reaches a certain threshold, the detector sees it as a quantum-change. The detector can be anything (even atoms), as long it stores the energy in some way. All particles can be treated as energy in this model.

Like the light that is received by an camera, energy needs to be enough to trigger the CCD-cell or CMOS-cell of the camera. The hidden variables are in the receiver, where it is unknown how much light each cell has received.

The starting conditions are kind of random or hidden. Plank dismissed his own model, because he thought that the starting condition was always zero. He did not take random start conditions in account. This logical correction is the only one needed to make it work and make it match with many observations.

Example:

Detector energy-levels before receiving 1 photon:    
00% 20% 40% 60% 10% 40% 90% 30% 20% 50%   
 Detector reads:
 0      0      0      0      0      0     0      0     0    0

After detection, light energy spreads over all positions:   
10% 30% 50% 70% 20% 50% 100% 40% 30% 60%
 Detector reads:
 0      0      0      0      0      0     1      0     0    0
                                               X
Photon found at X, where threshold level has been reached

Detector converts the energy to electric energy, 
This resets the cell again.

This interpretation makes some things a lot simpler. In antenna-technology, we can measure the phase of the incoming EM-waves. I think this mean that we are measuring parts of photons. Static EM-fields also become simple. We need no photons at all and certainly no virtual photons.

In QM we have to use non-existing virtual particles, to explain static fields. With this interpretation this is not necessary. Everything becomes simpler.

The interpretation does not need weird concepts like: multiple worlds, nor other dimensions, nor a conscious observer, no time-travel, no invisible pilot-waves. It brings energy back to waves that work exactly as EM-waves. The reason that we encounter particles, in this model, is because the particles are a result of a threshold that is reached.

The model can easily be expanded. Like different thresholds, resonating energy-waves, etc. But it already works well from the start. So for science, and using Occam's Razor, I propose to roll back all the weird theories that EM has produced, and start with thresholds first.

The theory is also completely testable, which brings the power of experiments back into science. In some experiments the detectors sometimes find 2 "particles", for only one being transmitted. Or sometimes no "particle" is detected. This is often ignored as noise, but it can also justify this very simple interpretation.

It is partially compatible with the zero-worlds interpretation (simplified MWI), but much easier to understand and use. Also similar to Pilot-wave interpretation, but with no particles.

Here is a website of a laboratory-scientist that is about this interpretation:
http://www.thresholdmodel.com/
He is not a good communicator at all, but shows some interesting experiments. But after reading my explanation, it is now a lot easier to understand his writings and talks.

<Uni> What do you think of the different interpretations of quantum mechanics? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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The multiple world interpretation of quantum mechanics is my least favourite. It makes the real world seem schizophrenic.

The reason why this is liked, seems to come from particle physics, where particles can have multiple interactions with each other. The QED diagrams describe such interactions.

But I think this way of thinking is flawed, because all possible interactions take place simultaneously. Including those with virtual particles. This would give an infinite amount of possible interactions with an almost infinite amount of particles. While mathematically interesting, it seems to me that all these interactions can be compressed into a single field of possibilities.

<Uni> What do you think of the different interpretations of quantum mechanics? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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I like the interpretation where consciousness can somehow influence the randomness of quantum mechanics. But I do not think that it is realistic. But for those interested see this video

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Moderator: Sorry. I appreciate your comment, but it started with a masked personal attack. I try to keep the forum friendly. ;-)

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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As Moderator: Don't add new items to your text. Please make a different reply for "moon landing" or a different post. ;-)

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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That is in interesting formation.

There is a clear distribution of materials. I don't know the cause of that, I would really need to study it more. More information could be visible in the radiowaves and ultraviolet/x-ray range.

My first idea is that this matter was produced by some explosion or a plasma beam in the past. That might explain the cloud-shapes.

The matter itself might be compressed via electromagnetic forces. We should check for the stark/zeeman effect and polarisation effects. That would give us more information about the electromagnetic activity. There also should be vague plasma bridges between the dense stars.

In peer-reviewed articles, this would be explained with gravity after an explosion. And of course some invisible dark matter to top it off.

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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I don't think it is an intentional "hoax". Many scientists actually believe in global warming.

The propaganda was done by a technocratic group. I think that original group had environmental concerns and wanted to push against the oil industry. But that was more than 50 years ago. Now it has mixed with many political people.

To make the propaganda impressive, they falsely stated that the science was settled. And were warning us against a catastrophic warming (hockey-stick graph). One theory that was clearly not based on science, but on fear and logical fallacies. But sadly many scientists are not able to go against a false authority and a claimed majority.

Now with better tools and better measurements, we see that over a longer time period the earth is not clearly warming. 25 Nasa scientists question the sanity of the global warmists The yt channel has lots of this.

And this proofs that climate science was not settled, but based on wrong data, wrong parameters and fantasy. Some of the data was falsified, and other data cherry-picked, criticism became forbidden. Due to the politics, it became a big lie.

The climate itself clearly follows the solar activity.
The fatal flaw in climate change science

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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[Archeology/History]

  • We find remains of reasonably advanced cultures that seem to have lived more than 10,000 years ago. Based on carbon-dating and based on geology. Mainstream history thinks that humanity always grew more advanced, but that would not work if there was a natural disaster. link

  • History is written by the winners. A lot of history has been modified or changed from the perspective of the winners. Evidence shows that WW1 started differently Link

  • A lot of Historians had huge prejudice against older or innate cultures. We call them "primitive" by default, but they often lived happy and had a very peaceful life. Unlike "advanced" cultures.

  • Depending on the region, the health of ancient people was much better. As long they had enough food and were living in small groups. They did a lot more physical exercise. Forced labour in slavery, agriculture and industry decreased life-expectancy enormously. And they could also not care well for disabled people.

  • We sometimes find weird remains of other races of humans. Maybe we had as many human races as dog races at one time. link1. link2 We simply don't know much, due to the resistance against these subjects.

  • Certain ancient technologies were very advanced for their time. 1. A pillar that does not rust. 2. Concrete technology in ancient buildings and statues. 3. Stone pillars that are tuned exactly to music

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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I have seen Robitaille's videos on it.
Here is his video on the Cosmic Microwave Background

And the video about the antenna that did not detect the CMB, because it can not detect nearby water.

It would be nice to put the spectrum of the MBR and that of the ocean next to each other. Maybe Robitaille has already done that?

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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I am all for better safety in the medicine industry, and making all people involved responsible.

I think that removing and extremely limiting patents would make it better. Maybe then it would be easier for companies to admit that certain solutions are not working or have bad side-effects. Now they are over-hyped, or pushed politically. It would also make good medicine cheap and easy available. And natural medicine should not be forbidden or put under pressure as it is now.

I should add that mother-milk is a natural vaccine that works well. As far I know, it has no side effects, assuming the mother is healthy.

<HS> So the solution is to suck boobies!

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Can the continuous spectrum can also come from a liquid?

The same is with the background radiation. It is supposed to come from hydrogen plasma, but the spectrum continuous (not gas/plasma).

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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[Astronomy]

Magnetohydrodynamics - Omitting the electric field and other over-simplifications create false models. Things like like "Magnetic reconnection" do not really exist. Alfven already warned us.

Temperature of the sun's photosphere. - The electromagnetic activity gives a false impression. Neutral elements show normal low temperatures. link

Dark matter - Most of the papers are wrong, even if it does exist.

Redshift - can also be caused by interstellar plasma. In that case, light of high frequencies moves slower. link. Could interfere with inflation and dark energy. Dark energy is already spread like gas/plasma.


The problem with astronomy is that we have to build theoretical models on top of other theoretical models. And only fractions of it can be tested. We simply can not travel that far or look back in time. If we find a problem, it is too hard to revise the underlying models, so we add another theory.

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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[Computer Science]
Artificial intelligence - most is hyped.
Quantum Computer - does not work as in theory.
Type theory - hard to apply.

<uni> A Waste of 1,000 Research Papers in Genetics. How bad are other areas? by zyxzevn in AskScience

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Psychology and Psychiatry: we still don't know the real cause behind many psychiatric problems (like depression, as in article)

<EX5> Why doesn't the moon fall down? Why doesn't it fall apart like meteors? by wizzwizz4 in AskScience

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<EX5>The moon falls down continuously. It just happens that the Earth also moves away from it, just to avoid any collision.

/s/Ask Science - Everything that you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask. by zyxzevn in SaidIt

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Feel free to answer the above questions. Because I could use a cup of coffee.

Top 5 "Conspiracy Theories" That Turned Out To Be True [CorbettReport] by zyxzevn in conspiracy

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Then they need education ;-)

the state of hypocrisy on reddit by poestal in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Got banned from r/space and r/askphysics for explaining electromagetism, which is my major.

Chemical weapons assessment contradicting official Syria narrative is authentic (WeAreChange podcast) by zyxzevn in WorldPolitics

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If the democrats really wanted to get rid of Trump, this would be all over the news.

How do you breathe through that little thing?! by EndlessSunflowers in funny

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Dumbo, You don't understand.
This is to help the females breath.

Research: Newspapers are consistent, TV news is a blur between facts and personal opinions, Online journalism is subjective by PikonParadox in Journalism

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Actual title: U.S. journalism really has become more subjective and personal — at least some of it

A deep linguistic analysis finds that newspapers today are a lot like newspapers 30 years ago. But TV news — especially cable news — has ramped up the emotion, the conversationality, and the arguing."

It is a linguistic analysis, and has no direct relation with facts. It only has a relationship in how it is presented.

4 New Vulnerabilities in Most Intel CPUs by BackwardsCompatible in TechSec

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I think that Intel and AMD will have gotten quite a donation for backdooring all PCs. But we will probably not really know, until it is too late.

Raising the standard of saidit by dark_devil_dd in SaidIt

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It misses the picture that shows how the whole scene is staged. ;-)

Can Panpsychism Become an Observational Science? by Stankmango in science

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In contrary to the article, the answer is: Yes.

But it is not visible in astrophysics. The article is also full with scientific myths. And you can indeed not proof something combining such myths.

On reddit I made a sub for that:
http://www.reddit.com/r/paradigmchange

Anti-Semetic Posts by Work2Death in SaidIt

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That is about politics, not about being against jews. The same ideas come from people who are jew or have jewish background. As if that fact was actually necessary.

The Sun Is Stranger Than Astrophysicists Imagined by Mnemonic in space

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I try to keep plasmacosmology (provable) science based.

The Sun Is Stranger Than Astrophysicists Imagined by Mnemonic in space

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The Nasa separates it and calls it the magnetic sun, which is completely false. :(

Who Was Really Behind the 9/11 Attacks? (Corbettreport) by zyxzevn in 911truth

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He gives a good insight into what people can be directly put in prison.

There is certainly foreign involvement, and a lot of misdirection. For justice need to identify exactly who did what. I think that this is a good start.

Anti-Semetic Posts by Work2Death in SaidIt

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I don't understand. I see nothing against Moslem or Jew.