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Further Criticism of the Standard Model


Dear All,

Prof. G. Evans has rightly assessed the decrepitude of the Standard Model. Unfortunately the Standard Modellers are, I think, unlikely to accept the demise of their theories with grace and honesty, because they perceive that as injurious to their reputations and their egos, and perhaps also to their jobs.

Consequently, they will, I feel, cling together, like bunches of grapes, in an attempt to protect their interests. Scientific truth does not enter into their equations. Here is another example of their methods.

Yesterday morning I sent a copy of my latest paper (Ricc = 0) to all those on the "Challenge" list in relation to funding of the AIGO ( It is a long list. I received 2 replies. Here they are:

From: "Andrzej Krasiñski" <ADDRESS HIDDEN>

To: "Stephen Crothers" <
Subject: Re: Ricc = 0 violates Einstein's Principle of
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 14:32:12 +0100

Your mails will be automatically qualified as spam.
Discussing with someone who refuses to understand is
Andrzej Krasinski

Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2007 11:30:44 +1100
From: "Mike Ford" <ADDRESS HIDDEN>

Subject: Re: Ricc = 0 violates Einstein's Principle of
To: "Stephen Crothers" <ADDRESS HIDDEN>

Take me off this mailing list.

Mike Ford

Now neither Krazinski nor Ford made any submission to the "Challenge" concerning the funding of the AIGO and now offer no reason for my arguments being erroneous. I think Krazinski is the pot calling the kettle black, since it is he and his crowd who refuse to see reason, but attempt to deflect the issues by telling me that I'm the one who won't see reason - very convenient for the Standard Modellers, I'm sure. Evidently these shysters think that Ricc = 0 does not violate Einstein's 'Principle of Equivalence'. Well, that is nonsense, and pretty easy to see. Ricc = 0 excludes all matter and energy from the gravitational field, but Einstein's 'Principle' requires that a freely falling inertial frame must render the laws of Special Relativity. That means that mass and energy must be present in that falling frame. But Ricc = 0 has already excluded that possibility by definition. Contra hype!

Yours faithfully,
Steve Crothers.
Posted: 2007-12-21


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