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Re: The 'Standard Model' Of Ufology

From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
Date: Sat, 12 Jan 2013 22:20:10 -0000
Archived: Sun, 13 Jan 2013 11:47:08 -0500
Subject: Re: The 'Standard Model' Of Ufology

Hello List,

Just done a quick trawl of the List archives (and my own) for
examples of those 'problems' with the standard models so
jealously protected (with misinformation and downright lies) by
government and its science hacks - the whole lot summarized at:


Although, from both our records, the best description of the
cosmology problems were given by Tom Van Flandern


The Speed of Gravity What the Experiments Say


The Top 30 Problems with the Big Bang

Here's some more, in no particular order:

scientist(s) critique the standard model of particle physics


a list of science 'mysteries' unexplained by standard models - of
cosmology OR particle physics


Why the 'Big-Bang' is probably wrong - and why Gov't/NASA lies to
maintain a false paradigm


Subject: Smolin On Physics
personal suspicions emerging re: Big Science fakery


comment on: "scientists and engineers might be the most
devastated by the discovery of relatively superior creatures"
I.e. - That someone would make such a statement is maybe only
realistic, but it's somewhat scary all the same.

link to the Brookings Report


Summary: today science is government's new religion - to be used
ruthlessly as a tool of power and if necessary to cover-up
embarrassing truths; exactly as religion was used by the
Inquisition in the time of Bruno and Galileo.


Ray D

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