Michael Suede

Scientific Censorship of Wikipedia: Magnetic Reconnection

Update, I’ve written an article where I try to describe the scientific issues at stake in layman’s terms here. Recently I was banned from editing the magnetic reconnection page on Wikipedia after adding a criticism section to the article main page. As you will see below, the entire section is fully sourced by numerous peer reviewed…

Epic Black Hole Dispute Between Scientists

Physicist Stephen Crothers has demonstrated Hilbert’s derivation of the field equations is incorrect. Black hole physics violates SR, which means it also violates GR. Even by the mainstreams own standards, black holes are an impossibility. SR forbids infinite point mass particles such as a black hole singularity. Further, Schwarzschild’s original paper that proposed the solution to the…

War Is Always Pointless

After thinking about what war actually entails, I’ve come to the conclusion that it is always unnecessary. That is not to say violence is always unnecessary – as I feel people are perfectly entitled to defend themselves against the initiation of violence (to include violence initiated by the State). However, war as defined by two…

List of Federal Bureaucracies

List of Federal Bureaucracies as of 12/2/2010 Because without them, society would implode. United States Congress Architect of the Capitol United States Botanic Garden Government Accountability Office Government Printing Office Library of Congress United States Copyright Office Congressional Research Service Congressional Budget Office Office of Technology Assessment (defunct) United States Capitol Police United States Capitol Guide Service…

The Speed Of Gravity – Why Einstein Was Wrong

Physicist Tom Van Flandern lays down the law… Newton’s law 😉 The Speed of Gravity What the Experiments Say Van Flandern T. ,Physics Letters A, Vol. 250:1-11 (1998) www.metaresearch.org… Abstract. Standard experimental techniques exist to determine the propagation speed of forces. When we apply these techniques to gravity, they all yield propagation speeds too great…