Tales out of School 1: London’s Worst School and M Theory

Kevin Boyle – Dec 12, 2019

Teacher (physics/maths), would-be Christian, pro-community, anti-hierarchy.

5 responses to “Tales out of School 1: London’s Worst School and M Theory”

  1. Seems to me like the Einstein myth, where pointing out the many errors in “relativity” theory amounts to career suicide.

    Relativity, evolution, climate, just a few of the sacred cows that serve to PREVENT any real investigation.

    Sooner or later this system will collapse, and then science will have to start again from the very beginning.

  2. I read some time ago about the difficulty of challenging string theory (and others) in a 2006 book by Lee Smolin: “The Trouble With Physics”.
    My interest in “heretical science” was aroused in the 1980’s when I was completing a PhD on ring-lasers (the Sagnac Effect). My description of the phenomenon, despite being simple and agreeing with experiment, appeared to challenge Relativity and I was simply told to change it or fail. Einstein and Sagnac argued about this back in the 1920’s; it remains controversial and is exactly the sort of question that real scientists should pursue to gain knowledge.
    So. I’m not surprised by your story.
    Keep posting.

  3. I like this Kevin Boyle and i respect his courage in speaking out
    he reminds me of Nick Kollerstrom and Maud Dib
    great men, and we need more like them

  4. @ Barney

    Have you forgotten about “holocaust”?

  5. How could any of us forget that one Patrick?

    According to my calculations (which I admit could be completely wrong), to cremate just ONE million bodies with the facilities at Auschwitz would take about 300 years.

    We just have to hope sanity will return eventually once the liars are no longer able to control the propaganda and deny obvious truths.