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    Cutting Edge Physics for Us All
    Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2005 @ 22:07:18 GMT by vlad

    Science Nobel laureates and other top scientists will talk to the public next month about the mind-boggling frontiers of modern physics.

    NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) is hosting the "Physics for the Third Millennium: II" conference to be held in the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, April 5-7, 2005. Sponsors include NASA, the US Army, the American Physical Society, and the University of Alabama in Huntsville.


    Although it takes place in "The Rocket City," the conference is not just space-oriented. "We're going to talk about the most important open questions in all of physics," explains Ron Koczor of the MSFC Science and Technology Directorate, the conference's chairman.

    Lectures will explore such cutting-edge topics as the nature of dark energy, antimatter-matter interactions, quantum mechanics and the formation of black holes. Among the speakers are two Nobel Laureates: Leon Lederman, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for his work on neutrinos, and Riccardo Giacconi, whose contributions in astrophysics led to the discovery of cosmic X-ray sources. Physicist Lawrence Krauss, who penned "The Physics of Star Trek," will be the Banquet speaker and talk about "Einstein's Biggest Blunder, A Cosmic Mystery Story."

    Cutting-edge physics. Nobel laureates. This conference must be for select professionals, right?

    "Wrong," says Koczor. "The conference is open to everyone who is interested in science and physics. The talks will be appropriate for lay people."

    It's important to search for the answers to questions Einstein left behind, believes Koczor. "The physics that we have today is limited in what it can do," he says. "We're never going to go to even the nearest star in a person's lifetime using today's technology. We need new physics. There are so many open questions in physics, and so many tantalizing clues here and there...." muses Koczor. "Maybe some things are possible that we don't know about yet."

    Would you like to learn more about those things? Visit the conference website at www.wyp-ptm.org, and stay tuned to Science@NASA for related stories in the weeks ahead."

    Source: http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2005/09mar_conference.htm?list690314

     
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    "Cutting Edge Physics for Us All" | Login/Create an Account | 3 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: Cutting Edge Physics for Us All (Score: 1)
    by bender772 on Friday, March 11, 2005 @ 05:01:02 GMT
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    No cutting edge physics to be found there. The real cutting-edge physics has been and is being ignored. History will consider our current time a dark age of physics- when mountains of evidence existed that established physics is flawed at the foundation, but a deluded physics establishment was unwilling to acknowledge the evidence.

    Let's see.

    Relativity- falsified by well-documented absolute motion experiments.

    Quantum Theory- apparently unable to explain LENR, and therefore probably incomplete.

    Big Bang cosmology- falsified by Halton Arp's discovery that redshift does not generally indicate cosmological distance.

    The bottom line is: another revolution in physics is overdue. A new (probably aether-) theory is needed to replace general relativity and quantum theory. This theory will probably retain many of the formalisms of relativity and quantum theory, but it must also explain and predict anomalies like absolute motion experiments and LENR. Cahill's Process Physics may well be that theory- only time will tell.



     

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