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    "Should DOE start a Breakthrough Energy Physics program (like NASA’s BPP)?" | Login/Create an Account | 4 comments
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    Re: Should DOE start a Breakthrough Energy Physics program ( (Score: 1)
    by Rob (rob@zpenergy.com) on Thursday, July 03, 2003 @ 01:58:11 EDT
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    It should be interesting to hear comments from both the "Yes" and "No" side.

    Q for the "Yes" side: Did you answer "Yes" because you have empirical knowledge of possibility in "energy breakthroughs" ?

    Q for the "No" side: Did you answer "No" because you know that it is impossible and it is a waste of governmental funds?


    Re: Should DOE start a Breakthrough Energy Physics program ( (Score: 1)
    by ElectroDynaCat on Saturday, July 05, 2003 @ 16:08:59 EDT
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    If NASA runs the program like it runs everything else, I'd much rather they leave the field completely

    Re: Should DOE start a Breakthrough Energy Physics program ( (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Tuesday, July 08, 2003 @ 15:41:35 EDT


    Assuming compartmentalization is the reason DOE would not be aware of the known systems they would eventually become aware that a black budget cell has done it - a matter of redundancy.


    The folks at BPP thought they could get somewhere with their in-house scientists and totally dismissed the only true source of novel thinking - wackos like me.

    Until these academic elitists accept that the only way to progress is through the integration of mad scientists and regular boring specialists, they will never succeed, besides why would DOE eliminate its purpose?


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