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Thursday, 22 September 2011

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Trouble is, we'll have to buy books about the even more complicated theories which replace the old guy's, and our sense of intellectual inadequacy will increase. I am enjoying, however, the sense of something exciting going on which I don't need to understand. I feel obliged to make an effort over issues such as the banking crisis or global warming, in case bad stuff happens to me. But particles can travel as fast as they like, providing they don't dent my car or make too much noise at night.

Yes, that's the trouble, I do find these things exciting on the very occasional moments when I get a glimpse of the meaning, hence all the books.

Yes, that's the trouble, I do find these things exciting on the very occasional moments when I get a glimpse of the meaning, hence all the books.

DD - your last comment split into two - is it some kind of new quantum effect?

What?

You mean they are not suppressing this result because it disagrees with the consensus?

Why not?

No, AK, it was the result of a collision in a hydron 'wotsit', held up the traffic for hours!

I suspect because nobody understands it, Peter!

Peter MacFarlane

I suppose because this is genuine science and the people involved are genuine scientists.

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