So you thought it was a trick but decided it could be useful to push your agendaMagneticTrap wrote:It was hypothesis. I did not say about my value of confidence in that. And more, I thought that it was a trick made by anti CERN people.Ivan, you didn't answer my question -
You thought the blue spiral in Norway was a magnetic hole but it turned out you were wrong.
and stir up fear with your "magnetic wasp" comment.
Well, what did you expect if you behave like shown above.MagneticTrap wrote: But now in these two cases: 1. the theory of magnetic hole; 2. crude errors in CERN safety documents; I can here only: “you are lunatic”, “you are an idiot” and so on. But those are not the scientific arguments.
Given the fact that you never delivered any scientific argument you are not
in a position to demand them.
There is no such thing as an "independent researcher",MagneticTrap wrote: No, I am usual physicists. May be I am more eccentric as others, because all my life I developed alternative cosmology and space physics.
(...) But I am an independent researcher.
in this context the term it is more likely to be synonym with
"a guy who pulls his theories out of his ass".
No it is the exact opposite!MagneticTrap wrote: Bigbangers will not let me work in science, because the contemporary science is a religious dogma.
There have been always times when scientists are laughed at for their new,
at that time somewhat strange theories. But in the end the ones that explained
the world more, or better became accepted. They were build to describe
observable things that did not fit with the existing models, and made
predictions of things that could be later verified by experiment.
The ones that were false and disproven have shown very often that they came
up with things that complicated more than they explained (look up Occam's Razor).
So when you come up with "magnetic holes" and "wasps" which explains nothing
better than existing theories, in fact you turn science upside down:
So you first heard about concerns about the LHC and then you searched for someMagneticTrap wrote:In September 2008, after I learned about fighting around the collider, I tried to investigate microscopic objects connected by magnetic forces and received them almost at once.1. How did you even come up with this idea?
scenario that would explain it. And because the previous "End of the world" bullshit
was debunked you needed a new one and "invented" (aka pulled out of your ass)
the "magnetic hole".
That's not science, that is fear mongering.