Google for Josephson and the first hit is “Brian David Josephson” … I quote Wikipedia: best known for his pioneering work on superconductivity and quantum tunnelling, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1973 for his prediction of the Josephson effect, made in 1962 when he was a 22-year-old PhD student at Cambridge University.
Josephson’s reputation for promoting unorthodox causes was cemented by his support for the ideas of water memory and cold fusion, both of which are rejected by mainstream scientists. Water memory is purported to provide an explanation for homeopathy; it is mostly dismissed by scientists as pseudoscience, although Josephson has expressed support for it since attending a conference at which French immunologist Jacques Benveniste first proposed it.
Thanks God these materialistic “scientists” are soon history, fertilizer for my garden. It would be better to just admit the overwhelming amount of evidence that WE DON’T KNOW EVERYTHING!
All pseudoskeptics demonstrates similar patterns in their behaviour and I bet that a blood analysis would reveal a considerable higher amount of alumina as normal or open minded human beings.
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1 Heresy of heresies
2 Witch hunt
3 Zeno’s paradox
8 Skeptics attack Maxwell’s lab
13, 21, 34 the Nobel prize . .
55. Physics of homeopathy, truth and lies
55. An obsession above my pay grade
89. The law of similars follows the laws of electromagnetism, like Coulomb’s law, i.e. opposite poles attract, like repel; similar magnetic fields annihilate, thus laws of curative medicine are Electromagnetic.
7/26/18 I’m sorry, I have to apologize for not staying in touch. I don’t…
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