Prospect Magazine, December 2013

CERN’s director general asks, “Are scientists getting it wrong?”

Rolf-Dieter Heurer wrote an article,  titled Science is becoming more self-critical, where he explores the scientific method, the peer review process, and the saga of the pentaquark.

Bruce Camber replied to his article on December 6, 2013 at 18:41 saying:

“CERN and the scientific community may be well-served by studying the first 60 notations from the Planck Length to the fermion, proton, quark, string, pentaquark… By using base-2 exponential notation from the Planck Length to the Observable Universe, there are between 202.34 to 205.11 notations.
“Now, our work is within a high school, so what do we know? However, for two years we’ve been looking for this model on the web and can’t find it, so we very gingerly plugged away at it.
“Those first 60 have not been explored within such a relational framework. We ask, “Could these sub-particle domains manifest as some kind of perfected states, all geometric constructions in light of Whitehead (Process & Reality) where he called a point-free or pointless geometry?”
“We all know that we need new models. CERN should be asking — no demanding — its scientists to think outside their safety zones and come up with totally new models.
Our model is a simple one. It has been starring at us for centuries. Perhaps it would be a simple place to start.”

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