Reflections on a creativity and my personal invitation to Lady Gaga
by Bruce Camber Saturday, December 17, 2016
There is a sense of urgency to have our work critically reviewed. We have approached many scholars, some who truly understand the limitations of the big bang theory. These special people have also been introduced to our work to make an integrated Universe View work. At a certain point, rather consistently, each has fallen quiet. At first, I thought that we’re nobody from nowhere special and we probably have too many simplistic errors; it is just not worth their time to respond further. Our work is idiosyncratic and looks a bit like crackpottery. I understand. The past forty-year investment into big bang cosmology has given the industry some assurance that it is right. However, forty years from now, I believe it will look like crackpottery. Big bang cosmology has no ordering system.
Actually, I am coming to think that the reason we have no real critical reviews or suggestions is the enormity of the challenge. You could almost hear those people thinking, “These concepts just may be right.”
Those people who have been receiving updates on our progress all know that this project originated in a high school. They may also know, even better than we do, that this work opens a very real window on a new view of the universe. They have spent the last forty years, sometimes defending the big bang theory, sometimes attempting to build on it, and sometimes working around it. Here is something simple and easy to understand. And, academia, all of our wonderful scholars, had just overlooked it.
It is embarrassing and humbling; I am not sure how that will all finally break open. Even after many articles have been turned down for publication, I’ll continue working that avenue, trying to improve my writing and depth of knowledge, but at the same time we’ll try other approaches.
This appeal to Lady Gaga is obviously a radically different approach. Some of the very smartest people among us are those who have become mega-stars. Not just because of their raw talent, and their audacity, acumen, and tenacity, but also for their brilliance. Some of these people are very, very smart. We will entreat them to become a spokesperson for Big Board-little universe Project. They could open up this discussion immediately. They could influence the direction of this world immediately.
Click on the image to go to the homepage that expands on this picture. In the top right, in a script that is difficult to read, it says: “My dear Lady Gaga, Ms. Joanne, Here’s a really real cause to adopt!” Then just below her picture it says, “This begins to cut big egos down to size because we are all equally imperfect to the universe.” Notice as of this posting, she has 64.7 million followers. What a discussion she could start!