posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:37 AM
reply to post by DJW001
I think it is a weird and suspicious story alltogether. This guy is a scientist, well educated and surounded with probably equally serious and
Now,...why start an experiment like that in the first place if you know that there isn't something faster than the speed of light? The money involved
to setup such an experiment, the "ridiculous" undertaking itself and the chance it would damage your career.
In my opinion this guy has strong and solid reason to start such an experiment and the scientists who helped him must have agreed there must be
He must have known that publishing wrong results would be devestating for his career and must be 100% sure before going public with it. Especially
because of what specific experiment he is trying to do...the whole world will be watching.
I like a good conspiracy and this could well be one of them. Anybody who is interested in conpiracies must know that technology to time-travel, but
kept secret by the "elite" is one of them.
What if this guy has been told to sell the world failure while in reality he did actually proof that there are particles traveling faster then the
speed of light? The intent is to keep scientific knowledge and applications from the world to know. Also to demoralize and discourage other scientist
for any attempts to investigate the subject further.