Re: [physicsnorthyork] Fwd: Tal Golesworthy on TED.com

From: kristina
Sent on: Sunday, April 15, 2012 2:10 PM
i've read it stan. it is good. i am not really interested in sciencey vs pseudosciencey debates though. i would rather share stuff about physics and i really love when members post cool talks like the one betty posted on quantum life. i feel that this group should be about getting up to speed on the most fundamental and interesting physics concepts and topics and familiarizing ourselves with interesting applications of those concepts...at least, that is why i am part of the group. i tend to shy away from topics and debates that border on the philosophical, unless of course, we are talking about the copenhagen interpretation
cheers,
kristina

On 15 April[masked]:51, Stan Racansky <[address removed]> wrote:
I have put a post on message board, which probably nobody reads. Now I feel like real leading edge scientist, pushed to the side where nobody reads you and if that does not work, little ridicule, insult to person's sanity and of course separation from the community of peers at large,does not hurt.

Stan


On Saturday, April 14, 2012, Betty wrote:
Can you please use our message board for correspondence to other Physics group members, going forward. The Message Board in the Discussions drop down menu .

I'll make it easy..go here:
http://www.meetup.com/northyorkphysics/messages/boards/

Thanks!
Betty

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On[masked], at 10:16 PM, Stan Racansky <[address removed]> wrote:

Hi guys,

We had a nice heated debate and maybe few had a heart problems reading my emails. Don't worry I have found a solution this guy hit two nails at the same time. (1) shown that many innovations comes from unorthodox places, in this case using plumbing technology, the establishment always find something "pseudo-scientific", crap etc. even if it's really works better, cheaper with less side effects ( their biggest side effects they had to fight is jargon - in can not be right because the articulation is wrong and professional jealousy - they do everything to destroy it even after 10 years of success, it was only plumber who invented it, it's has to be crap, pseudo science etc.) (2) it is economical, cheap heart repair with no side effect if you were too much fuming and damaged you heart, reading my emails.

I have asked the question before, guys do you know who did first heart transplant?

Please watch it.

Stan

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Begin forwarded message:

From: Stan R <[address removed]>
Date: 14 April,[masked]:53:27 PM EDT
To: "[address removed]" <[address removed]>
Subject: Tal Golesworthy on TED.com

Check out this amazing TED Talk:

Tal Golesworthy: How I repaired my own heart
http://www.ted.com/talks/tal_golesworthy_how_i_repaired_my_own_heart.html


Sent from TED iPad app
http://itunes.com/apps/tedconferences/ted


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