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Qunatum mechanics can be wrong !!

for geeks and nerds..
others need not bother..

check out this article..

Fuel's paradise?

p.s...thnx anupam aka lola for this link. :)


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  • Blogger badgirl says so:
    December 12, 2005 11:06 PM  

    i m wating for d results of Dr.Mills claim :) top

  • Blogger ~Lord Anshul says so:
    December 12, 2005 11:49 PM  

    keep wqaiting..i doubt if they ever will surface !! top

  • Anonymous Warshrike says so:
    December 27, 2007 6:24 PM  

    It's all the same isn't it. Tall Poppie Syndrome. The minute someone comes up with something new, everyone has to put them down. Once Humanity understands just how little we understand about this Universe we live in the more we will acheive. Splitting the Atom was once impossilbe, landing on the moon was once impossible. There is no impossible just improbable. I hope Dr Mills continues with his research, for where would we be without men like him, who are willing to ask the big question's of the conventinal world. I hope he proves his theories correct for no other reason than to show all those closed minded (so called scientist's), that the universe is a very big and complicated place and no matter how much we would like to lable things and pack them into nice little neat theories nature just dosn't work that way. Good luck to you Dr Mills. top