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Monday, February 22, 2016

Paid Scientists Have Failed Us, They Are Grant Grubbers, Citizen Scientists Outperform

Check out Dutchsince in the video.

He does great videos.     In Texas they had "baffled experts" who couldn't figure out how their drinking water became very black, in Crystal City Texas.

Well lets see....could it be the fracking all over the place and adjacent to surface water supplies, whilst also numerous earthquakes in the area, also probably caused by the fracking.


19 comments:

  1. This whole fracking thing has me really worried about the kind of water we will have in the future. Why don't they get it? Even our bodies are mostly water. We need water to survive ... unless, of course, we're not expected to survive anyway. :(

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    1. Don't worry "they" need plenty of slaves toiling away, they just don't realize that their actions are ramping the rate of death too quickly across a broad spectrum of age groups. Maybe they thought they could kill off the old useless eaters but got more than they bargained for.

      But I think it is more greed, denial, blindness, blinded by science.

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    2. Fracking carries minute quantities of uranium up to the surface. The uranium is present naturally. With minute quantities of uranium comes everything else.

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    3. Fracking carries minute quantities of uranium up to the surface. The uranium is present naturally. With minute quantities of uranium comes everything else.

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    4. Double Nuke Kuke, did you know that they inject radiaoactive gamma sources to allow imaging of their fracking success/progress

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  2. Scientists live and die by grants and proposals. It's just the way it is. When they get the grant money they can apply their trade and move their work forward. Then they apply for more grants. It's the way the system is designed. Citizen scientists are hobbyists by definition. So they can't give the level of effort that someone who does science for a living. It's just the way it is. For example this Web page, it is obvious it's a matter of avocation rather than vocation. You say you are retired ok fair enough. Yet I guarantee this enterprise you have going doesn't generate an adequate income stream for serious professional work or to support a family. Even people in R&d know a good part of their work is in writing proposals to generate more work.

    I'll put up my knowledge and experience against any amateur citizen scientist. Including you.

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    1. Ah, the old define a process, yet miss the entire point. In the past scientists held dear their obligation to put the public's interest in highest regard, to be true to science.

      That is no longer the case and many are grant whores who find what their pay masters want them to find. Serious Cog Diss going on. this is becoming mainstream knowledge, in a year or two, you will be saying....yep I knew it all along.

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    2. The perfect example - your insistence of a prompt moderated criticality without any proof consistent of a criticality. All you have is a pic of Borax and a flawed association. Not even close. Debunked from Day 1.

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    4. Citizen scientists can apply for grants as well. Many get them. Many do not have the same level of skill and it reflects in their results. If you were the Canadian government would you rather spend taxpayer money on the established leaders in the field or on some delusuonal crackpot hack who is scurrying about in a rubber dingy? I think you get the picture. It's not that the deck is stacked. It's the fact that people that do what they do,for a living are usually much better at their work than people ill equipped to do the job.

      "Have spreadsheet, will analyze" just doesn't cut ithe when more sophisticated methods bring results closers to reality.

      I've noticed in many of your works that your overly conservative methods leads to unrealistic results. A billion chickens.... lol

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    5. And unrealistic results are misleading and lies.

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    7. We don't want to be begging for grant money, and be beholden to the powers that be.

      7 curies - 1 billion chickens contaminated. Argue that specifically. I rest your case

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  3. Lol where are you going to get a billion chickens? Let alone take them down into the bowels of WIPP? You know TMI released 10 Curies and the people of Pennsylvania ate lots of chicken. We have currently level sources where I'm at for NDE. Your supposition is ludicrous. What is the unit of radiation to a chicken? Hint: it's not Sievert. That only applies to man. It begins with a G and ends with a y.

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    1. Shit thats what Conca did, he took a poorly designed study that one of his underlings did at WIPP, and applied mSV to Bacteria!!!! I was laughing my ass off. He kind of owned up to it, but dodged it also. LOL Conca doesn't even know what Sv or REM actually mean. He ain't up to your standards, but he sure gets a lot of press.

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    2. Ya right, TMI 20,000 lbs of core "missing". A cohort was health physicist immediately after the accident at TMI. They Melted It, get it?

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    3. Yet people stayed healthy operating unit 1 for 40 years. Why is that? More radiation was released in the TN coal plant fly ash spill than at TMI. Duke University study.

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    4. Yet people stayed healthy operating unit 1 for 40 years. Why is that? More radiation was released in the TN coal plant fly ash spill than at TMI. Duke University study.

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