Scientists fail to accurately measure imaginary objects

Nature reports that physicists can’t seem to get straight what the measurements are of the invisible objects they invented. I’ve disproved the existence of subatomic particles here, and I demonstrated the desperate dishonesty of the scientific establishment here. Unfortunately the latter link no longer contains a working video; it’s very likely that Harvard ordered it taken down due to my bringing attention to the scandal.

Notice that, on the assumption that my thesis is correct, there is no longer any mystery about the measurement of protons, because there are no protons to measure.

We should be very grateful for the work of Ingo Sick and John Arrington, the whistle-blowers cited in the Nature piece.

Update: Hamish Johnston has written a nice piece on how the Nature report radically undermines quantum mechanics.

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