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YOSHIAKI HIMEMOTO and

YOSHIAKI HIMEMOTO and ATSUSHI TARUYA 128

NOBEL PRIZE AND AFTER To me the news of the LIGO Nobel Prize was the intellectualdom’s equivalent of the news of 9/11: A very basic trust, a primal trust that we humans universally covenant despite all our differences, was breached. A red line was crossed. Not a line in the sand, but a line in the landscape of our civilization. This is where I resolved to take the final stand. The LIGO Nobel Prize was no mistake or error of judgement. No one should try to find an innocent explanaion for this evil transgression. It was a deliberate decision to entrench fraud science with extreme haste. It was the ultimate power play. With repeated successful installatiion of fraudulent discoveries, the Swedes developed some kind of god complex. What they declared to be the nature of the Universe, the world would accept it as their Universe. I, for one, am not going to take this anymore. 129

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