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Jul 7, 2016 2:05 EST

Quantum physics reveals errors in physics – This is the last and final round of research scientists from all over the world coming together and trying to re-interpret former findings in physics.

iCrowdNewswire - Jul 7, 2016
Quantum physics reveals errors in physics
 
This research based encounter aims to conduct experiments anew which have been executed in the past.
 
 
OVERVIEW
 
 
This is the last and final round of research scientists from all over the world coming together and trying to re-interpret former findings in physics. They will conduct classical experiments and construe them through the lense of quantum physics. This interdisciplinary approach to solve errors and uncertainty in manhood and science in particular stems from a growing disbelief in corporate scientific encounters.
 
This is the last and final round of research scientists from all over the world coming together and trying to re-interpret former findings in physics. They will conduct classical experiments and construe them through the lense of quantum physics. This interdisciplinary approach to solve errors and uncertainty in manhood and science in particular stems from a growing disbelief in corporate scientific encounters.

The research is conducted through an alliance of independent researchers with the premises based in Hula, Hawaii.
The main importance of the campaign is the potential change in scientific belief systems around th globe, once contrary results have been found, which urge to question the predominant scientific paradigm.

The group of scientist is currently wishing for 22000 US dollars to be able to set up and implement the experiments. The ongoing venture to find truth has been supported by former campaigns and is in its final stage. The main purpose for the campaign is to collect money for publishing and editing the results.

We hope to instigate a new view on science and on physics in particular. This might enable future undertakings in contemporary science to start off from a more holistic and synchronistic space.

Contact Information:

Rouven Ailington

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