MARINOV TO THE WORLD'S SCIENTIFIC CONSCIENCE by Stefan Marinov

By Stefan Marinov

I'm penning this missive. as i've got learned that it's very unlikely, by means of basic and customarily permitted means.. to make even the smallest break-through within the wall which »established technology« erects to guard itself from innovative adjustments. the hot experiments could be trustworthy. reasonable and simple for execution, the recent theories will be basic, transparent and obvious as air, their mathematical heritage rigorous and comprehensible for kids, however established
science says automatical/_v »no passaran «. Such is fact! i don't intend to debate the massive challenge ll'h_r it's so. I say simply that it's so. every person can convince themselves that i'm correct basically by way of perusing the first111 and secondm volumes of my e-book » The Thorny approach of fact« .
- Stefan Marinov

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