Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The latest from Otto E. Rössler

Thanks to Hansi for keeping us up-to-date.


  • 5 - 11 January 2011

Original German Zusammenfassung meiner wissenschaftlichen Ergebnisse zur Gefährlichkeit des LHC für den Planeten, or Rössler's own English translation Summary of My Results on the LHC-Induced Hazard to the Planet. "Submitted to the District Attorney of Tubingen, to the Administrative Court of Cologne, to the Federal Constitutional Court (BVerfG) of Germany, to the International Court for Crimes Against Humanity, and to the Security Council of the United Nations" is his subheading.


  • 15 January 2011

Rössler writes about Flamm's paraboloid in Die Ameise in der Trompete = ein Astronaut auf dem Trip zum Schwarzen Loch. Or try Google's English translation The ant in the trumpet = an astronaut on the trip to the Black Hole.

And he makes three further comments in quick succession:

Original German: TeLeMaCh or Google's English translation: TeLeMaCh.

Original German: c global konstant gleich Revolution in der Allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie or Google's English translation: c is constant and equal global revolution in the General Theory of Relativity.

Original German: Haben Lichtteilchen schon unten weniger Energie, oder verlieren sie sie erst beim Hochsteigen? or Google's English translation: Light particles have been down less energy, or lose it only at the high-rise?


  • 17 January 2011

Rössler is to speak at a conference June 28 to 30 to celebrate Robert Gilmore's 70th birthday. From laser dynamics to topolgy of chaos.

In the reader comments on our previous Rössler post, the likelihood of Rössler's presentation being pure crackpottery is discussed.


  • 23 January 2011

Rössler has recently adopted Telepolis as another venue to favor with his LHC alarmist articles. Here is a short article about them in English Wikipedia. Here's the more extensive German Wikipedia article, according to which "in July 2010, Telepolis reached 15,459,044 IVW-audited page views." Pretty good traffic for Otto.

RelativKritisch Redaktion kindly gives us these links.

Original German Ist die Herstellung von künstlichen Schwarzen Löchern riskant? or Google's English translation Is the production of artificial black holes risky?

And also Das Unmögliche überdenken - warum nicht?! or Google's English translation The impossible-think - why not?

Redaktion writes about them in Otto E. Rössler – Letztes Aufgebot bei Telepolis, or see Google's English translation Otto E. Rössler - rebellion in Telepolis.

Also see Florian Freistetter: LHC-Panikmache bei Telepolis or Google's English translation LHC alarmism at Telepolis.

And Marcus Anhäuser: Liebe Telepolis-Redaktion, Entschuldigung abgelehnt... or Google's English translation Telepolis-Redaktion love, apology rejected....


  • 26 January 2011

Rössler writes in English CERN's Decision to Rather Die Than Agree to Pursuing the Truth Stands Trial Tomorrow.


  • 29 January 2011

On Achtphasen, Erneuter Aufruf an die wissenschaftliche Jugend der Welt: Kann jemand einen Fehler in dem nachfolgenden Text finden? or Google's English translation, Renewed call to the youth of the scientific world: Can someone find an error in the text below?

With lots of reader comments.


  • 30 January 2011

On Telepolis, TeLeMaCh und die Sicherheit der LHC-Experimente, or Google's English translation Telemachus and the safety of the LHC experiments.

On Achtphasen, Rössler again writes in English Calling on Young Scientists: Who Can Find an Error in the Present Text?



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12 comments:

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  3. Can anyone give me a link to the new journal's website? I can't even find the website of Asian Academic Publisher, which may be down. I did write to them once.

    This is going to be awesome.

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  4. new crackpot paper of Rössler in english:

    http://www2.hu-berlin.de/leibniz-sozietaet/journal/archive/08_10/roessler.pdf

    tries to show that there is no bigbang.

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  5. by the way, could you delete or move the long comment that is not about rössler to somewhere else? I think that rössler posts should only have long rössler comments. The above non-rössler comments are so long that someone who wants to find information on rössler may not want to scroll down.

    Well, his new crackpot paper is here:

    http://www2.hu-berlin.de/leibniz-sozietaet/journal/archive/08_10/roessler.pdf

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  6. OK, Hansi. Done. The information provided by that commenter has been nicely formatted and placed in its entirety in El Naschie and He launch new crackpot journal. Thanks to all our readers for the information they provide!

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  7. I see that there has been a lot of activity recently in the comments section of this post by Roessler:
    http://www.achtphasen.net/index.php/plasmaether/2011/01/29/prof_otto_e_rossler_erneuter_aufruf_an_d
    A reader ("Solkar") repeatedly challenged Roessler to provide mathematical details on one of his key results, and Roessler kept evading the request. Even the blog's host, Fasnacht, appears to be losing patience with Roessler's behaviour. Have a look at the thread, perhaps you will find material for an interesting new post.

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  8. 70 comments on that Achtphasen piece! Wow, we hit the jackpot.

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  9. How about posting on non scietific sites.

    Please comment on and make corrections at Reader Supported News on what I posted,
    Richard Kane,
    readersupportednews.org/pm-section/186-186/4868-doomsday-collider-revisited

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  10. That's it. The owner of the blog Achtphasen (Roessler's main outlet) appears to have finally lost patience with him (see comment #11):
    http://www.achtphasen.net/index.php/plasmaether/2011/02/14/otto_e_rossler_mein_schwachster_punkt_wo#comments

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  11. Oh. My. God. You're right. It's Marc's comment timestamped 2011-02-18 | 20:19. This is a huge development.

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