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Brian Josephson, an advocate of the reality of cold fusion is in mainland China for the next few weeks. Josephson was rudely disinvited to a conference on Bohm's version of quantum theory by Antony Valentini, a junior member of Imperial College's Physics Department shortly to move to Clemson University in South Carolina. Josephson was disinvited because of his interest in "paranormal phenomena." This created a scandal on the pages of the London Times Higher Educational Supplement including deletion of a post by London writer Colin Bennett. Similar Orwellian deletions appeared in other notable blogs. It is well known that the mainland Chinese leaders are very interested in the paranormal and in cold fusion because of the Chinese concept of "Chi" mental energy seen in all the Chinese martial arts films. For Chinese power brokers Chi is real not delusionary. Ironically, Antony Valentini's concept of "signal nonlocality" is the physical basis for "Chi" and all paranormal phenomena. Signal nonlocality violates the no-cloning theorem, and as shown by Adrian Kent of Cambridge et-al completely compromises the security of quantum cryptographic systems. No wonder, the Red Chinese are interested in Brian Josephson's non PC ideas beyond the fringe of respectable orthodox quantum theory.

It may be that the Haisch-Moddell Casimir zero point energy generator discussed elsewhere on this site is the basic explanation of "cold fusion" that is not really thermonuclear. This is only a question not an allegation. (Note added May 13, 2010).

May 12 2010
5:48pm
Beijing Telecom
     
 
 
May 12 2010
5:48pm
Beijing Telecom
     
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Brian Josephson's Mind-Matter Project Cambridge Lecture
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