This blog post was requested by dwarf… TOEBI’s successes, here you go… In theory-wise, TOEBI has been very successful indeed. No matter what was the topic, I have managed to calculate it in TOEBI or at least give a reasonable explanation according to it. But when we talk about successes in broader sense there will be a wall of fog weakening my vision.

What do I know for sure? I do have few individual supporters, who are working in fields like engineering and physics. We don’t have any collaborations ongoing but we do change some ideas every now and then and I get feedback from them. These people consider TOEBI as an interesting and new insight of reality.

Second group consists of physicists who are potentially interested in collaborating with me. At the moment, I’m having talks with some of these physicists in order to start experimenting my “antimatter” annihilation idea with solid hydrogen. But active experimental physicists are busy with their ongoing projects so I don’t think that anything concrete will happen immediately. I’m also amazed how hard it is for those physicists to get their research ideas through the bureaucracy.

The last thing I know for sure is who has been downloading my papers, at least previously, because currently my paper links point directly to Here’s few institutions based on my logs:

  • CERN
  • Fermilab
  • NASA
  • Harvard University
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Cambridge
  • Imam Hossein University (Iranian nuclear technology orientated university)
  • Aalto University (largest university in Finland)
  • U.S. Justice Department (God knows why!)
  • countless other smaller universities and research organisations / companies
  • and many more which has slipped through my random log auditing

Paper downloads might have been done by students in those institutions as well as researchers and like. Ok, maybe CERN, Fermilab, NASA, Imam Hossein University and U.S. Justice Department downloads are made by hardcore researchers and like only.

That’s all I know about TOEBI’s successes. Interesting to see what new successes will emerge in next couple of years.

2 thoughts on “Successes

  1. > I do have few individual supporters
    > I’m having talks with some of these physicists

    Can you reveal their names or at least their affiliations?

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