That’s It

I have to admit… I don’t have enough time and knowledge for developing TOEBI properly, unfortunately. This situation has eaten up my motivation to the point which has reduced even more the time spent on TOEBI development, nice vicious circle… And I don’t see any better circumstances in near future, hence I give up, at least for now. You can read about the latest efforts from Theory of Everything by Illusion 2.0.

But I won’t abandon TOEBI, I just concentrate on more fruitful aspects of it, for example on experiments. Now you ask how can I conduct experiments if I can’t first calculate the predictions?  Well, there is couple of experiments which are doable and TOEBI gives exciting predictions about the outcomes. The first experiment is about to happen in November and I’ll write about it in advance, most likely in October.

At least the first experiment won’t require very much time nor material. I just need to make few thought experiments and ethical thinking first.

11 thoughts on “That’s It

  1. > I don’t have enough time and knowledge for developing TOEBI
    > properly, unfortunately.

    Then, what was your Heureka all about? Two months of
    mystery-mongering about an obscure missing piece and now
    standing empty-handed?

    > And I don’t see any better circumstances in near future, hence
    > I give up, at least for now.

    Maybe Fritz or Paulji or Kraki can help? They must have detailed
    enough knowledge of your work to have been able to judge it
    good and even excellent, so maybe they can give
    advice how to proceed.

    > You can read about the latest efforts from Theory of
    > Everything by Illusion 2.0.

    So, what do you consider valid in it?

    > Well, there is couple of experiments which are doable and
    > based on TOEBI give exciting predictions.

    Experiments never give predictions. They either confirm
    or invalidate predictions. It’s TOEBI which should make
    predictions! Does it? If yes, do they differ from mainstream
    physics? If yes, what are these experiments about?

  2. Well, I meant that TOEBI generates those predictions, poor writing from me.

    Heureka moment and the first future experiment are related to the same thing… what mechanism (the heureka thing) causes the magnetic phenomena and what new applications that mechanism might offer. That’s all I can say at this point.

    Other experiments are not related to magnetic phenomena and require a bit more effort from their executors, but that shouldn’t be a problem after the first experiment.

  3. > Well, I meant that TOEBI generates those predictions,

    Ok, what are those predictions of TOEBI?

    > Heureka moment

    Usually, “eureka” refers to finally having found the
    solution. Where’s the proof that your obscure missing piece
    solves any of TOEBI’s problems at all?

    > and the first future experiment are related to the same
    > thing… what mechanism (the heureka thing) causes the
    > magnetic phenomena

    And what’s the reason for its absence in
    http://toebi.com/documents/FTEP.pdf ?

  4. Ok, what are those predictions of TOEBI?

    You just keep on pushing… One more hint, based on TOEBI it’s possible to alter FTE density locally. My plan is to conduct an experiment which should (according to TOEBI) alter a local FTE density significantly and the alteration should be detectable via the experiment.

    In the first experiment the aim is to reduce FTE density. It might be related to star going supernova after ejected from a galaxy. I don’t mean that my experiment ends up the same way, no way, but I suspect some kind of decaying from the material inside the reduced FTE density.

  5. So that’s it Kimmo? You won’t try to pretend anymore, at least a bit?

    You realize that all of TOEBI can be summed up as “the author has the vague intuition that the world is ultimately a bunch of tiny spiky stuff, despite having neither theory nor observation to back it up at all”.

    You pretend that you gave effort in TOEBI 2.0, or even in TOEBI 1.0, I guess, but that’s ludicrously false. You had your fun time making you so called thought experiments, writing about it on the internet, which might make for a nice literature exercise, if the style wasn’t so outrageously pompous. But don’t even think that what you did has the least relation to making scientific efforts. You didn’t look for anything past pre-highschool level little calculations. No one ever saw the least trace of calculus anywhere.

    So, well, if really you felt that uncomfortable doing science, I’m happy for you. I just hope you don’t waste to much time on what you call experiments, and try instead to LEARN sometimes.

  6. Relax Yop, that first experiment won’t require too much of my time, but first I need to order one thing. Most likely the go-time is in November, setting up the experiment takes only couple of hours.

    I believe the potential positive outcome will be the game changer.

  7. > You just keep on pushing…

    You just keep on making outrageous claims, I just keep on posing
    questions, you just keep on evading. Things like:

    * Was the eureka thing a solution to anything at all? You claimed it
    to be “the missing piece” for “the mechanism”, but the latter you
    failed utterly to pull off, as we can see in
    http://toebi.com/documents/FTEP.pdf. Care to answer that?

    * What in http://toebi.com/documents/FTEP.pdf do you consider to be
    valid at all? Care to answer that?

    > My plan is to conduct an experiment which should (according to
    > TOEBI) alter a local FTE density significantly and the alteration
    > should be detectable via the experiment.

    How do TOEBI’s predictions for the experiment’s outcome differ from
    mainstream physics?

    > I believe the potential positive outcome will be the game changer.

    None of the things you claimed, promised or believed since the
    beginning of our discussion turned out to be true or to work. It’ll be
    the same with this one. “We’ll see…”? Yes, we’ll see.

  8. > I’ll write about it in advance, most likely in October.

    Well, October came and went…

    > At least the first experiment won’t require very much time nor material.
    > I just need to make few thought experiments and ethical thinking first.

    Any results from these few thought experiments? Let me guess: The ethical burden is too big after all, right?

  9. Thanks for the reminder! Indeed, October came and went… and now I have a little bit more available time. I could start writing about the experiment today.

  10. > I could start writing about the experiment today.

    If you could, you should. Please do so.
    (But don’t think it went unnoticed that you didn’t answer any of my questions above.)

  11. I’ll answer those questions when I’m ready. I’ll release my new blog post in any second now. It’s not ready yet, but it gives nice preview about the upcoming experiment.

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