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Problems with Science Lies, Damned Lies, and Scientists GR turkey, QM fools paradise

General Relativity is a turkey, Quantum Mechanics is a fools paradise?

The comments herein are VASTLY incomplete! I first posted this theme in my review "Howell - review of Holverstott 2016 Hydrino energy".

GR & QM have been highly successful theories for [modelling data, making predictions, applications] QM (quantum chromodynamics) as the "most successful scientific theory in history". But less-than satisfactory theories for [describing, explaining] [structure, phenomena, ??]

Vladimir Vapnik "drop your theories, go with the data...

It seems to me that there is a [broad, deep, persistent] basis that questions the [honesty, competence] of essentially all physicists is continually questioned by looking at their historical performance (see "Lies, damned lies, and scientists)". One can always play with [frameworks, assumptions, changeable and inconsistent interpretations, statistics, small world universal function approximators] and get whatever answer you want. This approach is something that GR & QM scientists seem to excel at.

The speed of light in a vacuum (c) has gone down ~1.5% over ~300 years?

In ?1977>, the physics community simply SET the value of c, and ongoing experimental determinations are simply not reported and discussed!
We are currently in a period of an "flat" trend of c with time that is perhaps predictable from the trend over past 3 centuries, but this may not be the case over the oncoming [decades, century]?
[GR, QM] theory busting data?

General Relativity is a turkey?

Quantum Mechanics is a fools paradise?

References :
While involving only rare [scientists, amateurs, writers], there is a very substantial base and serious of criticism of GR & QM. I ceertainly don't expect all of these to be solid, and perhaps none are. But they do THINK about the anomalies in the [data, experiments, concepts, theories,

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