On a sunny day (Mon, 27 Mar 2006 18:31:39 +0000 (UTC)) it happened
carlip-nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote in <e09b2b$kmv$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>For a nice summary of the current status, see Bob Kahn's short article in
>the fall 2005 issue of Matters of Gravity, http://www.phys.lsu.edu/mog/ .
Facinating, they are doing a blind test and will only get CfA data after the
Sound like real true scientists to me. :-)
Nothing like proving yourself wrong again and again... hehe.
Makes one humble (well...).
>(Incidentally, the experimentalists I know would like nothing better than
>to find a result that clearly disagrees with GR.
Sure, of course.
> Experimentalists live to
>prove theorists wrong. A confirmation of GR leads to a reaction, "Ho hum,
>nice experiment, but no surprise." A disconfirmation is where the real
>prestige would lie.)
On that subject, how do you think about that just published ESA experiment,
and their conclusions about the vacuum energy and Higgs and cosmological
I have now read both papers, and in a way, these guys really DID test for 3
I am sort of excited, but would like to hear your opinion as you know lots and
more of that stuff then I do?
And this is directly related to this subject too.