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Response to statements made by Dr. Nadia Pastrone, President of the Italian National Scientific Committee 1 (CSN1) and responsible for the Italian physicists who worked at the CERN, regarding my 3D-Flow OPRA and a request to follow scientific procedures complying with rules respecting science, colleagues and serving taxpayers. Continue reading
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Concerned Citizen: Why do you state that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva costs over $50 billion yet using a search engine like google, the official cost states only $13.25 Billion? Who should I believe?
CROSETTO: The official cost of $13.25 Billion does not account for all expenses. You don’t have to believe me, there is evidence from data reported by CERN (see CERN annual report). A few additions, subtractions and divisions on data reported by CERN will convince you that the cost of the LHC is way over $13.25 Billion (Forbes states $13.25 Billion, Wikipedia states $9 Billion, CERN’s official website states $4.1 Billion for the accelerators and $1.4 Billion for the detectors). Continue reading
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My 3D-Flow OPRA (Object Pattern real-time Recognition Algorithms) invention could have already saved hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars and my 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) invention which makes use of the 3D-Flow OPRA, could have already saved millions of lives with an effective early cancer detection (See below supported claims). Continue reading
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Response to the review signed by the Physics Department and by the INFN of Pavia, Italy, supervised by its Director, Dr. Valerio Vercesi, of my “3D-Flow OPRA” project. Continue reading
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QUESTION FROM CERN & PAVIA’s SCIENTISTS: How can your invention with thousands of parallel-processing 3D-Flow OPRA processors in a cube of 16 cm or 36 cm of electronics compete with the major supercomputer projects such as APE of INFN and others, although none of them claim to be able to save millions of human lives from cancer or be the most powerful tool in the world to discover subatomic particles? Continue reading
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CONCERNED CITIZENS: How can you claim that your 3D-Flow invention can meet the needs of the four major experiments at CERN and PET? Some physicists argue that it is impossible because the problems and the triggering needs of each experiment are very different.
CROSETTO: I’m not the only to claim this, as several scientists, senior experts in the field for over twenty years, have put this in writing (see citations at “goo.gl/GIC5aR” and a few complete letters at “goo.gl/VXBx33“).
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Concerned Citizen: What is the purpose of CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, now and before the Superconducting Super Collider and Fermilab in the U.S.? What is the benefit for humanity and how much are U.S. taxpayers paying for the European CERN project?
CROSETTO: The typical return benefits from the research at CERN, FERMILAB, or as it might have been from the SUPERCONDUCTING SUPER COLLIDER in Texas, is from 35 to 40 years. This is short compared to projects like the cathedral that I visited in Strasbourg, France, when I went there for the 2016 IEEE-NSS-MIC-RTSD Conference. Construction for that began in 1176 and was completed in 1439, six generations later. Continue reading
Dear Dr. Michael Corbat, CEO of Citigroup, Dear Dr. James Forese, President of Citigroup, Dear members of the Board of Directors and the Executive board of Citigroup, Dear decision makers, leaders in the field, investigative journalists and those who care to make the scientific truth for the benefit of humanity prevail, we should work together to demand and implement transparency in science (please see APPEDIX for references to information supporting these claims). What is needed is to address the real problem that influential scientists handling taxpayer money have the responsibility to make the scientific truth emerge through transparent, public, scientific reviews, rather than wasting taxpayer money. Continue reading
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Early Cancer Detection
DIANA D’AMARI and DARREL JOHNSON: We are wondering why investigative journalists and agencies are not revealing this waste of money because influential scientists to not want to be accountable to experimental results from a test of their system in a controlled environment of a laboratory. Now please tell us how your invention in particle physics can provide technological advantages in the field of Medical Imaging and the benefits of saving lives with an effective early cancer detection. Continue reading
Dear Dr. Joel Butler, Spokesman of CMS Collaboration at CERN, Dear Dr. Andrew Lankford, Deputy Spokesman of the ATLAS Collaboration at CERN, Dear Dr. Nadia Pastrone, President of the INFN CSN1, representing the CMS Italian Collaboration at CERN,
I respectfully request you address the proof that my invention, proven feasible by 59 quotes from reputable industries, can replace 4,000 CMS electronic data processing boards (goo.gl/mPHw5Y) with my 9 electronic data processing boards (goo.gl/OTkH4z) while providing an enormous performance improvement at one thousandth the cost. Continue reading