It was a success my distribution outside CERN of approximately one thousand copies of articles that I had published requesting transparency in science and reproducible results. I have been requesting these for years and these requests were also made in an article published by Scientific American in October 2018 (http://www.nature.com/articles/scientificamerican1018-52), and translated into Italian, published by “Le Scienze” in December 2018. Continue reading
My name is Dario Crosetto, I have over 20 years of experience in the most important research centers in physics, including CERN in Geneva and Superconducting Super Collider in Texas. Currently I am the President of the Crosetto Foundation for the Reduction of Cancer Deaths.
I am the inventor of 3D-Flow technology useful to create powerful tools for the discovery of new particles and 3D-CBS (complete 3-D body examination) enabling an effective early cancer detection. Continue reading
This letter is available at: goo.gl/rx1oDp
Request for a confirmation if I can freely display in public (before CERN entrance and eventually downtown Geneva) a poster hand-carried and distributing about one thousand newspaper articles demanding scientific answers and Transparency in Science, or if it is required a permit.
See full article goo.gl/JGxKDk published by Focus Daily News on 15 December 2018
With all my resources and strength I am working for Transparency in Science, fighting corruption in the scientific world that is damaging you by preventing to save millions of lives through an effective early cancer detection and fighting the waste of taxpayer money, however, I cannot be alone. I need your help. Continue reading
Good news for taxpayers, cancer patients and science!
The following is an account of what occurred at the 2017 IEEE-NSS-MIC-RTSD Conference, in Atlanta, Georgia, after I distributed 1,200 copies of the 4-page article published by Focus Daily News on Sunday, October 22, 2017 available in pdf at: goo.gl/EJD9yU and in HTML at http://blog.u2ec.org/wordpress/?p=2156. The General Chairman of the 2017 IEEE-NSS-MIC-RTSD Conference, Dr. John Aarsvold, after reading the seventeen-year history of adversities and difficulties I have had to receive scientific answers to my articles and proposals submitted to anonymous reviewers to be presented at IEEE conferences, and to publish and fund my inventions, agreed on the need for an exceptional, major public scientific review of my revolutionary breakthrough inventions that would go beyond the regular anonymous review process of an article or funding of a proposal. He agreed it should be a similar format to the major, public, scientific review of my previous invention that was requested by the Director of the Superconducting Super Collider (also Director of Fermilab), and held on December 1993 at FERMIlab and recognized as valuable. Continue reading
This document is available in pdf at: goo.gl/EJD9yU
BY JOSHUA C. JOHNSON. Focus Daily News
October 22, 2017 – Some would argue that DeSoto scientist Dario Crosetto is the Ignaz Semmelweis of our time. Many of us born after the 19th Century don’t know who Semmelweis is, although we owe our lives to his unconventional efforts.
In 1845, the German-Hungarian physician was among the first to pioneer the extensive use of antiseptic procedures before childbirth. Later noted as the “savior of mothers”, the measure curbed the mortality of deaths during delivery by 30 percent. But before millions of lives were saved, Semmelweis was ostracized, arrested and finally committed to a mental institution for standing up for his beliefs.
Taking A Stand Today
Fast forward 172 years into the future and Scientist Dario Crosetto, 65, is making a stand on another medical marvel that could save millions more lives. After years of research, Crosetto has developed a medical imaging device that is hundreds of times more efficient at identifying cancerous cells than anything currently on the market. Continue reading
This letter is available in pdf at: goo.gl/W8GB5f
The dialogue, communication, considerations are solving problems, discrepancies, inconsistencies and removing obstacles.
In that letter sent from the office of the President and CEO of Citigroup it was stated that Citigroup contingent situation in 2008 convincing the Government to shoulder Citigroup losses and injected new capital of $306 billion, making exceptions to all rules in place, to avoid hurting many people was a good program and that “…The infusion of capital through the TARP; however, does not allow us [Citigroup] to lend money to a loss.” I have provided scientific reasons and proofs with references to scientific articles and to over 40 articles published within the last six months, addressed to the general public (goo.gl/XtMkJc), that my work for the past 18 years without a salary, including working most weekends is a good program to avoid hurting many people justifying to respectfully asking Citigroup to consider making exceptions to all rules in place as the government did for Citigroup in 2008. Continue reading
This document is available in pdf at: goo.gl/4Nn2jS
Crosetto has summarized to MIT and Harvard experts the essence of the disruptive advantages of his inventions as follow: I have invented a revolutionary electronic technology-independent architecture/instrument proven feasible by 59 quotes from reputable industries to build using 2015 technology a 3D-Flow OPRA (Object Pattern real-time Recognition Algorithms) system with 8,192 channels, in 36 cm (15 inch) cube of electronics capable of sustaining over 1.3TB/sec input data rate, and execute with zero dead-time on the input data, complex programmable real-time Object Pattern Recognition Algorithms (OPRA) at a production cost of approximately $100,000. In the same volume of 36 cm cube of electronics, it is feasible to build a 3D-Flow OPRA system with 20,000 channels capable of sustaining over 20TB/sec input data rate. Larger systems can be built by linking several similar cubes of electronics. Continue reading
This document is available in pdf at: goo.gl/y3cL3N
I have invented a revolutionary electronic technology-independent architecture/instrument proven feasible by 59 quotes from reputable industries to build, using 2015 technology, a 3D-Flow OPRA (Object Pattern real-time Recognition Algorithms) system with 8,192 channels, in a 36 cm (15 inch) cube of electronics capable of sustaining an input data rate of over 1.3TB/sec, and execute with zero dead-time on the input data, complex programmable real-time Object Pattern Recognition Algorithms (OPRA) at a production cost of approximately $100,000. In the same 36 cm cube of electronics, it is feasible to build a 3D-Flow OPRA system with 20,000 channels capable of sustaining an input data rate of over 20TB/sec. Larger systems can be built by linking several similar cubes of electronics. 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