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On November 10, 2014, Crosetto asked Ingrid-Maria Gregor, Chair of the 2014 IEEE-NSS (Nuclear Science Symposium Conference), why in her May 10, 2014 letter to him, she refused his proposal for a workshop which would allow senior scientists, young scientists and PhD students to question each other publicly about the most cost-effective solutions to advance science in particle detection, and made inconsistent statements as Crosetto clearly pointed out to her in his letter dated June 30, 2014. Continue reading

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PARTIAL LIST OF CULTURAL & HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS

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PARTIAL LIST OF THE SCIENTISTS, and RESEARCH CENTERS, responsible to make the scientific truth for the interest of humanity prevail

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PARTIAL LIST OF THE MEDIA for reporting information in the public interest

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PARTIAL LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS with the MISSION Statement to be working in the PUBLIC INTEREST

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PARTIAL LIST OF FUNDING AGENCIES

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OrganizationContact nameE-mailTelephoneAddress
DOE U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, USA CERN Observer Patricia Dehmer, DirectorPatricia.Dehmer@science.doe.gov+1-202-586-54301000 Independence Ave., SWWashington, DC 20585
DOE - HEPJames Siegrist Director of the Office of High Energy Physics. DOEJim.Siegrist@science.doe.gov
DOE - SBIR Small Business Innovation ResearchManny Oliver Director SBIR/STTR Program OfficeManny.Oliver@science.doe.gov+(301) 903-0309
DOE - SBIR Small Business Innovation ResearchChristopher O'GwinChris.OGwin@science.doe.gov
NIH National Institutes of HealthFrancis S. Collins, DirectorCollinsf@od.nih.gov+1-301-496-24339000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, Maryland 20892
NIH - Grant National Institutes of HealthWendy BALDWIN Deputy Director Extramural Researchgrantsinfo@nih.gov301-435-0714Deputy Director Extramural Research Bethesda, MD 20892
NIH - SBIR Small Business Innovation ResearchGreg Evansevansgl@mail.nih.gov240-276-5245
NSF - National Science Foundation Grant-NSF703-292-51114201 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22230
NIH - NCI National Cancer Institute Grant-NCIHarold Varmus, Director NCI Office of the Chief Grants Operations Sectionvarmushe@mail.nih.gov301-496-7753Executive Plaza South, Suite 234 - 6120 Executive Boulevard, Bethesda, MD 20892
NIH - NIBIB National Institute Biomedical Imaging and BioengineeringRoderic Pettigrew, Director NIBIBroderic.pettigrew@nih.gov)
EU - European CommissionAlexandru CostescuAlexandru-Sorin.Costescu@ec.europa.eu
EU - European CommissionTorbjoern IngemansonTorbjoern.Ingemanson@ec.europa.eu
EU - European CommissionBarbara KerstiensBarbara.Kerstiens@ec.europa.eu
U.S. - State Senator TexasJane Nelsonjane.nelson@senate.state.tx.us512-463-0112
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasWayne Roberts,Chief Exec.Officercprit@cprit.state.tx.us512-463-3190 (main noCancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, 211 E. 7th Street, Ste 300, Austin, TX 78701
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasHelp@cpritgrants.orgGrants-866-941-7146
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasCathy Allen, Grant Specialist
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasSandra Balderrama,Grant Specialist Manager
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasMichael Brown,Senior Program Manager for Research
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasCharlotte Craig, Purchaser
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasCameron Eckel, Attorney
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasDavid Escamilla, Grant Specialist
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasMichelle Huddleston,Accountant
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasOralia Huggins, Grant Accountant
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasYvette Jimenez Administrative Assistant
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasDaniel Limas, Grant Accountant
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasRamona Magid, Senior Program Manager for Prevention
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasMark McCollum, Grant Specialist
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasLisa Nelson, Operations Manager
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasEllen Read, Senior Communications Specialist
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasSandra Reyes, Executive Assistant
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasWilfredo Ruiz, Grant Accountant
CPRIT Cancer Prevention Research Institute of TexasTherry Simien, Information Technology Officer
U.S. Representative TexasEddie Berince Johnson
U.S. Representative Texas, Chief of Staff of E.B. JohnsonRod Givensgivens@mail.house.gov
CERN-Member Austria, Minister of ResearchSebastian Kurz+43 50 11 50-0
CERN - Member Austria, Minister of Researchjunge@oevp.at+43 (0)1 40126 - 610Lichtenfelsgasse 7, 1010 Wien
CERN - Member Austria, Minister of Researchkabbm@bmeia.gv.at+43 (0) 50 11 50 - 3469Minoritenplatz 8, 1014 Wien
CERN - Member Austria, Council DelegateH.E. Amb. Thomas Hajnoczigenf-ov@bmeia.gv.at+41 22 748 20 48Avenue Giuseppe Motta 35-37, 1202 Geneva Postal Address: P.O. Box 68, 1211 Geneva 20
CERN - Member Austria, Council DelegateDr Daniel Weselkadaniel.weselka@bmwf.gv.at
CERN - member Belgium Minister of ResearchPhilippe Courardcourard@courard.be+32 (0)2 238 34 11, 084/46.84.40
CERN - Member Belgium Council DelegateDr V‚ronique Halloinveronique.halloin@frs-fnrs.be
CERN - Member Belgium Council DelegateProf. Walter Van Doninckwalter.vandoninck@cern.ch71539
CERN - Member Bulgaria Minister of ResearchLora PavlovaL.pavolva@mon.bg+359 2 93 01 101
CERN Member Bulgaria Council DelegateProf. Leandar LitovLeandar.Litov@cern.ch71656
CERN Member Bulgaria Council DelegateProf. Dimitar Tonev
CERN Member Czech Minister of ResearchMUDr. Svatopluk N?me?ek, Stanislav.Nemecek@cern.ch224 971 111
CERN Member Czech Minister of Health
CERN Member Czech Council DelegateH.E. Amb. Mrs Katerina Sequensov 
CERN Member Czech Council DelegateDr Rupert LeitnerRupert.Leitner@cern.ch71144
CERN Member, Denmark Minister of Research dasti@dasti.dkÿ+45 3544 6200
CERN Member, Denmark Council DelegateMr Anders KjaerAnders.Kjaer.Andersen@cern.ch72195
CERN Member Denmark Council DelegateProf. Jens J. Gaardh?jegardhoje@nbi.dk74063
CERN member, Finland Minister of Research & Innovation Councilÿtin@minedu.fiÿÿ358 2953 30381
CERN Member, Finland Council DelegateDr Pentti Pulkkinenpentti.pulkkinen@aka.fi
CERN Member, Finland Council DelegateProf. J. Žyst”Juha.Aysto@cern.ch79855
CERN Member France Minister of ResearchGenevieve Ffioraso01 55 55 10 10, 04 76 42 01 397, rue Voltaire, 38000 GRENOBLE
CERN Member France Council DelegateH.E. Amb. Nicolas Niemtchinowmission.france@ties.itu.int41 22 758 91 11Villa "Les Ormeaux", Route de Pregny 36, 1292 Chamb‚sy
CERN Member France Council DelegateDr Catherine Cesarskycatherine.cesarsky@cea.fr
CERN Member Germany, Minister of ResearchJohanna Wankajohanna.wanka@bmbf.bund.de030 / 1857-5003, Bonn: 0228/99 57-0, Berlin: 030/18 57-0Hannoversche Straáe 28-30, 10115 Berlin
CERN Member Germany Council DelegateDr Beatrix Vierkorn-Rudolphbeatrix viebeatrix.vierkorn-rudolph@bmbf.bund.de
CERN Member Germany Council DelegateProf. Siegfried BethkeSiggi.Bethke@cern.ch71234
CERN member Greece Ambassator, Permanent RepresentativeAlexandros Alexandris, Ambassgrdel.gva@mfa.gr+41229098940Permanent Mission of Greece in Geneva4, rue du L‚man, 1201, Geneva, Switzerland
CERN member Greece Ambassator, Permanent RepresentativeMr. Ioannis Mallikourtis, Secondmallikou@mfa.gr
CERN member Greece Ambassator, Permanent RepresentativeCounselorpresse.grece@bluewin.ch+F1271227410920 or 930
CERN MEMBER Greece Council DelegateH.E. Amb. Alexandros Alexandris
CERN MEMBER Greece Council DelegateProf. Dimitris Nanopoulosdimitri@physics.tamu.edu1-979-845-7790
CERN Member Hungary Minister of Research
CERN Member Hungary Council DelegateMr L szl¢ Kor nyilaszlo.koranyi@nih.gov.hu(06 1) 484 2997
CERN Member Hungary Council DelegateProf. Peter Levailevai.peter@wigner.mta.hu41 22 76 79653
CERN Member Israel Minister of ScienceYaakov Perry02.3847400
CERN Member Israel Council DelegateH.E. Amb. Eviatar Manor
CERN Member Israel Council DelegateProf. Eliezer Rabinovicieliezer@vms.huji.ac.il972-2-6585673High Energy Physics Group, Racah Institute of Physics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, 91904, Israel
CERN Member Italy Minister of Research MIURDr. Stefania Gianniniurp@istruzione.itViale Trastevere, 76A, 00153 Roma
CERN Member Italy Council DelegateH.E. Amb.ÿMaurizio Enrico Serrarappoi.ginevra@esteri.it+41 22 918 08 10Chemin de l'Imp‚ratrice 10, 1292 Chamb‚sy
CERN Member Italy Council DelegateProf. Fernando Ferronifernando.ferroni@roma1.infn.it(39) 06-4991-4613Dipartimento di Fisica, Sapienza Universit… degli Studi di Roma, P.le Aldo Moro 2, 1-00185 Roma, Italy
CERN Member Netherland Ministry of Education, Culture, ScienceMinister, Jet Bussemaker, State secretary, Sander Dekker+31 77 465 67 67
CERN Member Netherland Council DelegateDr Joseph T.M. Rokx
CERN Member Netherland Council DelegateProf. Sijbrand De Jongsijbrand@hef.ru.nl
CERN Member Norway Minister of ResearchState Secretary Bj?rn Haugstadÿbjha@kd.dep.no22 24 74 50
CERN Member Norway Council DelegateDr Bj?rn Jacobsen-
CERN Member Norway Council DelegateProf. Eivind Osneseivind.osnes@fys.uio.no
CERN Member Polland Minister of Science & Higher EducationProf. Barbara Kudrycka, Director, Dept of Sciencesekretariat.minister@nauka.gov.pl+48 22 52 92 718, (22) 628 19 44
CERN Member Polland Minister of Science & Higher EducationMagdalena Maciejewskaseketariat.dn@nauka.gov.pl+48 22 628 5785
CERN Member Polland Council DelegateDr Jacek Gierlinskijacek.gierlinski@nauka.gov.pl
CERN Member Polland Council DelegateProf. Jan Krolikowskikrolikow@fuw.edu.pl71616
Portugal CERN member
CERN Member Portugal Minister of Education & ScienceH.E. Mr Pedro Nuno B rtologabinete.ministro@mec.gov.pt217 811 800
CERN Member Portugal Council DelegateProf. Gaspar Barreiragaspar@lip.pt
CERN Member Slovakia Minister of ResearchH.E. Amb. Fedor Rosochapm.geneva@mzv.sk41227477400
CERN Member Slovakia Council DelegateProf. Branislav Sit rsitar@fmph.uniba.sk+421 2 726648
CERN Member Slovakia Council DelegateProf. Branislav Sit rBranislav.Sitar@fmph.uniba.sk+421-2/60295 861, +421-2/65426 648
CERN Member Spain Minister of Science & TechnologyDr. Josep Piquejoseppiqueh@1961bcn.com+ 34 93 366 39 86
CERN Member Spain Council DelegateH.E. Amb. Ana Maria Men‚ndez P‚rezsuma@santillana.es91 7449060
CERN Member Spain Council DelegateMr Fernando Ballesterofernando.ballestero@mineco.es
CERN Member Sweden Minister of ResearchDr. Peter Honeth+46 8 405 10 00
CERN Member Sweden Council DelegateDr Mats Johnsson
CERN Member Sweden Council DelegateProf. Barbro smanBarbro.Asman@cern.ch
CERN Member Switzerland Ministry of Scientific Research and innovation (MINRESI)(+237) 22 23 24 12, (+237) 22 23 23 19
CERN Member Switzerland State Secretariat for Education Research and innovationState Secretariat for Education,+41 58 462 96 78Balliz 64, Thun, Bern 3600, Switzerland
CERN Member Switzerland Council DelegateMr Bruno Moor41 44 533 10 30
CERN Member Switzerland Council DelegateProf. Olivier Schneiderolivier.schneider@epfl.ch
CERN Member United Kingdom Minister of ResearchChairmanÿ? Professor Sir Michael Sterlingÿ+44 (0)1793 442 000
CERN Member United Kingdom Minister of ResearchJohn Womersley, Chief Executive OfficerJohn.womersley@stfc.ac.uk
CERN Member United Kingdom Council DelegateDr Sharon Ellissharon.ellis@bis.gsi.gov.uk
CERN Member United Kingdom Council DelegateProf. John WomersleyJohn.womersley@stfc.ac.uk
CERN Member Yugoslavia Minister of ResearchLeft CERN in 1961
CERN Applicand Romania Candidate for Accession
CERN Applicand Romania Council DelegateMrs Rolanda Predescurpredes@mct.ro
CERN Applicand Romania Council DelegateProf. Nicolae Zamfirdirgen@ifin.nipre.ro
CERN Pre-stage to membership SerbiaH.E. Amb.ÿVladimir Mladenovic
CERN Pre-stage to membership Serbia Council DelegateProf. Peter AdzicPeter.Adzic@cern.ch73097
CERN Observer ECFA Council DelegateDr Manfred Krammermanfred.krammer@oeaw.ac.at74592
UNESCO Physics and HeathcareIrina Bokova, Director Generall.simionescu@unesco.org+33 (0)1 45 68 10 007, place de Fontenoy 75352 Paris 07 SP France
UNESCO ContactAgnŠs BARDONa.bardon@unesco.org+33 (0) 1 45 68 17
UNESCO USADr. Woods Hole, Scientific Advisory Board Susan Averysavery@whoi.edu508) 289-2500
UNESCO Australia, Scientific Advisory BoardDR Rosie Cooneyrosie.cooney@unsw.edu.au0404 979 838
UNESCO Canada, Scientific Advisory BoardMr Abdallah Daara.daar@utoronto.ca416.673.6573
UNESCO Multimedia ProjectCarole DARMOUNIc.darmouni@unesco.org
EU - European Commission head of the Public Health Policy Support Unit in the JRC's Institute for Health and Consumer Protection (JRC-IHCP)Ciar n Nicholleu-ie-info-request@ec.europa.eu01) 634 1111European Union House, 18 Dawson Street, Dublin 2
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Perhaps those who built the Large Hadron Collider (Lynn Evans, Steve Myers, etc.) deserved the Nobel Prize in 2010 after demonstrating on March 30, 2010 that LHC reached the world record power of 3.5 TeV. Instead, the CMS and Atlas experiments were mentioned in the Noble Prize for Physics in 2013 after proving building detector instrumentations that did not have the capability to identify and measure new particles capturing only 100 candidates out of 100,000 boson like particles produced by LHC. Continue reading

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ADMISSION OF THE FLAWS AND THEIR REMEDIES BLATANTLY IGNORED FOR DECADES, DAMAGING TAXPAYERS

2.1  On the first inconsistency, a) capturing less than 100 of the 100,000 Higgs boson-like particles generated, b) CMS leader Sridhara Dasu’s admission in slide 51 of his seminar given 01/09/2013 that CMS experiment failed to provide detailed measurements and the need to acquire more data in 2015-2016, c) Theoretical physicist Savas Dimopoulos’ statement in the movie “Particle fever” that he is waiting for more detailed measurements before making a stronger statement regarding the identity of the new boson, confirm there is a problem with the alleged discovery.

How can CERN claim a discovery with instrumentations incapable of making detailed, accurate measurements after admitting the need to replace key parts of their detectors and the need to acquire more data in 2015-16?

In 2012, CERN admitted that the OPERA experiment which appeared to show neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light was flawed when it was proven that OPERA instrumentation was incapable of making accurate measurements. In 2010, why weren’t the LHC team who fixed the problems that melted 50 magnets in 2008 and who proved it could run at 3.5 TeV, awarded the Nobel Prize?

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