350 years after Galileo was threatened for stating scientific truths, Crosetto is threatened for stating scientific truths.
Innovation is suppressed when scientists do not stand up for SCIENCE.
Galileo was threatened by the Church for asserting that the Earth is not at the center of the Universe.
Dario Crosetto has been threatened by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Citigroup to involve Security if he continues to insist on the feasibility of his inventions in medical imaging, high energy physics and other fields capable of replacing hundreds of crates of electronics with one crate at 1/1000 the cost, while providing staggering performance improvements: in discovering new subatomic particles, saving millions of lives with a cost-effective early cancer detection and reducing healthcare costs.
Why did it take 350 years for the Church to recognize Galileo was right, and why for 25 years have hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer money continued to fund less efficient, more costly systems than Crosetto’s life-saving and money-saving inventions, which continue to be ignored? Why does Crosetto receive threats as Galileo did?
History repeats itself. If influential scientists of his time had stood strong in defense of science, Galileo might not have been forced to recant empirical evidence to avoid the consequences of the Church’s threat to chop off his head, and humanity would have received the benefits of his discoveries earlier.
If the majority of scientists (and specifically those handling taxpayer and donated funds) stood in defense of science today, Crosetto would not receive threats from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Citigroup, and humanity would enjoy the benefits of his inventions.
The value of Crosetto’s inventions have been recognized and endorsed by hundreds of scientists, the concepts have been proven feasible and functional in hardware, providing staggering performance improvements as confirmed in a public scientific review held at FERMILAB in December 1993, where Crosetto answered objections from other scientists. Recently it was proven feasible by 59 quotes from reputable industries to replace hundreds of crates of electronics with one crate at 1/1000 the cost. Yet Crosetto is boycotted, ignored and prevented from presenting his papers at conferences, even having his microphone removed when he asks legitimate and pertinent questions.
It is akin to an athlete with superior skill being blocked from Olympic competition by competitors who would lose the competition should the better athlete be allowed to participate.
Instead of implementing a world of reason/science, critical members of the scientific community are succumbing to a world of power/money and influence because of the rigged peer-review process which invites corruption.
To implement independence for the peer-review process expressed by the National Academy of Science, reform is needed. See Crosetto’s answer to the President of IEEE, the world’s 400,000 member largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
Decision makers in the field of medical imaging research who consider Crosetto a competitive adversary and prevent him from publicly discussing the utility of his 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) invention, should realize there is only one true adversary and it is one we share – the plague of cancer. Everyone must cooperate to advance science and technology against cancer at every opportunity, which will enable us to reduce the economic burden, suffering, and loss of lives which this calamity represents. We must allow the science of medical imaging to proceed freely through fair, open, public competition.
Likewise, colleagues in high energy physics research at DOE and at CERN should not consider Crosetto an adversary, but a collaborator who can provide experimental physicists the most powerful tool available for efficiently executing their preferred Level-1 Trigger algorithms, enabling them to quickly and economically confirm or rule out the existence of new particles, and do so with the highest certainty.
Governments allocate vast sums of money for eradicating cancer, while leaders of funding agencies do not want to hear solutions from inventors, giving the excuse that they want to be fair to all scientists, while their circle of scientist friends meet behind closed doors to split taxpayer money among themselves for their own interest and are not fair to the public. The Media and everyone should take responsibility by passing along this information and stand up for JUSTICE. Support the Crosetto Foundation with a tax-deductible donation at: http://blog.u2ec.org/wordpress/?page_id=185.
Be the change you want to see in a world of reason and respect for your children and future generations by demanding that the DOE Director or Research and Technology who wrote an 8-line email in which he incriminates himself and proves he cannot do his job, reflect and resign because he broke government rules and reveals how corruption works in assigning taxpayer money to research projects. Demand also NIH organize a PUBLIC scientific review to learn how Crosetto’s invention which can slash cancer mortality by 50% and reduce healthcare costs compares to the Explorer project funded by NIH for $15.5 million that can do neither. (CLICK HERE FOR FULL DOCUMENT).
Crosetto’s inventions endorsed by top world experts in the field and other professionals
Research scientist Dario Crosetto worked on leading edge physics experiments at the world’s largest laboratories (CERN in Geneva, Superconducting Super Collider -SSC- Texas, FERMILAB and Brookhaven National Laboratory -BNL-), won the Leonardo da Vinci Prize for his invention for early cancer detection, was awarded one million dollars in government grants, and received $10,000 for the best Business Plan reviewed by Venture Capitalists in a start-up competition. (See complete document).
His inventions were endorsed in writing by over 50 top scientists and experts in the field as reported in excerpts from their letters. Here is a list of a few letters in their entirety which represent less than 50% of the entire set:
- Andrew Lankford, University of California, Irvine, former Deputy Spokesman of the CERN-Atlas experiment, now Chairman of the HEPAP (High Energy Physics Advisory Panel), who was charged in 2013 by DOE and NSF to develop an updated strategic plan for the U.S. High Energy Physics (HEP) that can be executed over a 10-year timescale, in the context of a 20-year global vision for the field, and was recently charged by the DOE Director of the Office of Science, Dr. Cherry Murray, to assemble a COV committee to assess the operations of HEP during fiscal years 2013, 2014, 2015;
- Joel Butler, head of the Computing Division at FERMI National Laboratory, now Spokesman of the CERN-CMS experiment;
- Barry Barish, California Institute of Technology (see in session 3, pp. 15-23 an interview about the SSC, CERN-Courier GDE 2008, and Dr. Barish’s lecture at CERN 2016), now Plenary Speaker at the 2016 IEEE-NSS Conference on October 31, 2016;
- Ralph James, Associate Director of Science and Technology at the Savannah River Nat. Lab., Co-Chair of the 2016 IEEE-RTSD workshop;
- Livio Mapelli, CERN leader in Atlas experiment, member of the review panel of the 3D-Flow basic invention held at FERMILAB in 1993;
- Maris Abolins, Michigan State University, who endorsed Crosetto’s 3D-Flow invention to be used in the D0 experiment in 1994;
- Michael Shaevitz, Columbia University, Co-leader, electronic group at the SSC-GEM experiment;
- Mike Harris, Chief Engineer at the SSC-GEM experiment;
- John People, Director of the SSC (also Director of FERMILAB and representing Universities Research Association, Inc. and the U.S. DOE)
- Sergio Cittolin, CERN Group Leader, Readout Architectures Group;
- Francoise Bourgeois, Deputy Division Leader of CERN Electronics and Computing for Physics;
- Pier Giorgio Innocenti, Division Leader of CERN Electronics and Computing for Physics;
- Walter Selove, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Pennsylvania offers collaboration.
- Laura Mantegazza, Medical Information Division, Radiology Department, University Hospital of Geneva, Switzerland
- Paul Jerabek, University of Texas, PET Division Chief, San Antonio, TX, who endorsed Crosetto’s 3D-CBS to be used at his Research Imaging Center,
- Joseph Dent, Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
- Hon. Jane Nelson, Texas State Senator, who raised $3 billion for cancer research, however, Crosetto’s 3D-CBS was triaged out and not even reviewed
- Stephen Fluckiger, Partner at Jones Day, among the world’s largest law firms covering 5 continents, Dallas, Texas
- Hon. Kay Bailey Hutchison, United State Senator,
- Robert Turner, Partner at Jones Day, among the world’s largest law firms covering 5 continents, Dallas, Texas
- Paul Bartholdi, Observatory of Geneva, Switzerland;
- Catharinus Verkerk, Group Leader Data Handling Division at CERN and Director of the ICTP Colleges on Microprocessors;
- Domenico Scannicchio, Medical Physics Director at University of Pavia, Italy, who endorsed Crosetto’s 3D-CBS to be used at his hosp.
The superiority in efficiency of Crosetto’s 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) medical imaging invention made Siemens take a second look at their PET (Positron Emission Tomography) devices and had to agree that the electronics could be improved after insisting (in a meeting with Crosetto that lasted an entire day) the efficiency of their electronics had reached the limit.
Crosetto’s basic 3D-Flow invention was recognized valuable by a major public scientific review held at FERMILAB in Dec. 1993, endorsed for the D0 experiment at FERMILAB, adopted by thousands of scientists at the GEM experiment at the SSC and the LHCb experiment at CERN, but never funded to completion, while alternative projects were funded, ultimately failed and were trashed. Recently the 3D-Flow was proven feasible by 59 quotes from industries to replace 4,000 CERN electronic boards with 9 boards.
Crosetto’s 3D-CBS invention that can slash cancer mortality by 50% was endorsed for use in hospitals in S. Antonio, TX, the RHD hospital and Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX, and S. Matteo hospital in Pavia, Italy, but was never funded, while NIH funded the Explorer project for $15.4 million that cannot make such a claim. Crosetto’s 3D-Flow and 3D-CBS inventions along with his subsequent inventions were recognized valuable in several scientific reviews including most notably:
- Silvio Turrini, co-inventor in 1993 at DIGITAL Inc. of the first 300MHz 115W 32b Bipolar ECL Microprocessor
- Jerry Merryman, co-inventor with Nobel Prize winner Jack Kilby of the pocket calculator.
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