During my time spent in front of CERN premises on September 14th and 15th, 2019 distributing flyers, I had the opportunity to meet and have a conversation with several people. One of visitor on Sunday told me he was a science-fiction writer who said you scheduled a meeting with him in the following days. I asked if he was also writing about the 1 million people colony project to Mars and he said no because it was too realistic, instead he was writing about interstellar trips and fiction with no scientific grounds showing that would be possible
Dario Crosetto, President of the Crosetto Foundation for the Reduction of Cancer Deaths
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Prof. Fabiola Gianotti, CERN Director General
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September 24th, 2019
Dear Prof. Fabiola Gianotti,
I renewed my intention to provide you with scientific evidence to save CERN from leaders driving science in the wrong direction, thereby preventing innovations from reaching humanity which will save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars, save lives, and advance science. With my invention we have the possibility to significantly reduce cancer deaths and cost and create more powerful tools to discover the unknown that would also save taxpayer money used for research.
During my time spent in front of CERN premises on September 14th and 15th, 2019 distributing flyers, I had the opportunity to meet and have a conversation with several people. One of visitor on Sunday told me he was a science-fiction writer who said you scheduled a meeting with him in the following days. I asked if he was also writing about the 1 million people colony project to Mars and he said no because it was too realistic, instead he was writing about interstellar trips and fiction with no scientific grounds showing that would be possible.
Forgive me Prof. Gianotti if I express my thought, but this is in the sphere of the entertainment and not science. We have instead so many opportunities to improve the life and wellbeing of everyone, making progress by addressing real scientific issues.
In May 2019, at the CERN cafeteria you promise that your secretary was sending me an email before the end of the day with a date and time for a meeting and then two days later you choose to participate to the annual CERN relay race, http://bit.ly/2RdcYLb, but our meeting was never set. Now you give priority to a meeting with a science-fiction writer.
Please, Prof. Gianotti, on behalf of the people who die needlessly, one every 5 seconds and more than 50% of those who could have taken the exam with my 3D-CBS (3-D Complete Body Screening) device for the past 19 years could have saved their life, please, please, give me an opportunity to present a solid science at CERN that can save lives and create more powerful tools to discover the unknown rather than science-fiction that can be done much better by the entertainment agencies.
In these days I was also told that several projects have been trashed because did not work. The justification was that money should return to CERN country members in proportion to their contribution and I was told that a press built in Greece was trashed because it did not work and was then commissioned to another country member. I was stunned to hear about this practice and this justification. Who was the CERN inspector who approved the contract and payments of the press in Greece? He was responsible to follow the construction phases of the press and stop it, eventually send someone from CERN to teach them how to build it. Building a press is not a rocket science. One of CERN role is also to teach technology to the less industrialized countries. If another country did it, with the proper training also Greece could do it. Is this story true? Could you please investigate?
This practice and justifications might also explain why over one hundred million dollars was spent to build one room of electronics of the CMS Level-1 Trigger that then was trashed because ineffective and my 3D-Flow invention that was recognized officially and formally to have solved the problem (that with 2015 technology could fit in a 36 cm cube of electronics costing 1/1.000) went unfunded. This occurs because scientific merit is not important and the dialogue to prove what is more efficient and cost-effective is suppressed, however, this practice must change.
For example, for ten years I was part of a team from CERN led by CERN DD Group leader Chatarinus Verkerk who was teaching for one month an intensive course on Microprocessors to about 120 PhD or senior physicists and engineers from the third world countries (most of the time in their own country like in Accra, Ghana; Bogota, Columbia, etc., or at the microprocessors laboratory at the International Center for Theoretical Physics -ICTP- in Trieste that was sponsoring this program). This was the idea of ICTP Director, Nobel Prize winner, Prof. Abdus Salam who believed that third world countries needed also help in advancing in technology and not just in theoretical physics, therefore he made an agreement with CERN to provide the experts in the field.
Among the participants we had people very advanced who were able to write an editor or to draw objects on the screen and others who told us that their computer was not working because they could not login following the instructions. The problem was that the computer went in timeout because they were too slow to type their ID and password. Our task was to teach and make sure that everyone could complete their job satisfactorily, spending more time with some participants with respect to others, at the same time value the participants with ideas with more scientific merits.
Because of the importance for the entire world to address professionally and scientifically this issue, I hope that this time you will be able to receive me to discuss real science supported by solid scientific grounds and calculations and that we can finally address the issues in an open, public meeting at CERN where I can present my inventions and calculations allowing a discussion where leaders in the field can contrast my calculations with their calculations, presenting alternative approaches, in order to provide greater benefits in lives saved and money saved.