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I respectfully write you this message with the intent to defend the interest of cancer patients and taxpayers and I do not have anything personal against you, and if you invite me to take coffee at the CERN cafeteria (you can find me from noon to 2:00 pm distributing flyers before CERN Reception Bat. 33) perhaps we could clarify some issues. Now I need to write sincerely what I think is in the interest of cancer patients, taxpayers and what is supported by scientific evidence.

Dario Crosetto, President of the Crosetto Foundation for the Reduction of Cancer Deaths

900 Hideaway Pl

DeSoto, TX 75115

Email: crosettodario@gmail.com

 

Prof. Sergio Bertolucci

CERN

1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland

Email: Sergio.Bertolucci@cern.ch; sergio.bertolucci@unibo.it;

 

September 24th, 2019

 

Dear Sergio Bertolucci,

 

I respectfully write you this message with the intent to defend the interest of cancer patients and taxpayers and I do not have anything personal against you, and if you invite me to take coffee at the CERN cafeteria (you can find me from noon to 2:00 pm distributing flyers before CERN Reception Bat. 33) perhaps we could clarify some issues. Now I need to write sincerely what I think is in the interest of cancer patients, taxpayers and what is supported by scientific evidence.

 

The first think I would like to ask you is how could you look into the eyes your grandchildren, cancer patients and taxpayers and tell them:

 

  1. A person can wear a cancer screening jacket weighing 350+ kg for 24 hours (my 3D-CBS that can prove to provide images of diagnostic quality in 10 seconds, requiring patients to lay on a bed).

 

  1. You assigned the prize to yourself at the 2010 CERN Physics for Health workshop for the Axial-PET detector that was less efficient and more expensive the PET detectors commercially available. What did you achieve with the money provided by the Association Madame Curie and the taxpayer money? What future will have the Axial-PET project?

 

  1. On January 12, 2011 during our meeting you stated that GPUs and Intel 128 core processors were solving the Level-1 Trigger in High Energy Physics experiments. Millions of dollars were spent and all your claims were proven wrong by experimental results and millions of taxpayer money wasted. (You rejected my 3D-Flow invention that was officially and formally recognized to solve “Detection and Imaging Technology” applications with most stringent requirements, including Level-1 Trigger of the large experiments at LHC).

 

  1. In September 2011, under your watch, when you held the position of CERN Director of Research, you did not recognize that Antonio Ereditato, Spokesperson of OPRA did not have an experimental setup to measure the speed of the neutrino and let BBC and the media speculate that Ereditato measurements of the neutrino travelling faster than speed of light might be correct. I immediately wrote to Ereditato and BBC (http://ly/2J3jAcH) explaining the flaws in their setup and measurements when Ereditato made a public appeal at the BBC to help him to understand the results of his measurements.

 

  1. In 2018, although you were aware that my 3D-Flow invention was formally and officially recognized to solve “Detection and Imaging Technology” most stringent requirements, you created the CERN-Attract Consortium involving nine companies that you knew, taking 17 million Euros from the European Commission to distribute the money to projects such as the wearable WPET. Which criteria did you use to select the nine companies for the consortium? Which criteria did you use to select the reviewers of your review committee? Did they build any Level-1 Trigger, or other detection circuits? One of your reviewers instead of responding with a technical scientific answer he told me to “shut up”. Is this a scientific answer?

 

Sergio, the list can continue, but this should be sufficient to make you realize that there are enough evidence of mistakes, incompetence and damages caused by those mistakes to call for a quit.

 

Please realize that when you look cancer patients and taxpayers in their eyes not only you have to honestly tell them you wasted their money and promised things that resulted in a failure but you also suppressed the technology that would have saved their lives and their money, and you cannot deceive your grandchildren making them believe a person can wear a 350+ kg jacket for 24 hours because they will be telling you that no one can wear it even just for one minute.

 

These actions from you cannot continue and if you do not take responsibility to recognize them wrong and step aside, it is necessary that, like in the case of Antonio Ereditato who had to resign on March 30, 2012 (http://bit.ly/2J3jAcH) because he made the mistake setting up an experiment to measure a parameter that was incorrect and it could only provide ambiguous results, others (ultimately taxpayers informed by the media) should remind you the statement by Nobel laureate Rita Levi di Montalcini. When she was asked to list the most difficult task a scientist can face, she responded: “Admit To Be Wrong Before Evidence”. I think you have accumulated enough evidence of infringements to the code of conduct of a scientist, ethics, science, rules, to your job duties, to the representation of CERN mission, etc. to embarrass CERN, the scientific community and taxpayers who funded you and CERN to convince even high school students that funding a 350+ kg jacket for screening is absurd and therefore you must step aside.

 

Again, I am sorry I had to tell the truth on this but the reason is the suffering of one person dying every five second and many of them are dying needlessly because could have been saved if we support transparency in science and collaborate to make the scientific truth emerge through public scientific procedures where everyone, applicants and reviewers take responsibility to answer questions and support their claims with scientific evidence.

 

If you would like discuss this while having a coffee at the CERN cafeteria you know where to find me from noon to 2 pm in front of CERN Reception, Bat. 33 distributing flyers.

 

Sincerely,

 

Dario Crosetto

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