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If they really were mathematicians, they would prove or disprove [wp://Heim Theory|Heim's theory] properly, rather than giving a glance to derived work and commenting on that "completely crackpot, afaics" (Lawrence M. Krauss in a mail [http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10694827|cited on msnbc.com]). Rather, they look like maoists to me clinging to a world
view which is as common (amongst them) as it is (or at least may very well be) wrong.
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Be that as it may, if there's a theory which manages to unify [wp://General_relativity|GRT], [wp://special_relativity|SRT] and [wp://quantum theory], which furthermore serves not only to deduce spin and calculate mass and lifetime of elementary particles, but also deduces the [wp://fine-structure constant] and the gravitational constant: as a physicist and/or mathematician, I would give it some serious consideration - i.e. try to strip methodical or formal/representational errors from it, and try to get at its point(s) of view. I'm not aware of any published effort...
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