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If they really were mathematicians, they would prove or disprove 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 cited on 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.

Be that as it may, if there's a theory which manages to unify GRT, SRT and quantum theory, which furthermore serves not only to deduce spin and calculate mass and lifetime of elementary particles, but also deduces the 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...

In reply to Re^4: Using the Large Hadron Collider is likely to produce ... by shmem
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