Science

Albert Einstein

German-born theoretical physicist who is widely held to be one of the greatest and most influential scientists of all time -- wikipedia.

Younger Dryas impact hypothesis

Request: Suggests an asteroidal impact [12,900 years ago] resulted in the death of North American megafauna. Potentially so catastrophic that any advanced human civilization existing prior to the impact was wiped out.

Albert-László Barabási

Priority request: a network scientist, fascinated with a wide range of topics, from unveiling the structure of the brain to treating diseases using network medicine, from the emergence of success in art to how science really works.

marriage of art and science

Based on the calibration result, it is esthetically pleasing, applied technology that improves the material quality of human life. However, this marriage is neither art nor science when plotted on the map of consciousness.

weather forecasting

Weather forecasting is a part of the economy. For example in 2009, the US spent approximately $5.8 billion on it, producing benefits estimated at six times as much -- wikipedia

belief in the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin based on scientific research

Request: David R. Hawkins calibrated that the Shroud is inauthentic; however, some scientists argue that no one in the Middle Ages could have crafted it so skillfully.

Stephen Wolfram

Priority request. British-American computer scientist, physicist, and businessman. He is known for his work in computer science, mathematics, and theoretical physics -- wikipedia

Eric Weinstein

Priority request. hedge fund director and podcast host. He was the joint managing director for Thiel Capital from 2013 until 2022. He has a PhD in mathematical physics from Harvard -- wikipedia

20 kW Free Energy Generator (invention)

Priority request: A self-generated power system by electromagnetic propulsion. Video embedded.

Richard Dawkins

British evolutionary biologist and author. He is well known for his criticism of creationism and intelligent design as well as for being a vocal atheist -- wikipedia

level: calibration results are subjective

Motivated by the intellect, and in that context, it appears calibration results are subjective, hence its rejection by the linear mind dedicated to the posture and apparent reality of objectivity.

phrenology

a pseudoscience that involves the measurement of bumps on the skull to predict mental traits -- wikipedia

smoker's cough

a persistent cough that results from damage to the airways caused by toxins in cigarette smoke -- verywellhealth.com

Soborno Isaac Bari

Request: 11 year old math professor

butterfly effect

Idea that small causes can have large effects in complex or nonlinear dynamic systems -- wikipedia