Discussion in 'Pseudoscience' started by Willem, Apr 9, 2019.
Type in "Klee Irwin: The Tetrahedron" at Google and click on "VIDEOS".
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I'm only finding videos by a known pseudoscience peddler: https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Klee_Irwin , not any "respectable video"; can you please provide a direct link?
m.facebook.com. Search for "Resonance Science Foundation"
I'm only getting a horribly low-res page with multiple videos on it ( https://m.facebook.com/TheResonanceProject/ ). Can you please provide a direct link to the video you were talking about?
And after a simple search, this popped up: https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Nassim_Haramein . It turns out this "Resonance Project" was founded by a known pseudoscience peddler. That doesn't bode well for the "respectability" of videos they produce...
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Here it is:
Great! At what timecode is the "spacetime is made of tetrahedra"-bit?
No that is the wrong link. I am still searching for the video.
Here it is (at time signature 20:15):
More like 20:00
This video is about some ideas of Klee Irwin, a known pseudoscience peddler (see post #22).
So, I think it's time to call it: you don't have a "respectable video on the internet" that says "spacetime is made of tetrahedra"; all you've got is the pseudoscientific imaginations of some random guy. A guy that... well, just read the "Legal adventures" section on that page.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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