Access Denied

Vacuum Fluctuations

October 24, 2015

Many thanks, sounds interesting, I tried to access it but the system returned “page could not be reached”. Can you give me an idea of what it is about? The classic ECE paper on this subject on this subject is UFT85, studied thousands of times, develop into UFT292 – UFT299, the Eckardt / Lindstrom papers, also studied many thousands of times.”

One of us can see it Ron. In fact, there is almost nothing that we, collectively, cannot access. The article in question is hidden behind a pay-wall. Genuine academics just walk through pay-walls, thanks to their institutional privileges. What a pity that you are not a proper academic, and belong to no genuine institution.  It must be very galling. Never mind, one of your lap-dogs will probably send you a copy (contrary to the conditions of their subscription).

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One Response to “Access Denied”

  1. Copyright Police Says:

    “one of your lap-dogs will probably send you a copy (contrary to the conditions of their subscription)”

    Indeed, not only has this happened, but the article in question, which costs $20 to access for non-subscribers, has now been posted on his blog.

    This is from Science Magazine’s terms of use, which are unambiguous:

    “You may not (i) distribute a copy (electronic or otherwise) of the article without the written permission of AAAS, (ii) post the article on an electronic bulletin board or web site, or (iii) charge for a copy (electronic or otherwise) of the article.”

    Two of these conditions have been broken by two separate members of AIAS. I hope they will take action. Copyright infringement is theft.

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