December 2, 2016
Mnay thanks – I agree that valuations are subjective. recently Nobel Prize Medals have increased sharply in value. For example, Watson ($4.76 million), Crick Estate (about $2.00 million), Lederman $765,000 and two Peace Prize medals respectively at $661,000 and $1.16 million. The work of Civil List Pensioners such as myself is also becoming very valuable, both in literature and science.”
All that you are doing, Ron, is highlighting the fact that you are not in the same league as the other Civil List pensioners and, indeed, should never have been put on the list in the first place. As for Nobel Medals, we cannot even persuade them to give you an Ig-Nobel Prize … because you cannot get your nonsense-physics published in real journals. You have already tried to auction your medals and scrap-paper, and have failed miserably … twice. Nobody knows who you are in the real scientific world, and you have accomplished nothing but undermine the symbolic value of the Civil-List Pension.