It can take a village to save science — a village that so far includes a Las Vegas music mogul, Kirkland rocket scientist, Port Townsend artist, Bothell chemist, Louisiana gas-and-oil man with a place in Port Angeles and a Savannah, Ga., computer programmer.
The public has stepped forward with cash to boldly go where nobody in the mainstream scientific establishment wants to go — or, at least, to have to pay for the attempt to go.
Backward. In time, that is.
A University of Washington scientist who could not obtain funding from traditional research agencies to test his idea that light particles act in reverse time has received more than $35,000 from folks nationwide who didn’t want to see this admittedly far-fetched idea go unexplored.
Want to be one of them?
HOW TO DONATE
The University of Washington has set up a special account to which individuals or groups can contribute funds for John Cramer’s experiment.
Tax-deductible contributions to the project may be made by contacting Jennifer Raines, UW Department of Physics, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailing a check made out to the University of Washington with a notation on the check directing deposit to the account for “Non-Local Quantum Communication Experiment” to:
Jennifer Raines, Administrator
Department of Physics
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-1560
It’s a disgrace that with all the money floating around in the supposedly cutting-edge Silicon Valley that I don’t see a single Valley inhabitant listed as contributing to this. What an absolute disgrace! You should all be ashamed of yourselves.
Previously in this blog:
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