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Dissidents have come a long way but we're forgetting the biggest audience of all! Join David de Hilster in discussing the new directions and initiatives for the Saturday Chats and the CNPS.

Is it possible for the dissident community to pick common goals and work together to try and achieve those goals? What would they be? Can we do it? Or are we doomed to be a sea of single salespeople with no buyers and no common ground only to die in obscurity?

Roger Anderton, a long-time critic of Einstein's special relativity, will be talking about how the math in Einstein's famous 1905 paper shows there is an aether, even though claiming aether is superfluous. Join David he listens to Roger's arguments and discusses this interesting claim from Anderton.

Has David de Hilster discovered a hidden assumption in modern aether models that could finally lead to aether’s demise?

This video, based on analyzing "Time" for 55 years, outlines my reasons for concluding that "Time" is purely a human mental construct that does NOT exist physically and should be replaced by processes unfolding WITHIN 3D space.

This is the 2nd video in a 3 part series on the history and future of the construct of "Time" in physics. Part 2 looks at the transition in the concept of "Time" from the late 19th century's (post-MMX) Lorentz Aether Theory (LAT) to Special Relativity. Whether the viewer is familiar or not with LAT, looking at Special Relativity in the context of this transition should be very enlightening. Further, we will look at this transition through the lens of clock slowing, since clock slowing involves cumulative effects.

Tao Lin (林韜) (born July 2, 1983) is a critically acclaimed Taiwanese-American novelist, poet, essayist, short-story writer, and artist who also has a keen interest in dissident science. He has published four novels, a novella, two books of poetry, a collection of short stories, and a memoir, as well as an extensive assortment of online content. His third novel, Taipei, was published by Vintage in 2013 and his nonfiction book, Trip: Psychedelics, Alienation, and Change, was published in 2018. His fourth and latest novel, Leave Society, was published in August of 2021. Lin is also a modern artist who has presented and sold his art online. Lin has lectured on his writing and art at Vassar College, Kansas City Art Institute, Columbia College[which?], UNC Chapel Hill, and other universities and museums. Join host David de Hilster as he talks to Tao about his first scientific article and his interest in critical thinking and in science specifically. This live broadcast will be 3 hours later than normal at 1pm Eastern Standard Time. Links to Tao Lin's article and website:

Part of our series the "Evolving Perspectives on the History of Science". This is Part 1 of the 3 part series on "The Past-Present-Future of Time in Physics", draws from Prof. Lee Smolin's book "Time Reborn", to describe the history of physics which shows that the essence of "Time" has been removed from physics - culminating in relativity. Part 2 will look in detail on the transition from 19th century physics to Special Relativity. Part 3 shows how to put the essense of "Time" back into physics by, ironically, replacing the human concept of "Time" with an inherently physical, operationally defined physics construct that has all the essence of "Time" EXCEPT that it does NOT have its own dimension and which is currently used in GPS.

Our second in the series of "Evolving Perspsectives on the History of Science where we look at the history of science from the viewpoint of the critical thinkers. George Coyne, author of the book "Notfinity Process - Matter-in-Motion", will talk about the original Big Bang Theory and how inflation was added onto the initial Big Bang theory as ad hoc. Is the expansion model of the universe based on a misinterpretation of redshift? Is the expansion model not valid and are there other credible explanations for redshift? Without expansion, the Big Bang Theory is impossible. Join host David de Hilster from Dissident Science as they discuss whether or not the universe is expanding.

The majority is always wrong. Change comes from outside. But is the outside its own worst enemy and how can we do better? David de Hilster discusses what he has seen over the decades as some of the biggest problems those outsiders face and why we don't ever seem to make progress. There is a way forward. But do we have the will to do what is necessary?