On 30/06/07, Eugene van der Pijll <eugene(a)vanderpijll.nl> wrote:
3) Registering a domain name for your new physics
theory is generally a
sign that you cannot get your theory published in a regular channel.
Also, Wikipedia is cited all over the place, which seems to indicate
that the author is not familiar with how much his collegue theoretical
quantum field theorists know. Conclusion: the page looks like the work
of a well-willing amateur, not a professional physicist. (But I cannot
judge the scientific validity of the page.
Yes - the only Google hit for "Nonlocal Medium Theory" suggests that
the author of this, erm, theory, has been trying to promote it for a
decade or so. Thankfully a few years later Wikipedia arrived, and all
those citations make the page look so much more convincing....
(only a second year undergraduate physicist)