CalQlata has released a new materials database;
for the physical properties of wood.
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That is why we are offering a reward of all of our calculators (≈90) to anyone that can disprove just one of Keith Dixon-Roche's recent scientific discoveries.
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As a result of Keith Dixon-Roche's discoveries in physics, we at last have a wonderful opportunity to actually improve life on our planet; for everyone. Applied properly, they could give us free clean infinite energy, perfect medicines, materials and chemicals in minutes at very little cost, and also solve all of our transport and transit needs. Pollution of all kinds will be a thing of the past.
So, let's abandon bigotry, profiteering from failure and chasing impossible dreams (fusion energy, the Hadron Collider, the search for black-holes and dark matter, etc.), and start doing the right things right for all of the world's population, and not just the chosen few.
What we (@ CalQlata) find so disappointing is that solutions to all the worlds problems have been available for almost a century, for anybody that wanted to look for it.
This opportunity has been a long time coming; lets do something about it - today!.