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Stephen Hawking conceived an imaginary interview with Einstein, after his death, where the British scientist said to the father of relativity: “God not only throws the dice, he hides them”.

A Brazillian newspaper made an interview with the physicist John Stachel, on the critiques of Einstein against the foundations of Quantum Mechanics.

Here Guglinski makes an imaginary interview with Dr. John Stachel.

Guglinski and Brazillian newspaper interview Dr. John Stachel

Brazillian newspaper:

Einstein was never at ease with the quantum theory...

Stachel:

He thought the quantum mechanics was the better thing you might have, taking in account the conceptual backgrounds of the physics till that time.''

Guglinski:

Ah !!!... taking in account the conceptual backgrounds of the physics till that age...

Dr. Stachel,

your last words which I have emphasized say everything.

Till that time some experiences were missing yet, experiences that disprove the quantum theory.

But today they exist.

Do you want an example? the cold fusion, the Borghi’s experiment, etc.

Please tell me, Dr. Stachel,

dont you think it’s a betray to the scientific method to reject experiments as the cold fusion, and the Borghi’s experiment?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT ANSWER THIS QUESTION

And after a constraining silence:

Guglinski:

But please go on, Dr. Stachel...

Stachel:

But he supposed that it would have to have a most complete theory.

Guglinski:

I think so too, Dr. Stachel.

But go on, please...

Stachel:

It’s what we are looking for now with the theory of quantum gravity.

Guglinski:

By neglecting experiments, like the cold fusion, and the Borghi’s experiment, which disproved the fundamental concepts of Quantum Mechanics ????

Oh, please, Dr. Stachel,

tell us frankly,

do you think the physicits may get a complete theory from this way?

Since there are experiments showing that the starting point for this complete theory are already in in contradiction with the fundamental concepts of Quantum Mechanics, do you think it’s possible to get such complete theory????

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

It’s fine, continue, Dr. Stachel...

Stachel:

''Einstein did not think there would be something wrong with Quantum Mechanics... that the theory could not be able to give correct answers.

Initially he tryied to show it, but soon he realized that Quantum Mechanics was consistent, logically coherent.''

Guglinski:

OK, Dr. Stachel, up to now

Stachel:

Einstein then supposed the theory would not be complete... that it would be immersed in a deeper theory which should explain Quantum Mechanics from another foundations. '

Guglinski:

I think so too, Dr. Stachel.

My Quantum Ring Theory is one of such theory.

It explains the cold fusion.

It explains the Borghi’s experiment.

It also explains other experiments that Quantum Mechanics cannot explain.

But my QRT has a rival theory.

It is this theory that physicits are developing, with the quantum gravity.

But without to want to be repetitive,

please tell me, Dr. Stachel:

since this new theory of quantum gravity does not explain experiments like cold fusion and Borghi, how do you think they will get a most complete deeper theory ?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

your silence is so much evasive...

Such most complete theory of yours will born with a problem: it will not explain cold fusion.

In this case, will you consider it a complete theory, even so ?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

Ah... it’s no matter, Dr. Stachel...

Brazillian newspaper:

But Einstein did not accept the probabilistic feature of the theory.

Stachel:

''Do you mean his famous phrase, “God did not play dice”?

I dont think that has been his deeper critique to Quantum Mechanics.''

Guglinski:

It’s your oppinion, Dr. Stachel.

E think it was too. And so?

Stachel:

I think he could accept it.

Guglinski:

Do you think????

Hummm... but I dont think so.

What I think is: '''you underestimate Einstein.

Do you think you have the same Einstein’s sensitivity for undestanding what was wrong with Quantum Mechanics? '''

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

Ok, Dr. Stachel, please go on...

Stachel:

It was the no non-locality, the fact that two systems, since having interaction, they would be entangled forever, that was a thing so hard to be accepted by Einstein.

Guglinski:

No, Dr. Stachel

it was not harder, it was so hard as the probability.

What you say suggests us that in the true you does not understand well the question of the statistical laws in Quantum Mechanics.

I suggest you to read the Introduction of my book THE DICE THAT GOD HIDDEN.

After reading it, tell me if you keep your oppinion.

But please continue, please.

Stachel:

But, from another way, experiments show that entanglement is a feature of nature.

Guglinski:

No, Dr. Stachel.

The physicsts “guess” that such experiments show entanglement to be a feature of nature.

But the physicists may be interpreting wrongly the experiments. I show this in my book THE MISSED U-TURN.

Would you like to read it, Dr. Stachel?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

Dr. Stachel,

one year ago I sent my book THE MISSED U-TURN to Dr. Ernesto Von Rukert, professor of Theoretical Physics in the Brazillian University Federal of Viçosa.

Dr. Ruckert told me he would comment my proposals.

But up to now, after one year, he did not reply yet.

Dont you think is it so strange?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

In my book, Dr. Stachel,

I demonstrate that are wrong the interpretations of the physicists on the quantum entanglement.

If my demonstration would be wrong, certainly Dr. Ruckert already would have pointed out the fail of my theory, dont you think so?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

Ok, Dr. Stachel, I dont want to constrain you.

Please go on.

Stachel:

Then, I think that Einstein would have to give up, by accepting these new experiments.

Guglinski:

Never, Dr. Stachel.

What I think is that Einstein would accept easier my interpretation of the entanglement, which shows that physiscits interpreted wrongly the entanglement.

After all, he did also not accept such story of entanglement.

Then Einstein would be agree to me, and not with the physicitst, dont you think so?

Besides, Dr. Stachel,

I wonder if this is the reason why Dr. Ruckert did not reply me, after one year.

Hummmm... Dr. Stachel,

I think that Dr. Ruckert already has realized that Einstein would love my Quantum Ring Theory.

Dont you think so?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

And you, Dr. Stachel, tell me please:

Do you think Einstein would love my Quantum Ring Theory?

After all,

a solution that explains the entanglement experiments, without the need of considering the entanglement hypothesis, was one of the Einstein’s dream along years.

Dont you think Einstein would love my solution?

DR. STACHEL DID NOT REPLY

Guglinski:

I have no more questions, Dr. Stachel.

Thank you for your answers. And also for the missing of answers.

Actually, Dr. Stachel,

the missing of of answers is most enlightening then the your answers.

Many thanks

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