From D. R. Lunsford
on Not Even Wrong
Anthropocentrism is easily understood as the natural expression of the narcissistic era we inhabit.
It's good to see Lunsford back in the blogosphere after a long absence. Here is his 2003 paper
on a (3,3) space (often cited by visitors to this blog, a number of whom are of course banned by the arxiv preprint server). The abstract states that the cosmological constant must vanish
. Very sensible. When I told D. Wiltshire
about this possibility back in 2002, in terms of varying $c$ and $\hbar$, he immediately scoffed and said that concordance nucleosynthesis ruled out such possibilities. Now he constantly receives the same reaction from many colleagues as he tries to convince them that Dark Energy is a false road (but of course I'm still crazy). As Louise Riofrio
often tells us: concordes are prone to crash.