An in-depth word-by-word analysis of the Article in Wikipedia on the U. S. senior scientist Sir Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli.
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An in-depth word-by-word analysis of the Article in Wikipedia on the U. S. senior scientist Sir Prof. Ruggero Maria Santilli ( www.i-b-r.org/Dr-R-M-Santilli-Bio-1-10-18.pdf
) has been presented in Post 78 of the website www.galileoprincipia.org/Lawsuit-against-Frank-Israel-and-Pepiji ..
on the Lawsuit in U. S. Federal Court filed by Ruggero and Carla Santilli against Frank Israel and Pepijin van Erp or in the mirror www.i-b-r.org/The-Wikipedia-Google-threat.htm
. The post identifies a series of alleged misconducts by Wikipedia Editors Arthur Rubin, David Epstein, and Mark Bernstein perpetrated with the apparent technical assistance by Google, thus deserving the reading by all Americans who really care about the freedom of information under the First Amendment of our Constitution, as well as the survival of democracy in the U.S.A.
Scope of The Santilli Foundation:
The R. M. Santilli Foundation (the "Santilli Foundation" hereon) is patterned along the life of the Italian-American scientist Ruggero Maria Santilli that has been dedicated to the pursuit of fundamental scientific advances, and the support of scientific ethics as a necessary condition for true basic advances.
Board of The Santilli Foundation
The Santilli Foundation is governed by its Board of Directors comprising five distinguished scientists, administrators and philanthropists. The Board routinely seeks advice from outside scientists on specific issues. The responsibility of all actions by the Santilli Foundations rests with its Board.
Members of The Santilli Foundation
Interested individuals from all walks of life, including scientists, educators, administrators, politicians and attorneys, are welcome to be members of the Santilli Foundation by contacting the Membership List Membership in the Santilli Foundations carries no responsibility, duty or cost of any type. Members of the Santilli Foundations are free, without obligation, to disclose their membership in their papers or other activities, but the Santilli Foundations assumes the obligation of not disclosing their membership unless authorized in writing. In particular, all electronic communications will be sent on with individual addresses without releasing email lists.
The R.M. Santilli Foundation