The outsider scientist

November 9, 2013

“I may not know much about academia,” Carter argued in defence of his eccentric, quantum physics-rejecting theory, “but I do know this.” He cleared his throat. “The universe is composed of doughnut-shaped particles called circlons.” The occupants of the lecture theatre collectively held their breath, then began to laugh heartily.


** Jim Carter is not a fictional character. You can read more about the outsider scientists here.


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