Yes i'm aware of a much higher percentage of White males with mental illness and life problems are attracted to noise and boards like this.
The noise scene was of interest a few years ago in a more general sense, no longer is though. Maniacs is dead, and this only has a few posters... as some therapeutic activity it perhaps has a role. I've worked with students with mental health issues, it's hard work and not always a success. Severe cases are where no matter what the evidence is they refuse to alter their delusions. I think you are typical.
Very similar to Clemon, who no longer posts here but still concocts delusional nonsense. Not the sun's energy ray bullshit of yours but as baseless. And of course when challenged for evidence you just bad mouth. That is the sad part. So no i'm not one of them. In the main I've moved on from noise to more constructive work.
No i'm not one of those who now challenges you. I wouldn't use the terms you use - but you are IMO delusional to the extent of being unable to accept the idea you might be wrong. And you are not able to convince others of a reasonable basis of your ideas. Both mark the lunatic from the Genius. I suppose you will just insult me, Clemon does just the same, and freely admits he has mental illness issues. But seriously i'm not saying you have, but holding unsupported beliefs, a refusal to argue reasonably and being abusive when anyone argues differently are indications. But you survive in a community. And that's good.
To conclude, I don't seek to challenge your ideas, and it was you who began this thread. The book is The Physics of Immortality, the chapter 2 around page 40. As for your beefs with my use of words, I think what is being expressed is more important than correct use of English. A bad teacher discourages learning by enforcing pedantic correctness, a correctness which is anyway that of the masses and not the individual genius. Shakespeare's English spelling was very poor, though much of English expression comes from him and the King James Bible. For one who espouses free thinking you can be terribly pedantic at times.
"maybe you cant tell a lunatic from a genius"
Maybe you can't tell a lunatic from a genius. Maybe both are social constructs?