James Deardorff, who has done remarkable investigatory work into the Billy Meier UFO contacts and the Talmud Jmmanuel, pointed out yet another example of the scientific information given to Meier by the Plejaren to be both accurate and well in advance of “official discovery”.
In Contact 224, in 1988, in line 71., Quetzal affirms Meier’s recollection that Ptaah told him that neutrinos have mass and that there are several kinds of neutrino that can transform one into another.
But it wasn’t until 1998 that scientists finally concluded, from enough different findings, that neutrinos had mass and exist in several (three they say) different kinds that can transform into one another. Before then they had thought they were mass-less.
The experiments that led to this earthly conclusion started in 1968. So, while some scientists could say, in hindsight, that there were a few people around in 1988 who already believed that neutrinos must carry some tiny amount of mass, it’s enormously unlikely that among them would have been a man who is often naively (and quite mistakenly) referred to as a “simple, one-armed Swiss farmer”.
Of course, the know-it-alls in the scientific community cannot allow for Meier’s abundant, specific, prophetically accurate – and verifiably previously published – information to register in their minds, nor certainly in any official scientific documentation. This is also true of the SETI program, where so-called scientists like Seth Shostak cling to their amusing, unnecessary “protocols” for discovering “extraterrestrial intelligence”.
While they seem strangely unable to find Meier’s well known address in Switzerland, regularly visited by the Plejaren extraterrestrial human beings, I guess they have accomplished their most important, though unstated, priority, i.e. collecting nice salaries for doing what bureaucrats actually excel at…nothing.