The first Science Truther I had researched was Bill Gaede, who did presentations of his theories at the 2rd annual "Rational Physics Conference" in Salzburg, Austria, in April 2014. In one of the videos of the presentations, he explains his theory that the moon held in orbit by invisible "ropes" instead of by gravity.
The next Science Truther I researched was "Mr. W," who sent me an email to make me aware of his theories and his blog. One of his theories is that the earth is a "dead sun" that was wandering through the universe and just happened to join together with other "dead suns" to form the solar system. According to Mr. W's theory, the Sun was the last or one of the last objects to join the solar system, which is evidenced by the fact that it is still glowing and is not yet "dead."
Then I researched Dr. Srinivasa Rao Gonuguntla, who I had come across when I was doing research for my web page about Time Dilation. He has his own web page on the subject. Like most Science Truthers, Dr. Srinivasa rants on and on about how all the "mainstream scientists" who accept Albert Einstein's theories are "stupid." But, I never tried to figure out what theory Dr. Srinivasa promotes that is not accepted by those "mainstream scientists." One of his theories is that the long-abandoned theory that space is not empty, but is filled with a medium known as the "ether" (or "aether"). Dr. Srinivasa believes that ancient theory is totally valid and should be resurrected.
Another Science Truther whose name I'd come across when researching Time Dilation is Mr. Bernard Burchell. I discovered he believes in something he calls "Propellantless Propulsion." It seems a little like "perpetual motion," but my purpose wasn't to debunk his theory, it was only to figure out what unique theory he is promoting.
Another Science Truther whose name I'd come across while researching Time Dilation is Dr. Thomas Smid. His web site is very difficult to wade through, and he doesn't seem to have any specific page where he explains some primary and unique theory that conflicts with "the establishment's" theories, but he writes a lot about an "intergalactic plasma," which, among other effects, causes the "red shift" that the "establishment" says is caused by galaxies moving away from one another (the original discovery behind the Big Bang Theory). I found a web page about "Alternative Cosmology" which says:
Plasma Redshift Theory
The Plasma Redshift Theory has been advocated by a number of independent researchers. It is most notably supported by Ari Brynjolfsson in a number of papers in fringe physics journals describing his theory (see here and here). Thomas Smid has a variant of the theory based on the activity of plasma fields. Robin Whittle also has a website describing the theory. The theory should not be confused as a "tired light" interpretation of the redshift. The plasma redshift theories deny the need for black holes, dark matter and dark energy. The only supporters of these theories seem to be Electric Universe theorists, such ideas are considered fringe physics by the scientific community.Stephen J. Crothers was another speaker at the 2nd Rational Physics Conference in Salzburg. A little more research found that he doesn't believe that black holes exist. That belief might not be totally unique, but it's short enough to fit one of the "talk balloons," so I used it.
Dr. Hartwig Wolfgang Thim was another speaker at the conference in Salzburg. His unique theory is that Albert Einstein's light speed postulate is illogical. In a video HERE, he explains that Time Dilation is also not logical. His reasoning is a strange misunderstanding of Einstein's Theory of Relativity that seems to be shared by many Science Truthers. (I created a blog page about it.) He incorrectly argues that, according to Einstein, either twin in the "Twin Paradox" could be moving, so it is not logical that one can end up older than the other.
That left one last "talk balloon" to fill in my cartoon. So, I researched Alexander Unzicker, another person who gave a talk at the conference in Salzburg. His big unique belief appears to be that String Theory is nonsense, and all the scientists who believe in it have been "brainwashed." At the conference in Salzburg, his talk was titled "The Higgs Fake – How Particle Physicists Fooled the Nobel Committee." The belief that String Theory is fake fitted the space available in my cartoon, so I used it.
The resulting cartoon is shown at the top of this thread.
What my research showed me was that I could easily have added a couple dozen more unique theories to the cartoon, if there was room. Judging by what I see on the Wiki page about "Alternative Cosmology," and on their page about "cranks," I could probably add a few hundred more theories to the cartoon.
They don't seem to believe in any conspiracies, and they don't seem to think there is any kind of sinister organized plot to try to convince the world to believe what the Truthers see is nonsense. The Science Truthers just think all the mainstream scientists in the world are stupid. And they probably believe their fellow Truthers are screwed-up about some things, too. Each Truther apparently sees himself as the lone exception, the only truly gifted person with a unique and brilliant theory that the "mainstream scientists" stupidly refuse to accept as the gospel truth.