Physicists Find a Way to See the ‘Grin’ of Quantum Gravity

Two microdiamonds would be used to test the quantum nature of gravity

In 1935, when both quantum mechanics and Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity were young, a little-known Soviet physicist named Matvei Bronstein, just 28 himself, made the first detailed study of the problem of reconciling the two in a quantum theory of gravity. This “possible theory of the world as a whole,” as Bronstein called it, would supplant Einstein’s classical description of gravity, which casts it as curves in the space-time continuum, and rewrite it in the same quantum language as the rest of physics.

Bronstein figured out how to describe gravity in terms of quantized particles, now called gravitons, but only when the force of gravity is weak — that is (in general relativity), when the space-time fabric is so weakly curved that it can be approximated as flat. When gravity is strong, “the situation is quite different,” he wrote. “Without a deep revision of classical notions, it seems hardly possible to extend the quantum theory of gravity also to this domain.”

His words were prophetic. Eighty-three years later, physicists are still trying to understand how space-time curvature emerges on macroscopic scales from a more fundamental, presumably quantum picture of gravity; it’s arguably the deepest question in physics. Perhaps, given the chance, the whip-smart Bronstein might have helped to speed things along. Aside from quantum gravity, he contributed to astrophysics and cosmology, semiconductor theory, and quantum electrodynamics, and he also wrote several science books for children, before being caught up in Stalin’s Great Purge and executed in 1938, at the age of 31.

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The Soviet theoretical physicist Matvei Petrovich Bronstein (1906-1938), a pioneer of quantum gravity research whose work remains largely unknown in the west. Photo from the Public Domain.

The search for the full theory of quantum gravity has been stymied by the fact that gravity’s quantum properties never seem to manifest in actual experience. Physicists never get to see how Einstein’s description of the smooth space-time continuum, or Bronstein’s quantum approximation of it when it’s weakly curved, goes wrong.

The problem is gravity’s extreme weakness. Whereas the quantized particles that convey the strong, weak and electromagnetic forces are so powerful that they tightly bind matter into atoms, and can be studied in tabletop experiments, gravitons are individually so weak that laboratories have no hope of detecting them. To detect a graviton with high probability, a particle detector would have to be so huge and massive that it would collapse into a black hole. This weakness is why it takes an astronomical accumulation of mass to gravitationally influence other massive bodies, and why we only see gravity writ large.

Not only that, but the universe appears to be governed by a kind of cosmic censorship: Regions of extreme gravity — where space-time curves so sharply that Einstein’s equations malfunction and the true, quantum nature of gravity and space-time must be revealed — always hide behind the horizons of black holes.

“Even a few years ago it was a generic consensus that, most likely, it’s not even conceivably possible to measure quantization of the gravitational field in any way,” said Igor Pikovski, a theoretical physicist at Harvard University.

Now, a pair of papers published in 2017 in Physical Review Letters has changed the calculus. The papers contend that it’s possible to access quantum gravity after all — while learning nothing about it. The papers, written by Sougato Bose at University College London and nine collaborators and by Chiara Marletto and Vlatko Vedral at the University of Oxford, propose a technically challenging, but feasible, tabletop experiment that could confirm that gravity is a quantum force like all the rest, without ever detecting a graviton. Miles Blencowe, a quantum physicist at Dartmouth College who was not involved in the work, said the experiment would detect a sure sign of otherwise invisible quantum gravity — the “grin of the Cheshire cat.”

The proposed experiment will determine whether two objects — Bose’s group plans to use a pair of microdiamonds — can become quantum-mechanically entangled with each other through their mutual gravitational attraction. Entanglement is a quantum phenomenon in which particles become inseparably entwined, sharing a single physical description that specifies their possible combined states. (The coexistence of different possible states, called a “superposition,” is the hallmark of quantum systems.) For example, an entangled pair of particles might exist in a superposition in which there’s a 50 percent chance that the “spin” of particle A points upward and B’s points downward, and a 50 percent chance of the reverse. There’s no telling in advance which outcome you’ll get when you measure the particles’ spin directions, but you can be sure they’ll point opposite ways.

The authors argue that the two objects in their proposed experiment can become entangled with each other in this way only if the force that acts between them — in this case, gravity — is a quantum interaction, mediated by gravitons that can maintain quantum superpositions. “If you can do the experiment and you get entanglement, then according to those papers, you have to conclude that gravity is quantized,” Blencowe explained.

To Entangle a Diamond

Quantum gravity is so imperceptible that some researchers have questioned whether it even exists. The venerable mathematical physicist Freeman Dyson, 94, has argued since 2001 that the universe might sustain a kind of “dualistic” description, where “the gravitational field described by Einstein’s theory of general relativity is a purely classical field without any quantum behavior,” as he wrote that year in The New York Review of Books, even though all the matter within this smooth space-time continuum is quantized into particles that obey probabilistic rules.

Dyson, who helped develop quantum electrodynamics (the theory of interactions between matter and light) and is professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey, where he overlapped with Einstein, disagrees with the argument that quantum gravity is needed to describe the unreachable interiors of black holes. And he wonders whether detecting the hypothetical graviton might be impossible, even in principle. In that case, he argues, quantum gravity is metaphysical, rather than physics. READ REST OF STORY HERE……

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No Senate Republicans voted to advance the stimulus package that’d give most Americans $1,400 one-time checks

No Senate Republicans voted to advance stimulus package that give Americans $1400, one-time checks

  • The Senate voted Tuesday on a budget resolution that could speed coronavirus aid through Congress.
  • No Republicans voted to advance the measure, which was introduced by the Democratic majority.
  • The phrase “No Republicans” trended on Twitter after the vote.                    

Senate Republicans issued a mass rebuke of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus rescue package on Tuesday night, with none voting to advance it.

In a strict party-line vote, all 50 Senate Democrats voted to advance a budget resolution to speed the aid package through Congress without Republican support. Forty-nine Republicans voted against the resolution. Republican Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania was absent because of snow.

The phrase ” No Republicans ” was trending on Twitter after the vote.

“We are not going to dilute, dither, or delay,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said before the vote, adding: “We welcome cooperation. There is nothing about the process of a budget resolution or reconciliation, for that matter, that forecloses the possibility of bipartisanship.”

Read more : Democrats are moving ahead with Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID stimulus – with or without Republicans. Here are the 4 main sticking points that could blow things up.

The package on the line includes a round of $1,400 direct payments for most Americans, $350 billion to state and local governments, an increase in federal jobless aid to $400, and a proposal to increase the federal minimum wage to $15, among other aid.

All four measures have proved to be sticking points between the two parties.

Republicans want the relief checks capped at $1,000 and allocated only to people making less than $50,000 a year. They say the money for state and local governments isn’t needed and didn’t include any local funding in their counteroffer. They want the current federal jobless aid to remain the same and continue through June. Biden’s plan would increase it and extend it through September. And while some Republicans support increasing the federal minimum wage, few wish it to be as high as $15.

The bill also includes $130 billion to reopen schools, a major expansion of the child tax credit , $50 billion toward COVID-19 testing, and $20 billion toward a national vaccine program in partnership with states, localities, and tribes.

The budget-reconciliation process allows Democrats to pass the plan with only 51 votes, instead of the 60-vote supermajority usually required of bills.

Biden hosted Republicans on Monday to discuss the party’s $618 billion counteroffer .

According to The New York Times, some Republican senators considered Biden more receptive to compromise than his staff or Schumer during the meeting, though Biden has signaled that $600 billion is too little.

“They’ve chosen a totally partisan path,” Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told The Times about Senate Democrats.

McConnell used reconciliation to pass tax cuts during his time as majority leader. He also employed the measure in a failed attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act .

Senate Democrats could approve the resolution as soon as Friday.

According to Roll Call, the House will vote on its nearly identical measure Wednesday and then will have to vote again on final adoption of the joint measure after the Senate makes additions.

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FBI: Two Agents Shot & Killed

imageTwo FBI agents were killed and three were wounded, following a shooting early Tuesday morning while serving a warrant in Sunrise, Florida,  according to the FBI. A statement released by the FBI say two wounded agents were hospitalized and are in stable condition. The third wounded agent remained on the scene. The FBI is not releasing the names of the two fallen agents. The FBI says the shooting took place around 6:00 a.m. in the area of 10100 Reflections Boulevard. “A team of law enforcement officers were there to execute a federal court-ordered search warrant in furtherance of a violent crimes against children case.” CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald reports they were serving the warrant as part of a child porn investigation. Nob Hill Road is closed in both directions from Northwest 44th Street to Oakland Park Boulevard.  Police are urging people to stay out of the area. A Miami Herald source says suspected gunman barricaded himself for several hours before he shot and killed himself. The FBI has confirmed the suspect is dead. Just before 10:30 a.m., a police motorcade escorted the fallen federal agents to the Medical Examiner’s Office.

 

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YES VOTERS IT’S CALLED A “SLUSH FUND”

SLUSH FUND SHALL WE

Mr. Gregory said, “If I had been appraiser when Les Cook wanted to go to Tyler Technologies for the Citrus County Property Appraiser’s office online presence I would have gone online to see what kind of reputation the company had. Well, I wasn’t the Property Appraiser and he didn’t, but as one of the employees who would be working with the new system I thought it important to investigate for myself what the new system would have in store for us.” And this is what he discovered: Nassau County, New York had been using Tyler Technologies for 5 years and the  Nassau County, New York had all kinds of problems with them, not the least of which, was the fact the company’s system had been taxing the buildings of county government for property taxes! Nassau County is located immediately east of New York City. The county, together with Suffolk County to its immediate east, are generally referred to as "Long Island". Two cities, three towns, 64 incorporated villages, and more than 60 unincorporated hamlets are located within the county. At the time Mr. Gregory did his investigation into Tyler Technologies, he said “this information was readily available, over the ensuing years Tyler Technologies had worked out it problems with Nassau County, New York and now has a 20 to 30 million dollar contract with the county for it’s online presence.” Gerry Mulligan Citrus County Chronicle Publisher Mr. Gregory also stated, “it’s not the end of the story and he had given this information directly to Gerry Mulligan 1500 MEADOWCREST COMPLEX CLICK TO ENLARGE:                         Mr. Gregory said, “If I had been appraiser when Les Cook wanted to go to Tyler Technologies for the Citrus County Property Appraiser's office online presence I would have gone online to see what kind of reputation the company had. Well, I wasn’t the Property Appraiser and he didn’t, but as one of the employees who would be working with the new system I thought it important to investigate for myself what the new system would have in store for us.” And this is what he discovered: Nassau County, New York had been using Tyler Technologies for 5 years and the  Nassau County, New York had all kinds of problems with them, not the least of which, was the fact the company’s system had been taxing the buildings of county government for property taxes! Nassau County is located immediately east of New York City. The county, together with Suffolk County to its immediate east, are generally referred to as "Long Island". Two cities, three towns, 64 incorporated villages, and more than 60 unincorporated hamlets are located within the county. At the time Mr. Gregory did his investigation into Tyler Technologies, he said “this information was readily available, over the ensuing years Tyler Technologies had worked out it problems with Nassau County, New York and now has a 20 to 30 million dollar contract with the county for it’s online presence.” Mr. Gregory also stated, “it’s not the end of the story and he had given this information directly to Gerry Mulligan who doesn’t want anything to do with it, least of all to publish it in the Chronicle. Les Cook did this after he had just won his own term, having fulfilled the remainder of Geoffrey Green’s term and he came to the Meadowcrest office in Crystal River, calling all the staff into the conference room and told them that he no longer wanted to use the “MARS” program that had been used since the Administration of Ron Schlutz. Gregory said, “Cook told everyone in the conference room he was tired of giving Schlutz’s relatives the license fee for the  program every year and that’s how the office got involved with Tyler Technologies.” Mr. Gregory went on to say the crux of the manner was the fact that the Meadowcrest building acquire in 2014 for 3.3 million dollars in 2019 the Property Appraiser’s Office had it valued at 2.5 million, loosing $800,00 in fair market value in the intervening years and was and is still being assessed for property taxes!” “Buildings owned by the County are not taxed by the County, any commercial businesses in the complex would pay Tangible Taxes to the County. So where is the money going starting with the $39,000.00 from the 2014 Tax Bill that the County paid to itself? Before the Complex was bought the Citrus County Board of County Commissioners and the owners of the property, GULF TO LAKES ASSOCIATES LTD were signing off on permit for a 1.5 million dollar remodel together. And Citrus County was left having to pay this bill, along with the 3.3 million purchase price. Mr. Gregory stated and further said, “When I met with Angela Vick, Citrus County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller, during my run against County Commissioner Ron Kitchen, Ms. Vick admitted the County was at wits end in trying to find a way to pay for all the manners related to Meadowcrest, then she said, Thank God, we finally figured out a way to pay for it.” Mr. Gregory stated, “According to the Florida Statute sited on the 2014 Citrus County Tax which the previous owner of the property received but had sold the property to Citrus County now between January 1 and November 1 of that year by a governmental unit exempt under this chapter for any means except condemnation for use exclusively for federal, state, county, or municipal purposes, the taxpayer shall be required to place in escrow with the county tax collector an amount equal to the current taxes prorated to the date of transfer of title, based upon the current assessment and millage rates, on the land involved. This fund shall be use to pay any ad valorem taxes due, and the remainder of taxes which would otherwise have been due for that current year shall stand canceled.” “The bottom line is Citrus County SHOULD NOT BE TAXING  it’s own buildings!” #TAMPABAY.COM #NYTIMES.COM #TWITTER.COM/NYDailyNews #tampabay.com #nytimes.com #twitter.com/NYDailyNews #CitrusCountySlushFund #DavidGregory #CitrusCountyChronicle #GerryMulliganPublisher #nydailynews.com #nypost.com #MoreLongIsland #SuffolkNassau #syracuse.com who doesn’t want anything to do with it, least of all to publish it in the Chronicle. After fulfilling the remainder of Geoffreys Greene’s term and winning an election with no opposition Les Cook came to the Meadowcrest office in Crystal River, calling all the staff into the conference room and told them that he no longer wanted to use the “MARS” program that had been used since the Administration of Ron Schlutz. Gregory said, “Cook told everyone in the conference room he was tired of giving Schlutz’s relatives the license fee for the  program every year and that’s how the office got involved with Tyler Technologies.” Mr. Gregory went on to say the crux of the mannerPERMIT FOR REMODEL 2011 DRAWN BY BOTH GULF TO LAKES ASSOCIATES LTD AND CITRUS COUNTY BOARD OF  COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1.5 MILLION CLICK TO ENLARGE:        Mr. Gregory said, “If I had been appraiser when Les Cook wanted to go to Tyler Technologies for the Citrus County Property Appraiser's office online presence I would have gone online to see what kind of reputation the company had. Well, I wasn’t the Property Appraiser and he didn’t, but as one of the employees who would be working with the new system I thought it important to investigate for myself what the new system would have in store for us.” And this is what he discovered: Nassau County, New York had been using Tyler Technologies for 5 years and the  Nassau County, New York had all kinds of problems with them, not the least of which, was the fact the company’s system had been taxing the buildings of county government for property taxes! Nassau County is located immediately east of New York City. The county, together with Suffolk County to its immediate east, are generally referred to as "Long Island". Two cities, three towns, 64 incorporated villages, and more than 60 unincorporated hamlets are located within the county. At the time Mr. Gregory did his investigation into Tyler Technologies, he said “this information was readily available, over the ensuing years Tyler Technologies had worked out it problems with Nassau County, New York and now has a 20 to 30 million dollar contract with the county for its online presence.” Mr. Gregory also stated, “it’s not the end of the story and he had given this information directly to Gerry Mulligan who doesn’t want anything to do with it, least of all to publish it in the Chronicle. Les Cook did this after he had just won his own term, having fulfilled the remainder of Geoffrey Green’s term and he came to the Meadowcrest office in Crystal River, calling all the staff into the conference room and told them that he no longer wanted to use the “MARS” program that had been used since the Administration of Ron Schlutz. Gregory said, “Cook told everyone in the conference room he was tired of giving Schlutz’s relatives the license fee for the  program every year and that’s how the office got involved with Tyler Technologies.” Mr. Gregory went on to say the crux of the manner was the fact that the Meadowcrest building acquire in 2014 for 3.3 million dollars in 2019 the Property Appraiser’s Office had it valued at 2.5 million, loosing $800,00 in fair market value in the intervening years and was and is still being assessed for property taxes!” “Buildings owned by the County are not taxed by the County, any commercial businesses in the complex would pay Tangible Taxes to the County. So where is the money going starting with the $39,000.00 from the 2014 Tax Bill that the County paid to itself? Before the Complex was bought the Citrus County Board of County Commissioners and the owners of the property, GULF TO LAKES ASSOCIATES LTD were signing off on permit for a 1.5 million dollar remodel together. And Citrus County was left having to pay this bill, along with the 3.3 million purchase price. Mr. Gregory stated and further said, “When I met with Angela Vick, Citrus County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller, during my run against County Commissioner Ron Kitchen, Ms. Vick admitted the County was at wits end in trying to find a way to pay for all the manners related to Meadowcrest, then she said, Thank God, we finally figured out a way to pay for it.” Mr. Gregory stated, “According to the Florida Statute sited on the 2014 Citrus County Tax which the previous owner of the property received but had sold the property to Citrus County now between January 1 and November 1 of that year by a governmental unit exempt under this chapter for any means except condemnation for use exclusively for federal, state, county, or municipal purposes, the taxpayer shall be required to place in escrow with the county tax collector an amount equal to the current taxes prorated to the date of transfer of title, based upon the current assessment and millage rates, on the land involved. This fund shall be use to pay any ad valorem taxes due, and the remainder of taxes which would otherwise have been due for that current year shall stand canceled.” “The bottom line is Citrus County SHOULD NOT BE TAXING it’s own buildings!” #TAMPABAY.COM #NYTIMES.COM #TWITTER.COM/NYDailyNews #tampabay.com #nytimes.com #twitter.com/NYDailyNews #CitrusCountySlushFund #DavidGregory #CitrusCountyChronicle #GerryMulliganPublisher #nydailynews.com #nypost.com #MoreLongIsland #SuffolkNassau #syracuse.com was the fact that the Meadowcrest Complex acquire in 2014 for 3.3 million dollars in 2019 the Property Appraiser’s Office had it valued at 2.5 million, loosing $800,00 in fair market value in the intervening years and was and is still being assessed for property taxes!” “Buildings owned by the County are not taxed by the County, any commercial businesses in the complex would pay Tangible Taxes to the County. So where is the money going starting with the $39,000.00 from the 2014 Tax Bill that the County paid to itself?

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ENDORSEMENT REBUTTAL as it appeared in Friday’s Chronicle

Graduating from Castleton University of Vermont in 1977, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and a minor in Education, I owned and operated an Amoco gas station and general store while I attended college and with an apartment over the store in Whiting VT, it was a perfect fit. Coming down to Citrus County Florida for a winter break I met my future wife, Corl, plans changed and I bought a home in 1978 and have been living in Citrus ever since. My father, Bernard Gregory, a retired Army Sergeant with 22 years in the military, having jumped with the 101st on D Day into Normandy, came to Citrus with my mother, Rita, after I had made Citrus our home. There are now 5 generations of our family who call Citrus home. #tampabay.com #nytimes.com #twitter.com/NYDailyNews #CitrusSlush #DavidGregory #CitrusCountyChronicle #GerryMulliganPublisher #nydailynews.com #nypost.com #MoreLongIsland #SuffolkNassau #syracuse.com

This clipping from the Citrus County Chronicle is Mr. Gregory’s Endorsement Rebuttal, reprinted below:

Graduating from Castleton University of Vermont in 1977, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and a minor in Education, I owned and operated an Amoco gas station and general store while I attended college and with an apartment over the store in Whiting VT, it was a perfect fit. Coming down to Citrus County Florida for a winter break I met my future wife, Corl, plans changed and I bought a home in 1978 and have been living in Citrus ever since. My father, Bernard Gregory, a retired Army Sergeant with 22 years in the military, having jumped with the 101st on D Day into Normandy, came to Citrus with my mother, Rita, after I had made Citrus our home. There are now 5 generations of our family who call Citrus home.

I have the unique experience of having worked with 4 different Property Appraiser Administrations with the Property Appraiser office. Starting with Ron Schlutz, Melanie Hensley, Geoffrey Greene and Les Cook, I’ve seen what works and what hasn’t over the 14 years with the office. It is my aim to put the best aspects of each administration into play and by keeping an open door policy with the public addressing their concerns when they should arise.

Before the years at the property appraiser office I ran my own business, Liberty Delivery, with 20 to 30 employees depending on the time of the year. We serviced all of Citrus County and had a contract with Citrus County that was renewed every year for 18 years! That was and is something unheard of today.

As I said to the Citrus County Building Alliance, being the only candidate that has been cross trained in all fields of the Property Appraiser office I offer the complete package for the future of the builders and others who will need that expertise as we transcend these difficult times that lay ahead. I was talking with my barber yesterday she bought a home in Walden Woods and I explained to her about having to buy the yearly stickers for the home, much like getting your vehicle registration renewed each year and because you do not own the land your home is on the land belonging to Walden Woods LLC and even with an amended Tangible Exemption of $25,000 that still left a Tangible tax bill for the owners of the park property of over $107,000 in 2019, subsequently the owners of the homes in the park and those who may be renting homes in the park will see a bill for their share in some form or manner.

Most of you have met people from different areas of business that can do the talk but can’t do the walk, I certainly have, in fact I’ve hired some during the years and having discovered their talk was the only thing they were good at! This is something you certainly don’t want in the property appraiser office. Not only can I do the talk I can do the walk because of being crossed trained in all departments of the property appraiser’s office I know where potential problems may arise before they ever appear.  Part two coming soon: CITRUS SLUSH

As another election will come and go I take a step back in time to March 2010, understanding that I have omitted specific names from the audio track to protect the innocent, looking back will help to understand the role of government responsibilities being aligned with Big Corporations whose only interest is to their stockholders and most certainly not the working class citizens of this county nor nation. Corporations can be INTERNATIONAL OWNED; therefore they are an existential threat to our very way of life and the representative Democracy that should reflect the will of the people and not the bottom line for the world wide stockholders. Yet 5 years before this incident Sheriff Dawsey failed to enter the home of a known pedophile who lived across the street from the home of Jessica Lunsford, in fact the Sheriff’s office was out there twice and even though the no knock warrant was clearly defined by the Attorney General at the time: “Knock and announce” exceptions Police officers may dispense with the requirement to “knock and announce” under Florida Statute 933.09 where their peril would be increased if they demand entrance and state the purpose, or where they have a justifiable belief that destruction of evidence is being attempted” the evidence in this particular instant was the body of Jessica Lunsford, who may have been recovered alive if the proper actions had been taken in the first place. This video is a look into the mirror; do you like what you see? Join me David Gregory, a working class man who is a Republican Candidate running for property appraiser in Citrus County, Florida, you will not find thousands of dollars in my campaign account, while the other candidates have tens of thousands of dollars in theirs, reaching to 100,000 plus dollars, who do you think these candidates, if elected will be beholding to? When laws are broken with no relief, the FBI has been known to follow the money trail, where do you think it will lead? But that is for a different day, you like me are in the working class, do you want someone to represent you in Citrus County or the multi-millionaires of these mega-corporations? I need you to share my posts, get the word out and through me take back our government, it will be the first step back to the way it use to be and should be. David Gregory

Citrus County Sheriff Jeff Dawsey and the Shock and Awe Team of 2010

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Article updated thanks to the commentary on the Ocala Post, greatly appreciated the much needed clarification.

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When there is money involved, such as bonuses from the Federal Government, Sheriff Jeff Dawsey’s office and DCF acted without paperwork to get my grandchildren and where there was no monetary incentive they failed to act in a timely manner that could have saved a life regardless of location of the nearby house that the pedophile was registered in, he was not there, but his sister house was a few doors away and that is where her body was found days later, buried alive in two trash bags in the back yard, all on the same street and it was where she was keep alive for days by Couey. There was enough probable cause to have entered that house, you had a missing girl and the sister’s house of that pedophile was visited twice and never entered but she had been kept in the back room according to the Sheriff’s report, therefore it was a complete dereliction of duty and Mrs. Dawn DeDeo-Langer comment above as the wife of one of Dawsey deputies Tim Mike Langer, who covered the eastside of the county and who is running for Mosquito Control Board of Citrus County speaks for itself! Citrus County Deputy Sheriff Cregg Dalton my opponent in the Primary worked for Sheriff’s Dawsey as a Detective! I am an honest working man who worked as a private contractor for 18 years with Citrus County and retired from the Property Appraiser Office after 14 years as a Field Appraiser and it has always disgusted me to see the two sets of treatment citizens receive, the rich and powerful, one way, the everyday man off the street another, it’s not right! And as to how this relates to my running for property appraiser rest assured my door will be opened to all and fairness and equal treatment for everybody will be more than a tag line. I would like to thank you for the opportunity for me to clarify the details and I will update the article with the video, again greatly appreciated!

The audio in the video has been silenced in specific sections to protect the innocent.

This video is a look into the mirror; do you like what you see? Join me David Gregory, a working class man who is a Republican Candidate running for property appraiser in Citrus County, Florida, you will not find thousands of dollars in my campaign account, while the other candidates have tens of thousands of dollars in theirs, reaching to 100,000 plus dollars, who do you think these candidates, if elected will be beholding to? When laws are broken with no relief, the FBI has been known to follow the money trail, where do you think it will lead? But that is for a another day, if you like me are in the working class, do you want someone to represent you in Citrus County or the multi-millionaires of these corporations? Please spread the word and share on Facebook and through me take back our government, it will be the first step back to the way it use to be and should be. David Gregory

MASSACRE in FROSTPROOF

Polk Cnty Sheriff Grady Judd

Three people have been arrested in connection with the shooting deaths of three Florida men who’d set out to go fishing — killings authorities say came shortly after the suspects encountered one of the victims at a store. Tony “TJ” Wiggins, 26, has been arrested on suspicion of shooting and killing the three men near a lake in the central Florida community of Frostproof on Friday night, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said. Wiggins’ girlfriend, Mary Whittemore, 27, and his brother, William “Robert” Wiggins, 21, have been arrested on charges of accessory after the fact of a capital felony. The arrests were announced five days after the killings of three friends — Damion Tillman, 23, Keven Springfield, 30, and Brandon Rollins, 27 — the latter of whom called his father and said “help” before his death, Judd said. Complete Update: Below News Conference

Sheriff Grady Judd Polk County Florida Complete Update

Personhood FL Endorses David Gregory Rep Candidate for Citrus County Property Appraiser

 

ENDORSEMENT FOR DAVID GREGORY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CITRUS COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER  

Mel Ponder PROLIFE PAC ENDORSES DAVID GREGORY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR CITRUS COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISERMr. Gregory First Position and I.D.  in Ron Schlutz Office

Mel Ponder and the Personhood FL Prolife PAC ENDORSES David Gregory Republican for Citrus County Property Appraiser.  Mr. Gregory a retired Field Appraiser from the Property Appraiser’s Office in 2017 and has been cross trained in all Departments making him the best qualified for the office.

THANK YOU Citrus County Building Alliance Stump Night

CITRUS COUNTY BUILDING ALLIANCE

I would like to thank the Citrus County Builder’s Alliance for our Stump Evening on Wednesday, July 16, 2020! Being the only Candidate that has been crossed trained in all fields of the Property Appraiser office I offer the complete package for the future oriented to the builders who will need that expertise as we transcend these difficult times that lay ahead. I was talking with my barber yesterday (Saturday) she bought a home in Walden Woods and I explained to her about having to buy the yearly stickers for the home, much like the getting your vehicle registration renewed each year and because you do not own the land your home is on the owners of the Walden Woods LLC have an amended Tangible Exemption of $25,000 that still left a Tangible tax bill for their (owners of the park) property of over $107,000 for 2019, subsequently the owners of the homes in the park and those who may be renting homes in the park will see a bill for their share in some form or manner.

Walden Woods LLC Tangible Taxes 2019

David Gregory

David Gregory Plaintiff vs Susan Gill Defendant Case #2020CA332 UPDATE July 18, 2020


Mr. Gregory had to respond to a Court Order as to why this case should not be dismissed and had 10 days to do it in, he did so, the Order was issued on July 6, 2020 and Mr. Gregory had his response submitted to the court on July 15, 2020. DOWNLOAD THE RESPONSE HERE, it will open in a new window and you can save it to your computer! There are two Sworn Affidavits DOWNLOAD 1 HERE, it will open in a new window and save to your computer. DOWNLOAD 2 HERE, and it will open in a new window and you cans save to your computer. For those who do not like to  download we’ve added the pages of the REPLY as IMAGES scroll down EyeOnCitrus.Com main page shows 3 columns of stories to open the individual story, click on the HEADLINE at the TOP of each column. Continue reading “David Gregory Plaintiff vs Susan Gill Defendant Case #2020CA332 UPDATE July 18, 2020”