Yes - and I will even name a few:Any of the professors here?
Arnold even wrote an insights paper on it clearly detailing just what going on:
They do? I mean they actually say they exist 100% for sure and make no mistake about it? If so it should be in the textbooks they write. Ok let's go to the big one - Weinberg's textbooks - The Quantum Theory Of Fields. Exactly where does he say that in there?What about top professionals, outside the forum who make a living on the subject, who testify to their existence? I have met more scientists who appreciate their existence, than not.
Physicists are just normal people who will often converse in technical lingo and heuristics. But as for writing textbooks or properly peer reviewed papers they are usually - not always - the peer review process is not 100% effective - but most of the time - a lot more careful
And me too - but probably not the same as what it tells you.That says something to me.