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These websites present independent thinking on physics theories.  A few things to be found on a couple are still "in the rough," often for simple lack of polish in the presentation and write-up.  I think none are flat out wrong, and all are at least as stimulating as the fashions currently endorsed by typical mainline establishment insiders.

http://www.ensmp.fr/aflb/AFLB-Web/en-annales-index.htm
http://www.galileonelectrodynamics.com
http://www.physicsessays.com
http://pages.sbcglobal.net/louis.savain/Crackpots/notorious.htm
http://www.wbabin.net
http://www.smul1.newmail.ru
http://www.cartan.pair.com

All lawyers know, and bad ones make extensive use of, the old adage: "if you can't win an argument, attack its proponent."   Comments to the effect that so-and-so is a crank, or "nobody believes ...," etc., unaccompanied by viable supporting arguments posted where the victim can respond, are ethically reprehensible.  Not to mention, egregiously unscientific.  The real issue is never what any particular person "thinks," but rather which "thoughts" are logical syllogisms or well grounded in empirical evidence.

Einstein gets the last word: "To be a faultless member of the flock, first, one must be a sheep."
 

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