Professor Johan Prins is a serious physicist who is as angry as hell. Shortly before retiring as a world authority on ion implantation into diamond, he discovered an unexpected electrical phenomenon while extracting electrons from diamond. Further experimentation led to the conclusion that this behaviour can only be interpreted as superconduction at room temperature.
The latter follows logically from the accepted laws of Solid State Physics: However, this same phenomenon cannot be modelled in terms of the mainstream theories and paradigms which are in vogue to "explain" other superconducting phases: Theories for which Nobel prizes have been awarded (like the venerated BCS-model).
When Johan tried to engage the physics community by submitting manuscripts for publication, the "experts" on superconduction refused point blank to consider any new phenomenon related to their field unless it conformed to their dogma. This happened, and is still happening, in spite of the fact that Johan is an internationally renowned physicist with a distinguished citation index.