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(Some Guy)   With a pic that makes you wonder what are his evil intentions, and no financial support from any institution or government, a scientist redoes Albert Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity   (twocircles.net) divider line 56
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2012-07-27 03:23:01 AM  
starsrift: ...Or, wait. Since apparently everyone with a professional interest in the subject is reading it, maybe we should see it denounced by someone other than a guy who "really [has] no idea what he's trying to do".

Professor Science: Fine. The author, to use the most charitable description possible, is tragically confused...

Jefferson Biatchmagnet: The reason DeltaPunch (and I) "have no idea" what Mr. Mohammed Javed Khilji is trying to do in the paper is that he is not laying things out properly and being rather vague. More to the point, I believe that Mr. Khilji is a charlatan and/or a crank and he is being deliberately obfuscatory. The paper likely has no results, no real scientific merit. The nature of the mistake outlined by DeltaPunch is the kind of thing that would have been discovered by thousands of physics majors every year, were it legit...


Okay, fair enough.
 
2012-07-27 05:29:36 AM  
I was unable to RTFA without an Indian accent

/couldnt finish it, urge to hang up overwhelming
 
2012-07-27 07:50:55 AM  

DssDevl: How did Shelton and Raj have a child together?


It's very simple, really..

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2012-07-27 10:13:45 AM  

starsrift: Oh, okay then. I trust you, you sound totally legit.


I don't mean "I have no idea" as in the mathematics are too challenging, I mean "I have no idea" as in the sense that this guy makes the Time Cube seem deep and credible. The guy is literally spewing garbage (did you not see read any of it above?!?) I challenge you to expound on any of the concepts he discusses -- and don't worry, the math should be simple enough even for the likes of you.

starsrift: .Or, wait. Since apparently everyone with a professional interest in the subject is reading it, maybe we should see it denounced by someone other than a guy who "really [has] no idea what he's trying to do".


So exactly ONE professor of mathematics endorses it, and that means EVERYONE is reading it? That's some sound logic there, Lou. Let's do a Google search on your famous Prof. Zafar Ahsan of Aligarh Muslim University... oh look, he wrote an article called The Quran and Motions of the Sun and Moon, which appears to be a bunch of New Age Islam science garbage heavily criticized buy others. Swing and a miss with your key expert there, Lou.

starsrift: more believable than infinite mass at rest.


Oh I get it now. You're simply an idiot. Apologies, I thought I was having a discussion with someone who understood physics from a hole in his ass.
 
2012-07-27 10:20:29 AM  

starsrift: Okay, fair enough.


Fair enough. indeed. I should have read more of the thread before replying to you. I even may not have called you an idiot.
 
2012-07-27 01:50:53 PM  
Sheldon, DeltaPunch, DeltaPunch

*Snerk*
 
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