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« Reply #50 on: 13/12/2009 14:46:01 »
Do you know what the equivalence principle is? Do you know the history of testing this principle again and again and again since the 1700s?
 

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« Reply #51 on: 13/12/2009 15:19:31 »
Point first?
 

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« Reply #52 on: 13/12/2009 15:40:22 »
I guess the answer to those questions is an unsurprising, "No."

Despite making claims about the science of gravity, you haven't bothered to learn the basics of research in the field. This promotes your gross misunderstanding of papers in the field to the point where a standard route of investigation into gravitational properties is perceived by you as some novel experiment looking for antigravity.
 

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« Reply #53 on: 13/12/2009 16:44:31 »
Give me some credit. I write about relativity all the time. I know what the equivalence principle is, and in much respects, i won't continue these silly-debates until you explain your attitude with me. Until then, i will not understand the point of your question.
 

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« Reply #54 on: 13/12/2009 16:46:19 »
In fact - i've been more compliant towards your questions. I think a little back is due, no?
 

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« Reply #55 on: 13/12/2009 16:47:13 »
In fact - you never answered any of my questions concerning the posts before... I am beginning to see no reason in communicating with you in this thread at all... prove me wrong?
 

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« Reply #56 on: 13/12/2009 17:47:52 »
All I want to knwo is what your "repulsive principle" is. When I asked for details, you made the claim that any force that is repulsive is an antigravitational force. Given the recent evidence from cosmology, this not only includes electromagnetism, it includes gravity too!

But that can't be all that there is to your proposal, because now you seem to be claiming that antimatter, despite being seemingly no different from ordinary matter except for charge, actually acts against gravity. Or perhaps you are arguing that antimatter is not opposite charge, it is acually opposite gravity.

I simply do not know what your principle is and when I ask you to rephrase whatever your principle is, you refuse. Given your poor spelling and grammar, it is difficult for me to understand the meaning of your long oridinal post, so I would really like to see it in more direct language than already given.
 

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« Reply #57 on: 14/12/2009 16:28:46 »
Read the OP - If you want to know what the theory is. I cannot explain it any more simpler.
 

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« Reply #58 on: 14/12/2009 16:29:50 »
All I want to knwo is what your "repulsive principle" is. When I asked for details, you made the claim that any force that is repulsive is an antigravitational force. Given the recent evidence from cosmology, this not only includes electromagnetism, it includes gravity too!

But that can't be all that there is to your proposal, because now you seem to be claiming that antimatter, despite being seemingly no different from ordinary matter except for charge, actually acts against gravity. Or perhaps you are arguing that antimatter is not opposite charge, it is acually opposite gravity.

I simply do not know what your principle is and when I ask you to rephrase whatever your principle is, you refuse. Given your poor spelling and grammar, it is difficult for me to understand the meaning of your long oridinal post, so I would really like to see it in more direct language than already given.

The irony.
 

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« Reply #59 on: 15/12/2009 13:18:33 »
Dude, if you can't rewrite it to be clearer, the problem is not with me.
 

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« Reply #60 on: 16/12/2009 09:26:59 »
You're not good with the come-back retorts are you? - If you don't understand physics terminology, that is not my fault either.
 

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« Reply #61 on: 16/12/2009 15:25:55 »
Dude, I have successfully defended a doctoral dissertation on contemporary cosmology. If I can't understand your use of terms, it is not my fault. Its up to you to decide what you are trying to do with this repulsive principle. As far as I can tell, you really aren't trying to communicate anything.
 

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