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His problem is that he wants his idea to be correct, not get the physics correct.
Quote from: PmbPhy on 23/02/2015 15:28:25His problem is that he wants his idea to be correct, not get the physics correct.Ah, so there is an agenda, I just couldn't put my finger on it.He calls it a maths problem, but to me it seems like bad methodology.I'll put the beer on ice.
Colin - You never answered me. I sent you a PM asking you a question. What is your response?
Colin2B + PmbPhy,It's a hobby...It's a math problem...even if I'm wrong, it's fun to me...stop being so offensive and judgmental! You're both acting like a couple drama queens on here.
Posts #48-#49. And don't bother "explaining", not interested.
In the 'New Theories' section of "Got a new theory on something? Post your hypotheses here..."This is where you choose defend the pillars of science? Your actions do nothing but make people afraid to freely discuss their ideas on this forum. Great job Ace!
Here is my new theory which shows that relativity is wrong. If it's wrong then keep it to yourself because I don't care. If what I'm writing is confusing then please don't ask me to clarify. etc.
Quote from: Waste of Time on 24/02/2015 02:57:28Posts #48-#49. And don't bother "explaining", not interested.I suggest that if you're "not interested" then we'll have to assume that you're also unprepared to learn or share with us. If such is the case, I suggest we all ignore you as well!