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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 19, 1999 17:26:53 UTC
: : : : : : Stephen Hawkins is perhaps a superb mathematician, but : : : : : : never a genius!
: : : This is a contradiction.
: : No, it's not! :
: : Yes, it is. No one is a superb mathematician without some level of genius.
: : : : : He can discard whatever he wants! But it's idiotic to calculate something that is incalculable (time travel, black holes). And then he said he found the solutions for big problems...pfffffff.... : : : : PS: He believes in god and the big bang? He is more idiotic than I thought!
: : : : : : It is wiser to understand a concept before arguing against its proponents. Jealousy is not a good reason for doing the later.
: : Yeah, you are absolutely right!
: Yep. So as soon as you can calculate time travel from black holes I'll listen to your argument that it was impossible. I'll give you a big hint. Use a black hole space-time geometry (doesn't matter which kind) and use the time component of the geodesic equation.
Beelzebub: The problem is, that all what we know about black holes are vague theories! When you begin to calculate with that, then you have many unknowns...I have "seen" what Stephen has done with them: He replaced all unknowns by "good-natured" values. All these values are pure speculations, the result is less than speculation...it's nothing! I bet, he did the same with the "time-travel" With that kind of calculation you can proof all, even the travel to OZ!
(Additional: A time-travel is absolutely illogical)
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