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Posted by Alan on September 18, 2001 22:26:03 UTC

Are we a little out of our leaugue? Yes and No.
As in fishing, sometimes the amateur angler catches the big fish; so to in physics and philosophy.

Given the territory physics has now ventured into, and the drive for underlying simplicity; I think that the 'game' of physics is becoming more accessible to those who seek to clarify exactly the issues.

The proof of the pudding is in the eating; passing
(or if necessary making changes that pass) the most severe criticism obtainable in discussion forums would be a good start down the road of error elimination in one's theories. Why not put up your space-time conjecture for the physicists here to challenge? A little fine-tuning might turn ones's model-T Ford into a Ferrari!

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