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Posted by Nicholas on November 11, 2002 22:33:51 UTC

...that you've neatly dodged giving any specific answers. You only say vague things like "Second-Order thermodynamics transfer lags" and "Aether-Line-Of-Force to ALOF". Surely you can't describe such a far-reaching theory so glibly. Do three things for me, if you wish to convince me:

1) Explain your predictions in terms of simple language that those of us well-versed in "mathbabble", as you put it, will understand.

2) Predict for me what the Pioneer anomolous acceleration will be 10 years from now. If your theory is complete, you should be able to make this prediction.

3) They say they have detected similar accelerations in various other satellites, but they aren't very precise as of yet. Once the detections become more concrete (smaller error bars), predict for me what their accelerations will be. In other words, how does it depend on the properties of the satellite (mass, area)? This is what Einstein did for the precession of mercury and the bending of light around the sun. Surely your theories can be just as precise.

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