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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 24, 2002 02:51:52 UTC

I used my word processor to reconfigure the text to upper and lower case, and it helped.

Judging from the comments it would appear that great minds do not always select the best word processors.

The author seems to have a vendetta against Newton and Einstein. The arguments are difficult to follow and I believe they have some flaws but so did Einstein’s papers, so that parts is even.

The interesting thing about the article is that the author states that ..(“The Idea of Einsteinn Is Another Classis Example of Default Theory on Wrong Assumption but Accurate Enough to Predict Experimental Results.”)

Which seems to say Einstein’s assumptions were wrong but they predicted accurate results.

I think the authors’ emotional needs are overshadowing the desire for logic.

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