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Yanniru Should Apologize

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 28, 2003 16:56:01 UTC

Yanniru writes:
"Here is the contradiction:
1. but it in no way changes the fact that the acceleration due to gravity is an acceleration of the volumes occupied by the respective masses
2. If you were correct, then what is being accelerated is a volume related to the distance between the masses. So the further the masses are apart, the larger the volume being accelerated." Reply: This is true.
That is you seem to agree with me that the volume you claim is accelerated has nothing to do with the volume of the masses.
Go back and modify your hypothesis until it stands up to criticism. Then publish it."

Yanniru, being spiritually minded is wonderful, but it seems to me that theology makes hypocrites of many otherwise fine minds.
Your infuriating tendency to frame almost
every question as if you are the authority and think you are the final judge, like the medieval church, probably stems from your theological confusion. I would say "get a life" but I don't
think you lack anything. Maybe you just have too much theology mixed in with your science.

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