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Posted by Keith N. Tullis on May 28, 2004 23:41:19 UTC

your right. most of what you responded to makes little sense to anyone who has not majored in physics. Like myself. I don't do equations and from what I've read in these threads I don't think you'll find very many here that can either. In a forum like this he needs to simplfy things for the masses. Don't be fooled by those who can hide inadiquit abilitys in seemingly complcated equations. If it doesn't make any sense, be skepticle.
My advice is you need to move on in your quests. Read some Hawking, Rees or perhaps Brian Green. you mjght even begin your search with Newton. I know it sounds boring but the better grasp you have on the roots of physics the easier it will be for you to develop the conceptual abilitys necessary to answer your own questions.
Good Luck!!
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