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Re: Prove Your Theory Rather Than Einsteins

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Posted by David W. Anderson on January 21, 2000 02:53:22 UTC

TJ: WHATS REQUIRED HERE IS YOUR POINT OF VIEW AND NOBODY ELSE. : THIS SPECIFICALLY FOR MATHMANS,ZEPHRANE COCHRANE,YELMALIOS,ZEONS Etc :

Wayne: TJ, I can understand your position, but a theory is by definition unproven. That is why its called a theory. E=mc2 for example could be described as a LAW rather than a theory. We have the nuclear devices that pretty much prove it. I have VERY strong differences of opinion with some of the people you list, but I can not prove my theory any more than they can. Relativity is a theory, but certain parts of it are very strong. That is why it has held up so well to so much experiment and math. Black holes are a prediction that springs from the CURRENT UNDERSTANDING of the theory. Zephrem and many others think warping spacetime will prove true and confirm the existance of singularities. I believe they are wrong and that space and light should be considered mathematically one and the same. This, along with a quantum theory for gravity will spell the end of one theory or the other. But that's just my theory. Keep searching for the TRUTH.

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