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Re: Where Do We See Science?

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Posted by John Reyes on January 25, 2001 07:14:30 UTC

So you know for sure that gravitational waves are emitted when one walks but accuse me of not understanding how little money scientists earn or how late they work or that I do not understand the scale of the phenomena without even asking or giving me the chance to say more than you will ever know .

I have yet not mentioned much of my alternative views yet all of you have been quick to defend your beliefs and make assumptions of what I think and what I do not consider and now accuse me that I know not the subject of what I am talking about , why because you have yet not seen a single calculation you then assume I know nothing , what makes you think that I need calculations to throw doubt upon a force that is ellusive , why should I care that scientists work late , they choose to chase an ellusive force that would bring them fame and fortune should they find it .

All what I have heard from you is what science has taught you and all that science has spoken lacks proof , I question the existence of gravity and with this I have been testing the waters , so far I am not impressed but seen as were are on the blackhole site then I shall start a new thread .

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