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Posted by Gary Conner on May 8, 2004 08:52:22 UTC

thanks wanda. give link. never too old to learn. torn between the two schools. i have a hard time with dark matter. is just too convenient. i also have a hard time with symmetry. it is too pretty. i like lorentzian relativity.. even thought it creates more problems than it solves. but general relativity makes predictions that just do not not fit with quantum theory. one or the other must be fatally flawed. that bothers me. i think cahill is a bunch of bunk... his concepts of self referential organization infer a much faster rate of stellar evolution than what is observed.

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