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Luis, As Always You Are Incorrect.

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Posted by Alexander on December 19, 2001 23:32:03 UTC

You can not solve simple relativity problem (find the velocity of a spaceship after 1 year of sustained acceleration a=9.8 m/s^2). I can.

You could not solve even 50% of soviet 7-th grade physics problems, not to say about high school physics. I bet, soviet (or european, or even asian) high school problems will make permanent damage to your small brain.

If THIS is called "understanding relativity", then MY understanding of relativity should logically be labeled "understanding relativity WAY BETTER".

If you think that most people here understands relativity "quite well", let them solve this simple SR problem. I bet, only Bruce and Richard here may solve it. (May be).

Luis, just acknowledge that due to lack of education you do not understand physics. But you like dreaming about time travel while revinding VCR and seeing people walking backward, or you like dreaming about FTL and space warps after each "Star Trek" show (still without any idea how physics works in reality).

Dreaming is fine but claiming that you understand basic physics (not to say about relativity) is incorrect, if you can not even solve 7-th grade problem.

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