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Posted by Alan on July 28, 2002 01:55:52 UTC

To Bruce:

You wrote: "When you say Einstein made an error wrt to the parameters of his model then you must show how it doesn't do what he intended it to do. This means provide an experimental result which conflicts with a prediction of the model. Any high school physics student should know this, so what is your problem?"

I am not aware of what Einstein's alleged error is.

My guess is that his alleged error is to have "supposedly found a law of nature that constrained nature MORE than the laws of definition itself". However; since Einstein probably did not concern himself much with the laws of definition itself; his "error" may be just that he was lacking awareness as to the real meaning and wider context of his work.

Please read my topic adressed to Yanniru above. Do you understand the situation re: fermions and bosons? Please try.

I am not a crank: I invite the toughest criticism and I do not dodge it. Try me. Dr. Dick appears to be right, about the laws of physics NOT CONSTRAINING THE DATA, BUT DEFINING IT.

Regards,

Alan

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