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Posted by Bruce on August 14, 2002 22:24:31 UTC

I did misunderstand. I checked. Good, because his model isn't isomorphic with relativity. This is why I asked him to make a prediction using his model wrt some phenomena predicted by GR soon to be tested. You've made some pertinent comments concerning the domain of physics, such as its about models which work and not about absolute truths. Stafford seems to use 'I'm your intellectual superior' as a defense mechanism (as evidenced by the posts he makes to me). When I first posted in this forum Stafford posted a list of all the forum participants and passed judgement on each (does anybody else remember this?). He's deluded himself into thinking that he is so smart nobody else can understand him. Its about him being smarter than everybody else, including Einstein, not about physics or anything else. Good luck.
ps-Its interesting that you say you disagreed with relativity prior to making an effort to familiarize yourself with what Einstein proposed. This is typical but rare when someone changes his mind.

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