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Posted by Bruce on July 31, 2003 19:52:59 UTC

He constantly maintains that folks who disagree with his 'idea' are mathematically illiterate and therefore can't understand his argument. Its hard to believe he has a PHD in physics. He doesn't even understand something as simple as how time can be modeled in a theoretical model [anyway the author chooses]. He thinks Einstein made a sophmore mistake the way he models time in relativity theory. The test for 'right or wrong' is 'whether or not' the theoretical model works. Maybe delusional isn't the right term? I picked delusional because, like all cranks, he chooses to ignore any evidence which would falsify his model.

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