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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 1, 2003 01:55:52 UTC

I can tell you what is wrong with Staffords theory- nothing. He assumes certain symmetries, uses the equivalent of sampling theory and derives some of the laws of physics, just like many others have done. His math is correct. Nothing wrong with the theory. All this has been discussed in great detail on this forum.
However, his claims on the basis of the theory are incorrect, in my opinion. He claims that I just do not get it. That is his opinion.

Richard

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