Originally Posted by DuckieHo
A cesium atom is a cesium by definition..... it is what is it because it is.
You do realize that science is based upon axioms and laws as well?
You may not understand something... but that does not mean it is wrong.
i must admit that I actually laughed out loud when I read this. I am glad that you cleared that up. I guess I can go sell a box of rocks to the local university and just say"heres a couple pounds of Caesium dudes- CHEAP!" and they will pay me right? In actuality they are going to measure this- using Specific Gravity and Mass. Both of these methods require using the Speed of Light, the Meter, and The Second. AND, this supposedly bedrock measurement of the "Second" is stated as being "counted in a vacuum", which these same scientists admit is an impossible condition.
I really do LOVE the "is because it is" line. Here is another one for you:
Question: What is Light?
Answer: It is the absence of Darkness.
OK- another Question: What is Darkness?
Answer: It is the absence of Light.
Ok- what is Light?
Both of these statements are true, but yet they both prove nothing. This is called "Circular Reasoning", similar to saying something "is because it is". Your statement is true, yet it proves abslutley nothing.