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it hasnt been proved he was wrong!you need proof!the trouble here is this:tool!or the lack of tool!to mesure something say the size of a train you need bigger tool!when you reach the infinitly small you will need a lot of tool!cause the first tool mesure the second smaller tool and so forth!and this cause one issue!i call it the phone game dilema!you probably recall it!you say something to one of your budy, it gets repeated till the last!what did you get at the end!nothing much of what was said in the beginning !why cause each interpreted and also you had trickster in the line!i bet what happen in reality for us ;also happen in the infinitly small!since we havent found a way to get rid of the inconsistancy (without menacing to kill them)i doubt they can find the truth here either!
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it hasnt been proved he was wrong!you need proof!the trouble here is this:tool!or the lack of tool!to mesure something say the size of a train you need bigger tool!when you reach the infinitly small you will need a lot of tool!cause the first tool mesure the second smaller tool and so forth!and this cause one issue!i call it the phone game dilema!you probably recall it!you say something to one of your budy, it gets repeated till the last!what did you get at the end!nothing much of what was said in the beginning !why cause each interpreted and also you had trickster in the line!i bet what happen in reality for us ;also happen in the infinitly small!since we havent found a way to get rid of the inconsistancy (without menacing to kill them)i doubt they can find the truth here either!

Why do you even bother posting?
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i still think this cannot be accuratly tested today!so is he wrong is he right?we ll probably know in the futur i suspect but not for at least 20 years!cause they should have the proper tool then!
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^I agree, a someone with a PhD is only really truly versed in what they did their dissertation on.
personally I'm studying Maths, so I can just forget about reality and learn about stupidly esoteric stuff. biggrin.gif

Math is some great stuff! You'd be surprised at how even the purest of mathematics crops up in physics. If you were coming from a mathematical point of view the only thing you'd need to understand general relativity is differential geometry. Toss in some gauge theory and field theory and you're pretty much good to go!
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some people think that he copied Henri Poincare's work on relativity since Poincare published it 3 months before Einstein. also, lorentz gave a lot of insight into it before both of them and poincare based a lot of his work on lorentz's work. it doesn't mean that a copied it though, since the approach that the papers took were different
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Sounds difficult. tongue.gif

I also love the way non-Europeans say 'Math' instead of Maths biggrin.gif It would be like me saying I study Physic instead of Physics. biggrin.gif
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This reminds me of how tidal waves work, it's amazing what knowledge is hidden right before your eyes.
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Sounds difficult. tongue.gif
I also love the way non-Europeans say 'Math' instead of Maths biggrin.gif It would be like me saying I study Physic instead of Physics. biggrin.gif

Maths is probably more accurate because it would be short for mathematics - not mathematic thumb.gif .
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This reminds me of how tidal waves work, it's amazing what knowledge is hidden right before your eyes.

Exact same thing. It really is amazing how many things in the world follow wave mechanics. The same is true about harmonic oscillators!
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I don't believe in what the US government is saying, I think it's just to scare the other nations, especially Russia.
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