I am going to quote what I wrote in another of your claims, which was ignored in that thread also. Ignored because you know you cannot produce what I
am asking for, and as such makes your theories, and those of the EU, unable to be quantitatively verified or falsified.
You know this to be true.
This is why you have been banned form every other Physics forum on the internet, and are reduced to posting them here, which is the only place where
people will even remotely entertain such ideas without demanding the math behind it all.
Crackpot does indeed sum up your attempts at "shouting from the rooftops" that not only are all physicists who refute your claims are wrong (great
way to make friends in the community BTW), but that all the math that works, and is beautifully simple, are wrong.
And as to the simulation of the planetary computer model, I could make a model just like that, and guess what, in my model, with my choices of the
input, would work just fine. I guarantee it.
And here is the post that was ignored in the other of your ranting threads.
I felt the need to step in here again.
I applaud that you are questioning science and physics. I wish more people around the world took as much interest in learning what is going on around
them.
That being said; You are not the first person to try and "bring down Einsteinian Physics", nor will you be the last. Many in the past have tried,
and the thing that they lacked, and until now I see you lacking, is the mathematics behind all of this.
Theories are theories because the math behind it can back it up. You cannot prove or disprove any theory of everything without having the mathematics
that prove it.
Where is the mathematics to prove your statements to be true? Einstein's mathematics and theories fit our mathematics almost perfectly. Almost as if
Mathematics was somehow Omniscient and All Knowing as to how the world works, and can predict how things will work, even before we know about those
things!
Mathematics is the key to holding together physics. Without the mathematics, you can conjecture and "what if" to your hearts content. But in the
end, there is just no way of testing or quantifying this new theory without the math behind it all.
Until you can produce the math to support all of these theories and systems, I will continue to trust the mathematically sound and proven theories
behind Einstein.
Also, just because we can not yet detect some of the things that Einsteins theory, and moreover the math which predicts it, does not mean it is not
there. It simply means we cannot detect it, yet. Remember that lensing was confirmed after it was predicted, because the math was there. There were
numerous things that were predicted in mathematics that in the past we were simply not able to detect.
The scientist William Gilbert proposed, in his De Magnete (1600), that electricity and magnetism, while both capable of causing attraction and
repulsion of objects, were distinct effects.
He certainly had no way of truly testing all of this though, to him it didn't exist. We certainly can detect it now however.
It is a true fact that as long as your theories are not properly formulated into the language of mathematics, it is impossible to determine its
validity.
Einstein's theories are based in the language of mathematics. Einstein spent years doing so, and working with some of the top mathematicians of the
day. Until you do the same with these theories, and their originations, I am unable to back any of it.
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