posted on Jan, 28 2012 @ 12:33 PM
Originally posted by snowcrash911
Yes. You're like a broken record though on this issue. It's fatiguing. I heard you and acknowledge your point.
I didn't know the United States was exempt, unless it's part of European culture.
You need to exercise those brain muscles more so you can figure out the obvious.
I wasn't aware that you were the only person I was communicating with on the site. And there does seem to be people who do not regard it as
important. And of course you have the option of ignoring all my posts. I assure you I will not mind. In fact I won't even notice.
The United States is the result of an invasion by Europeans. It is part of European culture. Nationalism is totally irrelevant to physics.
Before 9/11 I would have regarded the physics of skyscrapers as beneath the notice of physicists. The Empire State Building is 80 years old and was
completed before the discovery of the neutron. It was designed without the use of electronic computers.
The Physics Profession has allowed 9/11 to become the greatest scientific farce in history.
Far worse than the Piltdown Man incident.
Newtonian Physics should be taught in grade school. I was building and launching model rockets then though it had nothing to do with my school. The
nuns could not teach math worth a damn and never taught science at all. It is taught in SOME grade schools.
Running a body of knowledge on lies does not seem unusual for European culture though. How can the entire Economics Profession forget
about the depreciation of all of the cars that are not capital goods world wide and then pretend they are talking about how the economy works?
There were 200,000,000 cars in the US alone in 1995. At $1,500 per car per year that is $300,000,000,000 in depreciation PER YEAR. That is far
more than the cost of the World Trade Center. 9/11 is unimportant by comparison.