posted on Jul, 3 2012 @ 01:02 AM
reply to post by 74Templar
I can appreciate your candor on this subject but let me reassure you. The topic is probably the most difficult anywhere and I am at as much of a loss
as to the inner workings of all the formulas as you are.
I could just thread my concept and we could debate a different subject matter, it doesn't really matter to me either.
I will leave the decision up to you or The Vagabond on it as I am flexible either way. Maybe I shouldn't dive into something so deep on my first
but in all honesty I do believe science is wrong on FTL capability.
While Einstein has formulas backing it all up, he went to his deathbed searching for the theory of everything because he knew there was more and the
quantum mechanic proponents shunned him for it thinking he had said all there was to know already.... there is jealousy and an ego thing at work when
others see it as top dog prestige much like the fastest gun in the west was always being challenged. I believe what Einstein was looking for, the
theory of everything, was something he couldn't find because he could never quantify it, namely inspiration.
That effect one object has on another that in turn affects another that in turn affects another. It is impossible to predict just like what we can
inspire in others who can in turn inspire us again. I wasn't setting out to vilify Einstein but to vindicate him.
At any rate, pick your poison and i'm game
I'll take either side of a subject
Your call or flip a coin or do a random, however you want to decide it is fine by me.
Sorry for the difficulty but at the time I wasn't considering just how in depth the debate could get with such deep and complex a subject matter. It
literally is a subject that careers are made of. ... or broken by