posted on Sep, 27 2012 @ 11:43 PM
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
In one place you suggest that science can overcome known limitations of the theories of physics...
I never said that (whatever it means). I said that
science, by its very nature, discovers new truths every day
Old theories can be overthrown, or superseded by new ones which encompass the old (as relativity encompasses Newtonian mechanics). Only a fool would
deny that. But to talk about 'the known limitations' of a theory is mere gibberish. A theory with known limitations is not a theory; it is a failed
...yet you seem to adhere to the notion that these "laws" cannot be changed, expanded on or re-written.
No again. I said that
perpetual-motion machines and over-unity devices are impossible
That is a specific statement about perpetual-motion machines, not a general comment about the laws of nature.
Your pathetic attempt to put words in my mouth is an abject failure, just like the rest of your argument. As for this:
Grandma, this is how you suck an egg
Let me tell you what Sir Arthur Eddington didn't understand about the Laws of Physics...
I think we have reached the end of our conversation.