• Einstein and the ramblings of a country doctor

    From Python@21:1/5 to All on Sun Apr 30 23:07:12 2023
    Einstein and the ramblings of a country doctor

    2013 - In French. I'm considering translating it.

    https://www.academia.edu/101019697/Einstein_et_les_divagations_dun_m%C3%A9decin_de_campagne

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  • From Richard Hachel@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 1 00:37:40 2023
    Le 30/04/2023 à 23:07, Python a écrit :

    Einstein and the ramblings of a country doctor

    2013 - In French. I'm considering translating it.


    https://www.academia.edu/101019697/Einstein_et_les_divagations_dun_m%C3%A9decin_de_campagne

    Some interesting bits, but the whole thing is too much based on personal
    hate and manipulation of words to be a "great book for the defense of
    truth in physics".

    R.H.

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  • From Python@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 1 02:40:04 2023
    Le 01/05/2023 à 02:37, Richard Hachel a écrit :
    Le 30/04/2023 à 23:07, Python a écrit :

    Einstein and the ramblings of a country doctor

    2013 - In French. I'm considering translating it.


    https://www.academia.edu/101019697/Einstein_et_les_divagations_dun_m%C3%A9decin_de_campagne

    Some interesting bits, but the whole thing is too much based on personal
    hate and manipulation of words to be a "great book for the defense of
    truth in physics".

    It's not a book, it's an 8 pages article. Soon to be expand or
    translated.

    Of course it is defending what I like, truth and physics and
    attacking what I hate : lies and fatuity.

    What is wrong about that?

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  • From Richard Hachel@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 1 00:49:58 2023
    Le 01/05/2023 à 02:40, Python a écrit :
    Le 01/05/2023 à 02:37, Richard Hachel a écrit :
    Le 30/04/2023 à 23:07, Python a écrit :

    Einstein and the ramblings of a country doctor

    Of course it is defending what I like, truth and physics and
    attacking what I hate : lies and fatuity.

    What is wrong about that?

    No, no, you're not defending the truth.

    Never.

    Your goal is not there, but to choose various "easy" or "protesting"
    victims to practice your art of toxic manipulation: an art in which you
    excel and in which everyone knows you in France
    (Jacques Lavau's file on your pathology has been published).

    No, no, laugh out loud, you never defend physics and truth. Your goal is obviously not there.

    Never.

    That's the pretext

    R.H.

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