• Re: Paul Andersen Admits Defeat and Runs Away Crying.

    From Python@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 1 01:34:07 2023
    Le 01/05/2023 à 01:30, Jane a écrit :
    Paul cannot believe he was stupid enough too think he could change the
    number of wavelengths in the beam of an interferometer simply by viewing
    it in a different frame. Paul thought he had magical powers. Now that he
    that knows he hasn't, he is too embarrassed to show his face.
    He also has to accept that all his claimed refutations of Newton are
    wrong.
    see: Baby steps and special relativity.

    Well, seriously (the pun on Androcles is telling...) you are not
    serious, right? You're a kind of joker, maybe a student who was
    asked to act like a troll on a given place or something.

    You did your work brilliantly, digging in archives to bring back
    "Androcles" aka John P. was too much, and doing a parody of it
    make it completely non-realistic. You've been caught!

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  • From Jane@21:1/5 to Python on Mon May 1 00:09:37 2023
    On Mon, 01 May 2023 01:34:07 +0200, Python wrote:

    Le 01/05/2023 à 01:30, Jane a écrit :

    see: Baby steps and special relativity.

    Well, seriously (the pun on Androcles is telling...) you are not
    serious, right? You're a kind of joker, maybe a student who was asked to
    act like a troll on a given place or something.

    You did your work brilliantly, digging in archives to bring back
    "Androcles" aka John P. was too much, and doing a parody of it make it completely non-realistic. You've been caught!

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly. He reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.





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    -- lover of truth

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  • From Python@21:1/5 to All on Mon May 1 02:15:04 2023
    Le 01/05/2023 à 02:09, Jane a écrit :
    On Mon, 01 May 2023 01:34:07 +0200, Python wrote:

    Le 01/05/2023 à 01:30, Jane a écrit :

    see: Baby steps and special relativity.

    Well, seriously (the pun on Androcles is telling...) you are not
    serious, right? You're a kind of joker, maybe a student who was asked to
    act like a troll on a given place or something.

    You did your work brilliantly, digging in archives to bring back
    "Androcles" aka John P. was too much, and doing a parody of it make it
    completely non-realistic. You've been caught!

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly. He reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.

    Yeah, sure, you did, :-D

    Nice try, anyway, maybe you've been a little too cranky to make
    illusion long... And this pun was the ice on the cake.

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  • From Jane@21:1/5 to All on Sun Apr 30 23:30:57 2023
    Paul cannot believe he was stupid enough too think he could change the
    number of wavelengths in the beam of an interferometer simply by viewing
    it in a different frame. Paul thought he had magical powers. Now that he
    that knows he hasn't, he is too embarrassed to show his face.
    He also has to accept that all his claimed refutations of Newton are
    wrong.
    see: Baby steps and special relativity.



    --
    -- lover of truth

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  • From Paul Alsing@21:1/5 to Jane on Sun Apr 30 19:02:24 2023
    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:09:39 PM UTC-7, Jane wrote:

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly. He reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.

    ... and he was as wrong then as you are now! His variable star argument was chock full of holes and lacked an understanding of basic physics.

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  • From Jane@21:1/5 to Paul Alsing on Tue May 2 22:46:48 2023
    On Sun, 30 Apr 2023 19:02:24 -0700, Paul Alsing wrote:

    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:09:39 PM UTC-7, Jane wrote:

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly. He
    reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.

    ... and he was as wrong then as you are now! His variable star argument
    was chock full of holes and lacked an understanding of basic physics.

    I dont think so. He was certainly right about the Norwegian professor.
    Paul Andersen has probably been teaching the same incorrect theory to
    thousands of students for years.
    Paul obviously does not know that a point which is stationary in the ECI
    frame MOVES in the Earth's rotating frame.

    Please don't make a fool of yourself by criticizing me for this. You
    probably have no idea what I was talking about anyway.





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  • From Richard Hertz@21:1/5 to Jane on Tue May 2 15:54:50 2023
    On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 7:48:17 PM UTC-3, Jane wrote:
    On Sun, 30 Apr 2023 19:02:24 -0700, Paul Alsing wrote:

    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:09:39 PM UTC-7, Jane wrote:

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly. He >> reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.

    ... and he was as wrong then as you are now! His variable star argument was chock full of holes and lacked an understanding of basic physics.
    I dont think so. He was certainly right about the Norwegian professor.
    Paul Andersen has probably been teaching the same incorrect theory to thousands of students for years.
    Paul obviously does not know that a point which is stationary in the ECI frame MOVES in the Earth's rotating frame.

    Please don't make a fool of yourself by criticizing me for this. You probably have no idea what I was talking about anyway.
    --
    -- lover of truth

    He's an EE, and taught electronics in the '90s, being also a tutor for projects involving PIC programming.

    He was sacked, anyway, by 2002.

    Resented, he sought a pseudo-science with no accountability for errors and idiocies.

    He chose relativity, and has been around here since then. Plus, his website, where he plagiarized most papers.

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  • From Prokaryotic Capase Homolog@21:1/5 to Paul Alsing on Thu May 4 04:36:10 2023
    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 9:02:26 PM UTC-5, Paul Alsing wrote:
    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:09:39 PM UTC-7, Jane wrote:

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly. He reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.
    ... and he was as wrong then as you are now! His variable star argument was chock full of holes and lacked an understanding of basic physics.

    ...or basic astronomy

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  • From Paul B. Andersen@21:1/5 to All on Thu May 4 13:25:23 2023
    Den 03.05.2023 00:54, skrev Richard Hertz:

    He was sacked, anyway, by 2002.


    One can but admire Richard for his ability to dig up 'facts'. :-D

    --
    Paul

    https://paulba.no/

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  • From Jane@21:1/5 to Prokaryotic Capase Homolog on Thu May 4 20:39:13 2023
    On Thu, 4 May 2023 04:36:10 -0700 (PDT), Prokaryotic Capase Homolog wrote:

    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 9:02:26 PM UTC-5, Paul Alsing wrote:
    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:09:39 PM UTC-7, Jane wrote:

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly.
    He reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.
    ... and he was as wrong then as you are now! His variable star argument
    was chock full of holes and lacked an understanding of basic physics.

    ...or basic astronomy

    He obviously knew a lot more than you do. You make a fool of yourself
    every time you touch your keyboard.
    It is highly logical to use the movements of certain Stars to check
    Einstein's second postulate. It is virtually impossible to do it any other
    way.





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  • From Jane@21:1/5 to Richard Hertz on Thu May 4 21:09:34 2023
    On Tue, 2 May 2023 15:54:50 -0700 (PDT), Richard Hertz wrote:

    On Tuesday, May 2, 2023 at 7:48:17 PM UTC-3, Jane wrote:
    On Sun, 30 Apr 2023 19:02:24 -0700, Paul Alsing wrote:

    On Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 5:09:39 PM UTC-7, Jane wrote:

    Ah! Androcles...that's right...He and I discussed physics regularly.
    He reckoned he proved Einstein wrong using variable stars.

    ... and he was as wrong then as you are now! His variable star
    argument was chock full of holes and lacked an understanding of basic
    physics.
    I dont think so. He was certainly right about the Norwegian professor.
    Paul Andersen has probably been teaching the same incorrect theory to
    thousands of students for years.
    Paul obviously does not know that a point which is stationary in the
    ECI frame MOVES in the Earth's rotating frame.

    Please don't make a fool of yourself by criticizing me for this. You
    probably have no idea what I was talking about anyway.
    --
    -- lover of truth

    He's an EE, and taught electronics in the '90s, being also a tutor for projects involving PIC programming.

    He was sacked, anyway, by 2002.

    What a pity Uncle John had not been around to hear that. He would have been overjoyed. I gather you did not have the pleasure of ever meeting my uncle
    aka 'Androcles'. Apparently he was the life of this NG until the cancer got
    him about eight years ago. I have his old computer here with lots of his
    posts on it. Paul Andersen and Tom Roberts were his main adversaries. Some posts are very funny.

    Resented, he sought a pseudo-science with no accountability for errors
    and idiocies.

    He chose relativity, and has been around here since then. Plus, his
    website, where he plagiarized most papers.

    Unfortunately he has probably convinced a lot of people that Newton has
    been completely replaced by Einstein.





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