On 26-Aug-23 11:59 pm, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Saturday, August 26, 2023 at 4:03:52 AM UTC-3, Sylvia Else wrote:
On 25-Aug-23 1:15 pm, Laurence Clark Crossen wrote:
By being indoctrinated in an ideology.Do you ever wonder how a theory proposed by a patent clerk in his
Why can't they defend that with reason?
Because they weren't persuaded by reason.
twenties came to be accepted by the vast majority of physicists? Even if >>> it were true now that he is a supreme scientific figure whom no one can
contradict (spoiler alert, it's not), it wouldn't have been the case then. >>>
Sylvia.
It was not because of him and his lame 1905 paper. It was due to the endorsement
of Minkowski and his
mathematical formalism, following the lead of Poincaré, which made relativity a
"respectable" theory.
As one of the top mathematicians in Europe by that epoch (along with Poincaré,
Hilbert, Klein), HIS theory of
4D SPACETIME captured the imagination of respectable scientists by then.
After the application of tensors, spacetime and absolute differential geometry
(Ricci, Levi-Civita, Grossman, Hilbert),
the scientific world HAD TO FOLLOW THE PROPOSALS OF MATHEMATICIANS, not
physicists.
Einstein was the ICON used to make it popular within gullible imbeciles, with
his stupid manipulation OF TIME.
All of a sudden, the populace started to think about NOT AGING IF MOVING FAST.
That was THE TICKET.
I wonder what happened with the companion mathematical effect: LENGTH
CONTRACTION. It didn't gain traction, but
TIME NON-LINEAR MANIPULATION was a winner (for the ignorant imbeciles that >> followed it as relativists).
More stupid things happened in the last 150 years, because PEOPLE ARE STUPID >> (99.99% of them).
Are you within the 0.01%?
What you seem to miss in the above is that mathematics can only describe models that could represent the universe. It can describe many such
models, but is incapable of choosing between them. It takes physics to determine which model is the correct one.
Sylvia.
On 2023-08-27 13:11:51 +0000, Richard Hachel said:
Le 27/08/2023 à 14:56, Sylvia Else a écrit :
On 26-Aug-23 11:59 pm, Richard Hertz wrote:
On Saturday, August 26, 2023 at 4:03:52 AM UTC-3, Sylvia Else wrote: >>>>> On 25-Aug-23 1:15 pm, Laurence Clark Crossen wrote:
By being indoctrinated in an ideology.Do you ever wonder how a theory proposed by a patent clerk in his
Why can't they defend that with reason?
Because they weren't persuaded by reason.
twenties came to be accepted by the vast majority of physicists? Even if >>>>> it were true now that he is a supreme scientific figure whom no one can >>>>> contradict (spoiler alert, it's not), it wouldn't have been the case then.
Sylvia.
It was not because of him and his lame 1905 paper. It was due to the
endorsement of Minkowski and his
mathematical formalism, following the lead of Poincaré, which made
relativity a "respectable" theory.
As one of the top mathematicians in Europe by that epoch (along with
Poincaré, Hilbert, Klein), HIS theory of
4D SPACETIME captured the imagination of respectable scientists by then. >>>>
After the application of tensors, spacetime and absolute differential
geometry (Ricci, Levi-Civita, Grossman, Hilbert),
the scientific world HAD TO FOLLOW THE PROPOSALS OF MATHEMATICIANS, not >>>> physicists.
Einstein was the ICON used to make it popular within gullible
imbeciles, with his stupid manipulation OF TIME.
All of a sudden, the populace started to think about NOT AGING IF
MOVING FAST. That was THE TICKET.
I wonder what happened with the companion mathematical effect: LENGTH
CONTRACTION. It didn't gain traction, but
TIME NON-LINEAR MANIPULATION was a winner (for the ignorant imbeciles
that followed it as relativists).
More stupid things happened in the last 150 years, because PEOPLE ARE
STUPID (99.99% of them).
Are you within the 0.01%?
What you seem to miss in the above is that mathematics can only
describe models that could represent the universe. It can describe many
such models, but is incapable of choosing between them. It takes
physics to determine which model is the correct one.
Sylvia.
Not necessarily.
If we take the geometry of Minkowski (4D universe) and that of Hachel
(3DD+1 universe), we realize that at the start, things seem quite
similar.
But the more we progress in the concepts and the equations, the more it
differs.
We then say to ourselves: the best is experimentation.
The problem is that as things stand now (but not for much longer, I
think, as the practice progresses) the basic equations and predictions
are the same.
Except that already, and we already had it as early as 1905, the RR
equations are incoherent if we practice at observable speeds.
They therefore have no chance of being true. None.
We can therefore, just by theory, guillotine the RR.
I have long since asked physicists how they can describe a Langevin in
apparent velocities. All of them replied that they couldn't, and that
they no longer understood anything.
In France recently, Professor Python tried to defame me.
The audience was very surprised to find that he didn't even know what
he was talking about.
A humorous video was made (if you can read the French).
https://www.captiongenerator.com/v/2289477/les-physiciens-veulent-interdiction-hachel-de-parler...
So your humour, such as it is, rivals the level of stupidity of your
posts. Quelle surprise.
On 2023-08-27 13:21:08 +0000, Richard Hachel said:
https://www.captiongenerator.com/v/2289477/les-physiciens-veulent-interdiction-hachel-de-parler...
So your humour, such as it is, rivals the level of stupidity of your
posts. Quelle surprise.
Oui, je sais, je suis magnifique.
El Magnifico.
En espagnol.
Tu parles espagnol, toi?
Oui. Tu as oublié l'accent aigu de magnífico.
I see that you're adopting the standard crank practice of introducing non-standard abbreviations, which you do not define, and then proceeding
to use them in the apparent expectation that people will know what you mean.
Sylvia.
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