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Topic: Baez agrees with Nemesis & Al? Hillman wonders.
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Tubby Chubbs

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Re: Baez agrees with Nemesis & Al? Hillman wonders.
Posted: Nov 30, 2001 8:52 AM
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On Thu, 29 Nov 2001 18:24:33 GMT, Nemesis <Nemesis@nospam.com> wrote:

>In article <jTtN7.13923$WC1.1670052@newsread2.prod.itd.earthlink.net>,
>"hanson" <hanson@quick.net> wrote:
>

>>Is Nemesis and Uncle Al having an influence on the establishment thinking?
>>Seems to me they and folks like them do:

>
>Not to disparage your post but I am under the impression that Uncle
>Adolf *is* a regurgitating establishment crackpot. I certainly do not
>want to be lumped in with Uncle Adolf, unless of course, like the
>Taliban, he surrenders unconditionally.
>

>>From: baez@galaxy.ucr.edu (John Baez)
>>Newsgroups: sci.physics.research
>>Subject: Re: Unification of Electromagnetism and Gravity
>>Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 03:06:54 +0000 (UTC)
>>Message-ID: <9tpn8e$76u$1@glue.ucr.edu>
>>

>>> classical Maxwell equations with classical Einstein
>>> equations are theories known to be WRONG...
>>> ...we are trying to get an understanding of the actual
>>> universe we find ourselves in, not just unify two
>>> somewhat obsolete theories.

>>
>>...while Christine Hillman is working in the other direction, by being very
>>busy in trying to invent new verbiage for math so that ever fewer people
>>will be equipped to follow her and like minded mathematicians in what they
>>are trying to say. ---- It's gonna be lonely at the top, Christine.

>
>Anybody who claims that math explains physics is either a moron or a
>con artist. In fact, I'll go so far as to say that the amount of math
>one uses in one's "explanations" of nature is directly proportional to
>one's propensity for deception and ass-kissing, and a lack of
>understanding of what is really going on. Chris Hillman falls into
>that category.
>
>Unless an explanation can be understood by the average person, you can
>be certain the explainer hasn't got a clue.
>

I don't understand this.
>
>I guess this covers the
>majority of the pompous asses who populate the higher echelons of the
>physics community.
>
>Math only explains math. One does not need math to explain nature.
>It's the other way around.
>
>Nemesis
>
>Nasty Little Truth About Spacetime Physics:
>http://home1.gte.net/res02khr/crackpots/notorious.htm








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