> Actually, I have plenty of evidence of most of these. For example, I have > flown around the world on many occasions, and hence know it is not flat.
Well, the earth is spherical, but we are discussing the mathematical construct of space and time. How are you able to discern if the mathematical model of space and time is flat or not? Can you tell how flat it is? You are totally full of $hit. <shrug>
> The evidence for SR is similarly overwhelming.
In your wet dreams, perhaps. <shrug>
> I would point first and > foremost to the the large number of places (eg particle accelerators) where > we accelerate objects to close to the speed of light and directly measure > the effects of SR.
So what? SR fails the MMX. <shrug>
> These devices would simply not operate if SR was wrong.
Wrong. They would always operate without a speculated model to dictate how they should operate. <shrug>
> If you think SR is wrong, how do you explain the fact that it is > experimentally measured as correct (to the limits of our measurement > precision) every day in countless laboratories around the world?
With FAITH! <shrug>
> A giant conspiracy theory,
There is no such thing as a conspiracy theory. <shrug>
> like man landing on the Moon in 1969?
This was one of the major hoaxes in the 20th century, yes. <shrug>