In article <l2ofu.252528$Fm2.firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Tom Potter" <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Virgil" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > news:virgil-51F0F8.00255309112013@BIGNEWS.USENETMONSTER.COM... > > In article <gVjfu.314642$cT3.email@example.com>, > > "Tom Potter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > > >> > >> to "Walk the walk" ( Prove their knowledge of Relativity and it's > >> usefuliness.) > >> > >> rather than "Talk the talk". ( Parrot any positive reference to > >> Relativity, > >> no matter where it comes from, the Mass Media, from people motivate by > >> race and religion, form graduate students, from self-appointed gurus on > >> the > >> public dole, > >> who cannot use their claimed powerful, esoteric knowledge > >> to make a good living in the free market, etc.) > >> > >> These self appointed Relativity gurus > >> are more like the Aztec priests who claimed > >> that ripping out hearts kept the sun rising every day, > > > > Without relativity theory, none of the modern particle accelerators > > could have been made to work, thus the Higgs boson (God particle) would > > not yet have been found. > > > > Without relativity theory, the GPS system would not work. > > (Google "GPS and relativity" for over a half million hits supporting > > that fact) > > > > So that those who reject relativity are still creatures of the > > nineteenth century, or earlier. > > > > So it appears that "Tom Potter"'s mouth is bigger than his brain. > > -- > > I am saddened to see that my pal Virgil > has been brainwashed to believe that > relativity theory is a cause,
For Tom ever to consider me a pal of his is firm evidence of how far from reality Tom has managed to stray.