"Tom Potter" <email@example.com> wrote in news:kRpgu.395989$i75.159063 @fx03.iad:
> Thanks to my pal "Bart Goddard" > for continuing to be a faithful reader of my posts, > and for demonstrating how members of the Einstein Cult > react to criticism of Einstein. > > It is interesting to see that my pal Bart > seems to be projecting the image of a "rude asshole" onto me,
See your first paragraph. It's insulting, belittling, ego-centric, arrogant...in sum, you're being a rude asshole.
Do you really believe that anyone would read your long-winded, personal attack against all who disagree with you and NOT see the gross hypocrisy? How thick do you have to be to miss the glaring inanity of committing sin A by the very process of accusing others of committing sin A?
You're quite a piece of work. Probably headed for suicide.
> for making an effort to negate his "rude" reaction > to my criticism of Einstein and the Einstein Cult members > > who "just spew out words THEY don't understand > in an attempt to sound learned, and end up looking stupid." > > As can be seen by my posts to Usenet, > I am seeking to determine the utility of Relativity, > NOT seeking RUDE, personal attacks from Einstein cultists. > > I think Einstein Cultists would not "end up looking rude and stupid, > if they simply used the powerful, esoteric knowledge > they claim to possess to compute a few ocean tides > as Newton did hundreds of years ago, > using his primitive model of reality, > and hand calculations. > > I dare say that with modern computers and algorithms, > this should be a walk in the park > for someone who knows Relativity > and is not stupid. > > No doubt, a cultist can cherry pick and parrot > a few cases where ten or fifteen Newtonian and Maxwellian hacks > have been used to get Relativity to agree with some measurement, > > but I'd like to see some of these cultists just compute a few NEW tides, > using Relativity. > > As my pal Sam Wormley would say, > "Work the problem sets, and SHOW their work." > > It is much easier [ For stupid people] > to be RUDE > and "talk the talk", > > than it is for them to be CIVIL > and walk the walk. >