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The fact that even the Hamiltonians are calculated to within 1% of empirical observations is impressive enough for a lot of people to take notice and try it out for themselves, using variants of the system it's been tried with.
Stylianos Polychroniadis wrote:
That is simply wrong.
It's simply wrong that other people will try to verify the findings, or simply wrong that they even try to verify the findings?
You know what?
I have no idea what you're talking about, half the time -- not because I don't know any Physics, but because you leap from topic to topic and perspective to perspective with no rhyme nor reason, and with no bridges between them.
I've never known someone so good at talking cross-purpose. In two replies, you've managed to talk -- quite aggressively, mind -- about five things that have nothing to do with what you were replying to.
You really want to work on that. Being hard to understand alienates people, as does ignoring what people say and going off on your own tangent, and it's really not hard to communicate simply and efficiently.
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No, wrong is the assumption that the model is another statistical tool and non-confrontational to the standard model. While in fact it is fundamentally a whole new theory that if proven correct (by what you correctly describe as validation) will replace the Standard Model.
It's not a confrontational system; it's just a new set of statistical analyses, based on new-ish assumptions.
I am sorry you cannot follow my train of thought. Please note that my responses to you are simply in the spirit of your own reply.
In this cause, in a uniquely recursive manner, you are giving yours.
The tone and context of your post brands your comment, as politely as prudence and good taste allow, as conceited arrogance.
There are a good number of people in the CP lounge with a very lot of education in various areas of specialization - and the good taste not to arbitrarily share blurt out arbitrary facts to try to prove something (what?) to the rest of us.
Yes you do! That is correct. It is this very tone that I would love to see eliminated in a place where highly-intellectual people exchange views. And yes, I owe to the rest of the community an apology. So I am sincerely sorry, but I'm fed up with shallow and rushed sterile judgement.
You are most welcome. As for gravity have patience. One step at a time. What really strikes me is the new perspective that the bizzare quanta are simply neutrinos in elliptical motion near the speed of light!
Could this new knowledge lead to new room-temperature superconducting materials?
I'll reserve judgement until I've (a) read the article, and (b) seen how precise their results are, and (c) seen a prediction made by their theory which differs from what the Standard Model predicts. Note that many numerologists, playing with numbers, have matched physical data to good accuracy. This doesn't mean that their "explanations" are correct.
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Oh, and the masks, worthless. CDC officials have gone on record as saying they are worthless.
It is spread by coughing, so no, it is not worthless. The mask is not there to protect you, but others. It provides a little protection for the one who wears it, as does washing your hands - but that is NOT the same as being worthless.
Even when going to surgery, there's this rigourous cleaning of everything entering the operating-room. It is not 100% effective. Doesn't mean that people should suddenly stop that and start doing surgery in a pig-pen.
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"If you just follow the bacon Eddy, wherever it leads you, then you won't have to think about politics." -- Some Bell.
Yes it is worthless. the droplets are so small they can pass through the masks. it also absorbs through the skin, does not need to be inhaled, so yes, they are worthless, just as the experts have said.
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As was predicted for SARS, as was predicted for bird flu, as was predicted for Ross River, as was predicted for AIDS, as was ....
the only reason "over-hyped news" sells is because people buy it.
- is that a Philbiner, or is it a true 'viral' sickness that over half the world has contracted.
after many otherwise intelligent sounding suggestions that achieved nothing the nice folks at Technet said the only solution was to low level format my hard disk then reinstall my signature. Sadly, this still didn't fix the issue!