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  1. I gave you the like........😁
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  2. MitkoGorgiev

    Read Me!

    Yes, the members of the academic clergy are very scared of it, not because it will destroy their cherished beliefs, but because they will lose their reputation and authority and then they will have to tear up their diplomas. My explanation of how the light produces the colors is so true that even a 12-years old kid can understand it. Remember this and remember it very well: "The truth is understandable, the untruth is not understandable. Consequence: if something is not understandable, suspect its truthfulness." All the theories of the contemporary physics, including the Einstein's c
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  3. Scientific knowledge, while not absolute, is ever more accurate. Science is a self correcting process, no other method has yielded the results the scientific method has been able to provide.
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  4. Well these claims are hardly settled science are they? be honest. Claims like these are hotly contested, and so far no one has a solid reply to the criticisms. Not ever has the speed of light been measured to be the same in all frames of reference, not once ever. Neither has anyone ever measured the speed of light in a one way trip setup. No no has ever measured any physical lengths shrinking, and none has ever measured any Mass increases. And the claim that two clocks can each be slower than the other, is only solid rational evidence that there is a mistake in your theory somew
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  5. Evolute

    Torus Cell

    Nice post with some good analytics. But with all due respect, Human chromosome fusion of the Ape's 2a and 2b centromeres notwithstanding, I have to stay with the Notch2NL genetic mutations found in Homo being the reason for Human brain size and cognitive functions. Rather than derail this thread I would refer you back to the Humans from Apes thread that you posted on a short time back. And since chromosome one is where the Notch2NL genes are located, the fusion of chromosome 2 wouldn't appear to be the culprit. There's more to this, of course but not for here would be better. More on topi
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  6. It depends on the scientific discipline you are addressing. Is there a country named Russia? The answer to that is "we know and can demonstrate that Russia exists" . What it is like is completely subjective. It is like all large societies. It has the best of humanity, it has the worst of humanity. Those questions do not belong to the physical sciences, those are of the social sciences, which use entirely different criteria than the physical sciences.
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