andrewgray Posted August 13, 2010 Author Report Share Posted August 13, 2010 (edited) Qfwfq, It is self-evident that a theory that is based on reality is superior. And at first I thought physicists would celebrate the possibility that a "reality based theory" has been found. But no, it has been a dog:dog::dog:fight like I mentioned before. It reminds me of Darwin and the group think of his day. There is an overwhelming amount of logical Darwinian evidence supporting the concept of evolution, yet we idiots in the United States still are fighting him. Half of U.S.'ers do not accept this "reality" and we still have idiot school boards legislating "creationism" over 150 years later. Incredible. So this defines human behavior. Fight change tooth and nail, even when faced with strong supporting evidence. This is how I view the reaction by QM'ers to these new concepts. It's not:Oh, this new theory looks very interesting, is intellectually stimulating, and passes initial viability tests. So why don't we test it? It's more like: Heisenberg just kicked you in the nuts To me, this is wrong. Andrew Ancel Gray Edited August 13, 2010 by andrewgray grammar Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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