Bias and Slander at PhysicsForums dot com

By: RTSplayer , 2:26 AM GMT on January 03, 2014

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This isn't politics, but nothing else matches anyway.

I used "Pollution" because they have polluted the truth, as well as reason, falsely accused me of "knowingly providing misleading information", which is slander, and I have the supporting evidence. Unfortunately, "Evo" maliciously deleted my last response to him, where I provided counter-evidence in response to his slander.


First topic:

Morgellon's Disease:
http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=730 976

I don't know what the problem is with the Link's, but they do not lead to the right topics. Sorry.

The Morgellon's Disease topic is in their "Medical" section in "Other Sciences".

Unexplained File's Link (discovery Channel)

http://science.discovery.com/tv-shows/the-unexpla ined-files/the-unexplained-files-videos/morgellons -disease.htm


Also, since I am now banned FOREVER from the site, for the crime of defending myself against this personal attack, I can't even access the PM he sent me as proof of his slander of me, but I assure you it happened.



Second offensive thread, Topic, Relativity and the Equivalence Principle, which I did not start:

http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=730 937


This link does not work, though it is correct.

The Relativity discussion is in "Equivalence Principle" under "Special and General Relativity".


You will find in there, not only the most insane description of the cause of gravity you will have ever seen, but also the refusal of them to admit that the explanation they give absolutely does not work, and I offered a very simple thought experiment demonstrating that.

For my troubles?

I was told by the admins that Relativity cannot be questioned because "if it was wrong someone would have proven it by now," or words to that effect.

Even after I showed him the insane consequences of his explanation, using a synchronized experiment example on opposite sides of the world, he refused to admit their explanation was self-contradictory, and they banned me because of this, plus my rebuttal of their false accusations against me on the Morgellons'.


So much for "Science".

Anybody who believes a theory is beyond contestation, or absolutely true in all respects hasn't yet understood the definition of the term "theory".


So yes, I am here calling out several admins of "PhysicsForum Dot Com" for slandering me, and making unscientific demands, and unscientific statements (r.e. the supposed infallibility of Relativity theory).

Also, "PeterDonis" for failing to comprehend that the Earth can't be moving in both directions simultaneously, to satisfy your "target moves to hit the ball," explanation in the synchronized experiment, and that the Earth cannot be moving TOWARDS a dropped ball on one side of the planet, and simultaneously be moving TOWARD a dropped ball on the other side of the planet, as you claimed the object(s) did not move at all, and that the target moved up to the object. That cannot be true in opposite directions simultaneously. You overqualified moron.

The discussion was about gravitational acceleration of a dropped object, in particular once he gave a ridiculous explanation, I constructed a thought experiment, symmetrical about the planet, in which his explanation cannot be held true under any circumstances, but he refused to admit that. In any case, his explanation is not only self-contradictory, but it still doesn't actually explain gravity at all.

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7. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
3:39 PM GMT on January 03, 2014
RTSplayer has created a new entry.
6. Birthmark
6:18 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
Painful. Just painful.

Have you considered becoming a sports fan? There are many fine sports from which to choose. And the arguments between fans of different teams/players are, as far as is known, eternal.

Just tryin' to help.
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5. FLwolverine
6:00 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
The links work if you delete the spaces.
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4. RTSplayer
2:56 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
Quoting 1. Skyepony:
I've seen enough people with Morgellons..the fibers & such. It's a devastating, scary & an uncomfortable thing to be afflicted with.

Welcome home RTSplayer.. nice use of your soap box.


Thanks for the reply.
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3. RTSplayer
2:54 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
Quoting 2. Astrometeor:
I'm not in the position to comment on the thread because quite frankly I don't have that thorough of a grasp on the subject matter posted.

However, the Theory of Relativity has stood the test of time (no pun intended), and has fit every curve ball thrown at it by mathematicians and physicists. I believe it has issues with quantum mechanics, so it's not like Einstein completely solved everything.

In science, the definition of a "theory" is: A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment. Such fact-supported theories are not "guesses" but reliable accounts of the real world.Wiki Source

That is what the Theory of Relativity is, and is accepted by thousands of scientists until someone can prove it wrong using logical sequences.



The point is taken and understood, however, what he was saying neither explains gravity, nor explains the phenomenon in question, because it would produce a physics in which motion in one direction doesn't obey the same laws as motion in the opposite direction. Additionally, it would produce a physics in which objects for some observers appear to pass through one another for no physical reason whatsoever, which we absolutely never see in reality.


Oh yeah. I don't even necessarily have a problem with the theory of relativity per se, but some issues which I believe the scientific community has mistakenly drawn a wrong conclusion based on it, including an unfortunate error of construction regarding relativity of mass in one of Einstein's own explanations, but I'll leave that alone.

Most of my disagreements have historically been matters of interpretation of the theory, since the aspects in question have absolutely no valid test within our technological capabilities.
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2. Astrometeor
2:44 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
I'm not in the position to comment on the thread because quite frankly I don't have that thorough of a grasp on the subject matter posted.

However, the Theory of Relativity has stood the test of time (no pun intended), and has fit every curve ball thrown at it by mathematicians and physicists. I believe it has issues with quantum mechanics, so it's not like Einstein completely solved everything.

In science, the definition of a "theory" is: A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment. Such fact-supported theories are not "guesses" but reliable accounts of the real world.Wiki Source

That is what the Theory of Relativity is, and is accepted by thousands of scientists until someone can prove it wrong using logical sequences.
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1. Skyepony (Mod)
2:43 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
I've seen enough people with Morgellons..the fibers & such. It's a devastating, scary & an uncomfortable thing to be afflicted with.

Welcome home RTSplayer.. nice use of your soap box.
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