You don't get Jedi powers after learning a sufficient amount of mathematics? Well that's put a dampener on my day.
I know, and we probably put more effort into our studies than they do. Bummer
You don't get Jedi powers after learning a sufficient amount of mathematics? Well that's put a dampener on my day.
I'm interested in what would make you think such an audacious response...
... as far as i was aware, it's not uncommon to base an equation and deriving conclusions from that equation - or even a postulation? Did not Einstein himself derive the equations of special relativity by postulating on at least two mathematical certainties...? Granted, it was two, but in the paper, it's not far off the mark when we try to unify equations.
Just curious...
I think you missed my point. Reviewing is one thing, being pompous over it is another.
- Defend your statements.
- Be clear
- Try to be rational.
Smolin is a PhD scienist - who i assume has much more wisdom in the theory of the science, you so pompously reject on a simple derivation.