Status Updates posted by pywakit
Not too boring? Lol. Well, now you can put a face and a place to the bizarre ramblings of this layman.
Hi Martin. Sorry to bother you. Thanks again for straightening me out.
May I ask a favor? If you don't want to do it, it's ok.
In light of my recent post from space.com on BH spin approaching c ....
A hypothetical question. If the BH was not limited to c ( because space is broken completely ) would it be very difficult to calculate the potential range of spin for that same black hole I asked you about in the 'singularity' post?
I am asking you on PM, because I didn't really want to clutter up that post I should have stayed out of to begin with ...
New year going well?
Regards ... James
PS: I noticed on another rather obscure forum you go by the name Marshall? Is that right?
Anyway, you have shown a great deal of courtesy to me, and I appreciate it very much.
Michel ... thanks. I read both, and a few links, too. I think you have a better understanding of time than I do. I tend to focus on the physical changes that occur over time. This alone is enough to give me a head-ache. Lol. But it ( time ) certainly is a fascinating subject, isn't it?
Michel. You have been a great source of encouragement.
Posting here has proven to be very helpful in refining my model, allowing me to address the more common objections.
As I have mentioned before, I sent out the model to over 1,000 scientists a year ago. Even in it's crude form, it is proving to be influential. I am currently sending out the revised model to hundreds of grad students ( who do not have their entire lives and reputations riding on any given theory ), and also to hundreds of working physicists, and cosmologists.
I like to think I have an ability to see the 'obvious' ... lol ... as so many unlearned people like myself want to think. The reality is you have skills I can only dream about, and my envy runs deep. I wish you good fortune in promoting your theories, too.
As for your other comments, I agree.
And I must admit, it is gratifying to win arguments with people who clearly should ( and do ) have an advantage over me.
Hey Michel. You seem a sympathetic chap, so I will complain to you ... lol. I posted my model on SciForums.com last week, and successfully fended off an attack by one James R ( 19,000 plus posts ). Today, DH, who has expressed his annoyance with my model here, and who is a 'mod' on SciForums.com, moved my model to 'pseudo', claiming it is not a model at all.
Perhaps he will be successful on this forum, too. Of course I insisted he back up his claim, and I also protested to the administrators of that site ( sister site to this one ).
I wonder if it will do any good. James R made a few silly, and thoughtless arguments, which I naturally called him on. I guess he didn't like being proven wrong!