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Old Jan 11th 2018, 08:16 AM   #1
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Enough physics.

Firstly I am from a finance background so i have no business in physics. Now I hate physics. I am interested in religion more. To hell with physics.
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Old Jan 11th 2018, 11:23 AM   #2
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Its a lot harder to make money in religion
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Old Jan 12th 2018, 05:20 AM   #3
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I was kind of thinking, from what you have written, that you were a seventh or eighth grader.
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Old Jan 12th 2018, 06:40 AM   #4
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Prove it.

Since this is a scientific forum prove that my level is of a eight grader. What is the basis of your inference. If you think I simplify things and dont use complex terms then that is not a sufficient basis. If you cant explain simply you have not understood properly.

This is sheer arrogance HOI is Einstein and I am a eighth grader. Well you are not completely wrong because i have curiosity which is a quality of a kid but that doesnt mean i m eighth grader.

I wont leave you Halls of Ivy. Tell me why you said so.
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Old Jan 12th 2018, 10:45 AM   #5
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Okay, that last post is a good example. I quite clearly said that, from your previous posts, I had the impression that you were a seventh or eight grader. I did not say that you were an eighth grader so I certainly cannot "prove" that you are one. If you are instead asking how I got that impression, it is not a matter "simplify things and don't use complex terms"- it is a matter of you making incorrect statements and then refusing to accept other's explanation of why you are wrong. It is interesting that you start by saying that you don't know much physics but have no problem with making up "theories" about complicated physics. I specifically chose "seventh or eight grade" because it was in a ninth grade general science course that I learned about "experimental evidence" and the need for an experimental basis for theories.
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Old Jan 13th 2018, 12:03 AM   #6
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Sorry.

Sorry Halls of Ivy I called you stupid in an earlier post I lost my reasoning power and became emotional and reacted when you called me a eighth grader.

Thanks for bringing it to my attention I will try to accept my mistake and hear the other person. Now is this ok with you or do you still think I am an eighth grader.

The reason i said i dont know much physics is because mathematics is the language of physics and i dont know much about einstein field equations. It is these equations which act as a barrier to people wanting to study physics from other fields. I cant put my time to study those equations.

Let me find out a way.
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Old Jan 13th 2018, 01:45 AM   #7
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Einstein's field equations

Well for a simplified animated pictorial explanation of the field equations:

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