Ex-News Junkie
After all is said and done
Thu Aug 3, 2017 5:33pm
2001:1970:5c22:6100:3de7:9d8d:8202:580

I have no idea what I'm talking about!

I would need a degree in math and a degree in physics (at least) to begin to comprehend general relativity and the standard model and all the other grand unified theories out there. As a result I don't understand how physicists can "obtain" something like the mass of the electron from a bunch of abstract mathematics. And when a theory as sophisticated as the Kaluza-Klein Theory, one supported even by Einstein himself, fails to do that, I have to conclude that even if modern theories are "formalized" while mine would be cast aside as a "crank" theory, mine is easier to understand and theirs fails anyway!

After all is said and done, I don't understand anything and I'm going to keep thinking creatively.


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