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From: oriel36 <kelleher.ger...@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2012 22:40:46 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Tues, May 15 2012 1:40 am
Subject: Re: How Many Planets Are There in the Solar System?
On May 15, 12:12 am, thro...@sheol.org (Wayne Throop) wrote:
> Note: there is one thing oriel36 has never done, and probably will never do.That was the beauty of 'global warming' theory,it could never produce
> He has never cited a case where newtonian mechanics gets the wrong answer,
> or conflicts in any way with observation (leaving aside mercury).
a wrong answer as it could explain droughts and floods,heatwaves and
severe cold snaps and even have variable assertions where it morphs
from 'global warming' into 'climate change'.The same with the 'theory
of gravity' and the idea that falling objects are somehow the same as
lunar and planetary dynamics,can explain every known observation yet
nobody has ever traced how Newton arrived at this overreaching
conclusion (I certainly have).Being wrong ,making mistakes and going
in the wrong direction is a human thing and that is perfectly normal
however arranging things so that you can never be wrong is something
else and that is what distinguishes the vicious strain of empiricism
from all other human endeavors and why you drones like Newton so much.
Empirical groupthink is an exercise in mediocrity,it tries to isolate
So why 'Super Earths' ?,the answer is not so obvious.
> : You can all probably congratulate yourselves that you are
> not blinded by oriel36's preconceptions, and argument-by-insult-and-inuendo.
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