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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 18 2007,17:19   

I didn't see anyone else post this, but as an astronomer, this is the most hilarious thing he's said so far (and thats doing pretty good - the 'tard is strong with this one.)


""We already know that E=mc2 is wrong because it contradicts Newton's law of gravity. E=mc2 says nothing is faster than the speed of light....yet as we know, this is not correct. Gravity is instantaneous, thus faster than the speed of light. If the earth were to move, for example, the moon would somehow "know" it and move right along with it. Same with the sun...if the sun were to move, the planets would follow the sun around, all without ropes.

Scientists have long known that Einstein's theory contradicted Newton's law of gravity, but it's just one of those things they try to keep hush about and sweep under the carpet like it doesn't exist.

So if E=mc2 is wrong, which it is, then we can pretty much be assured that astronomers and cosmologists are not to be trusted because they simply do not know what they're talking about."

We knew Newtonian gravity was wrong long before Einstein. Care to explain the precession of mercury?

Oh, and E=mc2 gives the energy output when mass is converted to energy. It doesn't say anything about traveling faster than light. Thats relativity. Using the right terms is a good way not to look like a complete fool. (But you've still got a long way to go there.)

To rebut creationism you pretty much have to be a biologist, chemist, geologist, philosopher, lawyer and historian all rolled into one. While to advocate creationism, you just have to be an idiot. -- tommorris

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