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  1. #1 Why to make hard to post when you write a topic that is controversial 
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    After posting The Nature of Time, I have had problems to log in, the site allows me to enter to the forums, but impedes me to post in the thread The Nature of Time.

    This topic debunks the idea of dilatation of time as a real event, and reveals that atomic clocks are sensitive enough to malfunction just by changes in the environment as changes happen with all matter and energy in general when passing the same experience.

    If somebody disagrees with this proven fact, the best response is by showing scientific evidence instead of impeding the more postings revealing former frauds like the fraudulent validation of Relativity in 1919.


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    Post under personal theories


    Newbie to Science, trying to educate myself on this forum and further my scientific knowledge.

    I like to ask a ton of questions so please be understanding!

    I like to think of new stuff and in new ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchieritchiethefirst View Post
    If somebody disagrees with this proven fact, the best response is by showing scientific evidence
    And yet you seem to think you're exempted from providing scientific evidence for your assertions...
    It's not a "proven fact" that the clocks malfunction.
    (In fact it's extremely unlikely that each and every one happens to "malfunction" in exactly the same way, to exactly the same extent and in exactly the manner predicted by scientific theories that consider them as not malfunctioning).
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    not sure what the problem is - your thread is, as the duck said, under personal theories
    it's not locked, i see your earlier persona ritchieritchie should have free access to all parts of the forum, and as far as i can see you have not been banned or impeded in any way from posting

    if, on the other hand, you've entered a wrong password and/or you're not logged in, then obviously you won't be able to post
    and while we're at it, you now have 2 live accounts, which is against the forum rules - one of the two will have to go
    up to you to decide which one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ritchieritchiethefirst View Post
    If somebody disagrees with this proven fact, the best response is by showing scientific evidence instead of impeding the more postings revealing former frauds like the fraudulent validation of Relativity in 1919.
    If you want the advice of someone who has a number of years of experience across a variety of Internet forums - statements such as the above are of no help to you whatsoever, they just make you look like a crank and seriously diminish your credibility in the eyes of the casual reader. If you have a point to make, you should do so calmly and scientifically, lay off the grandiose gestures and sweeping generalisations, and just carefully consider and address the points that are being raised in response to you. Above all, always retain a sense of perspective and be prepared to acknowledge that you don't know everything there is to know about relativity, and that you mightn't be that guy in his living room armchair who overturns a century's worth of established physics after all.

    Just trying to help you, because based on the way you are presenting yourself thus far, no one here will take you seriously, and you will most likely go the way so many others have gone over the years - into the trash can. That's obviously not what you want, so you need to rethink your approach; you will find that everyone here is happy to answer genuine questions and concerns about established physics, but statements such as "former frauds like the fraudulent validation of Relativity" will just make doors close for you.

    Up to you now.
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