Coyote, here is what you need to do. Your assigned temporary space is full. When this happens, you will experience symptoms like what you have been experiencing. You need to go into tools, empty out your temporary files, and give yourself more space for temporary memory.
Other symptoms of this happening is your flash videos not working correctly, your internet explorer taking forever to load anything, etc. Weird things happen when your temporary space is full. People have come to me over the years to ask about the weird behavior of their explorer. My advice of clearing out temporary files and assign more space works 99% of the time when weird things happen with internet explorer.
Better solution: don't use the worst browser on the market.
When I said explorer, I meant anything that lets you browse the internet. The point isn't about microsoft internet explorer. I don't care if you use firefox, chrome, or your own internet neural interface. You need to clear out your temporary files and assign more space for it. Or you're going to suffer weird behaviors like what Coyote described.
In response I'm going to prepare to chat with him about relativity, Marilyn Monroe, Doppler, refraction, radar, emission lines, and long long ago in a galaxy far far away. But not about Heisenberg uncertainty. Should be up by the end of the day.
I suspect you're just wasting your time. We know that he already had trouble with your very simple algebra in the other thread about the sun's mass loss. What on Prometheus' green Earth makes you think he will understand relativity?
Not that I'm disagreeing with you, but there is no way in hell this guy is going to understand relativity without a rudimentary understanding of calculus. In fact, nothing in modern physics make sense without calculus. And I think this guy has proven he doesn't even know rudimentary algebra.