Took 5 days with me trying to get him to join in and do the math along with me and him trying to avoid it with hand-waving pronouncements, but we're finally at the point of the effect on the earth's orbit being miniscule, earth "sucked in" by the ancient sun by less than 38,000 miles.
He is completely out of his depth. I was a little abrupt to him in one post, but I almost regret it because it now feels like bullying.
His reluctance to put '2 and 2' together is (from my POV) bizarre.
You mean he's trying to "smile us out the door"? Most likely.
I hadn't considered that. Yes, that could well be what he was doing. But he promoted me to 'Researcher', so it would be rude for me to leave.
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.
His head will explode. I'll bring a mop.
Is it just me, or was I starting to channel James Burke?
its funny that you are complaining about me yet, i started a thread on macro evolution and no one has botherd to respond to it evidence wise ?
Where is the incentive to address the points you've raised about macro-evolution?
This is what I would expect to happen: i) We will post an explanation detailing what is incorrect. ii) You will post a picture with the caption: "This shows macro-evolution". iii) We will ask what the picture is of. iv) You will avoid answering the question. v) We will ask again. vi) You will get upset. vii) We will ask again. viii) You will say: "I'll look in to the subject when I get time."
TBH: You could save everyone a lot of time by just typing macro-evolution in to Google.