Ian Goddard (
Fri, 12 Jun 1998 20:53:47 -0400

At 08:00 PM 6/12/98 -0400, Daniel Fabulich wrote:

>On Fri, 12 Jun 1998, Ian Goddard wrote:
>> It is stated that the speed of light is
>> not instantaneous, and as such, the light
>> from distant galaxies is "old light."
>> I believe that that idea is illogical.
>> It is an accepted fact that at the speed
>> of light, there is no time, time is fixed
>> at 0, and thus the idea of an "old photon"
>> is inherently illogical.
>You're confusing your definitions again.

IAN: Dan, I asked you to explain why the
definition of atomism that you invented was
better than the traditional Three Laws of
Thought. You refused to answer. You also
refused to explain why your definition of
mystical was better than a holistic one.

I believe it is now incumbent upon you
to explain why your definition of atomism
was better than the Three Laws of Thought.
If you care to explain that, here's my last
two posts on the topic:

As I clearly demonstrated, you evidenced
no example of atomism. That you should
come back impling otherwise is sorry.


"A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its
opponents and making them see the light, but rather because
its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows
up that is familiar with the idea from the beginning."

Max Plank - Nobel physicist

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Those who deny individual rights cannot claim
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