At 10/8/12 10:19 PM, Cordyceps wrote:
No, very very basic physics would be things like Newton's laws of motion (F=ma, etc). Your knowledge of physics, I can tell, is very limited and covers only a general idea of what the theories mean.
General and special relativity are far from "very basic basic" physics, which is the kind of time dilation/compression you're talking about.
Yeah, but here's the thing, I never mentioned anything at all about relativity, general or special
Also, you just said that I was talking about more advanced physics, however earlier you said I don't seem to have a grasp on physics
Please be clear on what makes you think I don't understand physics, because I have spent over a decade studying physics in general, and it's really insulting to have some random wad on the internet tell me that I don't have a grasp on said physics