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> to his authority doesn't make a good argument . . . .
True, but I wasn't really appealing to authority;
again, I was trying to point out that not all the
"authorities" are in agreement. But again, I
would suggest going back to the very beginnings,
with Lehrs and Steiner.
> ps: Hmm, I just visited Mr. Stolyarov website and I feel we didn't
> make a fair exchange: I introduce to you one of the biggest names of
> science in the 20th century and you directed me to a man whose
> credentials is being a science fiction novelist and amateur
> mathematician who contests not only big bang but relativity, quantum
> mechanics, etc. I wonder if he's ok with Newton's laws of
> classic mechanic or he has some objections as well.
I was making a weak joke about Stolyarov; but
if you want "big names", you could try here:
If you Google around, I would guess that you
could find plenty more.