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bio website arxiv.org/find/physics/1/…
location Pullman, WA
age 56
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Candidate for the PhD in physics at Washington State University. Member of the LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory) Scientific Collaboration (LSC).


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comment Is spacetime flat inside a spherical shell?
Nice job. Sigh. It really annoys me that someone can write a nice reply to a nice question and end up with a "0" score even after it's selected as the answer to the question. Do people think they have to pay for +s out of their bank account?
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comment Is special relativity an exact description of reality?
"Layman's perspective"? LOL, I won an honorable mention at the prestigious annual gravitation essay contest and published a paper: arxiv.org/abs/0907.0660 The reason a lot of people are so certain of the foundations of special and general relativity is because they don't know anything about the foundations of these subjects. That's why they're still being argued in the literature.
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