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This site is supposedly useful for “active researchers, academics and students of physics”. If you want science, then never rely on such self-governed Internet sites (Stack Exchange, Wikipedia, or whatever), that are not supervised by an academic organization. They are all flawed. Particularly this site, with its reputation system and given base of users, encourages people who:
- Cannot read carefully a Special Relativity introductory-level textbook and then posts a complete rubbish;
- Publishes particularly perverse misinterpretations of physical theories, disguised as questions;
- Pushes forward ridiculous theories about 220 Hz clock and 30 fps image processor in a human retina;
Their “reputation” then increases further if they persist in writing miscellaneous “valuable” thoughts that meet universally warm reception because authors are decorated old-timers. True discussions are despised. Users who can discuss and explain, like me, face discrimination.
If your aim is to make science, then you can find some valuable insights here, but you may not trust assessments made by this community. Use reputable sources, available experts, and your own intellect to verify all this stuff.
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