Would Galileo be allowed to post his ideas about the works of Copernicus that challenge the views of Aristotle? Or, would he face censors here like he did in his day? Is this where Einstein would be able to discuss ideas when he began working on them with his wife? I looked through the site and finally found this place. Before finding this palace, I asked a question in the Special & General Relativity forum. Doc Al provided some comments that did help me with some difficulty I was having related to Einstein’s paper. I was learning from him until he locked me out. YellowTaxi posted a link that also helped me learn. That link has a good animation that has half of the event Albert described. It shows the activity from the ground observers point of view. It needs to show the equal and opposite events from the train observers point of view. I explain this issue in more detail at my web page. http://www.complexrelativity.com/ComplexHierarchyofRelativity.html [Broken] As I said, I learned from the little bit of discussion I had before I got the Galileo treatment. As a result of what I learned, I updated my site and addressed how the train passenger could use Red shift to find out he was moving. I also addressed how 1,000 passengers, one on each of 1000 train cars would see different times for the light to arrive. I also addressed how Galileo and Copernicus would show that the train was moving. I also address the conflict of the animation just showing one side of the theory and how they compete with the idea that time is constant c in both frames while it also chases both frame relative to the other. So, I hope this is a good place for me to discuss learn more about how to accept illusion as good science.