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Neutroscopic methods in General Relativity

  1. Jan 2, 2006 #1
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  3. Jan 2, 2006 #2

    HallsofIvy

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    Smarandache is a well known crank.

    By the way, the word is "neutroSOPHIC", not "neutroSCOPIC". It is, according to Smarandache's own words, a way to "interpret the uninterpretable".
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Florentin_Smarandache [Broken] interesting and different maybe, but on what basis do you call him a crank?

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    Thank you for spelling correction. Smarandache is not the lead author, the lead author and third author are physicists. I was just interested in hearing if there is any new physics in the merge of the two concepts,e.g, (neutrosophic theory) and (general relativity theory). I find that neutrosophic theory has overlap with neutral monistic philosophy of which I have an interest. Some might argue that quantum mechanics interprets the uninterpretable, no ?
     
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    I was not particularly familair with this author, but

    http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smarandache/BeginAdventure.pdf [Broken]

    looks pretty cranky to me.
     
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  7. Jan 3, 2006 #6

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    Agreed!

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