Why cant i post in the theory development forum?

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In summary, the conversation is about someone wanting to post their theory on the third principle failing on spirals, but they are unable to do so due to not having enough knowledge in physics. The forum for posting theories has been closed to avoid arguments with people who have limited knowledge in physics. It is suggested that the person first learns about physics from a textbook before posting their theory. The conversation also includes a comment about someone not wanting to end up in the Theory Development section and another person denying the third principle of dynamics.
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i would like to post my theory of how the 3rd principle may fail on spirals in order of somebody with more knowledge than me take it away farther or prove me wrong

when i try to post to the theory development a mesage appears saying i have not enough privileges

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We have closed the Theory Development forum to public posting because we not have the time or energy to engage in endless argument about the many misconceptions of people with marginal to no knowledge of Physics.
If you wish to find the errors concerning your theory you will would be well served to first learn the applicable physics from a textbook. Then post questions here concerning your understanding of the accepted theory.
 
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Is this person under the impression that ending up in the TD section is a ... er... "good" thing?

Zz.
 
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Apparently he doesn't want to end up,but to start up...

Denying the 3-rd principle of dynamics is a good start...


Daniel.
 
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Porn stars?
 

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