Monthly Archives: November 2010

Not Mathis: Test of general relativity

General relativity has been tested using data accumulated over 13 years from the LAGEOS II satellite. Result: where is a parameter that measures deviations from GR. The GR prediction yields The online journal Physics has a nice summary of the … Continue reading

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A reply to “Of Monkeys and Typewriters”

This again is a guest post by Dan who has been very productive the last week. We’ve all heard that if you had an infinite number of monkeys plugging away on an infinite number of typewriters for an infinite amount … Continue reading

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Mathis’ pi=4 featured at Good math, bad math

On a quick note, Mathis’ pi=4 “proof” is featured at Good math, bad math.

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A reply to “The Extinction of Pi: The short version”

We’re very proud to have a guest author today. If you’ve been following the comments on Ex Falso… you will have noticed Dan, who kindly offered to write replies to Mathis’ more math-based papers. He took a look at Mathis’ … Continue reading

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A reply to: Is time travel possible?

(Lectures have started again at universities across europe and thus our time left for writing articles for Ex Falso … has been shortened significantly. I did however find the time to look at one of Mathis’ most recent papers about … Continue reading

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