That's fair enough, but your lack of knowledge and posturing as some kind of knowledgeable person is very insulting, and actually hurts people.
you're a liar who will repeatedly change his story and say anything to cover his own ass.
That's ironic and false. Despite your most aggressive efforts you have not managed to debunk my original statement that scientists have not been able to unify the 4 forces or my later statement that superstring theory is a dubious candidate to do so.
I may have been mistaken on two particulars of a dubious, quickly changing, unfinished, and unproven theory, which isn't even certain of its own fundamental particulars, and which I haven't done more than skim the surface of (because it doesn't particularly attract my attention), but you have shown yourself to be a self admitted crackpot whose whole approach to science is actually based on ignorance, posturing, and insulting people and trying to damage their reputation.
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In fact I take back my previous evaluation of your scientific ability and rate you down on that partly for the reasons above mentioned. You have no idea about proper science, and I doubt you've ever been in a proper laboratory.
In this discussion you have been analogous to a baffling, pie throwing clown with poor eyesight and slow reflexes. And ironically, again, you have harmed/pie-d no one but yourself. EDIT: I've done my best to remain polite and accomodating to you partly because that's how I always try to treat everyone and partly because you seem to be mentally unstable/infirm but I've had enough of your unwarranted attacks.
Further, what you call "lying" and "changing his story and say anything to cover his own ass" highlights how delusional you are. Your habit of aggressively pouncing on every word uttered by essentially random people in casual science conversation as if it were a legal document and an inflamatory article about child abuse tends to force being careful of wording. And yes, I "change my story" if I'm mistaken about something as everyone adopting a scientific attitude should do. That does not make me a liar, in fact quite the opposite.
EDIT: Another point I think is worth noting is that physics is massive in scope. It is often said that no one person, no matter how knowledgable, can be certain of all its particulars. That is why specialisation exsits. So it becomes less important to have perfect memory of every specific detail, and more important to have correct skills in physics.
BTW Taby, weren't you supposed to be leaving gamedev because you didn't like it here? Sincerely, I think that would be a good idea.