Originally posted by Mihai
Can we do anything useful with this theory? Build new devices, better GPS, better communication, predict something new, anything? At least theoretically, does it have any useful advantage over existing theories? Is it simpler overall, not just on the chosen aspects? If not it is pretty much just another useless cool model. People are v ...[text shortened]... hysicist can put holes in it. But it seems that it wouldn't matter much if there aren't any.
Well, by turning an argument on its head, we get at least an opportunity to
look at it from another angle.
Consider colour. Is black a colour or an abscence of colour? Are then colours, colours
or an absence of black?
This theory does seem simpler than other theories to me but then that's
because it's the only one I can remotely understand. If it is simpler then
shouldn't we then progress and test it?
There's a fuller article here with some easy to understand Math's
The author appears to be a French Engineering student with mild qualifications
but then Einstein wasn't exactly dripping with academia.