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Submitted by Ned Brooks (not verified) on 27 Jan 2013 - 21:48 Permalink

Alfred Armstrong was ambitious and energetic, but his "art" is painful to look at. His explications are no worse than the psychobabble of every politician and preacher I ever heard, except that meaning of many of the words were from his own private dictionary. The value of Einstein's work lies in the fact that it was mathematical and could be tested by repeatable experiments. Just as with Newtonian physics, the math correctly predicts what will happen. Even if Armstrong knew what he was talking about, what use is it to anyone else?

Submitted by William (not verified) on 27 Jan 2013 - 18:55 Permalink

Dear Sir,
I find these diagrams less difficult to understand than the politics of my own country. Delightful!

P.S. Wonderful to hear from you again.