First, what's with the "Lovey"? What are you? Thurston Howell III?Lovey, I learned those basic things long before you were born. What you see me posting is based upon the principles of those basic physics laws, just interpreted different as to the causation and definitions of forces.
Second, what makes you think that the standard interpretations need to be reworked? Weren't the Apollo missions, for example validation enough?
In other words, follow your lead, not that of the textbooks. You recommend only the basics from a book, perhaps like somebody that read one science text in tenth grade, then speculated the rest.You have allowed yourself to be mesmerized by fancy words and concepts you can't really grasp. You are a slave to the pulpit of the "science" priests. Get down to those basic physical laws and work your way back up. You will then start to grasp those concepts, and their weaknesses, instead of just worshiping them.
You are anti-education to beat the band. A hillbilly might disesteem education because he simply sees no value in it, and considers it a waste of time.Evidence for this being a slave to them is displayed by you quite often, automatically assuming anyone who claims to have a degree is speaking absolute truth. Your fawning over them and blind acceptance more than shows your desire to advance within their ranks. Social climbing.
But you go further. You see education as slavery, and a form of social climbing. Nice analysis.
I don't think you can have ten different Ph.D.s, and certainly not ten that all address the same subject.You can have 10 PhD's with 10 different takes on the same subject. Politics determines who has The Voice, not absolute knowledge.
And are we to assume that The Voice is good to have, doesn't require an education as much as skill in politics? Is this your argument against having an education? You seem to be adamantly opposed to it.