Max, you have no case about my understanding of Newton and Galileo's Physics.
You are just using that as an excuse to ignore the major errors in Einsteins hypothesis, which you refuse to discuss, you rather just keep insisting that I don't understand simple high school school physics, with is a patently absurd claim to make.
Further, you seem incapable of even explaining exactly which part of Classical Physics you think I just cant grasp.
The real problem is however, nothing to do with my understanding of anything, as my version of Physics is not mine alone. Thousands of others also share this view regarding the validity of Einsteins Relativity, and many have University degrees and years of exposure to academic life, so are they all just too stupid to grasp Galileo's simple explanations about relative motion?
Personally, it would make more sense that you and your Einstein worshiping buddies have simply skipped over the lesson of Galileo and Newton, and jumped into the Math of Einsteins before you took a critical assessment of what Einsteins was trying to claim. So its you who cant grasp fundamental Physics, not me.
As another person said in another forum........
"RE: Einstein’s hypothesis ….that a man on a moving train does NOT KNOW he is moving relative to the earth's surface, and not vice versa?
Who in the world would get on a train, feel himself being accelerated, and then, once a uniform speed has been attained, conclude that the trees, stop signs, houses, etc. are moving past him while he remains completely motionless. Isn't this rather absurd?
Who would ask the conductor if Chicago stops here?
Yet this presumption is the sine qua non of special relativity theory, isn't it?
Einstein himself actually DOES know the guy on the train is the one moving, and USES THAT KNOWLEDGE to explain why a guy who doesn't think he's moving would have a false impression about the “true” state of affairs. (that time dilates etc.)
Why does Einstein insist that the train passenger is an absolute fool, ( and remain that way) and then construct a whole theory of Physics around that fool's mistakes, and ignorance?"