Tulane maths professor John Armstrong pwns electromagnetism

I have recently commented on the paradox of alleged electricity in water-based babies here.

Well, an attack on electricity has come from another – and unlikely! – source. Tulane professor John Armstrong, who is already noted for making scientists own up to their deceptions, has recently pointed out the abject state of science education on electricity and magnets.

Be sure to also note in the comment thread the insightful remark of Texan Christian University mathematics professor Greg Friedman, who points out that the “entire subject is a fiction.” I’ve been saying this for what will – by mathematical induction – eventually be a decade.

I’ve been away from blogging for a while, but it’s good to see that my work has begun to reverberate even in academia.

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3 thoughts on “Tulane maths professor John Armstrong pwns electromagnetism

  1. “who is already noted for making scientists own up to their deceptions”…I think you meant he is already noted for lacking a sense of humour, and for being an all-around dick. Generally speaking of course.

  2. Blackacre,

    You’re theory about Tulane professor of mathematics John Armstrong is interesting. I have noted that he is not friendly to me, and since long ago refuses to engage. But now you offer a compelling explanation for this behavior. I will ponder over it, and thank you,

    Best,
    NS

  3. He refuses to debate you because you aren’t considered a threat to any of his theories.

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