I rarely read any of Dinky van de Torquemada's gibberish since he seldom wants to discuss relativity anyway, but in a reply to 'Ghost in the Machine' I happened across Quote:  > That's elementary linear algebra...  >  > For instance, one (!) event with x = 0 and any t,  > also satisfies the equation  > x' = vt' Unquote. [ Note to reader: The quote is nicely pulled entirely out of context from http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=4129cab7@usenet01.boi.hp.com ;) ] Since Einstein defined x' = xvt, when x = 0 then x' = vt, and not vt' as Dinky the Deranged claims, from which it follows that t' = t. Doubtless the spermless one will now argue that he really meant chsi = x  v.tau but of course I can only chuckle since the stupid fuck attempted to ridicule me over the same issue. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!! Androcles 

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