It may be somewhat pompous for me to open my website with a quotation from one of history's greatest scientific thinkers. But I sort of need that quotation because I want to claim to be a "great spirit thinker" of the sort referred to by Einstein. My claim is admittedly arrogant. But my claim is subjective, and could be repudiated by others. If I want my claim to be reasonably considered by others, I must provide some evidence that supports the claim. Please don't simply assume my claim is nonsense without considering at least some of the evidence. To support my claim to be a dogma-free logical thinker, I would like to submit the following three mental creations: a color-specific approach to automotive rear lighting (called the RLMS approach, for "Red Light Means Stop"); a very conceptual method for analysis of the changes caused by chemical reactions (this being called the "arrow diagram" method for reaction stoichiometry); and a very straightforward experiment with magnets that might well detect the so called "absolute motion" of the earth (such detection long being held to be impossible by those who have accepted the hereditary prejudice called special relativity). The experimental report includes a more logical new idea, potentially to be called "undulatory propagation," to explain why experiments with light cannot detect the absolute motion of the earth. Use links below to read more about any of these topics.
*The general wisdom might be that "In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is king."
Well ... maybe not. My experience as a great spirit thinker suggests a possibly different outcome for a one-eyed man in the country of the blind. Blind persons would initially ignore, and would then ridicule, the special things that a sighted man might do. But, being "abnormal" for a blind person, the ability to do things as a sighted person would eventually be ascribed to witchcraft. The one-eyed man, behaving as a sighted person, would be inevitably charged with being a witch, and would be killed by the blind people, not made their king.
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