Where did I say it would be moving at a constant speed. It would be slowing down. Ah, so it's something you don't understand and cannot hope to understand and because you don't like me you attempt a cheap shot. Where's your original research then? While my attitude might not be a good example, you'll find on these forums I'm considered fairly knowledgable. Where's examples of you discussing high level physics and maths then? Your inability or unwillingness to accept an answer doesn't mean one wasn't provided. He considerably simplified the search for the 'next Standard Model', thus saving physicists huge quantities of work when it comes to finding something superior to the Standard Model. No-Go theorems are often the most powerful theorems in all of physics. How do you know? You don't know my work, I haven't discussed the details of it with you and you don't even know what's in textbooks never mind what is developed beyond that. And undoubtedly if I did try to have a discussion with you on it, you'd just say "It's wrong, it's string theory!" so an attempt at discussion is pointless. You won't discuss it and then complain I don't discuss it. Even BenTheMan, who is as close to my area of research as anyone I know (outside of my collaberators) doesn't do what I do and I don't follow what he does. And you still couldn't say "I was wrong, you are a PhD student". You don't bother saying "All your evidence is a conspiracy!", you just don't refer to it. Why is that? I'm 60% the way through writing a paper which will get onto ArXiv by the end of the summer. I'll let you know. And I'm curious, where's the link to a post where you demonstrate you can do physics? I must have missed it.