Since computers were around we have had the ability to reverse engineer the maths. So for example in GR/SR there are formulas that predict outcomes. A computer however is powerful enough to simulate a particle that creates GR/SR, and therefore recreate the physics from scratch. That's what I do. I get to GR/SR from the opposite direction. I have been too harsh on Einstein however, I thought he was working similar to me with observation. But it turns out he was a mathematician afterall. My anger has been at the lack of Darwinian style observation. I create Darwinian style space-time, I observe everything, and created a particle that has the properties to create GR/SR. I think some of my annoyance has been with the maths not resembling certain laws like Every Action has an opposite reaction. You have X/Y/Z, I have X/Y/Z/-X/-Y/-Z. I always allow the opposite reaction to take place. I even have +Time -Time, which is In/Out. The opposites create sphere that replace waves, and waves are created by infinite sphere. I don't think I am so annoyed by science now that I know it is only using mathematical formulas.. that is quite clever, and I am surprised that it has worked so well. I can however see the points at which it fails. Space-Time is a grain, so like sand it can reshape into something that maths misses out. I start with that grain, so I should end up with all of the correct shapes. My main annoyance though is with 'Attraction'. Grains do not attract. The bending of space-time is more like sand entering the holes in an hour-glass. My particles will always show this effect, and my particles create GR/SR. There are other problems with maths.. like vectors. Grain does not have a straight-line vector, it stacks in a sort of Icosahedron. When you use a vector through grain you skip some natural waves out. The approach of using particles to rebuild GR/SR includes the Icosahedron structure of the grain stacking. It includes an actual weight of the grain structure which can then collapse to create a Black Hole. The Black Hole can then fill again with more grain and you have gravity, and gravity can spin out as magnetism. And the forces in two directions can create sphere. And the sphere can form a pressure inside, and the pressure inside can create a Galaxy.

When people wonder how I come up with my ideas, I am using the opposite Newtons Law to science. Newton's Law of every action has an opposite reaction works in both directions. So my version of science works just as well as science. I start with a physical particle to create the maths, science starts with the maths to create GR/SR and physics.

I didn't realise however until last night what science was doing. I thought that Einstein was a 3D visual genius like me, and was picturing nature. He was using maths. I appreciate the fact that maths has worked this well now that I know what has been done. It is very amazing to know that maths can last so long. It has flaws however. People are not picturing some of the invisible parts of nature properly. The maths has some + signs where there should be - signs. It doesn't alter the maths strangely enough, but it does change what is there. For example.. mass is often backwards...

F = G(mass1*mass2)/D squared

Should be...

F = G(-mass1*-mass2)/D squared.

Which doesn't alter the outcome, but it does change convex into concave. Concave is important for gravity. So when you shoot a particle around an electron you get a curve, and you call the curve mass. But you are curving around a concave shape, and the concave shape is -mass. Electron = negative particle = negative mass. Pull = hole.

Anyway.. I am the Coffee, and science is the milk. I am very happy to appreciate science now that I know that it is just maths. Our brains work that way, our maths and 3D physics share the same lobe. So I have what science is missing, the opposite reaction to science's action.