On Wednesday, 9 December 2015 at 09:27:55 UTC, deadalnix wrote:



I thin what you are looking at here is that youngster are more willing to take risk. When Einstein say that time is relative and ether doesn't exists, that mass and energy is that same thing and that energy exchange is quantized, he takes the risk of looking like a fool big time. But he has no reputation to loose, and he has no involvement in existing theories.

Maybe in the field of physics, but is it possible to release things in mathematics or computer science that aren't proven at the time of their announcement?


Later in life, either you were not talented and most likely not made it, or you were talented and busy capitalizing and what you made younger.


That's a very good point. Capitalizing or lacking equivalent motivation.

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