GR or QED?
Glenn R. Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 28 Apr 1998 22:12:56 -0500
I was corrected by both George Murphy and David Bowman when I said that GR
was the best confirmed theory. I have thought about where I got that idea
all day and figured out that it was from Hugh Ross. I found something that
is close to that statement. he Says, " A recent experiment has confirmed
the accuracy of Einstein's equation to at least twenty-one places of the
decimal (within 0.0000000000000000001 percent.)" Creation and Time, p. 99.
He cites S. K. Lamoreaux et al, "New limits on Spatial Anisotrophy from
Optically Pumped 201Hg and 199Hg", Physical Review Letters 57(1986) pp
My question: Is Hugh correct about the applicability of this level of
Is the referenced article relevant to the issue?
Has any part of QED been verified to that many decimal places?
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