T1 Present your evidence for creation of planets in a supernova.

T2 Wait a minute. You just said that a supernova explosion will produce one or more PLANETS and there may be one or more white dwarfs or pulsars. Now you are saying that usually a supernova explosion will result in a binary star system?

T3 What is a type I supernova?

T4 What is a type A supernova?

T5 How does a supernova explosion produce a binary star system.

T6 What is a stellar age limit?

T7 What is a type II supernova?

T8 What is a type B supernova?

No, present it here. I'd be happy with the details, with a link to a specific page with support for the details.

T9 They do? Care to explain Sirius B then?

T10 Then why are the element spectrums different?

T11 Why do quasars have such large redshift components?

T12 And your support for this is, what?

T13 Where exactly does this happen?

And, again, you are dodging the question. I asked for the showing RST calculations showing the prediction for the slowing of the inspiral of the two pulsars that make up PSR 1916+13. This graph shows the prediction of General Relativity(the line), the observations are the red dots.

T14 Now, present the calculation from RST, and the curve from those calculations and how the observations match that curve.

Again, you are dodging the question. I'll even specify which value for you. The magnetic moment of the electron. It's been measured to be 1.001 159 652 180 73(28) Quantum Field Theory calculation 1.001 159 652 18(37). The number in parenthesis are the uncertainties.

T15 So, provide the RTS calculations that show the RTS calculation that match the measured value of the magnetic moment.

Yada, yada, yada, yada. More wordy non-answers to my questions.

T16 What's the problem, can't RTS and you provide the calculations I asked for?

Funny you should say this, since can't seem to provide the calculations that show that RTS is more accurate, when it comes to the magnetic moment.

Actually, it's very logical and understandable. At least it's understandable and logical to me, and I don't even have a degree in physics. It's RTS that can't seem to provide the calculations that I ask for. Which obviously means, it can't, meaning, it doesn't work. I'll also point out that by not answering the questions and going off on an expository bent, you now have even more questions to answer.

And, finally:

T17 I asked for a specific example where experiment disagree with current theory. The first time back on the first of January, in post #9. Your continued non-answer is again noted and is becoming rather revealing.