Will the theory of expected knowledge stand with time?
The expected knowledge: http://arivuu.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/00.pdf
Unlike you, I have limited time to spend online. More importantly, I really am a scientist where you are anything but. Most importantly, I graduated where you never shall and entered the directly related profession.
Your superfluous hypothesis is so far below scientific rigor and academic standards that it could only be the work of an atheist.
Therefore, please quit harassing me with your atheist pseudoscience.
Soundarayanayaki, your theory has more holes in it than a sifter. There is not enough there to amount to a freshman proposal, much less a new scientific theory.
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