Dr. Neppe and I have received comments on our work from people in all walks of life from all over the world. Many of the comments are very interesting. We plan to publish some of them in a book tentatively entitled 'The Answer'. A comment I received recently from a member of a theoretical physics group is very interesting because it raises a legitimate and important point that I think is worth sharing here. (The person sending the comment is not named here because I would not do that without his permission.)
Then it's "not measurable",
Therefore it's NOT PHYSICS !
Thank you for your comment. It may surprise you to learn that I actually agree with you to the extent that simply put, physics as one of the original ‘natural’ sciences, is defined as the study of matter and energy interacting in space and time. That physics is a very simple science that allows us to predict the future positions of bodies in motion to some degree of accuracy, but even falters when confronted with the three-body problem, and can’t touch most of the real problems facing humanity.