That's fine: a quick trip to the encyclopaedia. But I believe that if I am going to reference someone to support my own theory I should be reasonably familiar with that person's work? I can't just search for science quotes out-of-context? You would not endorse someone who knows little about the Bible pulling down isolated Bible passages from Wikipedia to support their own line? I'm not implying you are doing that, because you do appear to know the Bible. But the fact is the scientists you quote would almost certainly not endorse the use of their names to support Matrixism. Imo @Geo there is a 'reply' button at the bottom right of each post. To reply to that post, press the button and the post will appear between quotes in your own 'post reply' box at the bottom of your page. Add your reply after the end quote, then post your reply as normal. Alternatively you can highlight an isolated section from the post you want to respond to and use the 'reply' button that pops up below the highlighted section.