None of the information I removed was factual- all physical models rely on assumptions, even Newtonian physics. The mathematics of special relativity is only marginally more complicated. Further, the fact that information cannot travel faster than light is a conclusion, not an assumption, of relativity.
I also added a reference to the standard model, which is the most successful theory of physics to date, and should be in the discussion of field theory. Also, do I reply here, or on the relativity talk page? --WLink 09:21, 15 October 2009 (EDT)
I don't have the authority to block for 90/10, so I've lifted the block I gave you, but be aware that that is a blockable offense here. Stop arguing about something which have very clearly been argued to death, and write new articles or improve existing ones. JacobB 16:11, 29 November 2009 (EST)