That is completely and demonstrably false. In case you needed a reminder the questions I asked were:

1) Derive the Schiff precession rate for the Gravity Probe B set-up and show that it is consistent with the published measurements (

http://einstein.stanford.edu/highlights/status1.html)

2) Predict the precession rate you'd expect to see around the SMBH at the galactic core

3) Derive the expected rotation curves for our galaxy and show that it is consistent with measurements

4) Use the same model as above to account for Dragonfly 44

5) Derive the distance luminosity relationship for type Ia supernovae and show that this is consistent with observations

6) Show how your ideas lead to the characteristic structure in the power spectrum of the CMB (the BAO)

7) Show how your ideas account for the observed elemental abundances in the universe and show that this is consistent with stellar nucleosynthesis.

I also gave you an alternative option:

Retract your claims and present something you can justify and defend