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Egyptians' Spacetime EXACTLY like today's Science
Today's big bang and singularity theory existed long ago. The Greek's called the big bang Chaos. The Egyptians/Greeks where the 1st highly evolved nation in mathematics/geometry (Pythagorean). They called the singularity the Monad (and God). And their tensors are EXACTLY as today's tensors. http://en.wikipedi... 19 Jul 2010 09:08
The weight of a singularity
How much does the center of a black hole weigh if there is infinite gravity strength there? Mitch Raemsch ... 19 Jul 2010 22:23
point particle vs particle with structure
On Jul 18, 5:38 pm, john <vega...(a)> wrote: Clearly the idea of a distinct particle being nothing more that a point is untenable. How can a point have any attributes at all? Why would one point be any different from another point? Yet when I suggest an electron has structure and a dy... 22 Jul 2010 11:25
Absolute motion in kinetic theory
On Jul 19, 11:47 am, Paul Stowe <theaether...(a)> wrote: On Jul 18, 10:58 am, colp <c...(a)> wrote: On Jul 19, 3:42 am, Paul Stowe <theaether...(a)> wrote: On Jul 17, 10:49 pm, colp <c...(a)> wrote: On Jul 18, 3:53 pm, Paul Stowe <theaether...@g... 19 Jul 2010 01:39
Preferred Frame Theory supported by Hafele-Keating experiment
On Jul 19, 10:58 am, "whoever" <whoe...(a)> wrote: "colp"  wrote in message news:adf76654-bc48-4c0d-83ed-cf8399415565(a) So in your world refusing to accept the argument that I am wrong I totally accept that you are wrong .. it is well proven already. Jus... 21 Jul 2010 20:14
Properties of a preferred frame, an inertial frame in SR and
Hayek says... How about : the frame where a clock runs fastest. What does that mean? If two clocks are at rest relative to one another, then you can compare their rates directly. If they are in motion relative to one another, you can only compare their rates relative to a standard for simultaneity. Let me ... 1 Aug 2010 10:30
Superfluid universe.
Hi Fred and all. On Jul 16, 10:54 pm, "FrediFizzx" <fredifi...(a)> wrote: I have been studying a recent paper by Volovik, It is kind of a condensed version of his book "The Universe in a Helium Droplet" with some updates from what he was thinking since when h... 21 Jul 2010 08:04
Flow over flow
The dark immaterial is flowing over flowing energy. There is one flow of time and multiple flows of space. There is a flow center of gravity. Mitch Raemsch ... 18 Jul 2010 00:56
Properties of a preferred frame, an inertial frame in SR andan inertial frame in IRT
Inertial wrote: "kenseto" wrote in message news:305c986a-0096-4cdd-b8c6-5c2722776b27(a) On Jul 17, 8:42 am, "Inertial" <relativ...(a)> wrote: "kenseto" wrote in message news:9b9c3717-4960-49c7-a0b1-27efec9f8d01(a) ... 17 Jul 2010 15:14
"Emergent Gravitation" and Collective Hysteria
On Jul 17, 1:54 am, Mr. X at sci.physics.foundations wrote: Anyways, I like the idea that gravity is emergent from this concept. For me, I see matter as being less [pressurized?] than the quantum vacuum and it is simply the result of matter presenting less pressure compared to the pressure of the quant... 21 Jul 2010 14:44
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