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Can time freeze in space?
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amrit
Posted on Aug 14 2006, 02:24 PM


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nature is not tricky at all
nature is simple
our mind is tricky


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The universe is in a continuous change. A change n gets transformed into a change n+1, the change n+1 into a change n+2 and so on. Clocks measure a frequency, velocity and numerical order of change. Changes do not occur in time, changes occur in space only. Time is not a part of space. In the space there is no past and no future. Past and future belong to the inner time that is a result of neuronal activity of the brain.
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Sphinx
Posted on Aug 16 2006, 06:00 AM


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The faster you travel, the slower your time goes. To stop tiem you must travel exactly at the speed of light, that is frozen time.
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Turya
Posted on Aug 16 2006, 11:47 AM


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QUOTE (amrit @ Aug 14 2006, 02:24 PM)
nature is not tricky at all
nature is simple

That's for sure but you must have a very open child-mind (which is highest form of it) to SEE because eye is even most tricky than mind.
So motion is not time in space - time is dynamics of all cosmic levels themselves.
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savvys84
Posted on Apr 22 2012, 09:20 AM


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Yes time dilation and freezing is possible
as i discovered thru my own research
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Whitewolf4869
Posted on Apr 22 2012, 02:39 PM


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Who are you talking too?
They all went home! laugh.gif


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AlexG
Posted on Apr 23 2012, 06:23 AM


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QUOTE (savvys84 @ Apr 22 2012, 04:20 AM)
Yes time dilation and freezing is possible
as i discovered thru my own research

Frozen time is why this dip responded to a 6 year old post.


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Posted on Apr 23 2012, 09:09 AM


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QUOTE (AlexG @ Apr 23 2012, 06:23 AM)
Frozen time is why this dip responded to a 6 year old post.

@Alex - nothing will make you happy. You miss the old forum, and then complain if someone post to an old thread. Don't worry be happy.
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flyingbuttressman
Posted on Apr 23 2012, 11:43 AM


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QUOTE (Robittybob1 @ Apr 23 2012, 05:09 AM)
@Alex - nothing will make you happy. You miss the old forum, and then complain if someone post to an old thread. Don't worry be happy.

It's forum etiquette. You don't revive old posts for no reason, especially not to answer half-decade-old questions.


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Posted on Apr 23 2012, 02:52 PM


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QUOTE (AlphaNumeric @ Jun 22 2006, 04:45 PM)
No you won't. Just because the gravity is strong doesn't mean that you'll be accelerated to light speed.

No matter the gravity, you cannot be accelerated to light speed and just because the space-time curvature is so much light cannot escape doesn't mean that the 'gravity' of the black hole at it's event horizon is extreme. The surface gravity for a Schwarzchild black hole is (in natural units) g = 1/4M, where M is the black hole mass. For a HUGE black hole the gravity at it's event horizon is hardly noticable, yet light cannot escape. It's a strange result.

I know this old . I am just seeing it for the first time . This puts the image of a boat just before it falls off a waterfall . Like dragging the bottom of the river while water rushes by. I know it is not the same , but that was the image I got from Alphies quote . Drag comes to mind and light is not subject to the drag
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Mekigal
Posted on Apr 23 2012, 03:03 PM


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What do you all think it would take to blow up a big black hole ? What could could you use for trigger , or a primer ? I bet that would be one big bang !! Yohza!
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synthsin75
Posted on Apr 23 2012, 10:52 PM


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QUOTE (Whistleblower @ Apr 23 2012, 04:48 PM)
He just deletes all 'inconvenient' references to his unconscionable bhaviour and then says the whistleblower is harassing readers of the board.

No, he is just hoping that someone who was rightfully banned will eventually be an adult and quit sulking about it. Barring such maturity, the moderator has an obligation to keep banned members from trolling the forum.


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Posted on Apr 23 2012, 11:44 PM


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QUOTE (Guest @ Apr 23 2012, 05:09 PM)
Oh, rpenner and his sycophantic parrots are allowed to act like spoilt children complete with infantile ego and prejudices, and are allowed to avoid answering the actual points of questions by simply by being allowed to run way from them and when that is no longer tenable then the questioner and the question is made to 'conveniently disappear' as if they never were?

You don't get it. You've lost any right to pose questions, and all by your own doing, TWICE! Be a man. Get over it, instead of ranting like a spoiled child.

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Be an adult and live with the agreement you entered into by using this service. Oh wait, I forgot, you are a troll, with absolutely no compunction against demonstrating your lack of integrity.


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QUOTE (Whistleblowing @ Apr 23 2012, 07:36 PM)
Unless you UNban RealityCheck, the forum and any passersby will be continuously made aware of your unconscionable and anti-science-discourse conduct.

Extortion by trolling. Is that the kind of person you REALLY are?


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Posted on Apr 24 2012, 02:49 AM


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QUOTE (Guest @ Apr 23 2012, 08:23 PM)
First you claim that only "approved" posters can ask science questions on a science site!


I never said "approved". But sure, in the sense that they may be a legit poster who hasn't already squandered all of their chances/warnings before being permanently banned.

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Now you call speaking up for one's rights and whistleblowing in the open forum "extortion" and "trolling"?


What rights? Show me in the user agreement or terms of use where you are guaranteed ANY rights. You've subverted a legitimate banning and are now violating your own agreement.

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Only UNbanning RealityCheck will redress the unfair treatment....anything short of that is just reinforcing your and rpenner's tactics of prejudicially and unscientificallt removing rights from a genuine poster who asked questions from which you and others ran away and then resorted to deleting/banning for your own ends and then blaming the victim.


I answered much more of your nonsense than was probably reasonable. Just because you've refused to accept answers doesn't mean they weren't given.


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No extortion. Just fair request to regain the rights so unconscionably taken away...


I've yet to see any request, which would imply accepting the answer to such a request. What I have seen is threats to continue to troll indefinitely if you don't get you way.




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Posted on Apr 24 2012, 03:01 AM


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Wow, this is just getting pitiful.


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