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dimazin
Posted: Feb 13 2012, 12:39 PM


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T^2 = t^2 + t'^2


T - general time
t - time of expectation
t' - time of absolute motion
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Posted: Feb 13 2012, 04:45 PM


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It doesn't seem to be a very general law, meaning that it does not seem to apply to any number of physical situations I have imagined. How is it used?


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Posted: Feb 13 2012, 06:39 PM


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QUOTE (dimazin @ Feb 13 2012, 12:39 PM)
T^2 = t^2 + t'^2


T - general time
t - time of expectation
t' - time of absolute motion

Why are the attributes squared?
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Posted: Feb 13 2012, 06:39 PM


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QUOTE (rpenner @ Feb 13 2012, 11:45 AM)
It doesn't seem to be a very general law, meaning that it does not seem to apply to any number of physical situations I have imagined. How is it used?

Hi repnner:

Are you back moderating or just making a posts? Anyway it's good to see you back here. I know you probably aren't thrilled with some of the thoughts I post about, but I respect the knowledge you bring to this forum.

Maxila

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dimazin
Posted: Feb 13 2012, 06:43 PM


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QUOTE (rpenner @ Feb 13 2012, 04:45 PM)
It doesn't seem to be a very general law, meaning that it does not seem to apply to any number of physical situations I have imagined. How is it used?

Any cases.Time is quantity of motion and quantity of expectation.Earth has motion and expectation.Photons have only quantity of motion(overcome distance/c).Overcome distance/c is quantity of motion for any object(it is time of motion with absolute speed).We can consider slow motion as nano motions at 'c' and expectations.
For example object with gamma factor=2 has 0.5 second of time of expectation per 1 second of general time and (3/4)^1/2 second of time of absolute motion per 1 second of general time. 0.25 +0.75=1
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QUOTE (dimazin @ Feb 13 2012, 06:43 PM)
Any cases.Time is quantity of motion and quantity of expectation.Earth has motion and expectation.Photons have only quantity of motion(overcome distance/c).Overcome distance/c  is quantity of motion for any object(it is time of motion with absolute speed).We can consider slow motion as nano motions at 'c' and  expectations.
For example object with gamma factor=2 has 0.5 second of time of expectation per 1 second of general time and (3/4)^1/2 second of time of absolute motion per 1 second of general time.  0.25 +0.75=1

(3/4)^1/2 does not equal 0.75!
How do you apportion time periods to these attributes. For once you think about it logically you still have square it and then square root it to get it back in seconds and not "per second" as you quoted.
So if an event was half the time motion and half expectation.
1/2^2 + 1/2^2 = 0.5
sqrt(0.5) = 0.707106781 and that is in seconds. So what does 0.707106781
seconds mean?

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As usual from dim, word salad.


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QUOTE (Robittybob1 @ Feb 13 2012, 06:55 PM)
(3/4)^1/2 does not equal 0.75!

[(3/4)^1/2]^2 eguals 0.75 tongue.gif
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QUOTE (dimazin @ Feb 13 2012, 07:09 PM)
[(3/4)^1/2]^2 equals 0.75 tongue.gif

This seems a prime candidate to bring in Occam's Razor. Introducing unnecessary complexity!
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QUOTE (AlexG @ Feb 13 2012, 07:07 PM)
As usual from dim, word salad.

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QUOTE (Robittybob1 @ Feb 13 2012, 07:13 PM)
This seems a prime candidate to bring in Occam's Razor. Introducing unnecessary complexity!

I think the unnecessary complexity is way to understanding of time.
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Posted: Feb 15 2012, 12:00 AM


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Time (seconds, minutes, hours, etc.) as we relate to it is nothing more than a measure of change. Time should be replaced by new word which represents the CHANGE in our reality. Think about this. "One hour ago" only represents an increment of change but of what? What is time? If we count the number of steps we take what are we measuring? Are we walking in a straight line or a circle? It tells us nothing but how far we walked. Yesterday had an exact location of every atom in the Universe. In order to go back to yesterday we would have to put every atom in the universe exactly where they were YESTERDAY. Otherwise, we are only altering TODAY.
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QUOTE (Larryde2003 @ Feb 15 2012, 12:00 AM)
Time (seconds, minutes, hours, etc.) as we relate to it is nothing more than a measure of change. Time should be replaced by new word which represents the CHANGE in our reality. Think about this. "One hour ago" only represents an increment of change but of what? What is time? If we count the number of steps we take what are we measuring? Are we walking in a straight line or a circle? It tells us nothing but how far we walked. Yesterday had an exact location of every atom in the Universe. In order to go back to yesterday we would have to put every atom in the universe exactly where they were YESTERDAY. Otherwise, we are only altering TODAY.

Theory without laws. laugh.gif
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Posted: Feb 16 2012, 01:22 AM


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No, just common sense.
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Posted: Feb 16 2012, 12:49 PM


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QUOTE (Larryde2003 @ Feb 16 2012, 01:22 AM)
No, just common sense.

If your enemies can't use your common sense,then it is really common sense. rolleyes.gif
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