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AdminNosy
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Message 136 of 143 (495574)
01-23-2009 12:42 PM
Reply to: Message 134 by thief
01-22-2009 6:58 PM


thief -- stop please
thief -- please do not post to this thread again.
You will be suspended for a day if you do.

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thief
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Message 137 of 143 (495896)
01-24-2009 11:07 PM


Thank you
Before I go...Onifre! message 134 isn't nonsense. It's a concept that was expressed by a scientist performing a science documentary on Albert Einstein.
NosyNed! at the slightest hint of complaint you threaten to suspend people. What (or who) do you think your protecting?
And yes of course, a discussion on expanding time should include some words on the effect of high velocities and their side effects.
Currently I can be found at ControversialForums.com
Farewell

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Message 138 of 143 (495981)
01-25-2009 4:02 PM
Reply to: Message 137 by thief
01-24-2009 11:07 PM


Problem is Thief,
Your posts make no sense. They are not coherent or understandable. And what is the point of your post. It makes no sense.
Since a half dozen or more people on this one thread have complained about your incoherent posts (even after trying to correct your misguided beliefs and knowledge on the subject), many of which have advanced degrees and are specialists in this field of science, we would think you would have caught on and tried to make your posts more understandable and logical.
Instead you insult us and the moderators of the post. What do you think is going to happen?

For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.
Dr. Carl Sagan

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Message 139 of 143 (495987)
01-25-2009 4:17 PM
Reply to: Message 137 by thief
01-24-2009 11:07 PM


1 Day Suspension
Hi thief,
You will not be able to post here for 24 hours. You may decide not to return if you choose. If you do wish to return please familiarise yourself with the Forum Rules. You were suspended for failing to follow "Follow all moderator requests."
Do not post to this thread again. <-- it.

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Agobot
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Message 140 of 143 (495998)
01-25-2009 5:27 PM
Reply to: Message 138 by DevilsAdvocate
01-25-2009 4:02 PM


Devil's Advocate writes:
Problem is Thief,
Your posts make no sense. They are not coherent or understandable. And what is the point of your post. It makes no sense.
Length, time, colour and even mass depend on the observer's frame of reference. When you know how relative these concepts are, i am sure you'll be able to make sense of most of what he was saying in the post below:
thief writes:
So...Geometrical concepts height, width, length,and time are required to understand complex events, and some events calculate to observations that may be difficult to deal with if exposed to them.
At the speed of light, oncoming light sources would color shift, and no light source following you can be seen
See also here:
Special Relativity Simulator - About
thief writes:
You would have to deal with a perceptual warp.
No, you won't. That's one of the postulates of the theory you are describing. Nothing can travel FTL and no material object with mass can travel at the speed of light. One day, if we could utilise energy in quantities like that of the Sun, maybe we could get near the speed of light. But that's pure speculation.
thief writes:
Some believe that time slows as the speed of light is approached.
They don't believe, they are certain.
thief writes:
Would you continue to age?
Yes, but time is relative. It may seem like time passed at its conventional rate for you, but your grand-children might have already died of old age.
thif writes:
A journey through space, would later bring you home to find all the people you knew, to be dead by several hundred years. Your perception of time would be warped.
Right, time is relative.
thief writes:
I can think of one situation where time does not apply.
c?
thief writes:
I am aware that extreme speed or extreme gravity 'warp' our perceptions
onifre writes:
Of what?
Distance, straight line, time, colour, mass.
Edited by Agobot, : No reason given.

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onifre
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Message 141 of 143 (496275)
01-27-2009 11:10 AM
Reply to: Message 140 by Agobot
01-25-2009 5:27 PM


thief writes:
I am aware that extreme speed or extreme gravity 'warp' our perceptions
onifre writes:
Of what?
Abogot writes:
Distance, straight line, time, colour, mass.
If you look at the way it is written, "warp our perception", it becomes nonsensical. Space is "warped" due to mass density thus it affects time, straight lines, color, etc.

"I smoke pot. If this bothers anyone, I suggest you look around at the world in which we live and shut your mouth."--Bill Hicks
"I never knew there was another option other than to question everything"--Noam Chomsky

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change of pressure
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Message 142 of 143 (512113)
06-14-2009 9:05 AM
Reply to: Message 141 by onifre
01-27-2009 11:10 AM


Explaination of the OneSimplePrinciple Model
Explaination of the OneSimplePrinciple Model
From: gadzometer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omgQ6kLlHdE&feature=chann...
check it out!

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Larni
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Message 143 of 143 (512140)
06-14-2009 3:27 PM
Reply to: Message 142 by change of pressure
06-14-2009 9:05 AM


Re: Explaination of the OneSimplePrinciple Model
'When a photon hits a star it leaves a void on the other side of the star'
Tosh.
Next?
He's good at explaining things clearly, though.
Edited by Larni, : Spellink
Edited by Larni, : Sarcasm

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