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Dr Cresswell
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Message 62 of 202 (53249)
09-01-2003 2:39 PM
Reply to: Message 50 by Alan Cresswell
09-01-2003 6:57 AM


quote:
I will e-mail an attachment. Just ask.

I didn't ask, and don't open unsolicited email attachments (especially if they're Word files) so I haven't looked at it. Not that I'm expecting it to be any more comprehensible than the rest of the stuff on your site.

Alan


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Alan Cresswell
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Message 63 of 202 (53251)
09-01-2003 2:45 PM
Reply to: Message 60 by Dr Cresswell
09-01-2003 2:35 PM


I have a twin brother with a doctorate in nuclear physics. He was dull company in the womb. The intervening 65 years have not increased his intellectual powers either. Like you he was a 'what to think man'.
He could never handle the 'why' and 'how' of it.
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Alan Cresswell
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Message 64 of 202 (53252)
09-01-2003 2:53 PM
Reply to: Message 62 by Dr Cresswell
09-01-2003 2:39 PM


I did not e-mail the design drawing to you. I did not consider that you would be capable of handling a mechanical engineering mechanism.
It was a judgement made by viewing your thread history.
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Dr Cresswell
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Message 65 of 202 (53259)
09-01-2003 3:23 PM
Reply to: Message 64 by Alan Cresswell
09-01-2003 2:53 PM


quote:
I did not e-mail the design drawing to you
As I said, I never opened the file but I got an email with an attachment ("swash plate drive 2.doc") described as a preview of a new item. I simply assumed this was what you were refering to in your earlier post today. My apologies if I got this wrong.

Alan


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doctrbill
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Message 66 of 202 (53260)
09-01-2003 3:29 PM
Reply to: Message 64 by Alan Cresswell
09-01-2003 2:53 PM


Alan Cresswell writes:

I did not e-mail the design drawing to you. I did not consider that you would be capable of handling a mechanical engineering mechanism.


Don't you mean to say, "mechanical drawing"?
To call it "engineering" might be preposterous.

It was a judgement made by viewing your thread history.

What do you hope to gain by this insult?

I just just reviewed your website. I am primarily impressed by your hostility toward the people who create and maintain the technology which makes our world go 'round.

If your Perpetual Motion machines are so useful, why don't you power your car with them?

What is your degree, exactly? Sounds like you harbor a degree of sibling rivalry. Sounds like your brother has reason to remain aloof of your PM fantasies.

Build them. Sell them. Then you can exult in our ignorance; but only then.

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"I was very unwilling to give up my belief." Charles Darwin.


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Alan Cresswell
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Message 67 of 202 (53281)
09-01-2003 5:40 PM
Reply to: Message 66 by doctrbill
09-01-2003 3:29 PM


This is most unfair of you. I dare not attack a Sunday School Teacher from the US of A. I might incur the wrath of your God and he would throw heebie jeebie devils into my design DRAWINGS.
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Percy
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Message 68 of 202 (53298)
09-01-2003 6:56 PM
Reply to: Message 61 by Alan Cresswell
09-01-2003 2:39 PM


Hi Alan Cresswell,

Since you didn't quote what you were replying to, and since you replied very briefly, it was difficult to tell how your reply related to the points of my previous message. Doing the best I can:

No. Energy of spinning flywheel = Mv^2 and WAtts not Nm.

I think this is a reply to my comment about energy and power being different concepts with different units. Remember, you said this in Message 56:

"The SPINNING DOWN of this entity is Power (HEAT) output."

You can't equate heat and power. They are two different concepts. One is energy, the other is energy per unit time.

Moving on:

No again and that is why I took the time to put in Diagram 9-1.

I can't tell what this is a reply to.

Moving on:

The rms velocity of a sine wave is 2Pikf/2 where k is the wavelength.

Okay, but are you sure you're saying the same thing as what I was asking about, where you said this in Message 56:

"The maximum value of a perfect sine wave is ALWAYS root2 x the mean effective. 3 x 10^8 m/s is RMS."

This doesn't sound at all right, because it means you're saying this:

2πλƒ/2 = 3 x 108 meters/second

Substituting values for λ and ƒ for red light:

λ = 700 x 10-9 meters/cycle
ƒ = 428.57 x 1012 cycles/second
2πλƒ/2 = π(700 x 10-9)(428.57 x 1012) =
9.425 x 108 meters/second

Which is not equal to 3 x 108 meters/second, so your equation fails.

--Percy

[Fix math typo. --Percy]

[This message has been edited by Percipient, 09-01-2003]


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Alan Cresswell
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Message 69 of 202 (53462)
09-02-2003 6:01 AM
Reply to: Message 68 by Percy
09-01-2003 6:56 PM


It is driving me nuts but I do not know how to use the 'quote' function.

Your red light question is a cracker. It will take me the rest of the day to rephrase and get back to you on this. Can you send me an excellent spectrum source diagram. As good as the data you have.

I have a feeling that a colour examination will show known shift profiles to be C aether carrier wave, plus or minus the light velocity that is dumped upon it.

If I do not get back today it means I have jumped in where I never intended to go.


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Alan Cresswell
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Message 70 of 202 (53463)
09-02-2003 6:14 AM
Reply to: Message 68 by Percy
09-01-2003 6:56 PM


I have just seen my mistake. I have used WAVELENGTH as an AMPLITUDE.

Of course measured C = f x lambda always but this value shifts about 3 x 10^8 m/s.


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Alan Cresswell
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Message 71 of 202 (53464)
09-02-2003 6:20 AM
Reply to: Message 65 by Dr Cresswell
09-01-2003 3:23 PM


It is I who should apologise. I did send it. I clicked the wrong mail button and never checked the heading. Sorry about that but no harm done, since you never open attachments.
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Dr Cresswell
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Message 72 of 202 (53466)
09-02-2003 6:23 AM
Reply to: Message 70 by Alan Cresswell
09-02-2003 6:14 AM


quote:
Of course measured C = f x lambda always but this value shifts about 3 x 10^8 m/s
Ah, so we can add Einstein to the list of scientists who clearly didn't know what they were talking about.

Alan

PS ... the quote function. To the left of the reply window is a link that says "UBB Code is ON" - click that and you'll get a description of how to do various things in UBB, including quoting (the same page is probably linked to elsewhere, but that's the one I can see at the moment)


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Alan Cresswell
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Message 73 of 202 (53468)
09-02-2003 7:47 AM
Reply to: Message 72 by Dr Cresswell
09-02-2003 6:23 AM


I am trying UBB but cut and paste is beyond me. Managed it once but was amazed when it happened. Scared me.

Yes. Einstein was an inexperienced patent office clerk with delusions of grandeur. He never asked how and why light existed. His relativity delivers mathematical absurdities which physicists disguise as erudite singularities. A double whammy spin doctor shuffle. How to sing Jerusalem with ones head up ones arse.

OK in a university but it does will not wash clean in a Chinese laundry.


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Parasomnium
Member (Idle past 869 days)
Posts: 2191
Joined: 07-15-2003


Message 74 of 202 (53471)
09-02-2003 8:20 AM
Reply to: Message 73 by Alan Cresswell
09-02-2003 7:47 AM


Alan Cresswell writes:

Einstein was an inexperienced patent office clerk with delusions of grandeur.

Of course! How could we not have seen this? Einstein wasn't even capable of inventing perpetual motion machines, after all.

Alan Cresswell writes:

He never asked how and why light existed. His relativity delivers mathematical absurdities which physicists disguise as erudite singularities.

What do you mean "how and why light existed"? I mean, "how"? How many ways are there for light to exist? What kind of question is that? And "why"? Since when is science concerned with why things exist? There's a lot of friction between what you probably want to say and the way you say it. A bit like in your perpetual motion machines, I guess.

And perhaps you could be so kind as to fill us in on the motives of practically every physicist on the planet to disguise Einstein's alleged "mathematical absurdities"?

"Erudite singularities"? You mean like black holes that know a lot? Do you know something about the universe we don't?

Get real.

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"In the beginning the Universe was created. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move." - Douglas N. Adams


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Dr Cresswell
Inactive Member


Message 75 of 202 (53473)
09-02-2003 8:46 AM
Reply to: Message 73 by Alan Cresswell
09-02-2003 7:47 AM


Can I admit here a bit of confusion?

First of all, from earlier in this thread I got the impression you were fairly dismissive of formal education and university qualifications. As I understood what you were saying they supress original thinkers inorder to maintain the status quo. For instance, you said:

quote:
A degree or PhD only guarantees unseemly arrogance and the characteristics of a clockwork parrot.

Now, however, you want to dimiss the scientific input of Einstein because he "was an inexperienced patent office clerk" ... I don't think you can have it both ways. Either the academic system suppresses the ideas of outsiders such as yourself or a mere patent clerk ... or else if an outsider comes up with a great idea that works then academics accept it.

Hmm, now what do you reckon is the reason why the academic establishment rejects your ideas ... because it's a closed shop that doesn't want to be challenged by outsiders or because your ideas are crap?

Alan

(PS, and yes, I know, the early scientific career of Einstein was much more aligned with the academic established than his being a mere patent clerk implies)


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John
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Message 76 of 202 (53485)
09-02-2003 10:08 AM
Reply to: Message 73 by Alan Cresswell
09-02-2003 7:47 AM


quote:
I am trying UBB but cut and paste is beyond me. Managed it once but was amazed when it happened. Scared me.

Hang on... you can manage a perpetual motion machine and you can't manage a cut-n-paste ??????

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