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solar cells transfer gravity wave into current all the time. green leaves transfer gravity wave into food.

Repeating an obvious untruth won't make it true, or even amusing.

are you talking about qm? graviton or photon? I told you long ago.
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New Theories / Re: Are gravitation and electromagnetism related?
« Last post by ernst39 on Today at 09:05:34 »
Yeah, but  you've defined reasonable people as those people who agree with you
Where do you find that "definition"?

A friend of mine was over this Saturday. I showed him your paper and he agreed with me that it was written by a crackpot. And this friend is far from being just your average everyday physicist. He's last years winner of the Kavli prize in Astrophysics: http://www.kavlifoundation.org/kavli-prize
Thank your friend in my name for the evaluation of my text.
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solar cells transfer gravity wave into current all the time. green leaves transfer gravity wave into food.

Repeating an obvious untruth won't make it true, or even amusing.
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I am going to try to dig a bit deeper into this one. I have no idea where I will find any information but if I get anything I'll post it here.
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New Theories / Re: Lambert's Cosine Law
« Last post by jeffreyH on Today at 07:33:39 »
While it would be useful to determine if d is a constant in this situation it would not help with determining anything relating to a black hole. It is escape velocity that we need to relate to density to determine if quantization can explain the effects on light. There would need to be a reformulation of the escape velocity equation to relate it to the same surface density. Both situations could then be examined. Along with the relationship between gravitational acceleration and escape velocity. The next step is the reformulation of the escape velocity equation.
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Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: Gravity / Dark Matter ?
« Last post by PmbPhy on Today at 04:33:54 »
Quote from: wadegardner
I believe that in order to understand gravity and/or dark matter, one may be able to look into our own backyard.
That is incorrect for the reasons I'll explain below.

Quote from: wadegardner
1) Take for instance a re-inforced steel habitat that is build for humans to live in deep in the ocean.
The deep ocean isn't exactly the same as my backyard now, is it?

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2) Now quantify the the gravity exerted on a human (g-forces and weight) and space craft ...
Also not like my backyard since I don't feel forces greater than 1-g in my backyard.

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3) Consider the micro gravity of living on the space station or walking on a space craft as it orbits the earth and the air pressure that is needed to sustain that habitat.
The places where a spacecraft experiences microgravity isn't the same as my backyard either, is it?

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4) In our own backyard we should be able to examine this spectrum ...
And how do we do that since those things are not like our backyard nor do they occur in our backyard?

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from one end to the other and potentially quantify these differences on paper on paper and potentially map out what gravity / dark matter is in a formula that will fit the bigger picture or come close to it with a few differences that can be ironed out with reasoning and logic and be proven as it always has in the past.  ...
Since we can't take measurements in our backyard that will yield the same data as that described above we can't do that either.

For example; dark matter can only be detected by observing the rotation curves of galaxies and that can't be done in any backyard. We also can't observe how gravity varies with the distance from the center of the Earth if we never leave our backyard.
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Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Gravity / Dark Matter ?
« Last post by wadegardner on Today at 03:44:39 »
I believe that in order to understand gravity and/or dark matter, one may be able to look into our own backyard. 

1) Take for instance a re-inforced steel habitat that is build for humans to live in deep in the ocean.  There is a great amount of pressure that is on the outside of this habitat and, the steel withstands the pressures from the depths.  The air/oxygen on the inside has to be pressurized. 

2) Now quantify the the gravity exerted on a human (g-forces and weight) and space craft as it is leaving the ground and then eventually escaping earths gravitational pull.

3) Consider the micro gravity of living on the space station or walking on a space craft as it orbits the earth and the air pressure that is needed to sustain that habitat.

4) In our own backyard we should be able to examine this spectrum from one end to the other and potentially quantify these differences on paper and potentially map out what gravity / dark matter is in a formula that will fit the bigger picture or come close to it with a few differences that can be ironed out with reasoning and logic and be proven as it always has in the past. 

I am simplifying what can be done in understandable terms.  I feel as though one does not have to look into space for something that takes place on earth where we live.  If there are any brainstorming questions out there, I hope I can help to better put this into perspective. 

I posted this idea on yahoo twice but it was deleted.  I am not certain why.   
 
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New Theories / Re: Are gravitation and electromagnetism related?
« Last post by PmbPhy on Today at 02:26:36 »
Quote from: ernst39
I agree with you.  I have no problems to discuss with reasonable people who have differing views and/or a different background than me, but I assume that a serious discussion requires  a minimum of respect.
Yeah, but  you've defined reasonable people as those people who agree with you and that's the problem. The fact is that I'm a very reasonable person when it comes to discussing physics. When it comes to people who insult me because I disagree with them then its a whole new ball of wax. And while I can't speak for others I can speak for myself and in my case I respect others until they stop being respectful to me because I prove them wrong or disagree with them and that's the case here.

A friend of mine was over this Saturday. I showed him your paper and he agreed with me that it was written by a crackpot. And this friend is far from being just your average everyday physicist. He's last years winner of the Kavli prize in Astrophysics: http://www.kavlifoundation.org/kavli-prize
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Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: The Pseudosciences
« Last post by PmbPhy on Today at 01:56:27 »
Quote from: David Cooper
They were created before they had any contact with Judeo-Christian religions, so your objection is not relevant.
I guess you're right. Damn! I hate it when I'm wrong. Lol!!

Yes. That argument is invalid. However my argument being wrong does not mean that alancalverd's objection is correct either. In fact when it comes to the Nazca culture he turns out to be quite wrong in fact. See: http://www.ancient.eu/Nazca_Civilization/
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The principal Nazca god seems to have been the Oculate Being who is represented in art as a flying deity figure wearing strings of trophy-heads.
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the most beautiful thing in the universe is not mystery, but your mind.

without mind, there's nothing.
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