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From Einstein law I got a clue?
« on: 21/01/2009 05:43:36 »
from the equation e=
Mc2
 I substitued my equation from his equation I got the value of gravitation force that was g=
1 and I was shocked but he did not said about gravity in this theory ,
Then I got him .

According to his formula and mine I had cought that the vaccum has the gravity 1
And he did not mentioned his his reasearch book. Finally I got him.
I am very anxious about his theory.
I love his theory.


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Raghavendra hiremath g
 


 

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« Reply #1 on: 21/01/2009 07:48:13 »
How old are you? 3y.o?
Why don't you give away your formula? All I know is that Vacuums have no mass (m). Meaning that they would have no 'g' unless there is a mass nearby. Then the gravity force acting through a vacuum would depend on the object's mass.

So what are you talking about?
 

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« Reply #2 on: 21/01/2009 08:02:24 »
Lol... :D :D :D :D 
How old are you? 3y.o?
 

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« Reply #3 on: 21/01/2009 10:48:15 »
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How old are you? 3y.o?
Why don't you give away your formula? All I know is that Vacuums have no mass (m). Meaning that they would have no 'g' unless there is a mass nearby. Then the gravity force acting through a vacuum would depend on the object's mass.

So what are you talking about?
you are wrong dude actually without gravity there is a mass but it cannot be found unless there is a gravity. Where did you left the energy?
When there is mass there is no energy even gravity. When there is no gravity there is a mass of unknown.

 I think u should better be in 1st standard.

Bye dude
 

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« Reply #4 on: 21/01/2009 11:08:43 »
You should read around more before you start holding forth on this sort of thing. You just trivialise it with your statements.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 21/01/2009 13:47:40 »
All I know is that Vacuums have no mass (m).

What about an accelerating vacuum?
 

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« Reply #6 on: 21/01/2009 15:03:00 »
from the equation e=
Mc2
 I substitued my equation from his equation I got the value of gravitation force that was g=
1 and I was shocked but he did not said about gravity in this theory ,
Then I got him .

According to his formula and mine I had cought that the vaccum has the gravity 1
And he did not mentioned his his reasearch book. Finally I got him.
I am very anxious about his theory.
I love his theory.


Regards
Raghavendra hiremath g
 

HI !! Raghavendra  my name is Kiran.. well lol How can u do this .?? How on earth u can join Relativity and Newtons laws of gravitation ??

ok !! if u say u can compare General Relativity with Newtons law of gravitation ??
 
only the difference is Force is consequence  of Geometry  .?? And Newton's law says that force @ a distance ???

F=m1m2/r^2 and E=mc^2  and along with u r unknown equation ???
and A.Einstein did said about gravity in his theory of relativity ...??

LOL!! u got g=1 ??? with out mass ??? .... in vacuum heheh lol  u r equation must be from higher dimension ??...
oh yeah and gravitons do travel higher dimensions ??
I would love to prove u wrong if its wrong ???...... could u tell me what u r equation says???
let me guess ??
U might have done like this ??

E=mc^2 ......(1)
m=E/c^2...........(2)

Fg=M1M2/r^2....(3)
   = (E1/c^2)(E2/c^2)/r^2...... From (2)
   = 1/(c^2.r^2).{E1E2}
With this u r Equation ???

 

 

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« Reply #7 on: 21/01/2009 15:12:10 »
from the equation e=
Mc2
 I substitued my equation from his equation I got the value of gravitation force that was g=
1 and I was shocked but he did not said about gravity in this theory ,
Then I got him .

According to his formula and mine I had cought that the vaccum has the gravity 1
And he did not mentioned his his reasearch book. Finally I got him.
I am very anxious about his theory.
I love his theory.


Regards
Raghavendra hiremath g
 

No way ?? G=1 ?? oh man it must have mass larger then mount Everest to have g=1 ???  OH or might be energy ?? what the heck ?? 

but energy don't have property to hold on gravitons ?? hahah yours is big blunder ??
No mass no energy??? u must be from higher dimension creature ?? LOL ... U r mistake ?? U r wrong ?? Without mass ?? so, how much mass did u  substituted ?? m=0 lol ????
then E=0 ?? u r age must be 9 years old >>?? or less than that ??
 

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« Reply #8 on: 21/01/2009 23:40:15 »
How old are you? 3y.o?
Wow he/she must be very smart to be communicating in that way.
 

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« Reply #9 on: 22/01/2009 06:45:35 »
I think demadone was talking to raghavendra.
 

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« Reply #10 on: 22/01/2009 07:52:41 »
An accelerating vacuum. Doesn't sound real to me. I would probably debate it with who ever came up with it. If you are talking about dark energy, I believe it doesn't have to accelerate itself. It's to me just a medium which allows matter to accelerate infinitely unless controlled by dark matter or attainment of the speed of light (which only happens at event horizons).
 

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« Reply #11 on: 22/01/2009 13:19:42 »
An accelerating vacuum. Doesn't sound real to me. I would probably debate it with who ever came up with it. If you are talking about dark energy, I believe it doesn't have to accelerate itself. It's to me just a medium which allows matter to accelerate infinitely unless controlled by dark matter or attainment of the speed of light (which only happens at event horizons).

Yeah!! it's not DarkEnergy cos energy can't hold on to gravitons !?? so, his way of approach  to the subject might be wrong ??
 

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