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« Reply #25 on: 07/03/2009 00:51:09 »
Pulsar solution. From the spin calculation on the sun, one gets a spin value of 0.9 revolutions per day an earth type solution, this agrees with current theory for gravitational collapse the result is a mass value equal to the size of the earth. Repeat the process for a binary solution, one gets a spin of 3.71 seconds, it,s close to measured values. Now repeat for a triplet solution and one gets 2.7 milliseconds, not quite a pulsar solution but the mur value is an estimate. Theres always a quadruple solution.
 

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« Reply #26 on: 07/03/2009 18:01:54 »
What on earth are you on about?
 

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« Reply #27 on: 10/03/2009 15:54:55 »
Binary star sytems rotate around each other the colder the stars the faster the spin and a shorter period. Why don't you look on the internet for the shortest period, something to do.
 

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« Reply #28 on: 10/03/2009 22:03:02 »
What on earth are you on about?
 

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« Reply #29 on: 10/03/2009 22:53:20 »
Don't ask him, BC - he'll TELL you!
 

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« Reply #30 on: 11/03/2009 00:48:58 »
Hi SC, you asked me if there was any evidence for the theory, I said none, yor-on has found a link which I didn't know about it's gravitation.org/institute-of- gravity-research/Experiments/experiments.html 
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« Reply #31 on: 11/03/2009 19:25:49 »
Don't ask him, BC - he'll TELL you!
He hasn't so far.
 

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« Reply #32 on: 23/03/2009 20:57:47 »
Things move fast on the internet, that link has been altered already.
 

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« Reply #33 on: 23/03/2009 22:47:09 »
Don't ask him, BC - he'll TELL you!
He hasn't so far.
Still waiting.
 

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« Reply #34 on: 26/03/2009 22:18:02 »
Name the fastest binary spin time and I'll describe the calculation. The result isn't that good. Things are happening chatter on my name on yahoo up by 1.5 million, not so good on google, come on SC start talking to a U.S. university.
 

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« Reply #35 on: 27/03/2009 15:01:14 »
I wouldn't want to appear a loony.
 

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