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Author Topic: Does time dilation alter the rate at which a body accelerates to light-speed?  (Read 8878 times)

Offline yor_on

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Well Mike :)
You have a point, but from the local frame of reference your 'clock' have only one measure. And the only way you can confirm all other clocks are relative your local. The same goes for all experiments that you personally can confirm by doing them yourself.

So in that frame of reference 'the arrow' never change.
 

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hey guys, any body here know why superconductors are not used to make perpetual motion.

look it up, the science is all there.

P.S. already patented the idea (suckers).

 

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Sound sort of mental?
As in a mental exercise maybe :)

And congratulations on slipping through a 'perpetual motion machine' in the patent office.
I'm sure they will take a new look on it as they see your conclusion.
 

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