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Mike Banks

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My simple Model to support new theory at post 315736. Have fun
« on: 16/07/2010 23:15:05 »
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Model for the Clock Chaos and Harmony Theory by Mike Banks. (sorry I'm not able to paste my model from my word doc into this space so please imagine three circles. Each represents a continual loop of events, ta.

Time is only relevant when you have a Finite amount. The Universe has no such perception as it created the laws to defy time and self perpetuate its own existence. (Mike Banks Jul 2010)

Outer circle    →→→→ 1. Singularity →→→→→→ 2. Mass + Energy →→→→→→→ 3.Expansion →→→→→→ 4. Gravity →→→→→→→ 1.

Middle Circle  →→→→→→→→ 1. Chaos →→→→→→→→→→→→→ 2. Sync →→→→→→→→→→→→→→ 3. Harmony →→→→→→→→ 1.

Inner Circle    →→→→→→→→ 1. Time →→→→→→→→→→→→→→ 2. Conditions →→→→→→→→ 3. Life →→→→→→→→→→→ 1.

1.  Outer circle creates environment.
2.  Middle Circle operates as a consequence and in conjunction with outer circle.
3.  Inner circle only operates when sync permits (Time only becomes of any relevance within this circle)

This is just a simple model and I'm sure it could be padded out with many more circles. that would interact in a more detailed manner to demonstrate the theory. These just seem the most fundamental.
So that's the hard part. Having the Ericka moment, coming up with a theory and making a model to support it. Easy part to follow, just prove it. Oh dear haddent thought that far ahead. So if anyone wants to pitchin and help feel free to have a play with the model. Right then were is that beginners book on physics.

So in the words of one of my favourate songs 'Out of the Dark, into the Light' (Falco)

« Last Edit: 17/07/2010 18:34:44 by Mike Banks »

jensable

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« Reply #1 on: 17/07/2010 20:58:16 »
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jensable

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« Reply #2 on: 17/07/2010 21:23:53 »
I enjoyed reading your pendulum theory. Many of the PAID experts introduce THEORIES also. Facts don't change!
A new book (The Constant Recycling of the Universe) is available at Barns & Noble. In a parallel subject as yours, explains that in an expanding universe time will slow down ( The Pendulum will have a little bit farther to travel at each swing.) Light speed is constant so the earth can expand and light speed will still be 7-1/2 times around the earth in one second. Hence our yard stick expands in synce. This opens up a path for a recycling theory. Interesting!
Best- jensable

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My simple Model to support new theory at post 315736. Have fun
« Reply #3 on: 17/07/2010 23:07:16 »
Erm? You wouldn't happen to be the author of said book by any chance?

Mike Banks

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« Reply #4 on: 18/07/2010 00:36:30 »
Hi Jensable, thanks for your thoughts and comments. Glad you enjoyed the article, it is purely from a laymans point of view and what appears to me to be obvious, even if that doesn't completely fit the current theory's. I consider the wheel within wheels model I've done, sorry i couldn't paste it, to be a good way of highlighting my view point all be it very basic, but it is just a concept. You would appear to have more knowledge than me, which would not be hard to be honest. However, it has prompted me to look at the subject in more depth. It certainly entertains my staff. Ive, just started to read E=mc2 by Brian Cox & Jeff Forshaw. Already after the first few pages I feel Ive gained some basic Knowledge. I will certainly look at the books you and others have mentioned. As i learn more maybe I'll be able to evolve my theory with more detail and layers. Ta

Geezer so cynical.

jensable

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« Reply #5 on: 28/07/2010 18:01:21 »
Rodger Geezer! The subject is much more interesting than the sourse. (Sorry about the late reply, i've been out of town.)

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