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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #25 on: 27/02/2006 13:13:03 »
So are you saying that the observable universe is just 1 tiny part of the surface? That the entire universe may be a toroidal version of Larry Niven's Ringworld?
 

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #26 on: 27/02/2006 14:38:14 »
Dear Soul Surfer;

 
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Note: This analysis requires No new physics, just standard relativity quantum theory and GRAVITY


 The please sir, Explain to all of us the particle / energy source and pattern of this gravitational fields of force that you call standard.

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #27 on: 27/02/2006 14:51:12 »


Sorry: I forgot Soul surfer is not talking to Me, But Please someone out answer my question!!!!!!

So I may understand this posting
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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #28 on: 06/03/2006 09:30:35 »
Sorry I am not sure I understand your question G-1 could you please rephrase it and put in a bit more intermediate thinking

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #29 on: 06/03/2006 13:32:28 »
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Originally posted by Soul Surfer

Sorry I am not sure I understand your question G-1 could you please rephrase it and put in a bit more intermediate thinking

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All that I want to know is;

 [ What you are calling STANDERD Gravity in your lines that says;

NOTE: This analysis requires NO new physics. Just standard relativity quantum theory and gravity.]


Also can your standerd gravity state its' orgin particle / energy source and its' field pattern.

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #30 on: 06/03/2006 18:30:04 »
By that I meant current, commonly accepted and experimentally verified aspects of all the physical sciences.  Nothing new, so just consult a physics and mathematics textbook to find your detailed answers.

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #31 on: 24/08/2006 02:42:04 »
I know it's 6 months late, but ...

Ian - going back to your original postings above - what about the Unruh effect (due to the centripetal acceleration) - wouldn't the particles in the toroidal structure be bathed in fairly intense heat?
 

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #32 on: 24/08/2006 09:06:32 »
Yes, initially the temperature would go up to increedible values but this energy would probably be used to create more paritcles and thus cool the whole thing down as the particles settle down into their spiral orbits together with the photons that happen to be going the same way  the particles and photons can't be going at exactly the same speed but the differences will be related to the energy differences beteeen them  ie the temeperature.

I'm glad you brought this topic back  because I think there ar some stirrings from the theoretical physicists in this area

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Re: The view from a ring singularity?
« Reply #33 on: 03/09/2006 17:46:55 »
Maybe I haven't made it quite clear the thinking behind this is that is a semi classical prcess that could show that something can appear to be very small and high energy in some dimensions and be cold and large in other dimensions  simultaneously.

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