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Offline socratus

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Epoches and the reference frames.
« on: 09/04/2006 13:50:38 »

1
 Ptolemee considered, that reference frame connected with the Earth
is absolute.
2.
 Copernicus proved, that reference frame connected with the Sun
  is absolute.
3.
 Then they began to consider, that reference frame connected with
 far stars   is absolute.
4.
Now it is consider, that reference frame connected with
relict isotropic radiation T = 2,7K is absolute.
5.
But T = 2,7K is not a constant factor.
This relict isotropic radiation continues to extend and decrease
and, hence, approximately over a period of
20 billions years will reach T=0K.
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From the Relativity theory we know, that “time” is a relative concept.
Therefore, dear reader, while you read these lines, the time  
compressed up to zero t=0 and T=0K has already come.


 

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Re: Epoches and the reference frames.
« Reply #1 on: 09/04/2006 14:31:14 »
Socratus, I sense you are seeking to communicate something that you feel is important. It isn't working for me. Would you restate your conclusion in a different way so that I might more readily comprehend it.

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Re: Epoches and the reference frames.
« Reply #2 on: 09/04/2006 22:18:21 »
I believe this is the same as the question I asked about a month ago as to what would the results be if T = 0 of the universe aproached 0. Is that correct?


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Re: Epoches and the reference frames.
« Reply #3 on: 09/04/2006 22:55:01 »
Not to nitpick Jim, but approach zero and equal zero are quite different. Socratus appears to be challenging something here. I would like clarification of what he thinks he is challenging.

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