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Offline MaciejMarosz

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Can you explain this experiment?
« on: 05/06/2014 14:57:12 »
JP below experiment  I wait here for Your opinion

CAN YOU EXPLAIN WHY ?  please use any theory You want but please exlain WHY ?



LAGIEWKA's EXPEIMENT ( POLAND 02/04/2013)


Part 1
Ytube time  4 : 24 three the same mass M



Part2
Ytube time 8:00  small mass m  ( m <<< M )



NOTICE !!!

AFTER COLLISION
( small mass will take close to 100 % energy Eo )

M*V ---------> { three way pipe } M*Vx -->

Vx < V !!!

Perpendicular direction is neutral for momentum



ORYGINAL YTUBE SOURCE  >>>


JP !!!

JP !!! 

DO YOU UNDERSTAND YOR PROBLEM RIGHT NOW ?
BOOKS ....

PHYSICS WITHOUT FUNDAMENTS :)

I spoke with MR Lagiewka he live 70 km from my home

HIS WORD WAS INSPIRATION TO ME TO
REPEAT MICHELSON MORLEY ( INVERSE SQUARE LAW )

INVERSE SQUARE LAW
YOU CAN SEE THIS LAW  IN LAGIEWKA's EXPERIMENT !!! 
m/M and Energy redirection !!!

MICHELSON MORLEY INVERSE SQUARE LAW


How Source is Giving Signal

newbielink:http://www.zipheron.com/images/projects/islMeter.jpg [nonactive]

 More far  from place where signal started = lower intensity of signal
 ( "lower brightness" ) 
1R = X , 2R = X/4 , 3R = X/9
X- brightness,  R- radius
the same energy portion   but different  area 


Einstein - light = strait FLAT line ????
HIS PHYSICS IS FLAT !!!


FLASHLIGHT and MOTION

newbielink:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-KI2cl357Lyk/UgeORFNsAFI/AAAAAAAABHo/xRsMVPkcRBY/s1600/CIMG2579.JPG [nonactive]

FIRST TEST POLAND

newbielink:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-Ncyo7TBLsjE/UVRty4WVV4I/AAAAAAAAAwo/ol2p-tM6KpE/s1600/maroszAD.JPG [nonactive]

 first  pictures
( brightness - photoshop 10 histogram)  west ( -30km/s ) and East (+30 km/s )

>   


YOU LIKE SLITS EXPERIMENT ?
YOU CAN CALL MY EXPERIMENT ONE SLIT TEST :)

CAMERA OBSCURA ( old Greece - not LEONARDO !!! )

newbielink:http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-ijRUGj2tL1k/UxA92hBKqjI/AAAAAAAABlk/WikuwqrKdvQ/s1600/1.jpeg [nonactive]



« Last Edit: 05/06/2014 15:45:08 by JP »


 

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Re: Re: Are mass and energy really interchangeable?
« Reply #1 on: 05/06/2014 15:24:13 »
FIZEU experient

air ----> motion    <<< light

light >>>  air ------> mption



the speed of light is constant !!!
what is different ?

how many energy cost light motion inside medium ?

hydrogen athom and inverse square law





ATHOM and CONSTANT motion ?  very nice picture and story where the picture was made (hydrogen ) Story of the image =>
newbielink:http://io9.com/the-first-image-ever-of-a-hydrogen-atoms-orbital-struc-509684901 [nonactive]

After I saw picture In my head I started ask my self :
Why ultra percission microscope see ellipse ?
What is the reason that ellipse is bigger smaller ?
Where is laboratory's positions ? angle to velocity arrow ( Earth's velocity )? 
 

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Re: Re: Are mass and energy really interchangeable?
« Reply #2 on: 05/06/2014 15:38:01 »
ELECTRIC VERSION

 FIZEU's experment

Electron = mass m 


wire is on the Earth
Earth and wire are moving

wire = medium


+................................10 meters wire ..........................- >>> 30 km/s

-.................................10 meters wire .........................+ >>> 30 km/s

Why electric energy feel different resistance ?



MAROSZ's INERTIA FRAME


 

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Re: Can you explain this experiment?
« Reply #3 on: 05/06/2014 15:49:52 »
I don't understand what you're trying to ask here.  I think there's a language/translation issue going on.

In addition, you've already posted a lot of this content.  Pease keep your questions to this thread if you can rather than posting these again in new threads.
 

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