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So I started thinking antipsychotics are given primarly for their placebo-like effect.In drug testing a drug is compared to placebo or another drug to check that it performs better.
I'm wondering if what you show only works for 3:2, or if it would work for any a:b?I use it a lot to create custom resizing scales and in navigation. You can see from the construction it works for any ratio, doesnt need to be integer.
If time was faster in the past and is slower now, then my contraction would be decelerating as mass further clumps.You will need to explain why move from slower to faster is not a deceleration.
(Please remember that these changes in time that I am stating as affecting everything universally are not 'the' changes in time we observe of clocks in the gravity potential, although all rates of time of 'everything' will be affected b/c 'everywhere' is)I had assumed that, but it is still a change of state from time past to time present, and light + universe radius are moving through it, so you will have to explain why it doesnít result in a deceleration. After all, you state it is the cause of the acceleration so it must have an overall effect.
one can observe light that has travelled through the gravitational field of a mass, but one only observes that light when it arrives in the reference frame one is observing from. (that being my point)My (and @alancalverd ) point also. But you will need to make this clear in statements such as:
Only in the special case of a non-rotating object whose radius is smaller than its Schwarzschild radius.The Schwarzchild radius is not an event horizon.It is the radius of the horizon. If I am wrong then please explain.
@petelamanaI found your post very interesting.Which is more than can be said for puppyís ramblings. He still hasnít explained 1/8 of infinity, im tempted to move his posts to new theories rather than clogging up bandwidth here.
I heard someone saying similar things about a different kickstarter project that they had backed a few years ago and from which the promised goods and returns / freebies had failed to materialise.Itís like investing in any startup company, you expect a high failure rate.
I have committed an embarrassing mistake - a big one! What everyone can see as obvious, I make a mess out of it.I wouldnít feel too badly about it, this is an error made by many physics teachers, and some school textbooks.