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Alright forget that for a second and step outside your relativity box
step outside your relativity box
mainstream science seems geared toward accepting results from the very first tests that are seriously outdated
and making a runaway with GR fantasy.
.... Maybe we should study art a litlle more ...
basic F*ing photshop 101. ... I guess studying something tangible would be mind boggling.
It's not a cartoon fools! basic F*ing photshop 101.
End of discussion for me.
"we created a virtual camera that was fast enough""we could capture light as it spreads through the virtual scene"" 2D light transport simulator ""Monte Carlo raytracing""we assign our virtual camera""To keep track of time along light paths, I will be using a slightly modified geometric optics model""on top of our existing 2D renderer with only a few lines of code.""we use a conventional 2D renderer""We annotate each vertex on these light paths with a timestamp""store these in memory""we iterate over all segments""splat the line segment to the screen""we could do it in a vertex shader"
In fact I've yet to find someone who doesn't argue.
This experiment is the cornerstone of my proof for gravity fields and EMR being density on the space medium.
this one does seem to be backed up by experiment.
Anyone have the guts to agree with me?
The one truth that can be said is that it bears repeating in order ffor the experiment's
It's not an experiment, it's a cartoon.
I'm keeping this post live for discussion.
Quote from: trevorjohnson32 on 05/05/2021 20:35:22I'm keeping this post live for discussion.Then discuss.Comment on my observation that you seem to have mistaken a cartoon for a real experiment.Up to now, you have not discussed anything you have just ignored reality, and repeated yourself.
Repeating the experiment
Nobody else on the internet argues that its a cartoon. You are alone on that one.
Nobody else on the internet argues that its a cartoon.
Quote from: trevorjohnson32 on 05/05/2021 21:41:49Nobody else on the internet argues that its a cartoon. You are alone on that one.I suppose that depends upon how you define a cartoon, but it isn't real in either case. It's computer-generated.
So y'all are suggesting that someone drew in the dimensions that I'm looking for in a frame by frame animation?
The man who made the original video is a specialist in computer simulations.https://benedikt-bitterli.me/If you really think that you are right, it's very simple.He has contact details.Ask him if it's real.