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But the apparent speed of the CMBR is the same no matter which way we look at it. Velocity differs from speed in that it includes a direction. It looks to me that your reasoning would indicate that we are moving away from the source of the CMBR at roughly 368 km/s, but because the source is all around us, that presents a paradox: in which direction are we moving 368 km/s?Not quite
So what if we have the following formula?No
Δλ = 2πγ/k
Can we introduce gamma to modify the wavelength due to relative velocity? Can this be a valid way of viewing orbitals?
I am eager to be shown wrong,Happy to help
Dear Sir; With due respect kindly see these videos:It's not a matter of "respect".
what is the absolute resonance frequency of the H2O?As has been pointed out, it depends what you mean by "resonance".
- If you want extremely low reflection, you can use the techniques of an anechoic chamber, and use a surface covered with spiky pyramids. A lot of light is absorbed on striking the first pyramid, but there is some reflection from the surface. The reflected light gets mostly absorbed when it strike the next pyramid, and any reflected strikes another pyramid.... This ensures there is almost no reflection coming back towards the source, even though it may be reflected many times before being absorbed.
Perhaps he expected it to be interpreted figuratively, rather than literally.As to the OP nothing can be done to create something unlimited. That's an impossibility.
You focus on the wrong point. You miss the whole point of the question. You can replace 'unlimited' with comparably very large. Let's not play with words.
In which case why did you include the word unlimited in your question?
I want and expect more creative content when you're contributing to a science forum.Whereas the rest of the forum wants evidence based science.
if the side of the moon turned to the earth is concave,That's just silly.
The gravity of the moon does not reach the Earth:What stops it?
The geostationary satellite of the Earth, acting as part of the Earth, is in zero gravity, at a distance of 35,000 km. from the Earth,Obviously wrong.
and for some reason, is not exposed to the tidal influence of the Moon, despite the fact that the "tidal force" in the Earth-satellite system is 5 times greater than on Earth.The tidal force is due not to gravity per se, but to the first derivative RT distance.
And it must not be forgotten that the oceans and continents are attracted by the Earth, and the satellite is in zero gravity ..Why do you say that "must not be forgotten" when it is obviously not true.