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Title: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 23/04/2019 10:21:46

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σ = F<U

ρ=1

Net charge = 0

-Q + Q = 0Q

The aether having a density of 0 is ostensible , the  reason  we can't experience/observe density is because the aether is likewise to atoms ,  neutral in polarity, so does not oppose motion , unless a large area mass .



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 25/04/2019 13:23:49
No replies ?  I can manipulate the aether if you'd like and create a wormhole or similar , maybe even free energy .


Doesn't nobody like experiments ?

 

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 25/04/2019 19:25:59
Doesn't nobody like experiments ?
Yes.
We like experiments.
But we don't like time wasters.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 25/04/2019 21:11:48
Doesn't nobody like experiments ?

What would your experimental set-up consist of? What would your expected results be?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 25/04/2019 22:46:41
Doesn't nobody like experiments ?

What would your experimental set-up consist of? What would your expected results be?

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I'd expect several things , it would depend how far I want to take it , It's also a variable with safety in mind .  The results would differ .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 25/04/2019 22:56:12
How is that an experiment set-up?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 25/04/2019 23:05:59
How is that an experiment set-up?
I know , I'm sorry , I don't want to give away the total idea , this just isn't fare .  How about a one press piezoelectrical perpetual instead ?


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added- Yes that's a form of free energy , perpetual , could also make power cells etc , perpetual light etc .  This physics malarkey isn't very difficult at all  ;)

+←→+

You could use magnets , springs  or it's own created energy .

added- the ''bracket'' also has other uses , it could hold things other than piezoelectric material .










Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 25/04/2019 23:37:34
That looks like a very easy thing to build. Why not try it out?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 26/04/2019 09:44:33
That looks like a very easy thing to build. Why not try it out?

Because its too easy and not that interesting .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 26/04/2019 11:27:43
That looks like a very easy thing to build. Why not try it out?

Because its too easy and not that interesting .
Ah - so when asked for actual detail, for workable evidence you once again resort to flannel and obfuscation.
You then wonder why you are not taken seriously and accuse those who are critical of trolling and/or resort to self pity. Pathetic.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 26/04/2019 11:41:42
That looks like a very easy thing to build. Why not try it out?

Because its too easy and not that interesting .
Ah - so when asked for actual detail, for workable evidence you once again resort to flannel and obfuscation.
You then wonder why you are not taken seriously and accuse those who are critical of trolling and/or resort to self pity. Pathetic.
A paradox ,  if I don't say everything you say what you say , if I explained everything I'd risk the universe being destroyed . 

See my dilemma ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 26/04/2019 13:47:43
That looks like a very easy thing to build. Why not try it out?

Because its too easy and not that interesting .
Ah - so when asked for actual detail, for workable evidence you once again resort to flannel and obfuscation.
You then wonder why you are not taken seriously and accuse those who are critical of trolling and/or resort to self pity. Pathetic.
A paradox ,  if I don't say everything you say what you say , if I explained everything I'd risk the universe being destroyed . 

See my dilemma ?
Yes I do. You have posted reams of delusional nonsense (e.g suggesting your ideas could cause the universe to be destroyed, photon torpedoes, other common SF tropes)  and you have been called out. What to do?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 26/04/2019 14:24:45
and you have been called out. What to do?

My notions are not nonsense , they're just beyond your level of innovation .  Call me out all you like but I still will not give all the information away so anyone can do it . 
Anyway my care for science is fading , I can't me bothered that much anymore , hopefully soon I'll be able to quit for good , sick of feeding the trolls free smarts .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 26/04/2019 15:45:51
and you have been called out. What to do?

My notions are not nonsense , they're just beyond your level of innovation .  Call me out all you like but I still will not give all the information away so anyone can do it . 
Anyway my care for science is fading , I can't me bothered that much anymore , hopefully soon I'll be able to quit for good , sick of feeding the trolls free smarts .
Are you sure you mean innovation?
Going for self pity now then? Wondered how long it would  be before you claimed to being 'quitting science' again. Almost a weekly occurrence. Like herpes, you keep coming back unfortunately.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 26/04/2019 16:02:18
and you have been called out. What to do?

My notions are not nonsense , they're just beyond your level of innovation .  Call me out all you like but I still will not give all the information away so anyone can do it . 
Anyway my care for science is fading , I can't me bothered that much anymore , hopefully soon I'll be able to quit for good , sick of feeding the trolls free smarts .
Are you sure you mean innovation?
Going for self pity now then? Wondered how long it would  be before you claimed to being 'quitting science' again. Almost a weekly occurrence. Like herpes, you keep coming back unfortunately.
Well , after about a decade of forums and concluding forums are for plagiarism , I'm entitled to some self pitty .   

I'm desperate to go fishing at the moment  , desperate to take my children on holiday , desperate to have a fishing trip with my dying friend , so science is becoming the least of my worries really . 

The world drives me nuts …..
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 26/04/2019 16:56:45
Well , after about a decade of forums a
Plagiarism? You are seriously suggesting somebody would want to copy your ideas? Comedy moment of the day.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 26/04/2019 17:43:31
That looks like a very easy thing to build. Why not try it out?

Because its too easy and not that interesting .
Ah - so when asked for actual detail, for workable evidence you once again resort to flannel and obfuscation.
You then wonder why you are not taken seriously and accuse those who are critical of trolling and/or resort to self pity. Pathetic.
A paradox ,  if I don't say everything you say what you say , if I explained everything I'd risk the universe being destroyed . 

See my dilemma ?
Yes, Your dilemma is to try to avoid sounding like a preschool kid saying "I have a big secret; but I'm not telling you what it is" while posting stuff like "if I explained everything I'd risk the universe being destroyed ".

Thus far you have failed.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 26/04/2019 17:44:11
Well , after about a decade of forums and concluding forums are for plagiarism ,
What of yours has been plagiarised?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 28/04/2019 11:55:48
Well , after about a decade of forums and concluding forums are for plagiarism ,
What of yours has been plagiarised?
Probably lots of things I post that often science says is nonsense when I know otherwise .  It does not matter now to me , I'm not saying anything on science anymore , they are far too mediocre minded to have a discussion with me ,  so primitive and delusional .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 28/04/2019 13:06:21
I'm not saying anything on science anymore ,
You seldom did.

Probably lots of things
Name one.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 28/04/2019 15:21:24
I'm not saying anything on science anymore ,
You seldom did.

Probably lots of things
Name one.
Arcing space-time maybe, my absolute mirror maybe , lots of things , I've done enough drawings in the past .

Besides I have a new past time now, I am correcting the youtubers who troll the police with youtube videos , filming police stations and causing alarm and distress on the people who work as the police because of their job role .

I'm additionally developing a new economical system for the UK , politics .  I've started a scientific investigation of the dualism of politics and I have discovered a great solution for the benefits system .

So anyway , I'm busy , helping out my country .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 28/04/2019 15:45:42
Arcing space-time maybe, my absolute mirror maybe , lots of things , I've done enough drawings in the past .
What evidence is there that these (or anything else) was plagiarised?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 28/04/2019 15:58:24
Arcing space-time maybe, my absolute mirror maybe , lots of things , I've done enough drawings in the past .
What evidence is there that these (or anything else) was plagiarised?

Lack of interest …..
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 28/04/2019 16:16:50
Arcing space-time maybe, my absolute mirror maybe , lots of things , I've done enough drawings in the past .
What evidence is there that these (or anything else) was plagiarised?

Lack of interest …..

Or just the reality where nobody is trying to take your ideas- because they are worthless.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 28/04/2019 16:56:55
Arcing space-time maybe, my absolute mirror maybe , lots of things , I've done enough drawings in the past .
What evidence is there that these (or anything else) was plagiarised?

Lack of interest …..

So you don't understand the meaning of the word plagiarised either then? Another thing to add to a very long list.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 28/04/2019 18:19:40
Arcing space-time maybe, my absolute mirror maybe , lots of things , I've done enough drawings in the past .
What evidence is there that these (or anything else) was plagiarised?

Lack of interest …..

Or just the reality where nobody is trying to take your ideas- because they are worthless.

They would tell you your ideas are worthless to take them , that's a typical response
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 28/04/2019 20:06:54
If someone is plagiarising your ideas then they must be using them somewhere.

Either tell us where that's happening or shut up.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 28/04/2019 20:19:58
If someone is plagiarising your ideas then they must be using them somewhere.

Either tell us where that's happening or shut up.

Obviously they'd use the ideas in an underground way , not advertised . I don't believe a  single one of you who says my ideas are nonsense when they use physics .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 28/04/2019 20:21:05
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 28/04/2019 20:45:11
I don't believe a  single one of you who says my ideas are nonsense when they use physics .
Reality does not care what you believe.

You don't use physics anyway; you just think you do  because you don't understand why you are wrong..
Obviously they'd use the ideas in an underground way ,
So, you admit you have no evidence at all that they have been copied.
So why post that they have?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: evan_au on 28/04/2019 22:42:28
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 11:27:27
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...

A chair does not oblate , if it did it would be because of the floor pushing back . 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 12:45:40
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...

A chair does not oblate , if it did it would be because of the floor pushing back . 
Indeed it doesn't, because oblate is not a verb.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 12:49:41
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...

A chair does not oblate , if it did it would be because of the floor pushing back . 
Indeed it doesn't, because oblate is not a verb.
Oblate is a form   and I see no reason that something doesn't push back the earth .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 12:51:37
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...

A chair does not oblate , if it did it would be because of the floor pushing back . 
Indeed it doesn't, because oblate is not a verb.
Oblate is a form   and I see no reason that something doesn't push back the earth .
Also, Kryptid was not stating that the chair forms an oblate shape as you well know, but you choose to wilfully misunderstand to hide your ignorance.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 12:54:40
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...

A chair does not oblate , if it did it would be because of the floor pushing back . 
Indeed it doesn't, because oblate is not a verb.
Oblate is a form   and I see no reason that something doesn't push back the earth .
Also, Kryptid was not stating that the chair forms an oblate shape as you well know, but you choose to wilfully misunderstand to hide your ignorance.
I understand centrifugal force , stop being obtuse and discuss some earthly physics if you want to talk. 

A large area  A= xy affects the aether , it can curve it etc .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:02:30
Quote from: TheBox
The earths oblate shape suggests an aether that pushes back .
The Earth's oblate shape suggests centrifugal force.

Sit on an office chair, and spin around - bits of your body tend to fling outwards.
- Experimental demonstration, with your own senses

No hypothetical aether required...

A chair does not oblate , if it did it would be because of the floor pushing back . 
Indeed it doesn't, because oblate is not a verb.
Oblate is a form   and I see no reason that something doesn't push back the earth .
Also, Kryptid was not stating that the chair forms an oblate shape as you well know, but you choose to wilfully misunderstand to hide your ignorance.
I understand centrifugal force , stop being obtuse and discuss some earthly physics if you want to talk. 

A large area  A= xy affects the aether , it can curve it etc .
Stop posting nonsense.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:03:40
This inane nonsense really should be in the 'that can't be true' section.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:06:07
Stop posting nonsense.
You quite clearly do not have the ability to think if you think I'm talking nonsense .  Try a picture ...consider buoyancy and area .

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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:08:46
Stop posting nonsense.
You quite clearly do not have the ability to think if you think I'm talking nonsense .  Try a picture ...consider buoyancy and area .

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F=A then? What does that even mean? What does it have to do with bouyancy? What does it have to do with your fanciful, obsolete idea about aether? How does it even relate to the earth forming an oblate shape? Stop ducking and diving and answer peoples questions instead of obfuscating with bloody nonsense,.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:14:51
Stop posting nonsense.
You quite clearly do not have the ability to think if you think I'm talking nonsense .  Try a picture ...consider buoyancy and area .

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F=A then? What does that even mean? What does it have to do with bouyancy? What does it have to do with your fanciful, obsolete idea about aether? How does it even relate to the earth forming an oblate shape? Stop ducking and diving and answer peoples questions instead of obfuscating with bloody nonsense,.


Force is equal to area in a generalised explanation. 

Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks , consider how an area affects air etc , aerodynamics . Now apply the same thoughts to a suspected aether .

The earth is falling outwards but the aether compresses/curves and supports the earth to stop it falling .  Newtons third law it pushes back . 


The earth is a large area falling , large enough to curve space-time energy field aether .


OK ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:20:32
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks , consider how an area affects air etc , aerodynamics . Now apply the same thoughts to a suspected aether .
That really is not how buoyancy works.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:22:28
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks , consider how an area affects air etc , aerodynamics . Now apply the same thoughts to a suspected aether .
That really is not how buoyancy works.

Quantum buoyancy you are not yet familiar with ,  air rises when heated because of gravity , you have a lot to learn really but none of you ever listen .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:25:11
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks , consider how an area affects air etc , aerodynamics . Now apply the same thoughts to a suspected aether .
That really is not how buoyancy works.

Quantum buoyancy you are not yet familiar with ,  air rises when heated because of gravity , you have a lot to learn really but none of you ever listen .
I don't listen to idiot who post nonsense like that. Again obfuscating - I point out you have misunderstood buoyancy and you try to bullshit your way through by invoking your made up idea of quantum gravity. You wriggle like a little worm dont you?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:29:29
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks , consider how an area affects air etc , aerodynamics . Now apply the same thoughts to a suspected aether .
That really is not how buoyancy works.

Quantum buoyancy you are not yet familiar with ,  air rises when heated because of gravity , you have a lot to learn really but none of you ever listen .
I don't listen to idiot who post nonsense like that. Again obfuscating - I point out you have misunderstood buoyancy and you try to bullshit your way through by invoking your made up idea of quantum gravity. You wriggle like a little worm dont you?

No , I don't wriggle like a worm at all, I'm doing objective physic , I've told you all before you have all the answers but your actual interpretation , semantics and in depth , absolute sucks .

I have the answer to the gravity mechanism and most of you  reply back with what I consider primitive physics now .  I'm sorry you and science are wrong about buoyancy and how things work . I know I am right because the physics shows I am right .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:34:55
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks , consider how an area affects air etc , aerodynamics . Now apply the same thoughts to a suspected aether .
That really is not how buoyancy works.

Quantum buoyancy you are not yet familiar with ,  air rises when heated because of gravity , you have a lot to learn really but none of you ever listen .
I don't listen to idiot who post nonsense like that. Again obfuscating - I point out you have misunderstood buoyancy and you try to bullshit your way through by invoking your made up idea of quantum gravity. You wriggle like a little worm dont you?

No , I don't wriggle like a worm at all, I'm doing objective physic , I've told you all before you have all the answers but your actual interpretation , semantics and in depth , absolute sucks .

I have the answer to the gravity mechanism and most of you  reply back with what I consider primitive physics now .  I'm sorry you and science are wrong about buoyancy and how things work . I know I am right because the physics shows I am right .
Provide good quality experimental evidence then. If we dont understand it is due to your ineptitude in explaining, lack of evidence and scientific implausibility of your posts. 

Really, this is like dealing with a child who when you point out there idea about say, buoyancy is wrong says 'ah, but it is a special kind of buoyancy'. Idiotic and sad in a supposedly grown man. .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:39:44
Provide good quality experimental evidence then. If we dont understand it is due to your ineptitude in explaining, lack of evidence and scientific implausibility of your posts.  Really, this is like dealing with a child who when you point out there idea about say, buoyancy is wrong says 'ah, but it is a special kind of buoyancy'. Idiotic and sad in a supposedly grown man. .

I have some big experiments as you know that I'm trying my hardest to keep under wraps . However without experiment there is already existing evidence  such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated  etc .  I'm not being an idiot at all, you are not considering physics very well .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:40:38
You said:
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks
This points to you referring to standard buoyancy which is basic physics and shows you do not understand it.
It indicates that you are talking about things on a macro i.e. non-quantum level. You are therefore just bullshitting.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:43:21
You said:
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks
This points to you referring to standard buoyancy which is basic physics and shows you do not understand it.
It indicates that you are talking about things on a macro i.e. non-quantum level. You are therefore just bullshitting.
Which part of you don't understand quantum buoyancy didn't you understand ?

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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:43:30
Provide good quality experimental evidence then. If we dont understand it is due to your ineptitude in explaining, lack of evidence and scientific implausibility of your posts.  Really, this is like dealing with a child who when you point out there idea about say, buoyancy is wrong says 'ah, but it is a special kind of buoyancy'. Idiotic and sad in a supposedly grown man. .

I have some big experiments as you know that I'm trying my hardest to keep under wraps . However without experiment there is already existing evidence  such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated  etc .  I'm not being an idiot at all, you are not considering physics very well .

Yes of course you have pigeon. Then the alarm clock went off and it was all a dream.
Like a child saying you have some 'special experiments' but you cant tell us. You really do not fool anybody and are making your self look more foolish.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:44:04
such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated
That is completely wrong.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 13:51:31
You said:
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks
This points to you referring to standard buoyancy which is basic physics and shows you do not understand it.
It indicates that you are talking about things on a macro i.e. non-quantum level. You are therefore just bullshitting.
Which part of you don't understand quantum buoyancy didn't you understand ?

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Is it a blue egg with some letters?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 13:58:17
Provide good quality experimental evidence then. If we dont understand it is due to your ineptitude in explaining, lack of evidence and scientific implausibility of your posts.  Really, this is like dealing with a child who when you point out there idea about say, buoyancy is wrong says 'ah, but it is a special kind of buoyancy'. Idiotic and sad in a supposedly grown man. .

I have some big experiments as you know that I'm trying my hardest to keep under wraps . However without experiment there is already existing evidence  such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated  etc .  I'm not being an idiot at all, you are not considering physics very well .

Yes of course you have pigeon. Then the alarm clock went off and it was all a dream.
Like a child saying you have some 'special experiments' but you cant tell us. You really do not fool anybody and are making your self look more foolish.
Do you honestly think I'd put myself to the world on science forums and various forums if I didn't have workable physics designs and a present understanding of physics ?

I'm not mad, it would be a bit of a neurological shock for me if I actually got a science job but I could well cope with it .

Take a  step back for a minute , lets put my ability to the test and mention  the best form for a solar panel is cone shaped ,  this alone should tell you I know physics and ergonomic design .

Do you disagree with my shape ?


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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 14:02:50
Provide good quality experimental evidence then. If we dont understand it is due to your ineptitude in explaining, lack of evidence and scientific implausibility of your posts.  Really, this is like dealing with a child who when you point out there idea about say, buoyancy is wrong says 'ah, but it is a special kind of buoyancy'. Idiotic and sad in a supposedly grown man. .

I have some big experiments as you know that I'm trying my hardest to keep under wraps . However without experiment there is already existing evidence  such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated  etc .  I'm not being an idiot at all, you are not considering physics very well .

Yes of course you have pigeon. Then the alarm clock went off and it was all a dream.
Like a child saying you have some 'special experiments' but you cant tell us. You really do not fool anybody and are making your self look more foolish.
Do you honestly think I'd put myself to the world on science forums and various forums if I didn't have workable physics designs and a present understanding of physics ?

I'm not mad, it would be a bit of a neurological shock for me if I actually got a science job but I could well cope with it .

Take a  step back for a minute , lets put my ability to the test and mention  the best form for a solar panel is cone shaped ,  this alone should tell you I know physics and ergonomic design .

Do you disagree with my shape ?
I dont know. As usual you have just made a statement without any explanation or evidence to back it up.

This is a science forum. We do agree with a statement without evidence. That is how science works. Dont worry, the only kind of science job you are likely to get is one involving menial tasks.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 14:09:10
This is a science forum. We do agree with a statement without evidence. That is how science works. Dont worry, the only kind of science job you are likely to get is one involving menial tasks
I've already done the design and analysis the cone shape will be the most ergonomic effective , angled relative  . About ~42-45 degrees  , maybe even make it adjustable like an umbrella to account for sun angle change throughout the year .

Then do you remember my cone shaped tesla coil ? 

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I know physics and I'd only expect a menial task job , I have no formal qualification I'd have to prove myself and study why I was working my way to the top .

I know my place , I'm not stupid , I couldn't expect to jump in at the top flight . I was only after an advisory role working from home . A sort of science think tank .



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 14:13:48
This is a science forum. We do agree with a statement without evidence. That is how science works. Dont worry, the only kind of science job you are likely to get is one involving menial tasks
I've already done the design and analysis the cone shape will be the most ergonomic effective , angled relative  . About ~42-45 degrees  , maybe even make it adjustable like an umbrella to account for sun angle change throughout the year .

Then do you remember my cone shaped tesla coil ? 

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I know physics and I'd only expect a menial task job , I have no formal qualification I'd have to prove myself and study why I was working my way to the top .

I know my place , I'm not stupid , I couldn't expect to jump in at the top flight . I was only after an advisory role working from home . A sort of science think tank .




Prove it  then. Show your workings for your cone with calculations showing its efficiency in terms of electrical output compared to a conventional solar panel. Also include a discussion of the materials used and the technology employed.
I vaguely remeber your 'tesla coil'. You didnt provide any evidence for that either.

You would be unlikely to get even a menial job. I certainly wouldnt employ you.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 14:16:24
This is a science forum. We do agree with a statement without evidence. That is how science works. Dont worry, the only kind of science job you are likely to get is one involving menial tasks
I've already done the design and analysis the cone shape will be the most ergonomic effective , angled relative  . About ~42-45 degrees  , maybe even make it adjustable like an umbrella to account for sun angle change throughout the year .

Then do you remember my cone shaped tesla coil ? 

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I know physics and I'd only expect a menial task job , I have no formal qualification I'd have to prove myself and study why I was working my way to the top .

I know my place , I'm not stupid , I couldn't expect to jump in at the top flight . I was only after an advisory role working from home . A sort of science think tank .




I was only after an advisory role working from home . A sort of science think tank .
Yeah of course. What you want is somebody to pay you for what you perceive as an easy job where you just swan about and think things up. That is not how science or science jobs work. You also need to understand the basics many stages before that. Your comments on buoyancy and the stratosphere demonstrate you do not.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 14:30:18
Yeah of course. What you want is somebody to pay you for what you perceive as an easy job where you just swan about and think things up. That is not how science or science jobs work. You also need to understand the basics many stages before that. Your comments on buoyancy and the stratosphere demonstrate you do not.

I'm a thinker of , a generalist , I don't do complex equations , I can only advise of objective reality and objective physics .  I'm one for practical , why not experiment and make a cone shaped solar panel ,the cone shape is ergonomic and has the potential to be the most efficient shape  the same as the cone shaped Tesla coil . 
The problem is science thinks maths means everything when I know I can do physics , especially practical experiment without any maths required .
I would love nothing more than overlook and advise on some fundamental experiments that if are successful , will be a huge breakthrough for science . 
The thing is though I pretty much know my ideas will work because

1) I'm not stupid

2)I know physics

3) Every idea I've ever tried tends to work

I'm not lazy , I'm just not 100% healthy so a job from home would suit me best at the moment .  When / if  I improved my circumstance , this would certainly have positive affect on my MH  then maybe I'd be ready to face the world again . 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 14:37:42
You said:
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks
This points to you referring to standard buoyancy which is basic physics and shows you do not understand it.
It indicates that you are talking about things on a macro i.e. non-quantum level. You are therefore just bullshitting.
Which part of you don't understand quantum buoyancy didn't you understand ?

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Is it a blue egg with some letters?
The earth and space and gravity G .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 14:39:57
Yeah of course. What you want is somebody to pay you for what you perceive as an easy job where you just swan about and think things up. That is not how science or science jobs work. You also need to understand the basics many stages before that. Your comments on buoyancy and the stratosphere demonstrate you do not.

I'm a thinker of , a generalist , I don't do complex equations , I can only advise of objective reality and objective physics .  I'm one for practical , why not experiment and make a cone shaped solar panel ,the cone shape is ergonomic and has the potential to be the most efficient shape  the same as the cone shaped Tesla coil . 
The problem is science thinks maths means everything when I know I can do physics , especially practical experiment without any maths required .
I would love nothing more than overlook and advise on some fundamental experiments that if are successful , will be a huge breakthrough for science . 
The thing is though I pretty much know my ideas will work because

1) I'm not stupid

2)I know physics

3) Every idea I've ever tried tends to work

I'm not lazy , I'm just not 100% healthy so a job from home would suit me best at the moment .  When / if  I improved my circumstance , this would certainly have positive affect on my MH  then maybe I'd be ready to face the world again . 
I asked for evidence. i would prefer you didnt use maths because you have shown that you cannot. Science demands that if you make a claim, you back it up with evidence. You have failed to do this and just wave your hands about and mutter vaguely about it 'potential to be the most efficient shape' and then insist other people do the experimentation without any evidence that it may work other than self referencing your 'tesla coil' for which agian you have failed to provide evidence that it works.

This is why you would not be offered a job to 'overlook and advise on some fundamental experiments ' anymore than a random nutter on a bus who claims his baked bean can is a nuclear reactor would be.

You have failed to demonstrate you know physics - even at a basic level.

'Every idea I've ever tried tends to work' - really? Evidence?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 14:40:53
You said:
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks
This points to you referring to standard buoyancy which is basic physics and shows you do not understand it.
It indicates that you are talking about things on a macro i.e. non-quantum level. You are therefore just bullshitting.
Which part of you don't understand quantum buoyancy didn't you understand ?

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Is it a blue egg with some letters?
The earth and space
And how does that demonstrate anything about buoyancy - quantum or otherwise? Is G a magic letter?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 14:45:24
You said:
Consider buoyancy , the greater the area of something the slower it sinks
This points to you referring to standard buoyancy which is basic physics and shows you do not understand it.
It indicates that you are talking about things on a macro i.e. non-quantum level. You are therefore just bullshitting.
Which part of you don't understand quantum buoyancy didn't you understand ?

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Is it a blue egg with some letters?
The earth and space
And how does that demonstrate anything about buoyancy - quantum or otherwise? Is G a magic letter?

Transition , you know how hot is attracted to cold and vice versus .

When air is heated because it has a low inertia and low mass , it moves with the transition .  The air is falling upwards when heated because of gravity .  When it cools again the lesser energy state is then attracted back to the earth , the earth can't move because it has more inertia and mass .  That's how gravity works , N is attracted to N but based on internal energy U . 

Believe me or not but that is what happens objectively .


Added - fire points up because of the gravity of the transition phase .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 15:07:46
Gravity is a dualism ….

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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 15:18:44
I suppose I'd better add some proof , large ball small ball .  I don't just make things up with no reference in my mind ya know ... :o

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cavendish_experiment


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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 29/04/2019 18:57:33
2)I know physics
No you do not.
If you did you wouldn't post  dross that fails dimensional analysis.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 29/04/2019 18:58:03
I suppose I'd better add some proof , large ball small ball .  I don't just make things up with no reference in my mind ya know
You are talking balls.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 20:24:14
2)I know physics
No you do not.
If you did you wouldn't post  dross that fails dimensional analysis.

We all know you're one of the believer's of fantasy , time slows down, space is expanding , fake CERN results, fake BH pics , you're hardly in a position to judge physics , you don't know anything .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 29/04/2019 20:45:15
3) Every idea I've ever tried tends to work

So you've actually performed experiments that support your ideas?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 20:58:51
3) Every idea I've ever tried tends to work

So you've actually performed experiments that support your ideas?

Nope but any ideas I ever had in the past , put into practice, they've always worked for me .  I've done some experimentation , one involving a laser that gave me an atomizer idea , one with magnets that gave me a force field idea , one with a television that gave me a BH idea , one with buoyancy and a kinder egg plastics ,  one using the spectrum to make invisible , I don't attempt an idea unless I'm confident it will work .

If I have an idea it works …




Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 29/04/2019 21:07:24
you don't know anything
I know that you can't meaningfully say whether a metre is bigger of smaller than a gallon, so I'm one up on you.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 21:12:13
you don't know anything
I know that you can't meaningfully say whether a metre is bigger of smaller than a gallon, so I'm one up on you.
A metre is a length , a gallon is a measure of often liquid contained in a specific volume . Specifically 4.54 litres , in painting and decorating we say a gallon tin for a 5ltr tin of paint :D
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 29/04/2019 21:19:30
you don't know anything
I know that you can't meaningfully say whether a metre is bigger of smaller than a gallon, so I'm one up on you.
A metre is a length , a gallon is a measure of often liquid contained in a specific volume . Specifically 4.54 litres , in painting and decorating we say a gallon tin for a 5ltr tin of paint :D
Yes.
I know.
So, which one is bigger?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 22:02:12
you don't know anything
I know that you can't meaningfully say whether a metre is bigger of smaller than a gallon, so I'm one up on you.
A metre is a length , a gallon is a measure of often liquid contained in a specific volume . Specifically 4.54 litres , in painting and decorating we say a gallon tin for a 5ltr tin of paint :D
Yes.
I know.
So, which one is bigger?

Your question makes no sense , is a meter longer than a cubic gallon volume ?  Of course , is a gallon bigger than a m³ , nope .  1 gal = 0.0037854117840007 m³

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: evan_au on 29/04/2019 22:03:42
Quote from: TheBox
If I have an idea it works …Modulation
So which invention was this one?
Randomly switching colors, then reducing the saturation.

Is this the television test pattern that produces black holes?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 22:36:15
Randomly switching colors, then reducing the saturation.
I didn't reduce the saturation , I just kept speeding it up and it disappeared , try it , it's easy enough to do the animation and speed it up .
Would you like me to do the same thing using a circle and show the entire process ?



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 29/04/2019 22:37:48
3) Every idea I've ever tried tends to work

So you've actually performed experiments that support your ideas?

Nope but any ideas I ever had in the past , put into practice, they've always worked for me .  I've done some experimentation , one involving a laser that gave me an atomizer idea , one with magnets that gave me a force field idea , one with a television that gave me a BH idea , one with buoyancy and a kinder egg plastics ,  one using the spectrum to make invisible , I don't attempt an idea unless I'm confident it will work .

If I have an idea it works …





You have failed to demonstrate any of this. You are a fantasist.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 29/04/2019 22:49:34
You have failed to demonstrate any of this. You are a fantasist.

Does or does not the image vanish ? 

What works , works .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 30/04/2019 07:25:52
Your question makes no sense
Good.
I'm glad you recognise that.
Now, imagine someone asks if a pond is more or less than a kilogram.
It's easy enough to find out- you use a set of scales.

There's an important mathematical process going on here.
To find out if A is bigger than B you subtract B from A.
If the answer is positive then A is bigger. If the answer is negative then B is bigger.

So, you can compare a metre and  a yard by putting them next to each other on the floor with the ends against the wall.
The distance between the other ends  (about 3 inches) is the difference.
It's one metre minus one yard.


But, as you say, you can't do that with a gallon and a metre.
You can't calculate the difference between them.
You can't do it with a metre and a cubic metre either (because the m^3 might be short + fat or long + thin.)

It turns out that you can not subtract something from something else unless it is the same sort of thing.
And unsurprisingly you also can't add things that are different in that way .
The "sort of thing" here is the dimension.

You can add acres to square km- you just have to convert them to the same units first.
But you can't add acres to pounds.

Do you accept this  so far?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 30/04/2019 08:40:57
You have failed to demonstrate any of this. You are a fantasist.

Does or does not the image vanish ? 

What works , works .
It vanishes but that hardly backs up any of your ridiculous ideas. What about all the other stuff you claimed? Or are you just lying again?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 11:23:34
Do you accept this  so far?
Of course , You can't fit a square peg through a smaller round hole because they are different .  OK, please continue , I've found your change of character interesting .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 11:26:46
You have failed to demonstrate any of this. You are a fantasist.

Does or does not the image vanish ? 

What works , works .
It vanishes but that hardly backs up any of your ridiculous ideas. What about all the other stuff you claimed? Or are you just lying again?
It vanished because if I do something it generally works was my point .  Did you see the magnet experiment I did ?


I predict my experiments are going to work before I do them so I know they will  work is my point . In the modulation one I wanted to reproduce the light that propagates through space , a mixture of frequencies propagating so fast they turn invisible . White light is a poor description , it's invisible light .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 12:06:46
Let me add some thought about a cone shaped Tesla coil to see if my thinking is insane or good thinking .

When each circle of the coil decreases in circumference the current will have less distance to travel around the circumference,  c437fa744de24ee33621872064351a35.gif will be >c437fa744de24ee33621872064351a35.gif in a cone shaped version ,  a cone will also use less material than a cylinder improving the cost . 

I predict  because  the >c437fa744de24ee33621872064351a35.gif of the total cone will produce a greater magnitude of output .

Additionally there is several other experiments created from this such as the Faraday experiment ,  electromotive force , but in a predicted outcome a vortex manner using a cone.


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I'm good at physics , good at thinking and my internet is going off again soon , can't even afford my bills and CERN, a piece of crap fantasy bs experiment gets billions .  I could cry honestly ....

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 30/04/2019 12:50:50
You have failed to demonstrate any of this. You are a fantasist.

Does or does not the image vanish ? 

What works , works .
It vanishes but that hardly backs up any of your ridiculous ideas. What about all the other stuff you claimed? Or are you just lying again?
It vanished because if I do something it generally works was my point .  Did you see the magnet experiment I did ?


I predict my experiments are going to work before I do them so I know they will  work is my point . In the modulation one I wanted to reproduce the light that propagates through space , a mixture of frequencies propagating so fast they turn invisible . White light is a poor description , it's invisible light .
So in both cases how were they experiments? What do they specifically predict? How did they show this?

Specifically with your TV picture thing, please give a detailed description of the experimental method i.e. what you did, how you did it.

If these details are missing, we cannot assess the validity of the experiment or the results. In fact if these are missing, it is not an experiment, but some random on the internet pissing about.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 30/04/2019 12:58:45
When each circle of the coil decreases in circumference the current will have less distance to travel around the circumference,   will be > in a cone shaped version ,  a cone will also use less material than a cylinder improving the cost
How slowly do you think electrical current travels?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 13:21:36
So in both cases how were they experiments?
Ok , let us start with the magnet experiment .

I observed when pushing two likewise polarity magnetic fields together they opposed each other and the space between the two poles seemed to become dense like a conventional solid .  I then considered the space to be isolated from the outer space and more dense than the outer space .  I then considered this denser space to be liking to a force field of density and considered how this field may interact with external energy such as fire .  I then emitted fire at the field to observe the field was kinda of deflecting the flame around the field . So then to confirm this I placed some fine paper within the magnetic field and again emitted fire at the field .  The paper did not catch fire demonstrating the force field density that surrounded the paper was opposing the fire . 


Any questions ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 13:36:45
When each circle of the coil decreases in circumference the current will have less distance to travel around the circumference,   will be > in a cone shaped version ,  a cone will also use less material than a cylinder improving the cost
How slowly do you think electrical current travels?
It travels at c if there is no permeability   


ρ(hv) = F<U = c 



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 13:51:15
In the spectral modulation , I considered white light is mixture of frequencies but considered that when you spin a coloured disk etc , you can't remove the matter material so you'll always observe something which happens to be white .

But by doing it on visual display I was only using light , no matter as such so the result was transparency , invisible light , which I was hoping for .  The light propagating through space is invisible light , which is a mixture of frequencies propagating randomly at high speed . 

Spectral content are constants , not random as such . When light interacts with a substance density , it brings temporal order to chaos .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 13:56:59

How about making an atomizer? 

This experiment gave me the physics to create an atomizer .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 30/04/2019 14:10:30
So in both cases how were they experiments?
Ok , let us start with the magnet experiment .

I observed when pushing two likewise polarity magnetic fields together they opposed each other and the space between the two poles seemed to become dense like a conventional solid .  I then considered the space to be isolated from the outer space and more dense than the outer space .  I then considered this denser space to be liking to a force field of density and considered how this field may interact with external energy such as fire .  I then emitted fire at the field to observe the field was kinda of deflecting the flame around the field . So then to confirm this I placed some fine paper within the magnetic field and again emitted fire at the field .  The paper did not catch fire demonstrating the force field density that surrounded the paper was opposing the fire . 


Any questions ?
Yes.
What instrumentation was used to measure density.? What are the results?
What confounding variables did you expect? How did you control for them? How did you isolate 'space' as you call it?
What alternative explanations did you consider? How did you show that these could not have been what was actually causing the phenomena you claim as opposed to your 'exotic' explanation?

Finally, why do revert to sciencey sounding phrases such as 'emitted fire' instead of plain language? Do you think it will impress us?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 30/04/2019 14:13:08
In the spectral modulation , I considered white light is mixture of frequencies but considered that when you spin a coloured disk etc , you can't remove the matter material so you'll always observe something which happens to be white .

But by doing it on visual display I was only using light , no matter as such so the result was transparency , invisible light , which I was hoping for .  The light propagating through space is invisible light , which is a mixture of frequencies propagating randomly at high speed . 

Spectral content are constants , not random as such . When light interacts with a substance density , it brings temporal order to chaos .
Again, unless we have a detailed description of your method how can we judge whether the 'experiment' shows the above.
Also we need to know what measurement techniques were used, how you took into account confounding variables, alternative hypotheses etc as previously.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 14:22:10
In the spectral modulation , I considered white light is mixture of frequencies but considered that when you spin a coloured disk etc , you can't remove the matter material so you'll always observe something which happens to be white .

But by doing it on visual display I was only using light , no matter as such so the result was transparency , invisible light , which I was hoping for .  The light propagating through space is invisible light , which is a mixture of frequencies propagating randomly at high speed . 

Spectral content are constants , not random as such . When light interacts with a substance density , it brings temporal order to chaos .
Again, unless we have a detailed description of your method how can we judge whether the 'experiment' shows the above.
Also we need to know what measurement techniques were used, how you took into account confounding variables, alternative hypotheses etc as previously.
I created several colour layouts then placed them in a movie maker to create an animation of colours changing position , I then rendered this video . I then placed the rendered video in movie maker twice , speeding up the playback of the second placed video . 
I then rinsed and repeated this process to the eventuality of the colours swapped places that fast , no colour was observed at all and the animation turned transparent .
There was no variables to consider , it did what I suspected it would do . 

From this I did gain a great idea , adaptive camouflage , although it would have a limited us . I could make something vanish at a distance , you wouldn't see it conventionally .


Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 14:25:32
If I show you how to make something disappear at a distance , will you believe me I know physics ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 14:41:26
Self explanatory illusion ….
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Added- In simple terms if you project what is behind you to the front of you , people in front of you see what's behind you , you've just created an illusion of transparent .



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 30/04/2019 15:20:24
In the spectral modulation , I considered white light is mixture of frequencies but considered that when you spin a coloured disk etc , you can't remove the matter material so you'll always observe something which happens to be white .

But by doing it on visual display I was only using light , no matter as such so the result was transparency , invisible light , which I was hoping for .  The light propagating through space is invisible light , which is a mixture of frequencies propagating randomly at high speed . 

Spectral content are constants , not random as such . When light interacts with a substance density , it brings temporal order to chaos .
Again, unless we have a detailed description of your method how can we judge whether the 'experiment' shows the above.
Also we need to know what measurement techniques were used, how you took into account confounding variables, alternative hypotheses etc as previously.
I created several colour layouts then placed them in a movie maker to create an animation of colours changing position , I then rendered this video . I then placed the rendered video in movie maker twice , speeding up the playback of the second placed video . 
I then rinsed and repeated this process to the eventuality of the colours swapped places that fast , no colour was observed at all and the animation turned transparent .
There was no variables to consider , it did what I suspected it would do . 

From this I did gain a great idea , adaptive camouflage , although it would have a limited us . I could make something vanish at a distance , you wouldn't see it conventionally .



So you have effectively used a cartoon to demonstrate... actually what is supposed to demonstrate? You have been vague (purposefully) here again..

Also, what about your ludicrous claim that 'such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated'?
Which demonstrates that you do not understand physics at even a basic level
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 30/04/2019 18:35:48
You can add acres to square km- you just have to convert them to the same units first.
But you can't add acres to pounds.

Do you accept this  so far?

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 20:48:55
You can add acres to square km- you just have to convert them to the same units first.
But you can't add acres to pounds.

Do you accept this  so far?


Pounds is a weight , acres are an area of land , obviously different units . Do you have a point or are going to get to a point ?

Even better do you have a 8 acre carp  lake give me lolz  :)

p.s A rod and reel too .... : :'(

I don't care Mr C to be honest , I'm trying to sell my computer now also , I've had enough of the internet malarkey .

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 30/04/2019 21:17:39
You can add acres to square km- you just have to convert them to the same units first.
But you can't add acres to pounds.

Do you accept this  so far?


Pounds is a weight , acres are an area of land , obviously different units . Do you have a point or are going to get to a point ?

Even better do you have a 8 acre carp  lake give me lolz  :)

p.s A rod and reel too .... : :'(

I don't care Mr C to be honest , I'm trying to sell my computer now also , I've had enough of the internet malarkey .


Yes.
I have a point.

Do you remember this?
I know my physics
If that was tue you would not have posted this

55648139d1d4c1dd67f7d3a54f16be36.gifF³ = <V = >ρ
 
Because it's impossible for it to be true.

Well, in the same way that you can't compare acres with  pounds or metres with gallons, you can't compare velocity with momentum  or anything with units of Newtons^3

So we know that your posting is simply wrong.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 30/04/2019 22:04:43
Quote from: Bored chemist on 24/04/2019 22:31:12Quote from: Thebox on 24/04/2019 22:24:11 I know my physics If that was tue you would not have posted thisQuote from: Thebox on 20/04/2019 12:29:19F³ = <V = >ρ Because it's impossible for it to be true.Well, in the same way that you can't compare acres with  pounds or metres with gallons, you can't compare velocity with momentum  or anything with units of Newtons^3So we know that your posting is simply wrong.

You don't read math very well Mr C , V is volume and ρ is density . v is velocity and momentum generally has a directional arrow


ρ 


As above .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 01/05/2019 07:26:05
Quote from: Bored chemist on 24/04/2019 22:31:12Quote from: Thebox on 24/04/2019 22:24:11 I know my physics If that was tue you would not have posted thisQuote from: Thebox on 20/04/2019 12:29:19F³ = <V = >ρ Because it's impossible for it to be true.Well, in the same way that you can't compare acres with  pounds or metres with gallons, you can't compare velocity with momentum  or anything with units of Newtons^3So we know that your posting is simply wrong.

You don't read math very well Mr C , V is volume and ρ is density . v is velocity and momentum generally has a directional arrow


ρ 


As above .

If you write stuff that is ambiguous people may not read it correctly.

So what?
There's still no way that you can compare them with a term involving force cubed.
So we still know you are wrong.

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 01/05/2019 07:56:04
There's still no way that you can compare them with a term involving force cubed.So we still know you are wrong.

You can think whatever you want MR C , I know I am not wrong and it equates in general .  I'm left on the shelf , gathering dust , it's over for me now , I can't dedicate anymore time to thinking physics .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 01/05/2019 08:44:08
Also, what about your ludicrous claim that 'such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated'?Which demonstrates that you do not understand physics at even a basic level

Yea that's right , just ignore fire always points up ….

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Colin2B on 01/05/2019 09:08:19
Yea that's right , just ignore fire always points up ….
We regularly get people claiming that gravity is due to air pressure, static attraction from clouds etc. We usually move these idiots to ‘can’t be true’.
Do you want to join them??
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 01/05/2019 10:00:54
Yea that's right , just ignore fire always points up ….
We regularly get people claiming that gravity is due to air pressure, static attraction from clouds etc. We usually move these idiots to ‘can’t be true’.
Do you want to join them??
Gravity is due to air pressure ?  What ?  I'm talking quantum gravity , nothing to do with air pressure .  Fire points up because of the transitional phase and the high energy is attracted to the lower energy state above it . 

You can put it in the trash for all I care because lets face it , I can't ever beat dictatorship and blackmail , silence or thread closed .

Why not just ban me for life ?

I wouldn't even sock puppet you ..

Anyway I have politicians to fry , some dum guys they are , they have created a length expansion in the UC system ,  28 days constant even if there is 31 days .

28≠30≠31

But these fools have 28=30=31   :-\

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Colin2B on 01/05/2019 11:10:08
Why not just ban me for life ?
What? Cut an addict off from his drug?? Even we aren't that cruel. ???
You threaten to leave, but can't stand the lack of attention  ;D Always back for the next fix ;)
Think about your feeling of anxiety when no one responds to your posts, anything to get them to respond.
This is probably the only source of feedback for you, I suspect most sites have banned you.
No, we won't be that cruel. And you will never leave.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 01/05/2019 13:11:37
Also, what about your ludicrous claim that 'such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated'?Which demonstrates that you do not understand physics at even a basic level

Yea that's right , just ignore fire always points up ….


What on earth does that have to do with it?
I also presume from that statement you have never seen for example a rocket?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 01/05/2019 13:22:31
Why not just ban me for life ?
What? Cut an addict off from his drug?? Even we aren't that cruel. ???
You threaten to leave, but can't stand the lack of attention  ;D Always back for the next fix ;)
Think about your feeling of anxiety when no one responds to your posts, anything to get them to respond.
This is probably the only source of feedback for you, I suspect most sites have banned you.
No, we won't be that cruel. And you will never leave.
That was like giving me some Kryptonite and in one swoop killing off my ego .  Now I think I am a little crazy again , thanks .

I now feel like I'm inside a box and can feel the pressure all around me , I think my brain is going to explode . Desperation turned into madness thanks to Colin .  Darn it Doctor Evil , my Dunning Kruger revealed .  :-\

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 01/05/2019 13:24:41
Also, what about your ludicrous claim that 'such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated'?Which demonstrates that you do not understand physics at even a basic level

Yea that's right , just ignore fire always points up ….


What on earth does that have to do with it?
I also presume from that statement you have never seen for example a rocket?
Fire is attracted up , a rocket is thrust , different than just a fire .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 01/05/2019 13:28:34
Also, what about your ludicrous claim that 'such as  air is attracted to the stratosphere when heated'?Which demonstrates that you do not understand physics at even a basic level

Yea that's right , just ignore fire always points up ….


What on earth does that have to do with it?
I also presume from that statement you have never seen for example a rocket?
Fire is attracted up , a rocket is thrust , different than just a fire .
Fire is not 'attracted' you utter fool.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 01/05/2019 13:29:27
Why not just ban me for life ?
What? Cut an addict off from his drug?? Even we aren't that cruel. ???
You threaten to leave, but can't stand the lack of attention  ;D Always back for the next fix ;)
Think about your feeling of anxiety when no one responds to your posts, anything to get them to respond.
This is probably the only source of feedback for you, I suspect most sites have banned you.
No, we won't be that cruel. And you will never leave.
That was like giving me some Kryptonite and in one swoop killing off my ego .  Now I think I am a little crazy again , thanks .

I now feel like I'm inside a box and can feel the pressure all around me , I think my brain is going to explode . Desperation turned into madness thanks to Colin .  Darn it Doctor Evil , my Dunning Kruger revealed .  :-\


The crap you post to seek attention...
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 01/05/2019 13:30:19
Fire is not 'attracted' you utter fool.
Yes it is , don't you understand transition ? You're the fool .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 01/05/2019 14:34:46
Fire is not 'attracted' you utter fool.
Yes it is , don't you understand transition ? You're the fool .
Go on then, let us hear you explain that.
You do realize the troposphere is not fire?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 01/05/2019 18:04:06
a rocket is thrust , different than just a fire
And what causes that thrust - something cannot be made of 'thrust'?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 01/05/2019 19:23:58
I know I am not wrong and it equates in general .
But you know that you are wrong.
Because you know that you can't just combine terms with different units randomly.
You know it doesn't make sense
Your question makes no sense , is a meter longer than a cubic gallon volume ? 

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Colin2B on 02/05/2019 09:01:30
Now I think I am a little crazy again ,..........

I now feel like I'm inside a box and can feel the pressure all around me , I think my brain is going to explode . Desperation turned into madness
Oh dear, do we have a health and safety issue here?
Our safeguarding policy means that we cannot allow anyone suffering mental illness to continue as a member due to risk of further mental harm. This is particularly true of those who are reality challenged  ;)
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 02/05/2019 10:47:37
Now I think I am a little crazy again ,..........

I now feel like I'm inside a box and can feel the pressure all around me , I think my brain is going to explode . Desperation turned into madness
Oh dear, do we have a health and safety issue here?
Our safeguarding policy means that we cannot allow anyone suffering mental illness to continue as a member due to risk of further mental harm. This is particularly true of those who are reality challenged  ;)

You told me I was addicted , people tell me I am  delusional and everything I post is malarkey so I might as well accept I must just be mentally challenged and nutz . 
All my ideas must be imagination , I mustn't know anything , I must be imagining that by analysis I demonstrated no time dilation , no expanding space  and energy does not E=mc²  .

I must be imaging I know what gravity is ...silly me. Don't worry though I can delete my own account . 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH Might a swell
Post by: Thebox on 02/05/2019 11:07:40
Might as well add some crazy math too

8f654be4d8114a344f46a7e0906e0a11.gif - (*hv) = 5ef9e75970f48b4a0031c60d7fd6758b.gif=>ρ


E = ba2193014a1db536f127ac78f8cc047f.gif*f1751fd4456e3fdd26028ccd52ecd297.gif

ed5f517f11e9ba7ef654baf897c1d08c.gifF³ = >ρ

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 02/05/2019 16:56:12
Don't worry though I can delete my own account

But you won't.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 02/05/2019 17:06:35
Don't worry though I can delete my own account

But you won't.
I hate when people know my nature , predictable behaviour , I really need to be less predictive in nature .  Desperation and hope keeps me here , circumstance depression .  Delusions of getting rich or at least better off by doing science .

I need to accept that you mostly think I'm nutz and move on don't I , give up on trying ? 

To be honest at times I do just think I'm being stupid but I can't help it in desperation  .

I guess I must be just talking nonsense  :(
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 02/05/2019 18:24:50
I must be imagining that by analysis I demonstrated no time dilation , no expanding space  and energy does not E=mc²  .
You didn't do those so, yes, you must be imagining it.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 02/05/2019 18:30:03
Might as well add some crazy math too

8f654be4d8114a344f46a7e0906e0a11.gif - (*hv) = 5ef9e75970f48b4a0031c60d7fd6758b.gif=>ρ

Well, yes. That's crazy- and you know it because m/v doesn't have the same units as hv so you can't subtract one from the other.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 02/05/2019 21:07:02
I need to accept that you mostly think I'm nutz and move on don't I , give up on trying ? 

I don't want you to give up. I want you to be willing to learn.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 02/05/2019 23:09:00
I need to accept that you mostly think I'm nutz and move on don't I , give up on trying ? 

I don't want you to give up. I want you to be willing to learn.
I've never stopped learning and will never stop learning .  I always know nothing .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 11:02:55
I always know nothing .
That seems to sum up the problem.
We tell you stuff.
You don't listen and so you never know anything.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 12:24:43
I always know nothing .
That seems to sum up the problem.
We tell you stuff.
You don't listen and so you never know anything.
You can't even answer my questions so stop pretending .  I point out errors when you do tell me stuff but you ignore these errors .  You are telling me stuff that's false , do you expect  me to accept inaccurate fantasy ?

Test - What is mass?

Test-What is the gravity mechanism ?

Answer , you don't know


Added - That's it now , in rage mode !

How about you lot listen and learn something instead of being arrogant ?

Mass is a property of matter , it is inaccurately measured as kg, kg is a weight of force that can be converted into pounds , ounces or even Newtons of force .
Mass is the amount of charge of matter , the weight measure of force is the electrostatic force between two neutral matters .
The interwoven electrostatic N-force is weaker than the strong nuclear force , we call this force gravity .

I KNOW MORE THAN YOU! :P



.

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 12:48:18
I always know nothing .
That seems to sum up the problem.
We tell you stuff.
You don't listen and so you never know anything.
You can't even answer my questions so stop pretending .  I point out errors when you do tell me stuff but you ignore these errors .  You are telling me stuff that's false , do you expect  me to accept inaccurate fantasy ?

Test - What is mass?

Test-What is the gravity mechanism ?


Answer , you don't know .


And this is exactly the problem. In your world, everybody else is wrong and you alone are right. You point out errors? The errors are in your understanding, in your fantasy world. Everybody else has pointed out your errors, not only here but elsewhere and yet you persist in this delusion that you alone are right.

When you realise you cant get anywhere and cant get anybody to buy into your delusion, you start to flounce off dramatically and claim you are going to leave in the mistaken belief that you will be missed. You wont be.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 12:51:04
And this is exactly the problem. In your world, everybody else is wrong and you alone are right. You point out errors?
In my world after over a decade of research and investigations , you haven't a clue what mass is or the gravity mechanism .  I've gave you the answer , now you know .
Additionally I've pointed out errors prior , no slowing down of time, no expanding space  etc . 

I'm way smarter than present science like it or not .

added- See how they run away when I go into supercharged hypo smarts mode …. :P tut tut ...
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 12:57:45
And this is exactly the problem. In your world, everybody else is wrong and you alone are right. You point out errors?
In my world after over a decade of research and investigations , you haven't a clue what mass is or the gravity mechanism .  I've gave you the answer , now you know .
Additionally I've pointed out errors prior , no slowing down of time, no expanding space  etc . 

I'm way smarter than present science like it or not .
No you have. You have posted squiggles and delusional nonsense.
Judging by your cartoons and laughable videos of magnets and a cigarette lighter you seem to have difficulty understanding even the basics of science.
So, it looks like you are back to the arrogant blustering fool act today, after you pathetic whining self pity yesterday.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 13:02:34
No you have. You have posted squiggles and delusional nonsense. Judging by your cartoons and laughable videos of magnets and a cigarette lighter you seem to have difficulty understanding even the basics of science. So, it looks like you are back to the arrogant blustering fool act today, after you pathetic whining self pity yesterday.
Readers , notice how Mr Spoon here is attacking me as opposed my science .  Notice how he already ignored two questions asked , 

What is mass?

What is the gravity mechanism ?

He ignored them because he doesn't know the answer .

You're not autistic enough to understand my drawings Mr Spoon, you aren't smart enough .

I understand most information in a single drawing even if one of present science.

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 13:08:48
No you have. You have posted squiggles and delusional nonsense. Judging by your cartoons and laughable videos of magnets and a cigarette lighter you seem to have difficulty understanding even the basics of science. So, it looks like you are back to the arrogant blustering fool act today, after you pathetic whining self pity yesterday.
Readers , notice how Mr Spoon here is attacking me as opposed my science .  Notice how he already ignored two questions asked , 

What is mass?

What is the gravity mechanism ?

He ignored them because he doesn't know the answer .

You're not autistic enough to understand my drawings Mr Spoon, you aren't smart enough .

I understand most information in a single drawing even if one of present science.


I was criticising both your approach to science and your style of seeking attention.

Your drawings are universally viewed as  laughable amateurism.

There appears to be little point in answering any of your questions as you then contradict definitions that are universally accepted. Equally, you also have avoided a very large number of questions put to you by many members of this forum by either not answering them or by obfuscation.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 13:13:27
I was criticising both your approach to science and your style of seeking attention. Your drawings are universally viewed as  laughable amateurism. There appears to be little point in answering any of your questions as you then contradict definitions that are universally accepted. Equally, you also have avoided a very large number of questions put to you by many members of this forum by either not answering them or by obfuscation.
My drawings take me a few seconds to knock up on free software with limitations .  Often I just use bitmap , I'm not trying to be a famous artist .  I'm not bothered about attention , 1 scientist would do me thanks who has some smarts about them .
Then they'd get my full attention and maybe we'd create some new things .
Again you ignore the questions because you don't know the answer .  Well I do and I also know bad science


Bad science is when

M=kg=lb=oz=Newtons

(F=ma²)=(F=mc²)

I do great science , you want super great supercharged mode science, you'd have to pay me .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 13:25:35
Delusions of getting rich or at least better off by doing science .
This seems to sum you up. You think it will be a nice cushy way to get rich and maybe famous. You perceive that this is something that happens in the science world by performing little work but just having a brilliant idea. It is not. You seem to have formed your understanding of scientists from various movies such as Back to the Future etc.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 13:34:03
This seems to sum you up. You think it will be a nice cushy way to get rich and maybe famous. You perceive that this is something that happens in the science world by performing little work but just having a brilliant idea. It is not. You seem to have formed your understanding of scientists from various movies such as Back to the Future etc.
Not at all, I'd be more than happy with a consultancy job working from home for a modest salary . I'm not greedy , never have been and never will be . I understand percentages and worth , I understand my own worth as a generalist .  I'm a great thinker and I've valued myself accordingly , I've not and would never overvalue myself .
I don't want fame at all, I wouldn't mind a page on Wiki though on maybe my N-field binary interwoven aether , that's some serious awesome physics and thinking .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 13:46:48
The  N-field binary interwoven aether has 4 dimensions of x,y,z,t  and a 5th  invisible dimensional whole of E (energy) .

E=8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif*78ce9b630680d119f4f41f78567fa420.gif   :o


ƒ:d477be925a14d84f5d40f62909d1be2f.gif = F<E 

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 14:06:07
My drawings take me a few seconds t
It shows.
Why not take a bit of care to make them meaningful?

You can't even answer my questions
What questions?


What is mass?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass

What is the gravity mechanism ?
Graviton exchange.
He ignored them because he doesn't know the answer .
That makes no sense.

I understand most information in a single drawing
Your drawings contain no information to understand.

Bad science is when

M=kg=lb=oz=Newtons
Science actually says that's wrong.
It's you who can't understand it.
I do great science
Really? Where?
Why not post it here instead of the trash you usually post?

you want super great supercharged mode science, you'd have to pay me .
The rest of us here offer better science for free, so I don't see you getting taken up on that

Not at all, I'd be more than happy with a consultancy job working from home for a modest salary .
To get that job you would need to be able to offer some sort of service.
What do you have in mind?
It obviously can't be science, because you can't even do that at high school level.

I'm a great thinker and I've valued myself accordingly , I've not and would never overvalue myself .
Your  thoughts and ideas so far have exactly zero value, because they are clearly wrong.
I wouldn't mind a page on Wiki
Try this one.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Trivia_Cleanup
that's some serious awesome physics and thinking .
Wrong on both counts.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 14:17:22
Quote from: Thebox on Today at 13:02:34What is mass?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MassQuote from: Thebox on Today at 13:02:34What is the gravity mechanism ? Graviton exchange.

You make me laugh Mr C with your poor quality answers . 

''Mass is both a property of a physical body and a measure of its resistance to acceleration (a change in its state of motion) when a net force is applied.[1] An object's mass also determines the strength of its gravitational attraction to other bodies.
The basic SI unit of mass is the kilogram (kg). In physics, mass is not the same as weight, even though mass is often determined by measuring the object's weight using a spring scale, ''

What ?  It's not the same as weight but's measured by weight ?

That is some dum chit to say it's not the same as weight when it is very obvious it is and kg can be converted to pound etc which is a weight .

I'm not the one making chit up , nowhere in your link does it explain the true context of what mass is .

Additionally Gravitons ? seriously ? You come back with more made up chit that just isn't physics ?

I have gave you the mechanism and the aether , gravitons are made up , my version uses physical aspects that are not made up . 

Your answer was inadequate and incorrect , poor interpretation and seriously mediocre minded thinking .

You wanted to see what I offer ,  I offer real physics MR C without your made up chit .



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 14:45:34
How about we do E=mc² ?

E equals a weight times a speed squared ?

Seriously ?  That is also some mediocre minded thinking   , that would be the energy released in a collision by force , not what energy actually is . So E=  would be incorrect , that should be  FE=mc²


True energy E=99149f6d98761033c5a753b8fecc83a2.gif

5e72e0b92fb5a52319c0fd7fadb2133e.gif=ρ0

97988b7d46eb7ad85b7ae83627c05917.gif=ρ0

065ec1583083cc3c8f04eac463147b2b.gif=ρ1

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 14:55:43
Mods. Please move this thread to 'That can't be True'.

It is really not adding anything by being here other than propagating false information and general spam.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 14:57:31
Mods. Please move this thread to 'That can't be True'.

It is really not adding anything by being here other than propagating false information and general spam.

BS , you're so full of crap and trying to cover up all the fantasy incorrect science and mediocre minded thinking . IT is true like it or not , that's why you have no real reply .


What do you think CERN uses ? 

FE=mc²

Except them silly people are not making new particles , they are fragmenting the particles they are colliding , more mediocre minded thinking .  :o
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 15:10:43
Mods. Please move this thread to 'That can't be True'.

It is really not adding anything by being here other than propagating false information and general spam.

BS , you're so full of crap and trying to cover up all the fantasy incorrect science and mediocre minded thinking . IT is true like it or not , that's why you have no real reply .


What do you think CERN uses ? 

FE=mc²

Except them silly people are not making new particles , they are fragmenting the particles they are colliding , more mediocre minded thinking .  :o
Stop being a fool.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 15:15:27
Stop being a fool.
Do you mean stop resisting make believe and fantasy dogma that spend billions of pounds/dollars/euros on experiments that are meaningless ?

I often sit back relaxed and ignore ''attacking'' science but as they keep attacking my real physics , I'll go on the offensive and show present physics for the naivety it really is .

My offensive is aggressive but ….oh well ...
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 15:44:41
E equals a weight times a speed squared ?
No.
You really need to get to grips with using the right units.
kg can be converted to pound etc which is a weight .
No, it's not.



What ?  It's not the same as weight but's measured by weight ?
The $ or £ value of potatoes is measured by weight.
Don't you understand this?
It's quite a common thing.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 15:45:24
but as they keep attacking my real physics
You have not done any real physics.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 15:47:12
Do you mean stop resisting make believe and fantasy
No,
we mean stop creating it
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 15:51:00
I'll go on the offensive and show present physics for the naivety it really is .
You would need to understand it first.
It's OK; we will wait.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 15:52:35
Do you mean stop resisting make believe and fantasy
No,
we mean stop creating it
Your heckling is not really impressive , you never could ''attack'' my science could you ?

All's you ever do is say a lot of unrelated words trying to defend the fake science .

I've proved you wrong over and over and over again , you'll never be right when you're wrong .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 15:54:48
you never could ''attack'' my science could you ?
No.
Because you have no science to attack.
I've proved you wrong over and over and over again
No.
Not even once
you'll never be right when you're wrong .
You seemed briefly to understand that you can't add mile to gallons, but I guess you have lost that grasp.
You are back to posting stuff that doesn't, and can't make sense.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 15:57:50
Do you mean stop resisting make believe and fantasy
No,
we mean stop creating it
Your heckling is not really impressive , you never could ''attack'' my science could you ?

All's you ever do is say a lot of unrelated words trying to defend the fake science .

I've proved you wrong over and over and over again , you'll never be right when you're wrong .
You sound more like Donald Trump everyday. No grasp on reality, semi-literate and claiming that anybody that contradicts him is peddling fake news.

MOVE to 'That Cant be True'
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 15:58:19
All's you ever do is say a lot of unrelated words trying to defend the fake science .
You just announced that you are not clever enough to understand the relation.

just one quick question.
If all of science is fake, how come your computer works?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:02:06
You sound more like Donald Trump everyday. No grasp on reality, semi-literate and claiming that anybody that contradicts him is peddling fake news.

You fear the truth don't you ?  That is why you can't discuss it , defender of dogma .  Desperately now trying to get the thread closed or trashed .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:03:07
If all of science is fake, how come your computer works?
I didn't say all of science was fake did I ? 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 16:04:10
You sound more like Donald Trump everyday. No grasp on reality, semi-literate and claiming that anybody that contradicts him is peddling fake news.

You fear the truth don't you ?  That is why you can't discuss it , defender of dogma .  Desperately now trying to get the thread closed or trashed .
No. But I dont think think it is good for your nonsense to be given credence and be in a thread that purports to contain new theories.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:06:38
No. But I dont think think it is good for your nonsense to be given credence and be in a thread that purports to contain new theories.
You would call it nonsense to defend your dogma . There is lots of new theory in this thread that discredits present physics .

Do you work at CERN by any chance ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 16:16:59
You would call it nonsense to defend your dogma .
He would also call it nonsense if it was nonsense; and it is.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 16:18:57
If all of science is fake, how come your computer works?
I didn't say all of science was fake did I ? 
Not strictly, no.
But you did say, for example, that E=MC^2 was fake.
That writes off the whole of relativity and (thus) quantum mechanics.
And modern electronics is built using those theories.
So, as I said, How does you computer work, if it's design is based on theories that you say are impossible?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:19:42
He would also call it nonsense if it was nonsense; and it is.
But I've demonstrated some of the present physics is nonsense , please show falsity ?

Do you disagree in my analysis of CERN ? 

Do you disagree with my analysis of mass ?

Please provide a proper counter argument which I already know you cannot do .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:22:24
Not strictly, no.But you did say, for example, that E=MC^2 was fake.That writes off the whole of relativity and (thus) quantum mechanics.And modern electronics is built using those theories.So, as I said, How does you computer work, if it's design is based on theories that you say are impossible?

I didn't say E=mc² was fake , I said it didn't equal energy . Energy equals ba2193014a1db536f127ac78f8cc047f.gif 

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 16:29:44
But I've demonstrated some of the present physics is nonsense
No, you have posted errors of understanding, and random squiggles.
I didn't say E=mc² was fake , I said it didn't equal energy
That makes no sense.
The E represents energy.
Do you disagree in my analysis of CERN ? 
Do you disagree with my analysis of mass ?
You have provided no analyses of either
Please provide a proper counter argument which I already know you cannot do .
We already did.
It's just that you will not even try to understand it.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 16:30:49
If all of science is fake, how come your computer works?
I didn't say all of science was fake did I ? 
Not assuch, you do claim that anybody whocontradicts you is peddling fake science however. This indicates that you are completely delusional.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 16:32:23
You also asked if I worked for CERN, which gives further evidence of your delusional, paranoid character.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 16:34:23
Energy equals ba2193014a1db536f127ac78f8cc047f.gif 


Then how come your computer works even though it was designed by people who do not think that is meaningful, never mind true?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:37:22
whocontradicts you is peddling fake science however. This indicates that you are completely delusional.

Nobody contradicts me at all, you personally don't attempt a defense , a defense is not peddling what is shown to be broken . You'd have to prove it is not broken and show my reasoning to be flawed

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

Q ∝ ed5f517f11e9ba7ef654baf897c1d08c.gif








Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:42:03
Energy equals ba2193014a1db536f127ac78f8cc047f.gif 


Then how come your computer works even though it was designed by people who do not think that is meaningful, never mind true?

Because a computer uses energy , it doesn't explain what energy is . 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 16:44:06
whocontradicts you is peddling fake science however. This indicates that you are completely delusional.

Nobody contradicts me at all, you personally don't attempt a defense , a defense is not peddling what is shown to be broken . You'd have to prove it is not broken and show my reasoning to be flawed

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

Q ∝ ed5f517f11e9ba7ef654baf897c1d08c.gif









Why don't you tell us what those squiggles represent and then we can judge what it means. You do realise that just putting a collection of symbols and operators is like a child doing 'let's play maths'?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 16:46:25
whocontradicts you is peddling fake science however. This indicates that you are completely delusional.

Nobody contradicts me at all, you personally don't attempt a defense , a defense is not peddling what is shown to be broken . You'd have to prove it is not broken and show my reasoning to be flawed

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

Q ∝ ed5f517f11e9ba7ef654baf897c1d08c.gif









Why don't you tell us what those squiggles represent and then we can judge what it means. You do realise that just putting a collection of symbols and operators is like a child doing 'let's play maths'?
E = energy
Q=charge
Q1=neg charge
Q2=pos charge
M=mass
V=volume
t=time
∝=proportional

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 16:54:55
whocontradicts you is peddling fake science however. This indicates that you are completely delusional.

Nobody contradicts me at all, you personally don't attempt a defense , a defense is not peddling what is shown to be broken . You'd have to prove it is not broken and show my reasoning to be flawed

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

Q ∝ ed5f517f11e9ba7ef654baf897c1d08c.gif









Why don't you tell us what those squiggles represent and then we can judge what it means. You do realise that just putting a collection of symbols and operators is like a child doing 'let's play maths'?
E = energy
Q=charge
Q1=neg charge
Q2=pos charge
M=mass
V=volume
t=time
∝=proportional


And how did you derive this? I.ewhat is the basis for both of the equations? Not airy fairy flannel where you wave your hands in the air, but good solid evidence.
You appear to say that energy equals charge. This in turn equals charge again but negative and positive (which must therefore cancel out) divided by time and again divided by volume. How does this equal either energy or charge? Where does volume come in? Why are you dividing charge which cancels out by time anyway?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:01:33
And how did you derive this? I.ewhat is the basis for both of the equations? Not airy fairy flannel where you wave your hands in the air, but good solid evidence. You appear to say that energy equals charge. This in turn equals charge again but negative and positive (which must therefore cancel out) divided by time and again divided by volume. How does this equal either energy or charge? Where does volume come in? Why are you dividing charge which cancels out by time anyway?
I derived at the equation in consideration of an electron and proton charge , (-e) + (+1e) resulting in a 0 net charge .  I then considered an atoms volume and how an atom established a volume , considering this an exothermic process , the charge dividing by the surrounding space but retaining form by it's binary mechanism .  I then additionally applied this to the weaker electrostatic field emitted by atoms , this concluded the same process .  I then applied this even further to the interior of a BH . this again concluded the same process .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 17:02:07
Oh - just noticed. The first equation which equals charge you seem to be saying that the relationship between time and volume is that time is divided by volume.
However when we get to the second equation you appear to state the the relationship is volume divided by time... Do you see the problem?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:10:16
Oh - just noticed. The first equation which equals charge you seem to be saying that the relationship between time and volume is that time is divided by volume.
However when we get to the second equation you appear to state the the relationship is volume divided by time... Do you see the problem?
Well no , pre big bang a+b are divided by time , when a+b combine they are then divided by the volume of space so the charge becomes divided by volume over time because once a+b is combined  , time begins , there is something to age .

a+b/t is absolute where M/V over is time relative .

We could say relative time divided over absolute space .

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 17:11:59
whocontradicts you is peddling fake science however. This indicates that you are completely delusional.

Nobody contradicts me at all, you personally don't attempt a defense , a defense is not peddling what is shown to be broken . You'd have to prove it is not broken and show my reasoning to be flawed

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

Q ∝ ed5f517f11e9ba7ef654baf897c1d08c.gif



Why don't you tell us what those squiggles represent and then we can judge what it means. You do realise that just putting a collection of symbols and operators is like a child doing 'let's play maths'?
E = energy
Q=charge
Q1=neg charge
Q2=pos charge
M=mass
V=volume
t=time
∝=proportional

Energy equals ba2193014a1db536f127ac78f8cc047f.gif 


Then how come your computer works even though it was designed by people who do not think that is meaningful, never mind true?

Because a computer uses energy , it doesn't explain what energy is . 
Yes, but to use it properly the designers have to know how energy works.
And you keep trying to pretend that everyone on the planet- apart from you- couldn't do that.
So, how did they make a computer that works?

Nobody contradicts me at all
Yes we do.
You are wrong.




E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif


OK, You can add Q1 and Q2 togetehr and that gives you a total charge.
But do you understand how you can not multiply a charge by  the ratio of volume to a time, and still have something that is still a charge?

It's like the gallons and meters thing again.
(it really would help if you tried to understand that issue)
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 17:16:42
And how did you derive this? I.ewhat is the basis for both of the equations? Not airy fairy flannel where you wave your hands in the air, but good solid evidence. You appear to say that energy equals charge. This in turn equals charge again but negative and positive (which must therefore cancel out) divided by time and again divided by volume. How does this equal either energy or charge? Where does volume come in? Why are you dividing charge which cancels out by time anyway?
I derived at the equation in consideration of an electron and proton charge , (-e) + (+1e) resulting in a 0 net charge .  I then considered an atoms volume and how an atom established a volume , considering this an exothermic process , the charge dividing by the surrounding space but retaining form by it's binary mechanism .  I then additionally applied this to the weaker electrostatic field emitted by atoms , this concluded the same process .  I then applied this even further to the interior of a BH . this again concluded the same process .

Evidence? An atoms volume is an exothermic process? Really? Why?
What binary mechanism are you referring to? What evidence that this 'mechanism' exists?
How did you apply this to the 'weaker electrostatic force surrounding atoms'? Explain this force and evidence for its existence.
How did you apply it to the interior of a black hole and why did you? How can you show this is relevant?
In all cases detail your workings and explain in plain language.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:17:06
But do you understand how you can not multiply a charge by  the ratio of volume to a time, and still have something that is still a charge?

There's no multiplication in that , it is not meant to explain computers , it explains what energy is  and density of energy .

I've explained before that you think the earths magnetic field and the aether has a density of 0 , this is not true , it is ostensible .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 17:22:53
Oh - just noticed. The first equation which equals charge you seem to be saying that the relationship between time and volume is that time is divided by volume.
However when we get to the second equation you appear to state the the relationship is volume divided by time... Do you see the problem?
Well no , pre big bang a+b are divided by time , when a+b combine they are then divided by the volume of space so the charge becomes divided by volume over time because once a+b is combined  , time begins , there is something to age .

a+b/t is absolute where M/V over is time relative .

We could say relative time divided over absolute space .


Ah - so you have now introduced a+b. That wasn't in the original equation. What do you claim they represent?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 17:24:59
But do you understand how you can not multiply a charge by  the ratio of volume to a time, and still have something that is still a charge?

There's no multiplication in that , it is not meant to explain computers , it explains what energy is  and density of energy .

I've explained before that you think the earths magnetic field and the aether has a density of 0 , this is not true , it is ostensible .
That last sense makes no sense to an English speaker. And we do not think the aether has any properties in the same way as Father Christmas does not.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:26:16
Evidence? An atoms volume is an exothermic process? Really? Why?
Because of transition  and spectral emissions ,  the atom tries to expand with the emission that creates the volume .


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What binary mechanism are you referring to? What evidence that this 'mechanism' exists?

The strong nuclear force and binary of two opposite charges can occupy the same point , the binary force pulls back and stops the full expansion of the atom . The evidence of existence is opposite polarities .

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How did you apply this to the 'weaker electrostatic force surrounding atoms'?

Q1+Q2=Q3

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Explain this force and evidence for its existence.

Gravity , the magnitude of net charge and gross charge playing a role .

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How did you apply it to the interior of a black hole and why did you?

Because a BH retains form , if there were no binary it would instantly expand out of existence .


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How can you show this is relevant?In all cases detail your workings and explain in plain language.

I thought I was explaining in plain language .  Go for a walk, the space you are walking through has a  binary field of N . You are also N and are really small so you don't observe density although  there is a density . 

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:26:49
Oh - just noticed. The first equation which equals charge you seem to be saying that the relationship between time and volume is that time is divided by volume.
However when we get to the second equation you appear to state the the relationship is volume divided by time... Do you see the problem?
Well no , pre big bang a+b are divided by time , when a+b combine they are then divided by the volume of space so the charge becomes divided by volume over time because once a+b is combined  , time begins , there is something to age .

a+b/t is absolute where M/V over is time relative .

We could say relative time divided over absolute space .


Ah - so you have now introduced a+b. That wasn't in the original equation. What do you claim they represent?
a=Q1
b=Q2
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 17:27:31
There's no multiplication in that
Yes there is

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

means Q = (Q1 +Q2) multiplied by 1/t  and then multiplied by 1/ V.

Again, all you have done is show that you can't even do basic algebra.
I've explained before that...
No
You have not explained anything.
You have made some absurd claims + produced scribble.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 17:29:32
it is ostensible .
You would look less dimwitted if you stopped misusing that word.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:33:36
There's no multiplication in that
Yes there is

E = Q = 8924044a91f651daa3d9dc2e6b795872.gif

means Q = (Q1 +Q2) multiplied by 1/t  and then multiplied by 1/ V.

Again, all you have done is show that you can't even do basic algebra.
I've explained before that...
No
You have not explained anything.
You have made some absurd claims + produced scribble.


ok

Q=99149f6d98761033c5a753b8fecc83a2.gif/75b097e23b9728e6ed81b479503ab3f3.gif=d0b4392396339b39a11a65ab9a86c942.gif
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 17:39:53
Q isn't 1/t
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 03/05/2019 17:41:53
Mass is the amount of charge of matter , the weight measure of force is the electrostatic force between two neutral matters .
The interwoven electrostatic N-force is weaker than the strong nuclear force , we call this force gravity .

This model makes a testable prediction. If gravity is actually an effect of the electromagnetic force, then gravitational waves should not exist. Instead, only electromagnetic waves could ever result from accelerating masses. However LIGO and VIRGO have detected gravitational waves many times, which falsifies your model. Of course, I expect you to either claim that LIGO and VIRGO are mistaken or part of some conspiracy.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:42:36
Q isn't 1/t
Yes it is when Q1+Q2=Q3=1 or a+b=c=1 




Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:46:04
Mass is the amount of charge of matter , the weight measure of force is the electrostatic force between two neutral matters .
The interwoven electrostatic N-force is weaker than the strong nuclear force , we call this force gravity .

This model makes a testable prediction. If gravity is actually an effect of the electromagnetic force, then gravitational waves should not exist. Instead, only electromagnetic waves could ever result from accelerating masses. However LIGO and VIRGO have detected gravitational waves many times, which falsifies your model. Of course, I expect you to either claim that LIGO and VIRGO are mistaken or part of some conspiracy.
Gravitational waves are neutral in charge , LIGO detected field fluctuations , you could assume these waves are electrostatic waves of the neutral variety agreeing with my theory .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 17:47:50
Oh - just noticed. The first equation which equals charge you seem to be saying that the relationship between time and volume is that time is divided by volume.
However when we get to the second equation you appear to state the the relationship is volume divided by time... Do you see the problem?
Well no , pre big bang a+b are divided by time , when a+b combine they are then divided by the volume of space so the charge becomes divided by volume over time because once a+b is combined  , time begins , there is something to age .

a+b/t is absolute where M/V over is time relative .

We could say relative time divided over absolute space .


Ah - so you have now introduced a+b. That wasn't in the original equation. What do you claim they represent?
a=Q1
b=Q2
So why change it to a and b?
The top row of your equation then adds positive charge to negative charge. This produces a big fat 0 charge...you then proceed to divide zero by time or volume or both...
What do you get if you divide zero by something?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 03/05/2019 17:48:07
Gravitational waves are neutral in charge , LIGO detected field fluctuations , you could assume these waves are electrostatic waves of the neutral variety agreeing with my theory .

LIGO can't detect electrostatic waves. It isn't designed for that.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:52:17
What do you get if you divide zero by something?
You get  a larger volume of 0 but you are not considering that 0 net charge is not nothing , we are dividing a binary energy with 0 net charge by a larger volume something .  The density is spread out , stretched .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 17:54:24
Gravitational waves are neutral in charge , LIGO detected field fluctuations , you could assume these waves are electrostatic waves of the neutral variety agreeing with my theory .

LIGO can't detect electrostatic waves. It isn't designed for that.
Unknowingly it is , its set up to detect gravitational waves which are electrostatic neutrally charges waves , otherwise undetectable , i'e aether fluctuations . 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 17:59:45
Q isn't 1/t
Yes it is when Q1+Q2=Q3=1 or a+b=c=1 





Ah - so you have introduced Q3 . What is this please?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 18:03:40
Q isn't 1/t
Yes it is when Q1+Q2=Q3=1 or a+b=c=1 





Ah - so you have introduced Q3 . What is this please?
Q3 is the interwoven binary electrostatic field emitted by an atom with a net charge of 0 .   The gravitational field of an atom in simple terms that is stretched by the exothermic process to have an ostensible density of 0 .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 18:05:04
What do you get if you divide zero by something?
You get  a larger volume of 0 but you are not considering that 0 net charge is not nothing , we are dividing a binary energy with 0 net charge by a larger volume something .  The density is spread out , stretched .
No you don't.
If I have no pizzas, and split no pizzas 4 ways how many pizzas have I got?
And what do you mean - 0 net charge is not nothing? There is either 0 charge or there is not.
Can you energy also explain what 'binary energy' is and the evidence for it's existence plus the other stuff you avoided answering.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 18:06:44
Q isn't 1/t
Yes it is when Q1+Q2=Q3=1 or a+b=c=1 





Ah - so you have introduced Q3 . What is this please?
Q3 is the interwoven binary electrostatic field emitted by an atom with a net charge of 0 .   The gravitational field of an atom in simple terms that is stretched by the exothermic process to have an ostensible density of 0 .

That is utter gobbledegook.as BCpointed out, you should stop using the word ostensible because it makes look foolish.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 18:08:17
No you don't. If I have no pizzas, and split no pizzas 4 ways how many pizzas have I got?
We don't  have no pizzas though , we have a+b=1 pizza and if you expand that pizza by a volume the pizza will decrease in density but it will still be 1 pizza .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 18:09:21
you should stop using the word ostensible because it makes look foolish.
But that's the correct word , it appears to be true but on close inspection , it turns out not to be true .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 18:19:08
You do realise that a positive and/or negative charged gravitational wave can be observed as lightning ? 

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 18:24:42
You do realise that a positive and/or negative charged gravitational wave can be observed as lightning ? 


Nonsense.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 18:25:10
you should stop using the word ostensible because it makes look foolish.
But that's the correct word , it appears to be true but on close inspection , it turns out not to be true .
Not the way in which you use it.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 03/05/2019 18:30:12
You do realise that a positive and/or negative charged gravitational wave can be observed as lightning ? 


Nonsense.
Not at all , consider how the positive charge of an interwoven binary field would push back a positive charge strike to amplify the strike .Newtons third law and Coulombs law.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 18:47:07
.
You do realise that a positive and/or negative charged gravitational wave can be observed as lightning ? 

No.
We realise that it can not
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 03/05/2019 18:48:19
Q isn't 1/t
Yes it is when Q1+Q2=Q3=1 or a+b=c=1 





But it is not the rest of the time.
So your equation is usually wrong.
So it's useless.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 18:48:30
You do realise that a positive and/or negative charged gravitational wave can be observed as lightning ? 


Nonsense.
Not at all , consider how the positive charge of an interwoven binary field would push back a positive charge strike to amplify the strike .Newtons third law and Coulombs law.
I ask again, explain this 'interwoven binary field' with evidence for its existence.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: The Spoon on 03/05/2019 18:50:57
No you don't. If I have no pizzas, and split no pizzas 4 ways how many pizzas have I got?
We don't  have no pizzas though , we have a+b=1 pizza and if you expand that pizza by a volume the pizza will decrease in density but it will still be 1 pizza .
When A = 1 pizza and b = -1 pizza, you have no pizzas. This is basic fundamental stuff. You do cannot add 1+-1 and get as you seem to think 2 or 3 or any other number.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 03/05/2019 20:33:58
Unknowingly it is

If it was, electromagnetic waves would be setting it off all the time and the device wouldn't be able to tell the difference between waves from local sources and those from colliding neutron stars/black holes light-years away.

its set up to detect gravitational waves which are electrostatic neutrally charges waves

All electromagnetic waves are already neutral. Electromagnetic waves don't cause the fluctuations in mirror distance that Einsteinian gravitational waves do. They cannot be responsible for LIGO's detections.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 12:00:07
Unknowingly it is

If it was, electromagnetic waves would be setting it off all the time and the device wouldn't be able to tell the difference between waves from local sources and those from colliding neutron stars/black holes light-years away.

its set up to detect gravitational waves which are electrostatic neutrally charges waves

All electromagnetic waves are already neutral. Electromagnetic waves don't cause the fluctuations in mirror distance that Einsteinian gravitational waves do. They cannot be responsible for LIGO's detections.
Maybe it's a specific polarity or  wavelength and/or frequency that sets it off .  Anyway , I'm glad you recognise the neutral of waves , you should now recognise why a  field aether would also have to be neutral . If it were not neutral it would impose a force on the neutral binary electromagnetic waves .  A positive charged ''wave''  would propagate through space slower than a neutral wave because the positive of the aether binary would push back  creating a resistance force .
The neutrality of the aether making it transparent to propagating neutral waves .


Additionally you now may understand a N-field particle and a N-field .  A N-field particle is denser than a N-field  , a N-field is denser than space .

N-field particle = atom

N-field = spatial fields /aether

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 12:55:27
you should now recognise why a  field aether would also have to be neutral
No. For the same reason that unicorns don't have to be neutral.
We looked really carefully, and it isn't there.

If there was some ether which could affect LIGO then it would also affect the MM experiment.
There wasn't one.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 12:56:47
Additionally you now may understand a N-field particle and a N-field .  A N-field particle is denser than a N-field  , a N-field is denser than space .

N-field particle = atom

N-field = spatial fields /aether

Why do you  post word salad like that?
Are you genuinely under the delusion that it means something, or are you being deliberately unclear?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 15:13:09
Additionally you now may understand a N-field particle and a N-field .  A N-field particle is denser than a N-field  , a N-field is denser than space .

N-field particle = atom

N-field = spatial fields /aether

Why do you  post word salad like that?
Are you genuinely under the delusion that it means something, or are you being deliberately unclear?

Are you really that mediocre minded and clueless you don't understand that ?

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 15:14:54
We looked really carefully, and it isn't there.If there was some ether which could affect LIGO then it would also affect the MM experiment.There wasn't one.
Maybe you didn't look carefully enough ...especially seems as the earth emits an aether field . You don't seem to have much scientific vigour ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 04/05/2019 15:35:22
Maybe it's a specific polarity or  wavelength and/or frequency that sets it off .

Maybe? Do you not even know how LIGO works? You can't claim that LIGO detected your hypothetical electrostatic waves if you don't even know the principle at work behind its detectors. I happen to know how it works and no form of electrical or magnetic phenomenon can duplicate the effect that gravitational waves have on those detectors.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a B
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 15:45:08
Do you not even know how LIGO works?
I know of LIGO , it uses light .  Perhaps you can explain the method in full and simple terms ?


My way to detect an aether is much more physical and forced , I intend to curve the aether making it denser to physically see with our eyes .  You think splitting an atom was good ?  How about splitting time and space ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 19:01:13
Are you really that mediocre minded and clueless you don't understand that ?
No.
I'm really so astutely minded that I can spot bull when I see it.

However, if you are still trying to claim that it is meaningful, you would do better if you tried to explain it than by trying to criticise me.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 19:06:52
No.I'm really so astutely minded that I can spot bull when I see it.However, if you are still trying to claim that it is meaningful, you would do better if you tried to explain it than by trying to criticise me.
You extract information like a juicer extracts juice ...hmmm.


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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 19:14:00

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Would you like to explain what that's meant to mean?
In particular, that equation is  wrong.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 19:14:41
You extract information like a juicer extracts juice ...hmmm.
Not really, since I have more or less totally failed to get anything meaningful out of you.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 19:19:34

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Would you like to explain what that's meant to mean?
In particular, that equation is  wrong.
That means if you were to take a quantum field of 0 net charge  and divide this quantum field by 2 , you would split space and time creating an electrical charge measure .

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 20:48:04

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Would you like to explain what that's meant to mean?
In particular, that equation is  wrong.
That means if you were to take a quantum field of 0 net charge  and divide this quantum field by 2 , you would split space and time creating an electrical charge measure .


OK, so it's poetry, rather than science.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Kryptid on 04/05/2019 21:21:53
Perhaps you can explain the method in full and simple terms ?

Einsteinian gravitational waves cause a stretching and contracting of space along two planes perpendicular to the direction of the waves' travel. As the wave passes through matter, the matter along one axis perpendicular to the direction of travel is stretched while it is compressed along the axis at a 90 degree angle to both the direction of travel and the angle of stretching. As the wave progresses, the direction of the stretching and compressing is reversed, then it is reversed again, and so on until the wave passes completely through the piece of matter. This is a trait unique to gravitational waves. Electromagnetic waves don't do anything like this.

LIGO utilizes this stretching and compressing of space at 90 degree angles to each other in order to pick out the unique signature that GWs produce. There are two "arms" of the device, set at 90 degree angles to each other where lasers are shined through a vacuum towards mirrors. The lasers are arranged in such a way that complete destructive interference prevents any of the laser light from reaching the photodetector if it takes an equal amount of time for both beams to reach the mirrors and reflect off.

So if a gravitational wave passes through the instrument, it causes one arm of LIGO to be slightly stretched and the other to be slightly compressed. Since the speed of light is the same in all reference frames, it takes the laser slightly less time to travel along one arm than the other. The disturbs the perfect destructive interference, allowing some of the laser light to leak through to the photodetector.

By the way, your equation (0Q/2 = Q) would always result in an answer of zero. Zero is in the numerator, and anything multiplied by zero is zero. Pretty pointless if it always gives the same answer no matter what value you put in for Q.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 04/05/2019 21:55:48

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Would you like to explain what that's meant to mean?
In particular, that equation is  wrong.
That means if you were to take a quantum field of 0 net charge  and divide this quantum field by 2 , you would split space and time creating an electrical charge measure .


If that's what you meant, why didn't you say so in the first place, rather than making the obviously stupid assertion that zero equals two.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 22:28:36
OK, so it's poetry, rather than science.
Well it isn't opera , you do know the difference between science , poetry and opera don't you ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 04/05/2019 22:32:45
By the way, your equation (0Q/2 = Q) would always result in an answer of zero. Zero is in the numerator, and anything multiplied by zero is zero. Pretty pointless if it always gives the same answer no matter what value you put in for Q.
There is no multiply , 0Q is one thing not 0*Q

I'll try it this way

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Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 10:01:39
OK, so it's poetry, rather than science.
Well it isn't opera , you do know the difference between science , poetry and opera don't you ?
Yes, science has to be clear.
And since you ruled out opera, I must be right; you are creating poetry.

Why not try actually explaining what you mean?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 14:24:34
OK, so it's poetry, rather than science.
Well it isn't opera , you do know the difference between science , poetry and opera don't you ?
Yes, science has to be clear.
And since you ruled out opera, I must be right; you are creating poetry.

Why not try actually explaining what you mean?
I've explained several times before but I suppose I'll explain again . If we took single dimension of space and gave it a length x , a linearity , this linearity will have the properties of a spatial field  and 0 net charge .  x is a binary interwoven fabric of a+b .
To split the binary we add force and divide the binary by force causing time and space to split and an arc of the aether .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 14:49:58
I've explained several times before
No.
You have not explained it.
You  have provided squiggles and word salad.
And this

. If we took single dimension of space and gave it a length x , a linearity , this linearity will have the properties of a spatial field  and 0 net charge .  x is a binary interwoven fabric of a+b .
To split the binary we add force and divide the binary by force causing time and space to split and an arc of the aether .
is just more word salad.

So, once again, do you post it because you think it means something, or are you being deliberately unclear?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 15:42:08
So, once again, do you post it because you think it means something, or are you being deliberately unclear?

Wow , you are being really obtuse Mr C . 

Do you have any imagination ?

Go for a walk Mr C , I want you to imagine that you're a Photon and the space you are propagating through is glass . 

Can you imagine that Mr C ?   Can you see yourself passing through the glass because the glass is not impeding your motion because you are relatively a dot compared to the spatial aether and the spatial aether is N just like you .


Added - If the aether became positive or negative charged , it would impede your motion Mr C .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 16:07:05
Wow , you are being really obtuse Mr C . 
It's not as if I'm the only one, is it?
Nobody understands the tosh you post.
Can you imagine that Mr C ?   Can you see yourself passing through the glass because the glass is not impeding your motion because you are relatively a dot compared to the spatial aether and the spatial aether is N just like you .
In reality glass impedes light.
The speed of light in glass is typically about two thirds of the speed in vacuo.
That's part of the problem.
Every now and then you say something which is clear- and it often shows that you are wrong.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 16:14:24
In reality glass impedes light.
In reality the aether impedes us kE but it is unnoticeable .  You admit the earth emits a field and this field measures 0 net charge right ?

You admit you can freely walk through this field right ?

Do you admit that if the field was positive charged or negative charged it would impede you in a big way?


added- Clouds hang in the Aether I thinks ….. ::)  The stratosphere stops them falling ... :-\


P.s The Aether impedes lightning charge and creates an aether arc ….
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 16:42:13
You admit the earth emits a field
No.
The Earth has a magnetic field.
Fields are not usually "negative" or "positive".
The Earth's gravitational field is, arguably, positive.
It certainly does not impede my progress as I walk, in fact it is vital.

Once again, to the extent that you can be understood, you are wrong.

And you really need to get to grips with the fact that the Ether Theory died  over a hundred years ago.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 16:48:06
And you really need to get to grips with the fact that the Ether Theory died  over a hundred years ago.
I've resurrected the arc of the covenant and inside the power is divided by two , however hell raiser will warn you not to open the box because you'll get burned badly .

You may call this comedy gold and just another box story ,  your aether was imperceivably hidden . 
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 16:51:11
And you really need to get to grips with the fact that the Ether Theory died  over a hundred years ago.
I've resurrected the arc of the covenant and inside the power is divided by two , however hell raiser will warn you not to open the box because you'll get burned badly .

You may call this comedy gold and just another box story ,  your aether was imperceivably hidden . 
More of the same junk.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 16:56:47
More of the same junk.
I sometimes think you are one of these Turin tests as you never seem to have any ability to think .  Your replies don't focus on anything that's been explained , you  just say it's nonsense or wrong based on your subjective opinion . 
The reality is that there is a chance there is an imperceptible aether , the earths oblate shape suggests the earth is pushing ''down'' on something ,  the earths own field also allowing energy propagation .
You do not have great vigour in your thoughts Mr C , perhaps you should admit I am the far superior thinker than yourself ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 17:01:13
I sometimes think you are one of these Turin tests as you never seem to have any ability to think .  Your replies don't focus on anything that's been explained , you  just say it's nonsense or wrong based on your subjective opinion . 
The reality is that there is a chance there is an imperceptible aether , the earths oblate shape suggests the earth is pushing ''down'' on something ,  the earths own field also allowing energy propagation .
You do not have great vigour in your thoughts Mr C , perhaps you should admit I am the far superior thinker than yourself ?

More of the same junk.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 17:08:29
I sometimes think you are one of these Turin tests as you never seem to have any ability to think .  Your replies don't focus on anything that's been explained , you  just say it's nonsense or wrong based on your subjective opinion . 
The reality is that there is a chance there is an imperceptible aether , the earths oblate shape suggests the earth is pushing ''down'' on something ,  the earths own field also allowing energy propagation .
You do not have great vigour in your thoughts Mr C , perhaps you should admit I am the far superior thinker than yourself ?

More of the same junk.
You are such a troll at times , why do you bother ? Do you think in some way you upset me ?  That is quite laughable Mr C if you do .   
You are what we call a wind up merchant , keep peddling gibberish as if it has meaningful content .

Perhaps we are inside a Nuclear reactor Mr C , size is relative after all . Nuclear waste looking into the sky thinking we are all that , how funny that'd turn out to be .

Can you prove we're not inside a nuclear reactor Mr C ?
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 17:30:11

4 mins 35 s

You know you could put a fan on it  i.e wind powered .


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When you rotate the glass , you're cutting the aether …..



Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 17:40:13
You are such a troll at times , why do you bother ? Do you think in some way you upset me ?  That is quite laughable Mr C if you do .   
You are what we call a wind up merchant , keep peddling gibberish as if it has meaningful content .

Perhaps we are inside a Nuclear reactor Mr C , size is relative after all . Nuclear waste looking into the sky thinking we are all that , how funny that'd turn out to be .

Can you prove we're not inside a nuclear reactor Mr C ?

More of the same junk.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 17:53:21
More of the same junk.
Why do the mods allow your spamming ? I'd ban you .
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 17:57:23
Stating a fact isn't spamming.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Thebox on 05/05/2019 18:12:18
Stating a fact isn't spamming.
So just because it is beyond your own personal level of comprehension , it is nonsense ?  What sort of logic is that ?

Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Bored chemist on 05/05/2019 18:17:52
Stating a fact isn't spamming.
So just because it is beyond your own personal level of comprehension , it is nonsense ?  What sort of logic is that ?
More of the same junk.
Title: Re: The interior interwoven binary aether of a BH
Post by: Iluminatis on 22/07/2019 09:10:07
No replies ?  I can manipulate the aether if you'd like and create a wormhole or similar , maybe even free energy .


Doesn't nobody like experiments ?
I do like experiments, do you have any purposes?
It depend by the experiment