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One of my research shows that the time moves fastest the further up we go in the outer space.
The constant spin inside a natural body gets stronger from the surface of the earth the more inward it goes it widens up to such a gigantic space that it’s motions no longer can curve or appear. But it exists. This infinite spin within a natural body is widely known.
The principle reason being is because there is a halt in the centre of the earth. It is not pulling like it did originally. There is a loop at the very heart of the centre of the earth.
I think this "When we discover a small component of a matter it shows the innerspaces within it is bigger the smaller the component is." is only true of Dr Who's TARDIS.
If we look for a while on the Power of Ten Ruler, which shows the things in terms of centimetres. It shows that the radius of earth is 1010 cm, radius of the sun is 1110, the solar system is 1510 and the visible Universe is 2810 cm. And the Universe is getting bigger. These are the expansions of the outer space. Simultaneously there is however, a constantly expanding inner space shows by the ruler.
Would I be wrong in assuming it falls on the line directly between my location here, and a corresponding location on the opposite side of the globe? Roughly half way along that line?
At the centre of the earth a clock should run at the same speed as on in freefall.
Because the Earth is not uniform, plumblines hung near its surface will not all point to the same place. If you happen to be near a large mountain, a plumbline will lean towards the large local mass, slightly, and not to the centre of (mass of) the Earth.
Anywhay, 'which' centre did you want to find? (That's not a frivolous question, btw,)
Quote from: sophiecentaur on 29/05/2008 15:04:30Anywhay, 'which' centre did you want to find? (That's not a frivolous question, btw,)The exact Centre of the Earth. Some claims that the great Pyramid is built at the centre of the earth. I don't agree. Would you agree or disagree for what reasons?
A clock in deep space would be in freefall.