x=Vt <=> (dx=Vdt & V=const)

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x=Vt <=> (dx=Vdt & V=const)
« on: 30/01/2005 10:51:47 »
Yes that is how it is: x=Vt <=> (dx=Vdt & V=const)
You are working all along with ocnstant velocity.
No wonder why you see c=const.

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Re: x=Vt <=> (dx=Vdt & V=const)
« Reply #1 on: 30/01/2005 12:13:23 »
Sorry I got as far as "Unified Psycho Physics" and the fancy ying yang, and then stopped reading. I realize you are a trawl, but seriously if you want to have a proper discussion about this start one, donít just come here and spout something; having a personal website doesn't make something true, I notice from all of your other posts you keep linking to it.

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Re: x=Vt <=> (dx=Vdt & V=const)
« Reply #2 on: 30/01/2005 17:19:51 »
Dobri, please clarify your topic title !!..it'll help with others identifying your thread and especially when others are using the search facility....oh and ditto everything Ultima has said too !!

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