Relativity Outside of the Box

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Offline Larry1957

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Relativity Outside of the Box
« on: 11/09/2012 07:22:19 »
Is it possible that relativity effects the low speed orbit of satellites?  I can offer 10 points that might support that notion.  I produced a video to explain my thinking.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYPlJKi78X0  Could I be even a little bit right about this?

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Re: Relativity Outside of the Box
« Reply #1 on: 11/09/2012 09:24:29 »
Very good video, I actually liked the presentation.

  And yes, as our solar system orbits inside of our galaxy as it spins around, our planet and our solar system are going to experience areas of density, different levels of gravity, different levels of inertia, and maybe even through different levels of dark matter, and dark energy. 

 Just as our orbit around our sun causes changes, you can be sure that our solar system revolving around our galaxy also causes changes.

  Your ideas are as plausible as any others I have heard.

  And the way I always seen it, is that "everything" is relative to the observer, at all speeds, and levels of gravity, and the forces, etc.

  "everything" is energy anyways, after you break it all down.......
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Re: Relativity Outside of the Box
« Reply #2 on: 11/09/2012 12:50:43 »
Larry - we do not like posts which appear on multiple websites here at Naked Scientists - we also prefer for the format to be more along the lines of Q&A.  I have moved this thread to New Theories.   Please post a quick summary for the members to read rather than going to your video

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