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I believe that in order to understand gravity and/or dark matter, one may be able to look into our own backyard.
1) Take for instance a re-inforced steel habitat that is build for humans to live in deep in the ocean.
2) Now quantify the the gravity exerted on a human (g-forces and weight) and space craft ...
3) Consider the micro gravity of living on the space station or walking on a space craft as it orbits the earth and the air pressure that is needed to sustain that habitat.
4) In our own backyard we should be able to examine this spectrum ...
from one end to the other and potentially quantify these differences on paper on paper and potentially map out what gravity / dark matter is in a formula that will fit the bigger picture or come close to it with a few differences that can be ironed out with reasoning and logic and be proven as it always has in the past. ...
PmbPhy, you crack me up sometimes! Reminds me of Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang TV show!
How come no one wants to entertain wadegardner's questions more seriously?
In 1915 scientists probably thought they couldn't physically prove time dilation (even though they predicted it), it was't even until about 1955 that we could measure time accurately enough to measure time dilation in our own "backyard".
Was the considerable amount of research on gravity in those various environments specifically in search of dark matter and was it sensitive enough and/or do we have sensitive enough technology to measure it yet?
PmbPhy, when you were talking about your backyard when you were bashing my ideas, I thought you were actually talking about your house backyard. That is what it sounded like. Thank you for the clarification. you made my day.
One cannot see the air that we breath but, we know it's there.
What if we are in the middle of dark matter ...
Like I said, I believe my ideas have merit.
PmbPhy, when you were talking about your backyard when you were bashing my ideas, I thought you were actually talking about your house backyard.
My apologies to you PmbPhy for not asking for clarification of what you meant by backyard. I should of been more sensitive.
First of all when I said "my own back yard" I was referring to our environment at sea level, i.e. Standard Pressure, Temperature and Pressure (STP). I assumed that is what you meant by "back yard." By the way. In the future, if you don't know or are not 100% sure of what someone meant its best to simply ask them rather than trying to "read their mind" by which I mean thinking that you know what they said when in actually you don't. I.e. you misread their intent. I dislike that kind of thing so much that it's one of the rules my members have to follow when they join my physics forum.
Perhaps, PmbPhy you should take your own advice. It was very clear, from context, that wade used the term "own back yard" to refer to environments currently accessible to us. He even gave examples of such environments, in order to avoid ambiguity.
I assumed that is what you meant by "back yard."
You chose to "read his mind" ..
... and impose a different interpretation on the phrase, an interpretation that contradicted his specific mention of accessible environments.
Thank you for the clarification. you made my day.
You owe wade an apology.
I try not to impose on being 'in the right' although I believe I was when I made a few negative comments about others.
To me all negative points made either by me or others, are an opportunity to be better. Not only in ideas but actions as well. Thank you PmbPhy for noting. I like your philosophy. I know we all are in search of the truth here as it edifies the mind.
Thanks, I appreciate that.