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... a value of 1 second is equal to 0.2875 miles per second...
I found here, no one elsewhere wants to listen, apparently I talk gibberish and science can not understand my ideas, according to science my ideas have no merit and just about everywhere banned me.
I think you must be misunderstanding or missing the entire point .........
If the solar system had been configured differently then we wouldn't be measuring in seconds. It would be something else. Maybe still based on the period of rotation of the earth but with a different rotational period.
Quote from: Thebox on 11/03/2015 22:10:52I think you must be misunderstanding or missing the entire point .........Have you considered that it might be yourself who is missing the point. Read the previous postQuote from: jeffreyH on 11/03/2015 21:56:13If the solar system had been configured differently then we wouldn't be measuring in seconds. It would be something else. Maybe still based on the period of rotation of the earth but with a different rotational period.What you are saying is already well understood, as jefferyH says it is an arbitrary measurement and history is irrelevant. We use it and it works.
You really think it is irrelevant that 1 second is equal to 462.69 m a distance and not time, and the said speed of light being faster than time devised by Humanity ?
What happened to science?
but in order for people to spend time answering your posts, you need to start making sense.
Quote from: Colin2B on 11/03/2015 23:32:41 but in order for people to spend time answering your posts, you need to start making sense.And listening to those who are trying to help!
This thread is my thread and is discussing a theory from myself, in none of my posts do I say I require any help in the present available information I am disputing.
A Sundial is not measuring time, it is measuring the relative movement of the shadow compared to the Suns position in the sky.A sundial or using any form of motion to measure time is not measuring time but simply measuring relative timing of motion. A synchronization of timing of motion.
When light speed was found, the scientist were under the perceived impression of time. 299792458 m/s , a second based on a distance. How can that be accurate?it reads c=299792458 m per 462.69 m