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Quote from: Thebox on 13/07/2017 17:39:52By proper scientist, I mean you have qualifications in it, probably a professional scientist and get paid for it as a job in some section of science. Then yes. Analytical chemistry.Your answer to the logic loop was a Donald Trump answer. Meaningless to the question of relativity.

By proper scientist, I mean you have qualifications in it, probably a professional scientist and get paid for it as a job in some section of science.

I quite like chemistry, use to know a little about it, chair formations

Postulate one: The speed of time is infinite,

Quote from: Thebox on 02/07/2017 16:09:32Postulate one: The speed of time is infinite, Kindly define the speed of time in mathematical terms. E.g: the speed of a bag of nicely packaged horse droppings flung in your direction or mine might be, let's say, a constant 30 kilometers per hour. Mathematically, the speed or vectored speed, velocity, would be expressed as v=x/t, or v=30_kilometers/3600_seconds. That would define the movement of something, typically something definable enough to possess the property of mass (like the aforementioned bag of poo), with respect to time. But a mathematical expression for the movement of time would have to be t/t, which = 1. Makes no sense to me, but hey, I didn't have to pass an exam to get on this forum and neither did anyone else.

But a mathematical expression for the movement of time would have to be t/t, which = 1. Makes no sense to me, but hey, I didn't have to pass an exam to get on this forum and neither did anyone else.

You passed the test. All other speeds are some fraction of one. We usually express 1 as c. If you want to go deeper e=c so time is energy of available motion. E=mcc if we could define a rest state which we cannot would have the fastest completed cycle for the electron. All other frames are a fraction of the fastest cycle of the electron. mc is the cycle of total motion through the sea of c energy. You need to subtract the distance through c for all frames. This means velocity of a frame is counted within the electron cycle for distance with in a cycle. This is necessary for understanding relativity. You can never measure your energy use between at rest and c with a clock. A clock measures energy available but not the energy being used in your frame. An atom at velocity c would = 0 energy and 0 time because there would be no energy left for cycling motion. So c=e=motion.

Quote from: GoC on 22/07/2017 13:15:27You passed the test. All other speeds are some fraction of one. We usually express 1 as c. If you want to go deeper e=c so time is energy of available motion. E=mcc if we could define a rest state which we cannot would have the fastest completed cycle for the electron. All other frames are a fraction of the fastest cycle of the electron. mc is the cycle of total motion through the sea of c energy. You need to subtract the distance through c for all frames. This means velocity of a frame is counted within the electron cycle for distance with in a cycle. This is necessary for understanding relativity. You can never measure your energy use between at rest and c with a clock. A clock measures energy available but not the energy being used in your frame. An atom at velocity c would = 0 energy and 0 time because there would be no energy left for cycling motion. So c=e=motion. There's an interesting mathematical divergence from physics called "dimensional analysis." Put simply, the dimensions on both sides of an equation must balance. If when all operations are performed on the left side of an equation, and the dimensions end up being mass x velocity ÷ distance, reduction of all operations on the right side of that equation must come out with the same dimensions. E=mcc balances dimensionally; E=c does not, and is therefore meaningless. Velocity is not equivalent to energy.I suppose that means I've actually flunked the test. Alas.

c is the rate of change of entropy , E=c0efbb5b854cd77c8e02a069d69d41b9.gif Δtc

Quote from: Thebox on 23/07/2017 03:02:00c is the rate of change of entropy , E=c0efbb5b854cd77c8e02a069d69d41b9.gif ΔtcI'm accustomed to using "c" to represent the velocity of light. In the equation you provided, I don't see E=c anywhere. I don't know the equation or the meaning of its right-side terms, except for the Planck constant. I see a little subscript c that does not tell me squat, relate to, or refute my comment. What kind of pseudo-scientists am I dealing with here? Can't anyone either admit a screw-up or honestly explain an element of confusion? Don't take this personally, but please Help! BTW, please tell me where to go to construct well-formatted equations as you've done. Is there a way to use TeX or LaTeX on this site? Thanks!

E=c and the distance energy can travel is ~ 186,000 miles a second. It is a constant in space. Mass is not needed for this constant. You can accept it or not your choice. Just because no one explained it to you does not mean it's not true. This is an observed fact relativity is correct by observation while there is no way for proof.What are you trying to balance? You need to define the players of that balance you seek.Here is the balance in terms of fundamental c (energy). Absolute rest is an impossible state. So we have an energy of c in space which in a vacuum does not slow down or speed up. It's a constant. Now lets add Mass. What moves the electrons of mass? c of course. Now lets look at how c balances the electron movement with available energy of c. First we will define maximum rest for mass. That would be the fastest cycle in the least amount of added space used. Ok now we travel through space and here is where the equation of energy use becomes a balancing act. We are balancing the energy c as delivered to the electron. The energy delivered to the electron is a constant c. But with velocity we travel through space which takes more energy per cycle of the electron because of the increase in distance traveled per cycle. Everything is related to distance and the energy of distance c is constant.We measure time as cycles of the electron. At c an atoms electron would not cycle. So we can add E=time as we measure it.Most everyone reads with an eye to falsify. It's unusual to find one with an eye to understand first.

An accelerated clock measures the passing of time at a slower rate,