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OK halc, what if I travelled near a black hole and came home, the twin paradox, , , ,it would be the same effect, my ideas explain that tooIn physics, the twin paradox is a thought experiment in special relativity involving identical twins, one of whom makes a journey into space in a high-speed rocket or travels close to a black hole, then returns home to find that the twin who remained on Earth has aged more.
ha ha, i give up explaining to you, my post was meant to verify my ideas, so i'll wait for someone who can, , , ,
OK thanks, , ,I will try to define SP# as a double, and look at the DIM function and let you know
Since when are 45 miles per second and 45 miles per second per megaparsec the same? Those are different units signifying different things.
The expansion rate of the universe is not a velocity. It has different units.
Yippeee, ha ha, at least you got one thing right halc, , thank you
I suspect you are not using sufficient precision on your variables to handle a value of .99999997.
Helo the incredible halc, explain to me how neutrinos can arrive here at Earth sooner than the photons from the same event - they must have a lower rest mass than photons, , ,
They go so fast that they should have an apparent speed slower than a walking pace - Massless particles do not behave like matter, as with protons and neutrons, and are immune to the higgs fieldLike photons, neutrinos are thought to have a rest mass of zero,
Wow, , , I put in 10 9s .9999999999 and got a TD of 70710.67 and an APP of just 2.633874 MPS, , ,, SPOOKY Remember, , , im getting there, relative to a stationary observer, matter that moves at C appears to stop
Quote from: AtoMick-u235 on 16/05/2019 17:08:36explain to me how neutrinos can arrive here at Earth sooner than the photons from the same event - they must have a lower rest mass than photons, , , Neutrinos produced by a supernova are able to escape the core and begin their trip to Earth before the shockwave can propagate through the star to produce the light flash. Even photons produced at the core are have to work their way through along a meandering path while the neutrinos pass through it as if it is not there. The neutrinos arrive first, not because they traveled faster, but because they got a head start.
explain to me how neutrinos can arrive here at Earth sooner than the photons from the same event - they must have a lower rest mass than photons, , ,
Massless particles do not behave like matter, as with protons and neutrons, and are immune to the higgs field
I think you are wrong, the laws of physics must hold true in all reference frames
[Einstein] used galileo's Principle Of Relativity to prove
that all observers would see their image as normal
proving C is constant
and formulating most if not all of his work on the STR on this one idea
I agree that close enough to a black hole, one would not be able to see one's self in a mirror.-
if my image disappeard in the mirror, i would'nt have to look outside my ship to know im moving at C, which would violate glalileo's principle
Galileo's Principle of Relativity = All steady motion is relative, and cannot be detected, without reference to an ouside point
No. what you are doing is misinterpreting Relativity. Time dilation only effects how we would measure the tick rate for a moving clock, not how fast we would measure it as moving relative to ourselves.
If photons don't behave like matter in the sense of having a reduced 'apparent speed', then light would not apparently slow near a black hole as observed from a distance, but it does, just like the matter there. You're the one that brought up behavior in a deep gravity well as observed from well outside it.
If there are two different times, you can insert them into S=D\T to give two different speeds
Hi halc, , ,I don't know
I just started a new thread, and did that precisely because I don't know the answer. I'm trying to learn.
Me too , ,.Cooooooor, , , that janus is a tough cookie to crack, , ,go up 5 posts
Ok janus, I get it, , , ha ha, your saying my program is wrong, and in doing so, that Einstein is wrong
one minute you say 1.5, now you say 3, make your mind up, , , I said it would be 3
for a time dilation factor of 2, it is closer to 86.6%
Janus said = As measured by the Earth, the Earth-Moon distance is 384,000 km, and at ~87%, this takes ~ 1.5 sec per leg or ~3 sec per round trip.look what janus is saying, As measured by the Earth, If it took 3 seconds there would be no time\speed dilation for the earth observer. so he is talking nonsense - QED