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Chris Ellsworth
09-17-2012, 04:47 PM
Sun . . ( O ) . . . . . . . ...[]?

0=Earth time
()=Orbit time
.=Solar System time
[]=Deadspace time
?=Unknown time

Rate light travels = well u should know this

What you don't know?:eek:

Just like the earth has timezones, space has time ratios. So light total time to destination varies when you add up the zones.

:D

Chris Ellsworth
09-19-2012, 09:02 AM
hmm i thought i would of got more of response to saying light can travel faster then light

Telling people oh the clock doesnt move if your traveling away at the speed of light
wtf is that
What if your flying circles around the clock does it not move?

Richard Amiel McGough
09-19-2012, 09:11 AM
Speed of Light small flaw

Sun . . ( O ) . . . . . . . ...[]?

0=Earth time
()=Orbit time
.=Solar System time
[]=Deadspace time
?=Unknown time

Rate light travels = well u should know this

What you don't know?:eek:

Just like the earth has timezones, space has time ratios. So light total time to destination varies when you add up the zones.

:D



hmm i thought i would of got more of response to saying light can travel faster then light

Hey there Chris,

I didn't respond because I didn't understand your comment and you didn't put in the effort to make it understandable.

You listed a bunch of different "times" like "solar time" and "deadspace time" but I have no idea what you mean. When you introduce new terms that no one has ever seen before, it is your responsibility to define them or they won't have any meaning and there's no way for anyone to comment intelligently.

All the best,

Richard

Chris Ellsworth
09-19-2012, 09:33 AM
Dead space you could think of like dark matter, how do you think time reacts in dark matter? Everything suppose to have its opposite.

Richard Amiel McGough
09-19-2012, 09:54 AM
Dead space you could think of like dark matter, how do you think time reacts in dark matter?

And how was I supposed to know that your term "dead space" was a reference to dark matter?

“If you wish to converse with me, define your terms”. ~ Voltaire.

Chris Ellsworth
09-20-2012, 08:43 PM
gravity(time)speed = yin\yang :pop2:

Richard Amiel McGough
09-20-2012, 09:08 PM
gravity(time)speed = yin\yang :pop2:

I have no idea what that means. If you want to share ideas, it would help if you expressed them in a few clear sentences.

Chris Ellsworth
09-20-2012, 10:21 PM
Its hard to start a new theory based on yin yang but as I see it, everything based on a ration even time. So to balance both you would just need to base it off pi(13). That's why I started the discussion in a physics forum, I want someone to prove me wrong. I guess the only way to do that, would be to measure light in 4 places: next to the pyramid of Giza, space, earth, and the moon. Maybe bouncing back from the moon and earth from the lowest and highest elevations. If there all exactly the same I'm wrong, but every physicist will tell you that time goes slower in a gravity well*some term i got from physics for dummies book.

Richard Amiel McGough
09-21-2012, 10:20 AM
Its hard to start a new theory based on yin yang but as I see it, everything based on a ration even time. So to balance both you would just need to base it off pi(13). That's why I started the discussion in a physics forum, I want someone to prove me wrong. I guess the only way to do that, would be to measure light in 4 places: next to the pyramid of Giza, space, earth, and the moon. Maybe bouncing back from the moon and earth from the lowest and highest elevations. If there all exactly the same I'm wrong, but every physicist will tell you that time goes slower in a gravity well*some term i got from physics for dummies book.
Hey there Chris,

If you want someone to "prove you wrong" you will need to say something sufficiently clear or there's nothing to prove either way.

I think physics is already based on "yin/yang." It's just a matter of applying the idea. For example, consider a battery. It has two poles, neg/pos = yin/yang. You could apply this idea in many other areas.

I don't know what you mean by "everything based on ration even time." That's not a well-form idea.

And I don't know what you mean by "you would just need to base it off pi(13)." What does pi have to do with it, and why did you put the number 13 in parenthesis?

It is true that time is slower in a gravity well, but that has nothing to do with the speed of light.

So what are you getting at? Why are you interested in the speed of light?

All the best,

Richard

Chris Ellsworth
09-21-2012, 11:15 AM
Yeah everything yin/yang er pi.

http://img.techpowerup.org/111005/Yin%20Yang%20crop%20circle.jpg

Take that symbol copy it and lay it over itself reversed, you'll get the infinity symbol :)

Though when I look up at theSun, I don't see a fusion reaction. I see a nuclear reaction:) in a gravity well. So when i look up at the sun I in-vision an explosion through time and space. I imagine its the perfect balance ;)

The number 13 and Pi:

http://img.techpowerup.org/120327/092_12.jpg
Really this ^___ is the ultimate wheel of pi, not just the bible :)

Sorry i drew some lines to help out, but basically all pi is 4 parts of 13. If you ever look at an authentic Mesoamerican calander its what you see above.



http://img.techpowerup.org/120314/cropcircle1.jpg

So if my theory correct and you view the above pic as time instead of pi. The sun would be in the middle and time spirals outwards. Considering each planet has different factors, i bet time passes differently.

http://img.techpowerup.org/120314/bastard.jpg


Sorry not that great at explaining things, more of a thinker then anything else. I guess I'm trying to say that the faster you travel out into that your speed is compounded (doubled) exponentially and can be manipulated by many factors. So light top speed when leaving this galaxy is unknown, and cannot be measured in definite terms.

Richard Amiel McGough
09-21-2012, 01:39 PM
Yeah everything yin/yang er pi.

http://img.techpowerup.org/111005/Yin%20Yang%20crop%20circle.jpg

Take that symbol copy it and lay it over itself reversed, you'll get the infinity symbol :)

Yeah, but so what? The infinity symbol is just a figure 8 - it is not itself an image of what infinity "looks like."



Though when I look up at theSun, I don't see a fusion reaction. I see a nuclear reaction:) in a gravity well. So when i look up at the sun I in-vision an explosion through time and space. I imagine its the perfect balance ;)

A fusion reaction is a nuclear reaction. Your comment doesn't make sense to me.




The number 13 and Pi:


Really this ^___ is the ultimate wheel of pi, not just the bible :)

Sorry i drew some lines to help out, but basically all pi is 4 parts of 13. If you ever look at an authentic Mesoamerican calander its what you see above.

What is that image of? It has 52 = 4 x 13 spokes. What does it mean? Do you have any info about it?

Why do you say that pi is "4 parts of 13"? I understand that 13/4 = 3.25, but that's not very close to pi. It only gets the first digit right! And we could draw a circle with any number of spokes so I don't see how it is relevant.





http://img.techpowerup.org/120314/cropcircle1.jpg

So if my theory correct and you view the above pic as time instead of pi. The sun would be in the middle and time spirals outwards. Considering each planet has different factors, i bet time passes differently.

That's a very cool crop circle. It encodes ten digits of pi.

You seem to be confusing your concepts of space and time. If the sun is "in the middle" then the outward spirals would be space, not time.




http://img.techpowerup.org/120314/bastard.jpg


Sorry not that great at explaining things, more of a thinker then anything else. I guess I'm trying to say that the faster you travel out into that your speed is compounded (doubled) exponentially and can be manipulated by many factors. So light top speed when leaving this galaxy is unknown, and cannot be measured in definite terms.

You would do well to try to explain things better at least to yourself since that is required for clear thought.

Why did you post the pic? I did a little Googling abouts and found out (http://www.dsloan.com/Auctions/A23/item-boturini-idea_de_una_nueva-1746.html) that it is a "portrait of Boturini at table on which is a manuscript depicting Veytia Calendar Wheel No. 4; he is holding an image of the Virgin of Guadalupe, decorative elements and coat of arms in image. 4to (20.5 x 15 cm), mid-nineteenth-century full crimson morocco extra gilt, spine gilt with raised bands, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers." It's in his book called "Idea de una nueva historia general de la America Septentrional. Fundada sobre material copioso de figuras, symbolos, caractères, y geroglificos, cantares, y manuscritos de autores indios, ultimamente descubiertos. Dedicala al Rey Ntro. Señor en su Real, y Supremo Consejo de las Indias el Cavallero Lorenzo Boturini Benaduci, Señor de la Torre, y de Hono." Google translated this for me as "Idea of a new general history of North America. Founded on material copious figures, symbolos, characters, and hieroglyphics, songs, and manuscripts of Indian writers, lately discovered. Dedicala Ntro King. Lord in his Royal and Supreme Council of the Indies Cavallero Lorenzo Boturini Benaduci, Senor de la Torre, and Hono. Licensed. eques aurentius Boturini."

I take it you liked the circular calendar. I wonder if that is a calendar used by Native Americans? I'll have to Google more.

Chris Ellsworth
09-22-2012, 04:35 PM
Sorry don't know how else to explain it?

http://img.techpowerup.org/120922/540px-State_emblem_of_Mongolia.svg.png

Think of yin/yang like a flying horse maybe?

I don't know:confused:

Chris Ellsworth
10-27-2012, 03:38 AM
Come in science do you know the eye of Jesus?

https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/580765_486428441379344_188135889_n.jpg