I read this and I'm not sure if this is the right place to post. If it isn't then I appologise.
An object in space accelerates to 2/5 th the speed of light and then stops accelerating travelling at a steady pace. If it doid this 3 times it would travel 1.2c.
Now, if something cannot go...
Thank's to the help I've received here I've created rules to turn the polar coordinates into cartesian coordinates but, say I had the coordinates for the galactic centre for Andromeda and the Milky Way and I also had coordinates for certain stars. I want to put a limit on my database that not...
I'm doing a bit of research about the positioning of the galaxies (the local group in particular) and I was wondering if there were any lists available where the cartisian coordinates were already calculated as apposed to translating them from the polar coordinate vectors.
Right, third time lucky.
Here's something I wrote for a friend of mine after we had a discussion about perception.
I wonder if any of you chaps would care to have a read of it (primarely the theory within the first third of the document) and make free with your comments
I'm trying to attach a word document but it just doesn't want to happen.
I've put it into the P drive, then O Drive and then finally the C Drive and still no joy. Do I need permission or something :frown:
Hi following a link on another thread I began to read On The Electrodynamics Of Moving Bodies
but I end up with a minus instead of a plus between the two fractions(in the last equation).
I've gone through my calculations but I cannot see where I've gone wrong...
I been reading my way through your forum and thought I'd join in for a while :smile:
Just a bit of background:
I love maths and physics. Although I'm not the smartest guy in town I like to think I can hold my own when it comes to the theoretical side of things. Most people I know...