You're assuming that the force is gradually decreasing. Thats not how it works. according to Newton, an object in motion stays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest unless acted upon by an outside force. A single push on a box on a frictionless surface, keeps it going infinitely. The...
Why are you putting poor data/incorrect calculations with your theories? It doesn't usually make people want to believe the things you have to say if your calculations are incorrect. They assume you don't know what you're doing and you're not worth the time, and the effort. I didn't bother...
It usually helps when you explain what all the variables in your equation represent. Technically, (if I'm reading this right) you're saying sort of the equivalent to W=2(Fd). Work can't equal Fd along with some extra variables. If you're going to make a new interpretation of how work changes...
You can't revolutionize physics with that idea. It's called work...
W=Fd
Work = Force applied * Distance over which the force was applied.
This is not a new idea. The amount of work done to an object is the amount of energy one adds to the object to make it move a certain distance...
It makes sense to me that if space-time is considered to be 4d and our 'space' consists of the first 3, then the remainder, the time value, is the 4th.
Thanks Captain Obvious!
Measurement usually implies a dimension of one form or another, and it's a well known fact that time is a dimension, or measurement.
If we look at that metaphysically, does his theorem imply that if two objects make a connection, or interact in some way, they can keep that connection going at a great distance? What I mean is, does Bell's theorem imply ESP and telepathy between individuals is feasible? Or is my interpretation...
I don't think you understand Newton's laws of motion. The best way to describe this is with a free body diagram.
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Fapp---->Object<----Fopp
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(please excuse the underscores, the formatting of the forum...
I had a thought earlier today that if the 4th dimension is supposedly time, and gravity is the same as a constant acceleration in the 4th dimension, then perhaps time is the constant acceleration that is gravity
Zukav wrote something about how if you extend the mathematics a bit, and extrapolate on the ideas posed by Bell's theorem, it shows that the particles are communicating with other particles, and they know what the spin of its partner is. The example given is the experiment where there are two...
I'm either restating a well known property of general relativity, or really on to something, but I had a thought that if gravity is a constant acceleration in the 4th dimension, and time is considered to be the 4th dimension, could time in some way be considered the push that we believe to be...
Thanks!
The other thing I was unsure about was that Bell's theorem supposedly proved somewhat that superluminal communication was possible at not only a microscopic but also a macroscopic level. Maybe I'm misinterpreting what Zukav was saying, but if someone could either confirm this...
I recently read about Bell's theorem in the book 'The Dancing Wu Li Masters' by Gary Zukav, and was fairly intrigued by its implications. Can anyone tell me of what the theorem actually consists? Zukav never actually put the mathematics forward, but I wanted to see if anyone could tell me what...
no need to attack agravity. he's not a moron. i'll be he understands what he's talking about better than any of us. it's just that it's non-croatians he's trying to explain it to, and i think he's good for trying.
agravity, you missed the main point what FZ+ was saying about angular motion in your quote. The only force keeping the astronauts in orbit is gravity. If the gravitational pull of the Earth just suddenly stopped having an effect (god only knows why) the astronauts would fly off into space in a...