it is about amplifying the tiny natural pulses of an electromagnet, a feature not commonly known about, unless you look very hard on the internet
Yo, i think going the speed of light is possible, but it may be easier to complete in space. Where their is no stress. has anyone though about how much radiation is in space?
moose said:it is about amplifying the tiny natural pulses of an electromagnet, a feature not commonly known about, unless you look very hard on the internet
c = speed of light = 3*10^cm/s; 186,000 mps; 300,000 k/s
although relativity has pointed out that the rate of perceived time passage can vary depending on other factors like mass and kinetic energy (due to velocity, etc.) time still moves forward ... our physicists' definition of time being able to change scales just means the speed of how fast things happen can vary in certain conditions.
light speed is slow for space travel. i don't think its veasable to become your grandfather at 186000m/ps
Only possible way to go back in time by speed is going faster than light. but then you will only be in the past away from earth... You can't be in the past ON earth.
Sorry that's just absolutely hilarious.cronxeh said:I loved the years of my stupidity.. ahh the good old HS Physics class
cronxeh: "Well, naturally, m=F/a, E=(Fc^2)/a.. where is my Nobel prize?!"
yomamma said::rofl: :rofl:
let's look at how stupid this is. schmidt1989, i am assuming was born in 1989. meaning that he is half-way through high school. I was bor in 1992. I am in 8th grade. schmidt thinks that travleing at the speed of light will make you become your grandfather. I understand the *real* concepts of relativity, and the *real* grandfather paradox. this puts schmidt at a:
6th grade level.
yomamma said:let's look at how stupid this is. schmidt1989, i am assuming was born in 1989. meaning that he is half-way through high school. I was bor in 1992. I am in 8th grade. schmidt thinks that travleing at the speed of light will make you become your grandfather. I understand the *real* concepts of relativity, and the *real* grandfather paradox. this puts schmidt at a:
6th grade level.
oh, I'm going to die laughing! :rofl:Moonbear said:OMG! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: This sounds like something out of a JayWalking episode on the Tonight Show. :rofl:
:rofl: Someone should stop them before they hurt themselves, but I can't stop laughing long enough.
moose said:I wonder why they think that Earth has gravity, but moon somehow doesnt?
(1) Space travel is not easy and the risk of death is always present. For example Apollo-1, Apollo 13, and Challenger. I'm sure there are a few more shuttle failures to mention here. Space travel is tough. Thats why rocket scientists have to be so smart.
(2) Satellites are launched by all nations. The Russians were the first to do it.
http://img332.imageshack.us/img332/2208/google1pd.jpg [Broken](3) Why has America or any other Country attempted to go to the Moon since 1969, if it was so important then, why is it no longer important ?
yomamma said:it says in his profile that 'he hearts astronamy'. I wonder how much time he spent researching instead of looking at pictures of planets
his sig was also wrongly quoted from carl sagan's 'contact'
cronxeh said:wait wait wait.. before you go on knocking astrology, let me check my horoscope
Evo said:What's worse is that some "members" here (although not for long) have actually posted links to www.abovetopsecret.com to validate their whacky claims. As if the fact that their screwball information is posted somewhere on the internet makes it valid.
Your jumping to conclusions as well, we have had one major disaster, that was Columbia, if Discovery is found to have any crippling problems, the Russians are always there to help if it gets ugly.
it is incredible that these people (or at least seem to) know how to work their computers.You shall find idiotic people on a website that need to be locked up and taught basic everything
Some people on ats have the title "intellectual genius"
Wait, wait, wait! Someone actually had a proper answer to that one!Pengwuino said:
It is well know that there are certain events in physics that are reversible, and those that are irreversible.
For example, the birth of a baby is irreversible. How could you possibly unbirth it?
Not doubting you but could you give us a few examples.
Please don't use communications as an example.
I personally think the money wasted in NASA could be much better used to impact the lives of many daily.
i doubt its a hoax the moon landing and stuff, as for the shuttle it is OLD and I am sure they are due for retirement? don't USA have some new spacecraft that can be used like planes but can carry double the pay load the shuttle could and they use a new type of engine?
And most of these items could have been invented without spending BILLIONS to launch a craft into space.
Uhh Solar Panels they wouldn't be nearly as efficient as they are now without NASA involvement. And there ain't no such thing as a free lunch(= No such thing as "free energy")
Moonbear said:Wait, wait, wait! Someone actually had a proper answer to that one!
yomamma said:it is incredible that these people (or at least seem to) know how to work their computers.
obviously, the admins who give out that title do not deserve it themselves
The shuttle launch pads are practically in my back yard, and while its sad to lose the crew, and yes there has been more than one crew lost, we get the added pleasure of possible radioactive fallout.