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The time dilation, entropy and temperature of the foggoid

  1. Dec 30, 2003 #1
    1 The time dilation of the foggoid is caused by the disorder of motion of the foggoid particles. Therefore for the foggoid, there should be
    b*s = (1 - tB / tA) , (1)
    where tB is the rate of time of the foggoid, tA is the rate of time of the observer out of the foggoid, s is the entropy, caused by antigravitation, of one mole of the foggoid particles, b is the coefficient, and b can be measured through the experiments.

    The relation between the entropy S and the temperature T can usually be found in a thermal physics textbook, in the chapter on the second law of thermodynamics.

    2 It can be known from an experiment in ESP[1] that, when tB / tA = 1.5 minutes / 9 minutes, that is, when
    tB / tA = 1 / 6 , (2)
    the foggoid is the non-present-time foggoid, and hence it cannot be seen. When tB / tA = 1 / 6 , the red shift z = 5 .

    Suppose a quasar which can be seen joins a galaxy; the red shift of the quasar is z1 , and the red shift of the galaxy is z2 . It can be predicted that
    z1 < z2 + 5 . (3)

    3 In the non-present spacetime, the non-foggoid has a large value of uncertainty in the time, but when it has a small mass and a low speed, it has not the time dilation.

    For more information, please see the Antigravitation Engine Site (http://xczhx.nease.net/indexEnglish.htm)

    [1] Lin Shuhuang, Liu Huiyi, Experiments and researches in ESP, (Chinese edition),1st ed., China Radio International Press, November, 1997, Beijing. p. 23.
     
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2004
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