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 oriel36 Posts: 96 Registered: 7/21/08
Re: Simple question about speed of force.
Posted: Jun 3, 2011 6:23 PM

On Jun 3, 11:43 pm, Sam Wormley <sworml...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > Suit yourselves,my  business has been to restore intellectual
> > integrity as opposed to trying to convince people that the temperature
> > legend at any given location shows a huge temperature differential due
> > to the daily rotation of the Earth with 1461 rotations in tandem with
> > the same number of rises and falls in temperature for a 4 year orbital
> > period.If there are readers good enough to separate daily and orbital
> > motions and untangle it from the awful attempt to make these motions
> > fit into right ascension,they can understand how the separate orbital
> > motion drifts through Mar 1st in non-leap years until a Feb 29th
> > rotation intervenes to bring the correspondence of daily and orbital
> > motions nearly back in sync where the correspondence is 365 1/4
> > rotations per circuit.

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> > I see you all detest each other and what Isaac did and Albert didn't
> > do but ultimately none of you can interpret the dynamic behind the
> > temperature legend  and it ain't going to happen if you believe that
> > there are 366 1/4 rotations in an orbital circuit.

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> >http://news.bbc.co.uk/weather/forecast/100?
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> > What can be said of all the other empiricists who believe what you do
> > and can't reason your way back to the intellectual integrity which
> > references the number of daily rotations to an orbital circuit.I'm
> > sure you think it is trivia but it is not,the basic correspondence
> > between daily and orbital cycles must be understood in context of Feb
> > 29th as both a 24 hour rotation causing the temperature rise and fall
> > and the 1461 st rotation completing almost 4 orbital circuits.

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> > An astronomer worthy of the name,even the photographers,wouldn't need
> > this explained more than once hence the dismal situation where nobody
> > affirms a fact that almost is a litmus test for basic intelligence.

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> See:http://dilbert.com/strips/comic/2011-06-03/

You can't talk your way out of the explanation for Feb 29th and why
the extra rotation is needed to keep the two major motions of the
Earth in sync using the correspondence between 1461 rotations and 4
orbital circuits which reduces to the inviolate proportion of no more
than a full 365 rotations in any orbital circuit.

The entire topic is both vast and minute,the details both great and
broad and I have condescended to nobody at a juncture which proves and
proved fateful in the human involvement of science and I have taken
the silence which surrounds the definitive arguments for referencing
daily rotation,not just as an independent motion but more importantly
in conjunction with the orbital circuit of the Earth.It is not an
exercise in self-congratulation but a freeing up of information
regardless if you choose to remain stuck with historical characters
who simply got it wrong,lunged at conclusions without thought of
physical considerations or left us with a speculative heritage which
is either going nowhere or amounts to fear mongering.

Ahead lies the great modifications based on a closer and more accurate
link between planetary dynamics and terrestrial sciences and it all
begins with the simple affirmation that one 24 hour rotation equates
to a day night cycle in context of the calendar cycle and from there
back into raw planetary dynamics.It is time to let the guys of the
late 17th century go and go our own way in these matters,not by
personal attacks or trying to set yourselves apart by some desperate
act to sound different but by adding details where none exist at
present,something I engage in whether readers know it or not.

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