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Topic: What is Relativity?
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jdawe

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Re: What is Relativity?
Posted: Dec 3, 2012 5:22 PM
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On Dec 4, 9:15 am, "Dirk Van de moortel"
<dirkvandemoor...@hotspam.not> wrote:
> jdawe <mrjd...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Dec 4, 8:27 am, Kevin <barry196...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> Relativity says that length is equal to time and omega times time
> >> makes time inseparable from frequency... I know everything about
> >> clocks... It is easy enough to understand that passing the test leads
> >> to an impetulant response from the experts... Which only goes to
> >> prove that I know everything about clocks.

>
> The minimum age for posting on Usenet should be set to 10 years.
>
>
>

> > If Relativity says length is equal to time then if we remove time we
> > would have 0 length. In that case, we would no longer have Relativity
> > instead we would be left with Absolutivity.

>
> Um -- the minimum age for posting on Usenet should be set to 6 years.
>
> Dirk Vdm


In particular thing you disagree with, Dirk?




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